I don't think we need to look at statistics. Men of color are in dire circumstances right now, there is not too much men of color are doing to keep ourselves in check. So here it is. Again this is not just for black males but for all men of color.See More
Anyone who is Native American with or without a BIA card is welcome to join. Many of us and our people have lost are language, are culture, crafts, rites of passage and so on. That does not make you not native it just means there’s a lot of work to do. If you are will to learn about your band your nation, to be a strong Native Man in your community, to be a leader, a teacher, a warrior. Let us share are Native culture together let us learn and teach other's.See More
Every gentleman should be able to adequately protect himself and his family from ruffians’ intent on doing harm. This group welcomes anyone who takes pride in their second amendment right to keep and bear arms in a legally concealed manner.
"Atoms only appear solid because our brains decode it, it is all within perception. The human brain can only decode visible light depending on ones frequency range (sense of the possible) outside of visible light, then it gets rather interesting."
"You and I are kind of in the same boat, at least as body shape\height goes. I am 5'11 and currently around 178 and that seems to be a good weight for me but I want to get stronger and lose body fat. My heaviest was 230, years ago. Diet change…"
"I'll clarify that this wasn't a critique of this pastor or this church, either.
I've listened to several sermons and sermon segments about headship and submission. Not a single pastor I've heard -- from the most…"
"Gentlemen, you have got to have a look at that blog link below (reposted here). It's incredible. It wouldn't be polite for me to give the tl;dr, but the headline works: Josh100LuBu - In The Mind Of A Genius Part One.
"Reality isn't real? Atoms of a solid material aren't solid?You may have something there! Good thing you didn't fall for any of that science education crap. Based on your blog, you didn't fall for any of that…"