Long time lurker, first time member. I'm curious, how many of y'all have read The Art of Manliness and what was your favorite parts?I read it only recently, and loved it (which is why I just now…Continue
"I've read the book, and really enjoyed it and it's contents.
Can't really put one section as my favorite though. It is chock full of great stuff, this one is on the shelf and ill be given to my young boys to read in time. And…"
"Howdy, Saul, and welcome! I read the book and liked it a lot. I guess not too many others have read it as evidenced by the lack of replies to the poll. lol.
It's kind of hard for me to pick a favorite part... I guess…"
I assume pretty much all of us have read AoM since that's what this site is based on. Wondering about what everyone thought was the most interesting/pote tially useful part. My favourite was the part on gentlemanly street defense using bartitsu mixed martial arts. I'm upgrading my wardrobe and I like how I can know how to defend myself in that attire in case someone gives me trouble in a back alley or something.it advocates for not fighting, if possible, but in case that's not possible, they…See More
"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
"Hey, man. Are you looking to change wardrobe because you really want to, or just cuz your bro and friends are trendy? Doesn't matter, really. Point is, you be you. I'm an old man and still wear the clothes you describe. I am starting to…"
"Ha. Well, it advocates for not fighting, if possible, but in case that's not possible, they explain some moves in bartitsu, which is a mixed martial arts involving cane fighting, juijitsu, boxing, and Spanish kickboxing. The moves covered are…"
Long time lurker, first time member. I'm curious, how many of y'all have read The Art of Manliness and what was your favorite parts?I read it only recently, and loved it (which is why I just now joined the forum. Haha)My favorite parts were on how to dress like a gentleman and how to street fight like a gentleman. I ordered myself a tribly only yesterday (hopefully I won't have to use it for self defense, bartitsu-style. Haha)!See More
"Yuup. I wear a watch. I have a citizen and a bulova, which are pretty classy. I also have two swatches, which are sportier/more casual. I also have one of those old school $25 Casio ones for yardwork and when working on the car."
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details.
"We had 97% in ATL. Were not able to make the drive north to see the full shebang (I got called in on a contrac), but should be able to see the next one in seven years. A couple shots from Little Five Points."
"Thank you, Christian. Here are the English and the (Google) German translation. (I am hoping that I was successful in attaching a file to my Word document. I guess we'll just have to see if it worked.)"
"Yes. Saw a ring of fire around a black disk. Supposedly it was the corona, but it was plenty bright.
Had so much fun looking thru my 2 pinhole cameras, seeing it on my tablet, and an occasional look thru eclipse glasses."