Nick Theophilou
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  • Melbourne
  • Australia
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Nick Theophilou posted a status
"i am looking for a graphic designer who can design a cover for my ebook. Does anyone have any suggestions?"
Aug 22, 2013
Nick Theophilou replied to Chu Kim's discussion Brains, Brawn, or Bandsaw?
"well said"
Aug 21, 2013
Nick Theophilou replied to Chu Kim's discussion Brains, Brawn, or Bandsaw?
"in terms of leading a better life, you could do well to have a look at my book, which will be released soon.  It covers some of the ways men are doing things well nowadays, and it's based on 25 years counseling experience"
Aug 20, 2013
Nick Theophilou replied to Dave's discussion Call, text or ask a girl out in person?
"ask in person"
Aug 9, 2013
Nick Theophilou replied to Chu Kim's discussion A Good Name for a Group
"The New Men?"
Aug 9, 2013
Nick Theophilou replied to Dave's discussion How do I support my dad?
"Your question is fine.  You want to support him. That's good enough.  You could ask him how you can support him.  If he doesn't know, then ask yourself, or discuss with someone else how, given their knowledge of him, what…"
Aug 9, 2013
Nick Theophilou updated their profile
Aug 9, 2013
Nick Theophilou is now a member of Art of Manliness
Aug 8, 2013

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Website
http://www.fathersandsons.com.au
Interests
music, reading, bicycle riding
Books
proust, balzac, rimbaud
Movies
Ben Hur, Robin Hood (starring Errol Flynn), Gladiator, Brief Encounter
Music
chopin, purcell, leonard cohen

i joined 'the art of manliness' yesterday, having visited the site a few times over the last few months.  The variety of articles and forums have been food for thought.  Blogs are something i need to get used to; it's always difficult to write something succinct that makes sense.

In a few weeks i hope to release my first ebook about men.  With men it's interesting. Many have stepped up to the plate and asking for a greater partnership with their significant other.  This is a great change since the eighties, in australia.  Come to think of it, that might be a good blog to start if i can't find something similar happening.  Anyway, enough for now.  This is my first post.  Happy to meet you all  at the Art of Manliness

Oh yes, when i find a photo of me that isn't terrible, i will add it to my profile

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Liam Strain replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"This thread is starting to "lack in the most basic of common courtesy."It gets reigned in on all sides, or it gets locked. "
15 minutes ago
John Muir replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"Mark Twain wasn't, either. I suppose you'd hold his "goading and sarcasm" in a dim view. You just hang in there, suffering in Missouri culture.  "
24 minutes ago
Henrik Stroemblad replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"Neither am I."
29 minutes ago
David F. replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"Yep caught that right after I could not edit the post.  I am Dyslexic and English is a language that mugs other languages for words.  Makes it hard sometimes. :)  "
32 minutes ago
Steve Dallas replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"Come on, you know you pick it. Do you wash your hands after?"
32 minutes ago
John Muir replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"Well, forgive me. I'm not an officer in the Swedish Guards"
34 minutes ago
Henrik Stroemblad replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"Goading and sarcasm are blunt instruments of conversation, sir."
59 minutes ago
John Muir replied to Henrik Stroemblad's discussion Lacking in the most basic of common cortesy
"Horrible! Surely not anything someone in the Swedish Royal Guards (PBUT) would do! I think touching your face is a terrible vector for disease - but perhaps we should defer to more elevated ambassadors of hygiene. After all, I'm southern."
2 hours ago

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