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Nate replied to Ronnie Red's discussion Learn how to dress like a multi-millionaire
"Hyacinth."
Jun 11
Nate replied to Ronnie Red's discussion Learn how to dress like a multi-millionaire
"I felt your comment was extremely narrow and showed prejudice. Elegant dress styles differ in parts of the world, and in parts of the USA. (I suspect there may be less variation in the UK due to the smaller land mass and more compact arrangement of…"
Jun 3
Nate replied to Ronnie Red's discussion Learn how to dress like a multi-millionaire
"Sir, your comment is offensive and implies to me that you live in an eastern city. In Texas as well as the inter mountain west, jeans and cowboy boots and hats are the height of fashion. Perhaps you are confusing work clothes with dress clothes? I…"
Jun 3
Herb Munson left a comment for Nate
"Hey Nate, welcome to The Great Debate! "
Jun 1
Nate replied to Mohican's discussion U.S. Federal Budget Deficit - Unsolveable? in the group The Great Debate
"I am not sure that this incredible amount of money isn't being created out of thin air by the federal reserve. It isn't clear to me there is enough liquidity in the world to fund our deficits. The economy of China is 9tn, japan 5tn,…"
Jun 1
Nate joined Herb Munson's group
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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
Jun 1
Nate replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Could someone briefly explain Ayn Rand's philosophy; objectivism?
"Being compensated for your life's work is hardly unreasonable. If I asked you to send me a check weekly with 70% of your pay in it, would that be reasonable? You'll note the comment inside the book where a reporter said something along…"
Mar 19
Nate replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Could someone briefly explain Ayn Rand's philosophy; objectivism?
"Which, of course, is expected. To have the perfect philosophy implies infinite wisdom. Yet we are finite human beings. Rand's philosophy is, in my view, ignoring any dimensions of humans we would call spiritual. But she was attempting to…"
Mar 18
Nate replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Could someone briefly explain Ayn Rand's philosophy; objectivism?
"Who cares? The bigger question is, does Ms. Rand's philosophy work? Yes, and not. Just like all of them. To blithely make your claim implies that you can scale even higher heights."
Mar 18
Nate replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Could someone briefly explain Ayn Rand's philosophy; objectivism?
"And neither of these two things are what she espoused. Who are the heroes in Rand's stories? They are people who give good value for money. The anti heroes are the "greed is good" folks, those taking the unearned through force. Hank…"
Mar 18
Nate replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Could someone briefly explain Ayn Rand's philosophy; objectivism?
"What makes you say that? I love my wife dearly, and do many things for her freely, including making sacrifices. But I am not an altruist because I DO love her,and the relationship beings me joy."
Mar 18
Nate replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Could someone briefly explain Ayn Rand's philosophy; objectivism?
"And this is the characteristic of individuals and groups who find different ideas to be a threat: denigrate and minimize them, in the hopes this will discredit them. The writing style was stilted. But less stilted than we would think today. Styles…"
Mar 18
Nate replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Could someone briefly explain Ayn Rand's philosophy; objectivism?
"Ms. Rand was a Russian, who grew up during the time of the revolution. She saw what was happening. I agree with Sean, this is a message. It is not really meant to entertain. Consider this was written by someone who had lived in the USA for less…"
Mar 18
Nate joined Jason M.'s group
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Every gentleman should be able to adequately protect himself and his family from ruffians’ intent on doing harm. This group welcomes anyone who takes pride in their second amendment right to keep and bear arms in a legally concealed manner.
Dec 3, 2013
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May 30, 2013
Nate is now a member of Art of Manliness
May 29, 2013

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Interests
Camping, hiking, hunting, shooting, cooking, leathercrafting, reading
Books
Many!
Movies
Not many :)
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"I swear, by my life and my love of it, that I will live my life for no man, nor ask him to live his life for me."

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At 11:39pm on June 1, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hey Nate, welcome to The Great Debate!

At 9:38pm on May 29, 2013, Larry said…

Welcome to AoM, Nate!

 
 
 

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Bobby G Mullen replied to Bobby G Mullen's discussion Stoicism in the group Philosophers
"Check. Is there any way you can give me a passage or quote that backs up your claims, as I have done above? I see Epictetus talking about God all over the place but I am not reading what you are reading, obviously."
14 minutes ago
Demetri Martinez replied to Tom Ellis's discussion Girlfriends lies and temper
"Man I wish I could like posts."
18 minutes ago
Steve Dallas replied to Tom Ellis's discussion Girlfriends lies and temper
"Has there been some lies that actually mattered, cause honestly, your examples rather suck as things to get your panties in a wad over. As far as her taking responsibility, like one of the others stated,  you have to stand your ground, remain…"
20 minutes ago
Bobby G Mullen replied to Bobby G Mullen's discussion Stoicism in the group Philosophers
"Roger that! God (no matter what name He is called by) directs the Universe by His Providence. That is a critical tenant of Stoicism, because what happens was meant to happen and is out of our control. People's personal philosophies may or may…"
49 minutes ago
Karl Helweg commented on Jonas Ogrefoln's group Archaic Technology
"Probably beyond most people's ability to make at home but worth knowing about is "sulpha drugs."  These were the first effective antibiotics and…"
1 hour ago
Liam S. replied to Bobby G Mullen's discussion Stoicism in the group Philosophers
"Too much depends on the concept of god you are talking about. Even Plato/Socrates god varies widely from what Epictetus was talking about. Name has nothing to do with it.  Are they important within their philosophies? Yes. Are they important…"
1 hour ago
Buffalo Bill replied to Buffalo Bill's discussion Show Your EDC, Gentlemen in the group Everyday Carry
"Your bump to this thread is most welcome. Looks like you're off to a good start.  I'd recommend adding a more substantial knife and a flashlight.  Maybe a Fenix E01 would work as an addition to your keychain. Cheers!"
1 hour ago
Omri Meir replied to Paul's discussion Tattoo Idea's (outdoor/farm theme)
"If you're gonna keep all of your tattoos with the same style they wont "clash". doesn't matter if you get a microwave with some pillows on the side, If it's the same style 95% of the time it works together."
1 hour ago

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