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. 75 Replies

A Matter of Black Lives

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

ManMade Mentoring

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

 

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Milo Morris replied to David R.'s discussion Sports hazing
"This was sexual assault, and maybe rape depending on the law in Texas. This was not hazing. SJWs and their politically correct bullshit keep trying to conflate hazing with this kind of activity. There is nothing wrong with plain old hazing, but…"
Nov 26
Native Son replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"It's not just about any need for money. Paid work tends to help develop self-discipline and a sense of consequences that volunteer work does not.  Observing my teenage daughter's friends, I see a qualitative and quantitative…"
Nov 3
Penelope replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"If they don't need the money, paid work can be a detriment to the college-bound teen.  Do they spend that 20 hours a week flipping burgers or captaining the chess team?  flipping burgers or volunteering at a soup kitchen?"
Nov 3
Liam Strain replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Well, welcome. I for one appreciate the cautious approach, but do want you to feel comfortable. We do try to keep politics/religion off the main discussions. Though it's certainly not a full ban, but those discussions can get heated, so…"
Nov 2
Forge replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Right, and I didnt address it to any part of the spectrum specifically, but in the current environment it feels like any ideological statement could be construed as advocacy for one side or the other. Also, I'm new here, trying not to step on…"
Nov 2
Liam Strain replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"We should try to keep the politics to a minimum - or take it to "The Great Debate". Though you'll also note that many of those mandates exempt small businesses. Though there are certainly plenty of barriers that do cause problems."
Nov 2
Forge replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Not to be political here, but besides regulations, forced hikes in minimum wage and increases in overall costs caused by healthcare and associated mandates have also discouraged small business owners, or prospective entrepreneurs of all…"
Nov 2
Milo Morris commented on Tookie's group Christian Men
"What a blessing, Elias. I'm happy for you."
Nov 2
Pale Horse replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Who are we to stand in the way of love?"
Oct 27
Vendetta replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Things just weren't the same after his argument buddy Steve Dallas left."
Oct 27
Pale Horse replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Retard left without saying goodbye. Members of AoM: If you ever decide to leave for whatever reason, don't delete your account. It wipes all your posts and makes things difficult to parse. Just log out and don't go here again. It's…"
Oct 27
Jay D replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Why cant i see Shanes comments?"
Oct 27
Sir replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"OK, now I get it."
Oct 19
Sir replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"I can't tell where that's going.  I'm assuming you think Liam wouldn't be hired.  Why not?  Because the face-tattoo guys are felons and only felons need apply?  Because once they've got jobs they keep…"
Oct 19
Liam Strain replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"Not really, I think you are probably right, though some stats to back your statement would be appreciated.  But I do think we end up with some percentage of ex-cons who fall into this gap. Sure, they have agencies and NGOs helping them get…"
Oct 18
Milo Morris replied to Milo Morris's discussion The shocking pain of American men
"What you say is true for lots of men released from prison. Many of them are placed in programs that help them find jobs & housing. But some go back home when they get out, and don't do the work they need to do for the jobs end of the…"
Oct 18

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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: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Africville

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:

https://news.vice.com/video/a-vanishing-history-gullah-geechee-nation?utm_source=vicenewsfb

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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