Miles R.
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Do you still make friends?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Oddball Nov 20, 2012. 40 Replies

An article in today's New York Times (July 15, 2012, "Sunday Styles" section) caught my attention: "…Continue

The Manslater

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Michael Jan 8, 2012. 21 Replies

Here's the product every man needs! Continue

New book: "Manning Up: How the Rise of Women Has Turned Men into Boys"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Monster Mar 1, 2011. 34 Replies

A book has just been published (today) that may be of interest to frequenters of this site: Kay Hymowitz, Manning Up: How the Rise of Women Has Turned Men into Boys (…Continue

Depressing effects of Northeast winter on dress?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Len L Feb 7, 2011. 11 Replies

If you live in the Northeast of the US or in some other part of North America that has been hammered by snowstorms this winter, have the conditions worn down your standards of dress? An article under…Continue

 

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Oddball replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"I got plenty of friends. They go by the names of Jack (Daniels), Paddy (Power), Jim (Beam), Basil (Hayden), Glen (Grant), Johnnie (Walker), and Samuel Adams. Best friends a man can have!"
Nov 20, 2012
Johnny replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"I've been wanting to make some new freinds and my circle of friends I realized at some point are more acquintances than friends. I called up a "buddy" recently and asked him to pick me up from the mechanic had to drop my car off. He…"
Sep 21, 2012
Michael D. Denny replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"I'll take that to mean "no". "
Aug 23, 2012
Dennis D replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Don't really knock making friends out of the park, do ya? Go get 'em tiger!"
Aug 21, 2012
Michael D. Denny replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Don't really knock the reading comprehension skills out of the park, do ya?"
Aug 21, 2012
Dennis D replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"So, these people befriend you because it is "required"? Ahh, roger that. Charge forward!"
Aug 19, 2012
Michael D. Denny replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Do I? Yea, all the time. My assorted professions,as well as my active participation in church and my Masonic Lodge kind of require it. "
Aug 19, 2012
Clint Connolly replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Hey Elliot, Yeah, ditto on all you said here.  That part about not controlling discussions is very convicting for me.  Listening is a critical art and valuing the other person rather than making them a reflection of yourself. "
Aug 19, 2012
Dennis D replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"No, I don't make REAL friends, no one I would ever count on in an emergency or "Crisis" as it were. I'm mid 40s, I meet plenty of acquaintances, but no actual friends, those fellows I encounter now are too superficial. Also,…"
Aug 19, 2012
Elliott Jason Ridgway replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Clint, you just described how I used to be until a few years ago... and am in the process of keeping the positive qualities of the "visionary" while junking the aspects that was unconsciously alienating myself from others...  I used…"
Aug 18, 2012
Clint Connolly replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Hello R., So you've always felt like an outsider?  Sounds like you have no control over the situation."
Aug 17, 2012
Davis replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Clint, I know that in our men's group at church the men are ages 20 to 82. There is a lot of mentoring of younger and older guys just through the discussions we have. There is no apology that we study the scriptures as the basis for our…"
Aug 17, 2012
Clint Connolly replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Hey Davis, Well said.  I think this is a problem that is getting worse.  The breakdown of the family is a clear cause of these things and as such it is rapidly getting worse since the 60s. Men can't learn socialization when they…"
Aug 17, 2012
Clint Connolly replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Hey R., I've given this some thought over the past couple of days.  And I wish I hadn't said any of the rest of what I said.  It clouds the issue.  And if I'm going to bother to say something let me say it…"
Aug 17, 2012
Clint Connolly replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Hey man, I'm not trying to say you're an elitist snob.  I'm talking about the path that folks are on, even if they stay at the most healthy first part of a path.  People always misunderstand - thanks at least for not…"
Aug 16, 2012
Clint Connolly replied to Miles R.'s discussion Do you still make friends?
"Also, realize that the essence of your tone is that you are authentic and everyone else is not.  You are the ubermensch and the rest of us those who are asleep. Know what I mean?  Who wants to be friends with an elitist snob except…"
Aug 16, 2012

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Philosophy, critical thinking, religion, Judaism, classical music, opera, European languages, English literature, phonetics, logic, probability theory, hats, fountain pens, keeping fit
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Favorite authors of fiction: Kingsley Amis, Jane Austen, Michael Chabon, Robertson Davies, George Eliot, Henry James, James Joyce, Vladimir Nabokov, Anthony Powell, Anthony Trollope, Mark Twain, Evelyn Waugh, Oscar Wilde. Authors of travel narratives: Bill Bryson, Robert Byron, Jonathan Raban, Paul Theroux, Mark Twain, Evelyn Waugh. Philosophy: R. G. Collingwood, William James, Ludwig Wittgenstein. (The philosopher whose writings I have studied most extensively and intensively is Kant, but that has nothing to do with liking them.)

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At 6:51pm on August 17, 2012, Rockeman said…

I look forward to speaking.  :)

At 9:18pm on January 2, 2012, Milo Morris said…

NO WAY!!!!!

How you doin', man?? I'm doing well. My man's mom passed away a couple years ago, and now he and I are living at his family's home up in the hills near Bethlehem, PA. I can practically hear the banjos.

Things have gotten pretty bad at the Philadelphia Orchestra. They're still investigating bankruptcy. So I have only 1 choral contract with the Philly Singers this season. So I took a job as section leader with the Bucks County Choral Society this season. Its not an AGMA gig, but there are 5 concerts per season, and money I can count on.

I had been working for Cunningham Piano Company from 2008-November 2011. I was brought on board to create their institutional business: churches, schools, colleges, theatres, etc. It was going really well until 2011 when the market went south. So we agreed that it just wasn't worth effort any more. I'l be collecting for a while I look for something local here in Bucks or Lehigh county.

I've been here at AoM for a few years, but haven't been very active until about a year ago. Interesting place. NFCS just died after classicalvoices opened up, and they're not even very active. Kinda sad.

Anyway, its great bumping into you here. Have a great New Year, and don't be a stranger.

 
 
 

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Carl Monster replied to Alan Robertson's discussion Getting Back into the habit of exercising. Any tips for getting back into the groove? (MUCH BETTER TITLE)
"I didn't say it was going to be easy.  Took me years to find out what I truly liked. Sounds like you are on the right track, just be patient."
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Rick Shelton replied to Alan Robertson's discussion Getting Back into the habit of exercising. Any tips for getting back into the groove? (MUCH BETTER TITLE)
"I think a lot of middle aged guys can't seem to find the time to do what they find enjoyable wrt exercise.  Often I feel like I don't have a minute to spare with everything I do with work, repairs on car, repairs on house, yard…"
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Carl Monster replied to Alan Robertson's discussion Getting Back into the habit of exercising. Any tips for getting back into the groove? (MUCH BETTER TITLE)
"You are too kind. "
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Leto Atreides II commented on Josh Allen's photo
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"I'm saying that because your upper body is leaning back and to your right as if you've recoiled in fear from something in front of you. Not a powerful position. I'm not sure you really want to try to equate power with your size.…"
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Alan Robertson replied to Alan Robertson's discussion Getting Back into the habit of exercising. Any tips for getting back into the groove? (MUCH BETTER TITLE)
"I can certainly appreciate the advice that says "Find something you enjoy doing" but that isn't always as easy as it sounds.  Sometimes there are barriers to beginning new hobbies. Sometimes that is a financial threshold to be…"
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Rick Shelton commented on Josh Allen's photo
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"That's not 'edge', that's just your crazy showing."
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Carl Monster replied to Alan Robertson's discussion Getting Back into the habit of exercising. Any tips for getting back into the groove? (MUCH BETTER TITLE)
"Don't remind me in the middle of my happy de-load week, please! lol"
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Josh Allen commented on Josh Allen's photo
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"No,the reason your saying that John is because you can't tell how powerful I am in terms of size since there is nothing and no one to compare it to in the photo, my posture is perfect and I walk elegantly. I'm about 6'3 and very…"
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