Ron Caveglia
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Jack Smith left a comment for Ron Caveglia
"Merry Christmas!"
Dec 24, 2016
Ron Caveglia joined Stephen Larsen's group
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Banya Men!

Though they aren't common in the United States, Jjimjilbangs, Banyas, Onsens, and Hamams are a great places to hang out.  This is a group for men comfortable in their own skin and appreciate the eastern ideas of public bath houses.See More
Feb 20, 2016
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Wrestling Fight Club

This group is for anyone interested in the sport of wrestling, whether you wrestled in school or are just a fan and want to learn.  People say it's a dying sport but the popularity of MMA has really brought home the importance of wrestling as a skillset that every man needs, especially anyone interested in martial arts in general.  Hopefully this can facilitate discussion and people looking for training partners in their areaSee More
Feb 2, 2016
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The Shirtless Man

Shirtlessness is the essence of manliness.
Feb 2, 2016
Ron Caveglia updated their profile
Dec 8, 2015
Ron Caveglia is now a member of Art of Manliness
Dec 7, 2015

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Interests
Swimming
Books
"Conrad Veidt On Screen, An Illustrated Filmography"
Movies
"The Man Who Knew Too Much"
Music
Nat King Cole,(crooning) Bob Crewe,(60's pop) Quincy Jones (classic jazz)
Quote
"Still waters run deep"

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At 4:44pm on December 24, 2016, Jack Smith said…

Merry Christmas!

 
 
 

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Tarquin Anstruther replied to Peter's discussion Shirt Style at Work in the group The Shirtless Man
"I was in Ukraine this July for a week and it was noticeable that a large number of men working outdoors in various capacities wore shorts and no shirt. They would be surprised to read this discussion and see how in the US there wold appear to be…"
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Shane replied to John Muir's discussion Donald Trump Is A Greedy, Creepy, Ignorant Jerk in the group The Great Debate
"Consumer prices rose 1.7% https://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/cpi.pdf Hourly earnings have gone up 2.5% https://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/empsit.pdf What are you talking about?"
14 hours ago
Clinton R. Ausmus replied to John Muir's discussion Donald Trump Is A Greedy, Creepy, Ignorant Jerk in the group The Great Debate
"I never asked why rages weren't rising, I said costs were rising, but rages are staying flat...Meaning they are not rising together...Meaning the American worker can never get ahead...Meaning costs are rising, but wages remain flat...Not a hard…"
14 hours ago
Shane replied to John Muir's discussion Donald Trump Is A Greedy, Creepy, Ignorant Jerk in the group The Great Debate
"You asked why wages weren't rising. I showed you that they were. Now you're complaining it's not enough. Stop shifting goal posts."
14 hours ago
Clinton R. Ausmus replied to John Muir's discussion Donald Trump Is A Greedy, Creepy, Ignorant Jerk in the group The Great Debate
"Do you read these links before you post them? (From the Atlantic Story)wages grew faster in 2016...Labor protests like the Fight for $15 movement contributed to minimum-wage increases in several states and cities...Wages for the poorest 10 percent…"
15 hours ago
Sir replied to Pale Horse's discussion They Who Shall Not Be Named in the group The Great Debate
"Nicest thing anyone's said to me on this forum, I think! (sniff)"
16 hours ago
Shane replied to John Muir's discussion Donald Trump Is A Greedy, Creepy, Ignorant Jerk in the group The Great Debate
"I've never posted those links here before. You're lying again. "The Most Underrated Story About the U.S. Economy Income growth is faster at the bottom than at the top. Thank a growing economy, falling unemployment, and minimum-wage…"
16 hours ago

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