Robert Paul Howell
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  • Westerville, OH
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Rick Stevens left a comment for Robert Paul Howell
"Great beard, Robert!"
Dec 30, 2012
Robert Paul Howell commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
"Nick G, I started growing my Yeard December 10th of 2009 and have had one ever since. My advice let it grow and shampoo and condition it, this will help to cut down on itchiness. Good Luck and good growing!"
Dec 30, 2012
Robert Paul Howell commented on Michael Duncan's group Primal Men
"Anyone doing anything Primal for the holidays? Giving or getting any Primal gifts ( Meat, Meat, or something else)?"
Dec 21, 2012
Robert Paul Howell commented on Tyler Wainright's group Manly Dads
"What rites of passages did your father do with you or do you wish he did with you? Then that would be your answer Steve. If I had a son it would be hunting and dressing and cooking the animal, camping, building and sustaining a fire, making his…"
Dec 20, 2012
Robert Paul Howell commented on Tyler Wainright's group Manly Dads
"I would look at that as hazing the newbies, they have been through it so they want you to fret over their experiences. I am not really sure why parents do that, we don't and we didn't have that many people do that to us."
Nov 24, 2012
Robert Paul Howell commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
"No, I consider November "Movembeard." I am bearded for life."
Nov 10, 2012
Robert Paul Howell replied to Scott Walker's discussion Cost of going Primal in the group Primal Men
Aug 28, 2012
Robert Paul Howell replied to Scott Walker's discussion Cost of going Primal in the group Primal Men
"I have seen Paleo books and articles that say go 75-85% to start out. As far as cost goes, if you buy produce in season it is cheaper and if you can save a bit and you have a deep freeze you can go to a farm and get you meat there cheaper than the…"
Aug 12, 2012
Robert Paul Howell replied to michael mckeown's discussion lighting in the group Pipe & Co
"I use my thumb as a bellow, placing it over the bowl and after a few puffs give it a gentle breath. That generally keeps it lit. Also, after I pack it I take a puff before lighting it, if there is no resistant you are fine if there is you packed it…"
Jul 12, 2012
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Manly Camping

A discussion place for all things camping...equipment, advice, cooking, tips, recommendations, etc.
Jul 8, 2012
Robert Paul Howell commented on Michael Duncan's group Primal Men
"Agreed and yes, large mouth bass this past weekend. Caught it, cleaned it and cooked it over our campfire. "
Jul 4, 2012
Robert Paul Howell replied to Tor's discussion Beards and the Seasons in the group Men with Beards
"I generally keep a year round beard and find that in the summer if I have my hair (not the beard) short the beard doesn't make me any hotter. So for me instead of the beard going away in the spring it is usually my hair that I shave off."
Oct 11, 2011
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Oct 9, 2011
Robert Paul Howell commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
Oct 8, 2011
Robert Paul Howell commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
"Upkeep of a beard takes no longer than shaving everyday! Excuses! But I had a beard all summer and found it wasn't any hotter than shaving, actually it kept a lot of my face from sunburn. Men are supposed to have beards only on days ending in…"
Oct 8, 2011
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Primal Men

This is a group for men, and the occasional lady, who live and eat primally. The Primal Blueprint is touted by Mark Sisson at www.marksdailyapple.com. Join if you want to show some love to the groks and gr
Sep 12, 2011

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Interests
Beards
Pipes
Cigars
Coffee
Growing tobacco
lifting weights
Steak
Scotch
beer
Books
Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding
Historical biographies
Anything I can learn something useful from
Movies
Dirty Dozen
the good the bad and the ugly
gran torino
heartbreak ridge
basically anything clint eastwood
Music
Classic Rock
Classical Music
Quote
Give up the belief that mind is, even temporarily, compressed within the skull, and you will quickly become more manly or womanly. You will understand yourself and your Maker better than before.

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At 11:26pm on December 30, 2012, Rick Stevens said…

Great beard, Robert!

At 3:18pm on August 25, 2011, Ian Wilson said…
nice quote.
 
 
 

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Fraternal orders for young men?

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