Sam Flint
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  • Bellevue, NE
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The Art of Manly Body Modification

I've been thinking about this kind of group for a long time and I'd like to share my own stories along with other people's stories about their body modification experiences. Please keep it clean and use only acceptable responses.
Jul 5
Sam Flint replied to Rees Klintworth's discussion Greetings from Nebraska!
"A"
May 26
Sam Flint replied to Rees Klintworth's discussion Greetings from Nebraska!
"OK, cool!  I never have picked up a taste for C derived languages other than Perl.  Dynamic languages have always caught my fancy, especially Common Lisp.  So it sounds like you're at UNL, are you from a different part of the…"
May 26
Sam Flint replied to Rees Klintworth's discussion Greetings from Nebraska!
"Awesome!  Someone else from the Cornhusker state!  You're a CS student/software development intern, right?  What languages do you use?"
May 26
Sam Flint joined OldSoul_76's group
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Date Night Ideas

Romance is manly. And every man should know how to plan a great night out for his woman. But, let's face it, sometimes ideas are few and far between. This group is for exchanging ideas about the venerable "Date Night" and other acts of romance.
May 23
Sam Flint joined Chad's group
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Hairy Men

The current trend in fashion is to be hairless and do do whatever necessary to remove hair from your body.  I am proud of my hair! Be proud if your hairy body too. Wear your membership to this group likes badge of honor.See More
May 8
Sam Flint replied to Regular Joe's discussion Nice Looking Pens That Won't Break The Bank
"If you don't mind a fountain pen, try the Lamy Safari is pretty nice, and Amazon is fairly reasonable for ink."
Jul 17, 2014
Sam Flint joined Steven C.'s group
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Geeks

If you are a geek by trade or hobby, join up! You can be a geek and manly at the same time.See More
Jun 3, 2014
Sam Flint commented on Ryan Scott's group Fountain Pens
"Yeah, it's because as you use the pen, the tip of the nib will ever so slightly wear to the writer.  The slightest use by someone else can throw off the angle and make it nearly impossible to use."
Apr 8, 2014
Sam Flint replied to Luca K.'s discussion What is your manly way to cheer up when you are sad?
"Yeah, I'd like to see sources myself.  I couldn't do my job without the internet, and work with it with no ill effects."
Jan 26, 2014
Sam Flint replied to Stuart Charles's discussion Open source operating systems? Any advice?
"Don't mind the developer, but I have had issues with Ubuntu and other Debian Derivs, however, I've found both Fedora and CentOS to be rock solid.  Now, keep in mind, I do have an affinity for fedora as a minor contributor, but none…"
Jan 21, 2014
Sam Flint replied to Belmin Bratic's discussion What should an 17 year old wear to look manly?
"Wear what you find comfortable.  I'm a highschool student myself, homeschooled, and I take classes at the local community college, besides that, I work as a programmer, and general technology consultant.  I wear what I'm…"
Jan 20, 2014
Sam Flint replied to Pale Horse's discussion What is your personality type?
"The system doesn't work that way, you are either one or the other, it's based on Jungian Typology, which defines a set of cognitive functions from which you have the primary, secondary, tertiary and auxiliary.  This combination is a…"
Jan 13, 2014
Sam Flint replied to Liam Hirst's discussion Hard cover of Soft cover books - Which do you prefer?
Jan 13, 2014
Sam Flint replied to Liam Hirst's discussion Hard cover of Soft cover books - Which do you prefer?
"If I'm going to reference it regularly, than I want it either hardcover, or a durable paperback.  If I'll carry it with me to have something to read when I have the chance, than I want a paperback or ebook.  In general though, I…"
Jan 12, 2014
Sam Flint replied to Lon R.'s discussion Create Your Own Language! in the group Philology: A Group for Verbivores
"That's what it costs for the Kindle.  It's written by the Lojban people. Go Lojban!"
Jan 9, 2014

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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Joshua's discussion Democratic presidential nomination in the group The Great Debate
"I have to agree with this. It's all well and good that homeless people are graduating from college, cut the bulk of our population is in the middle.  Either toward the bottom middle, only making ends meet with government assistance (food…"
6 minutes ago
Liam Strain replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"No."
8 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to ClubmanPinaud's discussion Hello all. Does anyone still use iodine on their cuts?
"It did. That's why it was taken off the market. "
10 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
""Nowhere else in the western world takes 39-week-old "fetuses", delivers them sufficiently to preserve the commercially valuable parts and then crushes the non-sellable parts in order to preserve a technical denial of…"
11 minutes ago
Mongoose replied to Joshua's discussion Democratic presidential nomination in the group The Great Debate
"The unwritten curriculum is just as important as the written curriculum. That unwritten curriculum is the whole reason that many employers do not care WHAT the degree was in, only that the person has a degree. The unwritten curriculum is powerful."
12 minutes ago
James replied to Sir's discussion Grilling -- how guilty should I feel?
"It's a mind trip to see, that's for sure."
13 minutes ago
Mongoose replied to Joshua's discussion Democratic presidential nomination in the group The Great Debate
"You do realize, while it's not the BEST way to do this, jumping through said hoops and all helps to teach the unwritten curriculum which is just as critical. It teaches how to navigate through bureaucratic systems (which are evil, but…"
13 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Definitely. "
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