Milo Morris
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Milo Morris's Discussions

The shocking pain of American men

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son Nov 3, 2016. 75 Replies

A Matter of Black Lives

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son Jul 17, 2016. 3 Replies

ManMade Mentoring

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wynne Apr 20, 2016. 3 Replies


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Milo Morris commented on Tookie's group Christian Men
"Hey Todd. Welcome."
Feb 5
Milo Morris replied to blackjack's discussion hello everyone
Jan 17
Milo Morris commented on Chip's photo

Christmas 2016

"...And where were you for Christmas?"
Jan 17
Milo Morris added a discussion to the group Christian Men

New American Bible Society Project

I found this in the Philadelphia Business Journal today. The American Bible Society is going to spend $60 million to build the Faith & Liberty Discovery Center in Philly's historic district. It will be just a couple of blocks from the Liberty Bell, and Independence Hall.…See More
Jan 11
Milo Morris replied to Shmueley's discussion Men & Disability
"My partner had to stop working and go on disability in 2010. He is slowly losing a number of his faculties. The way he puts it, when a man is young, his body is his tool-kit. He uses it to get stuff done. When we get old, its as if the body is…"
Jan 11
Milo Morris replied to Shmueley's discussion Men & Disability
"^^^This. You have to figure out what it means to be a man in YOUR situation."
Jan 11
Milo Morris replied to Pale Horse's discussion What's the Deal With AoM?
"Thanks. I'll check it out."
Jan 5
Milo Morris replied to Pale Horse's discussion What's the Deal With AoM?
"When I first joined, I was immediately overwhelmed by the number of sub-groups here. I joined a handful of them, but they were mostly already inactive. I turned notifications on for a couple of the groups so that I wouldn't need to navigate to…"
Jan 5
Milo Morris replied to Southern Gent's discussion My Introduction
"Welcome to AoM."
Jan 4
Milo Morris replied to certified male's discussion Dumpster diving for food.
"I'm glad to hear that you have found a way to manage your diabetes without getting the pharmaceutical industry involved. I have found my own dietary solution to managing my diabetes, and have successfully dropped my A1C levels by 2 whole…"
Dec 27, 2016
Milo Morris replied to Native Son's discussion Merry Christmas! ... in the group Christian Men
"2016 was one of the best years I have ever had, and that includes Christmas. God is just so good!!!I hope you and everyone else here at AoM and around the world can find joy.Merry Christmas, brother."
Dec 27, 2016
Milo Morris replied to Mongoose's discussion Concepts of Beauty Across Sexual Orientations
"When I working as a model, got to learn quite a bit about how agents assess beauty professionally. There's body, and then there's face. Body has to do with fitness, height/weight proportions, and there are some numerical ranges that are…"
Dec 23, 2016
Milo Morris replied to Mongoose's discussion Concepts of Beauty Across Sexual Orientations
"Not research, but I have read a number of articles over the years about what gay men go looking for when they post on personals sites like Craigslist, Grindr, etc. "No fats, fems, or Asians," or words to that effect, shows up quite…"
Dec 23, 2016
Milo Morris replied to Way2Good's discussion Guys Showing Off - - Look What I Did
"Thanks, Terry. But hold had a Francis Scott Key signature!! I can only imagine how valuable that artifact would be right now thanks to the Colin Kaepernick thing and all the people protesting the National Anthem."
Dec 23, 2016
Milo Morris replied to Salt Dragon's discussion Boy Scouts: my failed attempt at bridge building in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Forced tolerance isn't tolerance at all. Its pressure. The leaders have found a way to exercise equality and inclusion in a way that is comfortable for them, and very likely to actually work. The fact that they took it seriously says all you…"
Dec 23, 2016
Milo Morris replied to Braeden's discussion When they say "Everyone is beautiful/intelligent/ect"
""6 layers of fairy dust" BWAAAAHAAAHAAHAAAA!!! I'm borrowing that!! Part of the problem is that Disney set the standard for customer service...among other things. Corporations bring Disney trainers in, or send their…"
Dec 21, 2016

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The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.

--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Some humor

Posted on April 21, 2012 at 11:46am 1 Comment

I found this on FB. Suits me to a T.

Soldier leaves legacy much larger than 'he was gay'

Posted on July 6, 2011 at 10:06pm 1 Comment

I'm posting this everywhere I hang online. I've been amazed by this young man ever since his story first broke in March.


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Rosemount, Minnesota (CNN) -- Andrew Wilfahrt changed his gait in the weeks before going off to basic training. He walked more upright. He bulked up with weights. He spoke with a deep Robocop voice. He acted "manly."

Through the eyes of his parents, Jeff and Lori, it was all a bit…


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At 6:20am on September 20, 2016, Jack Smith said…

Have a great day!

At 9:42am on January 7, 2016, Regular Joe said…

Happy new year to you too! I remember you had mentioned the Gullah in the past so I figured you might find it interesting! We had similar intermarrying phenomena up here, too, except it was mostly between the indigenous people and French colonizers. The result is a distinct ethnic group called Métis; they have their own language, culture and traditions, and they are recognized as one of the aboriginal peoples of Canada. African Canadians also have a long and rich history in Canada but there's little to no known historical intermarriage with the indigenous peoples. Rather, it all started with Mathieu Da Costa, who was one of Samuel de Champlain's guides and interpreters; he was from Bénin and was the first free black person to ever set foot in Canada. Canada was the final stop of the Underground Railroad so a lot of history of African Canadians is rooted in the story of freed American slaves settling up here. Many integrated into Canadian cities while many other founded African Canadian communities of their own. For example:

At 8:53am on January 7, 2016, Regular Joe said…

Hi Milo! I haven't watched this yet but I get the feeling it might be up your alley:

At 2:26pm on May 20, 2015, Milo Morris said…

Thank you Kenneth. Its nice of you to say that.

At 2:05pm on May 20, 2015, Kenneth said…

You and I would probably disagree in a number of areas, but I really have to say that I respect how thoughtfully you express yourself and the fact that you (unlike too many men on here) have the ability to look at the larger picture in discussions on controversial topics. 

At 6:15pm on March 6, 2015, Kev said…

Thank you matey :)

At 1:48pm on May 25, 2014, Pale Horse said…

Thanks, Milo. The feeling is mutual.

At 4:26pm on January 24, 2013, Marlie said…

I read your spiel on marriage, civil unions, etc. Yup, it's official, I love you. :)

At 12:27pm on August 17, 2012, Marlie said…

You're welcome, Milo. :)

At 12:15pm on August 16, 2012, Marlie said…

Hi Milo! I opened my fortune cookie from last night just this morning, and it read, "Get to the nitty gritty of things in all dealings". So with that in mind, I just wanted to tell you that I really like your style.

And please don't take this the wrong way,
but I think I love you! :)


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John Muir replied to Todd McFarland's discussion The Little Things
"I'm a French press devotee myself. Best appliance I ever got for the kitchen was a hot water dispenser. It puts out near-boiling water (205 degrees), so I can just fill up the press and go to town - no heating water.  It's a…"
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Salt Dragon replied to Todd McFarland's discussion The Little Things
"1) Reminding my sons that I love them only to be chided that they already know. 2) Waking up with lucid dreams and/or an erection. 3) Making French press coffee. 4) Getting on the train to work on weekdays. 5) Reading a good line or hearing a good…"
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Salt Dragon replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Relatively new here; thought I'd say hello
"Hi Stewart, Welcome! I'm also an Eagle Scout, involved with my son's troop and a history major from when I was in college.  Being an electrician is definitely a stronger career path.  Congrats on your marraige and pending…"
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The Great Debate

"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
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Todd McFarland replied to Sir's discussion Racking
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Hike on Saturday

I love hiking.  I usually go alone, or with my dog.  The solitude and peace "up there" is, for me, unmatched in the world.Here's a GoPro video link if you want to follow me along. Warning: It is 20 minutes long and 3GB. More
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Todd McFarland replied to arnab banerjee's discussion lost art of indian manliness
"Interesting list of arts.  I don't agree that all of these are necessary for a man to learn, but hey, neither is Minecraft and I enjoy it in my downtime.  I look forward to your next post."
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Todd McFarland replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Relatively new here; thought I'd say hello
"Welcome, Stewart!"
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