This group is for all AoM readers who have an association with the armed forces, be it past, present, or future. If you served in a branch of the military yourself, please tell us about your experiences and what the military has meant for your life.See More
It's just seems natural that Art of Manliness should have a barbershop group. My intent of this group is to gather and share general thoughts and experiences concerning barbershops. Anything from a good barbershop that you have found to pictures and stories of shops you have visited to discussing anything barbershop. See More
A place for all the bakers out there. Come to discuss breads and the art of baking, e.g. things that have worked out or things that you just can't get to work. Open to the beginner and the artisan and everyone in between!
U.S. Army Military Intelligence (M.I.), White women and Red Velvet Cake w/Creamcheese Frosting.
The Holy Bible (K.J.V. 1611 Edition) & The Koran (Qur'an), Bushido: The Japanese Art of War (Audio Book), My American Journey (Colin L. Powell), The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Autobiography (Sidney Poitier).
Lone Wolf and Cub Series.
Jazz, Classical, Hip Hop (Classic), Standards, and Showtunes.
"I am a Mason; muscle, tissue, and bone!", "Uncle Sam I am, Uncle Sam I am! I love Irish blonde dames and Smoked Turkey Ham!"
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"I had to take out the average amount of debt a US student graduates with in order to go to the school I wanted and go through the program I wanted. I graduated with about $24,000 but got a job I couldn't have without that degree. I'm now…"
If you are as lucky as I am, winter came early this year. With the early arrival of the season many people are running to find a big jacket, a warm hat, and some insulated boots. Although all these things are important, we tend to overlook something simple and necessary like socks and we settle for something that is borderline trash.My suggestion this winter is to pick up a few good pairs of Merino Wool socks. Merino Wool differs from classic wool in that it doesn't itch, stretch, shrink, or…See More