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Beards

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Oct 1. 1 Reply

So I grew a pretty nice beard last winter, did not shave the face (did shave the neck) from September to March. It was fairly gnarly by March.  Looking for some good direction on opinions.  Style a…Continue

what to wear

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Bauer Aug 17, 2011. 2 Replies

Hey,  I am into the internship part of my Master's program and getting ready for a real professional career.  I screwed up my first career with stupid mistakes and want to really step out and make it…Continue

greetings

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael S. Hilton Aug 16, 2011. 1 Reply

Greetings all! My name is Rob Giannamore. I hail from Western Pa and am fed up with the so called "mens" magazines and their idea of what a man is.  I am a student of self reliance and have been so…Continue

 

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Robert M Giannamore replied to Jim's discussion What Running Shoes do you use? in the group Runners
"I ran in Montrail Bajadas this season, after 60 miles I blew them out, totally ripped them apart.  Anybody else have problems with shoes blowing out on the sides? "
Oct 4
Will replied to Robert M Giannamore's discussion Beards
"Trim it evenly and I think you're good.  That's what I do."
Oct 1
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Runners

For all men who enjoy the manly exercise of running.
Oct 1
Robert M Giannamore replied to Jonathan Bjerre Guld Jørgensen's discussion A scent that smells like Leather, tobacco, wood and welding flame?
"I favor Irish Spring bar soap, Taylor of Bond Street shaving soap and occasionally Old Spice for cologne and other times Aqua Velva for aftershave.  I am a bald guy and I have a lot of shaved surface for the Aqua.  In the winter, I use a…"
Oct 1
Robert M Giannamore posted a discussion

Beards

So I grew a pretty nice beard last winter, did not shave the face (did shave the neck) from September to March. It was fairly gnarly by March.  Looking for some good direction on opinions.  Style a beard yourself or pay the $5.00 and have a barber do it?  If you style it yourself, where did you learn and what do you use.  I am a bald guy, short, athletic build.  Just want to look nice with a bald head and beard, I know it can be done.  Look forward to your thoughts.  I have attached a picture…See More
Oct 1
Robert M Giannamore replied to Buffalo Bill's discussion Wallets/Money Clips/ID Cases in the group Everyday Carry
"I have a handstiched elk hide wallet.  It is stitched with artificial sinew and has a bear claw burned into the leather. "
Dec 19, 2011
Robert M Giannamore replied to Kyle Egolf's discussion What is up with kids today?
"yes  "
Oct 4, 2011
Robert M Giannamore posted photos
Sep 25, 2011
Robert M Giannamore joined Buffalo Bill's group
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Everyday Carry

A group to discuss those objects we carry every day, and the balance between utility, effectiveness, and sentimentality.
Sep 1, 2011
Jack Bauer replied to Robert M Giannamore's discussion what to wear
"I've actually heard good things about 5.11.  My brother-in-law is an ex-SWAT guy and ex-Constable, and swears by them.   JB"
Aug 17, 2011
Nathanael replied to Robert M Giannamore's discussion what to wear
"From what you've said I think you might like 5.11 tactical."
Aug 17, 2011
Robert M Giannamore replied to Bradley's discussion Emergency Plan
"During tornado season and throughout the summer, we keep a chainsaw, gas and oil in the storage room and a sledge hammer and blanket in the house.  If a storm is brewing, especially in the spring, we have the family put thier shoes and some…"
Aug 16, 2011
Robert M Giannamore replied to Kyle Egolf's discussion My Beard
"You have to train a beard like you train a hair line.  You also need to shampoo and condition it like hair.  My goatee has this little issue of turning down and to the left and I have not been able to cure it.   "
Aug 16, 2011
Robert M Giannamore posted discussions
Aug 16, 2011
Michael S. Hilton replied to Robert M Giannamore's discussion greetings
"Welcome to AoM, Robert!"
Aug 16, 2011
Robert M Giannamore replied to KevPilot's discussion Non-Ironic Mens' Hats
"I personally like my Filsons waxed canvas hat for early spring, winter and fall.  I occasionally wear a baseball hat in the summer with shorts and a hawaiian shirt or a polo.  I am going to buy a Tilley hat that has a breezer gap in the…"
Aug 16, 2011

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The man at the top of the mountain did not fall there, Claude Wegley, 1995
Good times and riches and sons of a bitches, I have seen more than I can recall, Jimmy Buffett,
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East London Gent replied to East London Gent's discussion Business Trip Anxiety
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Will replied to Bryon Perona's discussion The Masculinity of Jesus in the group Christian Men
"A chorus we had in church seemed to help me resolve the conflict I feel between needing to be confident (masculine challenge) and to be humble.  It was a line about casting our crowns at His feet.  We have 'em -- we have confidence…"
26 minutes ago
Will replied to Vytautas's discussion What Do We Learn From History?
"Hm.  I'm not sure those girls really lived in our consumerist world, at the heart, or that their soccer-loving brothers do.  After all, eating at Mickey D's doesn't form the core of my identity. Globalization is real,…"
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Regular Joe replied to Christian's discussion 20 year old looking for advice from you "white collar" gents.....is the money worth it?
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Regular Joe replied to Vytautas's discussion What Do We Learn From History?
"Hate to break it to you but what you fear is slowly but surely happening.  I've been all over the world and the only countries I've been to that didn't have a McDonald's are Cuba and Palestine. But Palestine had a…"
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Regular Joe replied to Bryon Perona's discussion The Masculinity of Jesus in the group Christian Men
"You'd be surprised about how many people are interested in the masculinity of Jesus. https://www.jesusdidnttap.com/ "
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