Nicholas C. Jostmeyer
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  • Thousand Oaks, CA
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Leto Atreides II replied to Andrew's discussion How do you take your coffee? I prefer it black with a slice of butter in it.
"Interesting."
28 minutes ago
Tim Dienes replied to Andrew's discussion How do you take your coffee? I prefer it black with a slice of butter in it.
"I mix regular and decaf 2 to 1, and add a spoon of powdered creamer and some skim milk."
1 hour ago
Todd Heavner replied to Andrew's discussion How do you take your coffee? I prefer it black with a slice of butter in it.
"Blasphemer."
1 hour ago
Sean replied to Andrew's discussion How do you take your coffee? I prefer it black with a slice of butter in it.
"Coffee should be strong, fresh ground, fresh brewed, black, and flushed down the toilet. I love the smell but can't stand the taste. Tea is my drink."
1 hour ago
N. Vest replied to Tom Baker's discussion Masculinities and social class
"Thanks Joe "
7 hours ago
Chad commented on Stephen Larsen's group Banya Men!
"Stephen, yeah, it would be great to meet you."
7 hours ago
Pale Horse replied to Shane's discussion Secret Lives of Men in the group The Great Debate
"No need to apologize, Will. Yes, we are all damaged in that regard. But relative to other humans since then, not everyone is damaged (emotionally). She did mention boys having their instincts bridled. That's what I meant by the playing in the…"
8 hours ago
Mike S. replied to Shane's discussion Secret Lives of Men in the group The Great Debate
"Why is masculinity so demonized? Also, why does having emotions have to be attributed to femininity? Anyways, sounds like she is accusing the world of pushing us into a certain role while she does the exact same thing with her interpretation of how…"
8 hours ago

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