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Overcoming Selfishness

Started this discussion. Last reply by terry sperling Sep 30, 2014. 3 Replies

As years go by, I find that I am becoming more and more selfish. I don't care to listen to what others have to say to me and tend to let my mind wander. I always seem to be concerned more about my…Continue

Halloween Party Ideas

Started this discussion. Last reply by N. Vest Oct 20, 2013. 3 Replies

My wife and I want to have a small party in our apartment for halloween this year. We will make finger foods, decorate, and play some games.Anyone have good ideas for the foods and activities? It…Continue

My AoM Hiatus

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael D. Denny Dec 15, 2013. 6 Replies

Been away from the site for about a year now. I think it was mostly because there wasn't as much activity as I would have liked, but it seems to be bustling now. Anyways, it has probably been the…Continue

Gray Suits

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ari White Jan 13, 2014. 22 Replies

GQ's creative director described the two-button, gray suit as "man's version of the little black dress". Perfect for just about any occasion, be it more swanky or laid back. It is the most versatile…Continue

 

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Mike S. replied to Matthew R's discussion Does anyone have advice for my first 5K?
"a regular athletic watch like a timex is fine for keeping pace. id break your pace up into roughly mile increments. as for etiquette, keep to the outside if faster runners are behind you. other than that... have fu!"
12 hours ago
Mike S. replied to Joshua's discussion Democratic presidential nomination in the group The Great Debate
"Still hoping for a good candidate from either party. So far, I'm not impressed. "
Thursday
Mike S. replied to Carl Monster's discussion "When you gonna stop doin' that?"
"Mark Rippetoe would tell you that those who say not to do them after 40 are a bunch of pussies. "
Jul 28
Mike S. replied to Oakland's discussion Manly Hand Lotions
"That one was half a joke. I'm not a big fan of my hands smelling like tobacco, musk, and motor oil. It is interesting though.  Here is what I actually  use. It only takes a little and is fragrance free. Rub it in well and the…"
Jul 28
Mike S. replied to Zachary Lofton's discussion Shaving in the military
"Well, since the thread was necroed... how did OCS go? "
Jul 28
Mike S. replied to Oakland's discussion Manly Hand Lotions
Jul 28
Mike S. replied to Pale Horse's discussion After Chattanooga in the group The Great Debate
"Yep. Also, shit like this happens all the time. I had a first sergeant who couldn't handle a damn M9 and almost shot herself in the foot at a range. I had to take her weapon from her. It was embarrassing. I've also seen many people pop…"
Jul 21
Mike S. replied to Braeden the Desert Fox's discussion Things from Which you Derive Fun
"I derive fun from derivative jokes! "
Jul 13
Mike S. replied to QuackXP's discussion 45 Minute Full Body Workouts
"http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/spartacus Love the Spartacus workout from men's health. Anytime I am at a loss for what workout to do, I revert back to this. "
Jul 11
Mike S. replied to Mongoose's discussion Are We Almost Post-Racism? in the group The Great Debate
"There are uncensored versions floating around that actually curse and use slurs which are arguably better as well. "
Jul 11
Mike S. replied to Mongoose's discussion Are We Almost Post-Racism? in the group The Great Debate
Jul 11
Mike S. replied to Jay D's discussion I need some career advice
"I work around sixty hours a week, often more, and have a ten month old child. I manage to take two college courses at a time online when I get home every night."
Jul 11
Mike S. replied to Christopher Chmiel's discussion Intimidation by other men
"I use it as inspiration and motivation to improve myself further. "
Jul 6
Mike S. replied to Mike Hotchkiss's discussion Recent college grad, and just accepted my first job offer. Would like to treat myself by buying a watch. But which one?
"Invicta has some really cool looking watches. I got one for my brother in law for christmas last year. He wears it a lot."
Jul 6
Mike S. replied to Mike Hotchkiss's discussion Recent college grad, and just accepted my first job offer. Would like to treat myself by buying a watch. But which one?
"I'm a few days late on this, but fossil has some good looking watches in your price range. Though they are known for having wonky looking watches, they do have very nice looking watches that are a more classic and dressy style. "
Jul 6
Mike S. replied to Cthulhu's Revenge's discussion Barbecues - Tips?
"Smokingmeatforums.com has always been my resource. Never steered me wrong."
Jul 2

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Warhammer 40k is my not so guilty pleasure.
Music
I have many music interests that include just about everything.
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God is an ever receding pocket of scientific ignorance.

-Neil DeGrasse Tyson

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