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A Modern-Day Miracle Man

Started this discussion. Last reply by Braeden P.D. Jul 26, 2015. 1 Reply

This week a man accomplished what many, many considered impossible: 50 triathalons in 50 states in 50 days.…Continue

Tags: child fitness, goals, determination, endurance, triathalon

How of many of these guys have you seen at the gym??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Milo Morris Dec 7, 2014. 24 Replies

I got a good chuckle out of this YouTube. You'll likely recognize a few yourself.Gym StereotypesContinue

Tags: humor, stereotypes, gym

Nice article on AoM and the McKays

Started this discussion. Last reply by Errol R. Alger Mar 11, 2013. 5 Replies

Today we got this month's issue of BYU Magazine, and my wife noticed a nice article on the McKays and their Art of Manliness blog.  Congratulations to them, and the site!Continue

Tags: publicity, BYU, magazine


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Scott J updated their profile
Feb 21
Scott J replied to David R.'s discussion Body Image in the group Men Over 50
"I go to a 24 Hr, and true, most guys come and go without ever entering the lockerroom. But for those who do change, the younger guys (under 35) frequently change under a towel. It's sad, and would be bizarre if it didn't happen so often.…"
Feb 14
Scott J commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
"Phil, with that torso I'd be shirtless,bro on! Now, do you work out that way at the gym?"
Feb 9
Scott J replied to Bruce Uall's discussion What can we do to Increase Acceptance of Shirtlessness in the group The Shirtless Man
"At least locally, we don't see that so much anymore. Many construction companies require their men to wear a reflective vest so they're easy to spot."
Feb 7
Scott J commented on Gregory Garland's group The Genealogy Group
"Has anyone else come to RootsTech this year?"
Feb 4
Scott J replied to Scott J's discussion The Fine Art of Penmanship in the group Fountain Pens
"One of the many consequences of delegating our brainpower to our smart phones."
Jan 31
Kevin Collier replied to Scott J's discussion The Fine Art of Penmanship in the group Fountain Pens
"The saddest part will be that they will be unableto read the documents that shaped our history."
Jan 31
Scott J added a discussion to the group Fountain Pens

The Fine Art of Penmanship

Most of us find it disturbing how schools have abandoned teaching children penmanship.Maybe this video will inspire a few. More
Jan 31
Scott J replied to Gentleman Josh's discussion Hail, gents
"Welcome to AoM, Archer! At your young age (it's all relative, you know), you have a great start on your life. Good work! It's good to have you here! Scott in Utah"
Jan 28
Scott J replied to Scott L Ferrell's discussion Shirtless resolutions for 2014 in the group The Shirtless Man
"A sight to smile for, indeed. "
Jan 24
Scott J replied to Scott L Ferrell's discussion Shirtless resolutions for 2014 in the group The Shirtless Man
"And a side-question would be, even if you wouldn't, does part of you wish you could?"
Jan 24
Scott J joined Andrew's group

Men with Beards

For men with beards to show and share the great life of having a beard. Can there be anything more manly than a beard?
Jan 23
Scott J commented on Tookie's group Christian Men
"Luke 2, wonderfully told by John Rhys-Davies. Be sure to also watch the 2nd video lower in the page as he explains how he interpreted it.  The part of Christmas too many…"
Dec 24, 2015
Scott J left a comment for Austin Roe
"Welcome to AoM, Austin. It's good to have you here!"
Dec 21, 2015
Scott J replied to Salt Dragon's discussion Need for sexual identification? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Sexuality is complex. So are men -- more so than they want to be.  When individuals can be confused about themselves, you can't expect them to perceive others accurately and fairly, without some sort of bias creeping in. Life would…"
Dec 13, 2015
Scott J replied to Antony Allison's discussion Pornography and Masturbation
"Perhaps "grown men" is the qualifier . . . ."
Dec 11, 2015

Profile Information

Classical music (esp choral/organ), genealogy, working out, massage
The Lion in Winter, LOTR/The Hobbit, Avenger/related, The Giver, Hunger Games, Divergent, Ender's Game, Empire of the Sun, Matrix series, Blade, Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down, Alien(s), 2001 A Space Odyssey, Harry Potter series, The Martian, Avatar, Inception, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, How to Train Your Dragon, Pride & Prejudice, The Green Mile, Shawshank Redemption, Driving Miss Daisy, Braveheart, The Pianist, Interstellar, Master and Commander, Babe, Warm Bodies, We Are Marshall, Remember the Titans, Source Code, Jeremiah Johnson, Stranger Than Fiction, Hachi a Dog's Tale, Awakenings, Frequency, Duma, White Squall
Former organ performance major. Favorite composer is Maurice Durufle. Favorite composition, his Requiem, followed by his organ works.

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At 1:01pm on October 29, 2015, john evens said…

Hey there buddy, Thanks for "friending" me. Love the pics you have on. You're from Utah and its beautiful there.Hope we can chat when you're not busy:) We like some of the same things i'm sure, especially classical music. 

Bye 4 now.


At 10:27am on February 5, 2015, Spencer H said…
Thanks for welcoming me, Scott. This seems to be a pretty cool group.
At 5:29am on January 5, 2015, Dave K said…

Scott try to catch up with you soon!

At 11:00am on July 18, 2014, JS said…

Hey Scott look forward to chatting with you.

At 11:09am on November 23, 2012, Tamer A. Mekhimar said…

Thanks Scott!

At 11:55pm on April 16, 2012, Tyler Jacobs said…

Hey thanks Scott!  nice to meet ya.  I bet we're related somehow.  :)

At 7:04pm on March 18, 2012, Bede, the Venerable said…

Scott, I was interested to see your profile information. I have my MM in organ performance. It is so rare nowadays to know that any one plays classical organ. I put online a recital I did many years ago. If you are interested I'll send you the link.


At 4:26pm on March 10, 2012, Carl Monster said…
Thanks for friending!
At 11:58am on March 1, 2012, Tyler Jacobs said…

Thanks for the comments, Scott!  Welcome to AoM!


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The Shirtless Man

Shirtlessness is the essence of manliness.
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Northumbrian commented on Ian Wilson's group Out to Build Bridges
"Even if it took me a long time to admit it, I am glad I did finally start coming out of the closet to people. At last I found out before I entered a relationship with a woman and ended up divorced as a result"
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Chad commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
"I too am about to reach the years mark and may need to trim it shorter again. Anything you wish you did before you trimmed it? Any suggestions to get through the stages of loss faster? Lol."
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Henrik Stroemblad added a discussion to the group Book Group


Anyone here ever read Biggles, by Cpt. WE Johns? I read the books more than any other books when I was a kid. Biggles taught me more about being a man than anyone else, real or fictional. Had about half of the 95 or so books that were written. Favorites were the WW1 ones, but they were all good.
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