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A Modern-Day Miracle Man

Started this discussion. Last reply by Braeden the Desert Fox on Sunday. 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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Braeden the Desert Fox replied to Scott J's discussion A Modern-Day Miracle Man
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A Modern-Day Miracle Man

This week a man accomplished what many, many considered impossible: 50 triathalons in 50 states in 50 days.50 Triathalons in 50 DaysThere's gotta be 0 body fat on this guy!See More
Sunday
Scott J commented on Gregory Garland's group The Genealogy Group
"Anyone can volunteer to do indexing. I've been doing it going on 2 yrs now. FamilySearch has more information on how to participate for anyone interested."
Jun 19
Scott J commented on Robert Disque's group LDS Men
"A significant announcement today: The release of the Freedmen's Bureau records. Freedmen's Bureau Release"
Jun 19
Scott J commented on Gregory Garland's group The Genealogy Group
"A significant announcement today: The release of the Freedmen's Bureau records. Freedmen's Bureau Release"
Jun 19
Scott J commented on Robert Disque's group LDS Men
"It must be vent day. At least people are showing up. "
Jun 15
Scott J commented on Robert Disque's group LDS Men
"Welcome, Jon. I'm always encouraged to see new members make their presence known. Some join but stay silent. "
Jun 12
Scott J commented on Robert Disque's group LDS Men
"Sad News, for those who haven't heard. Today the Church announced that Elder Perry has rapidly progressing thyroid cancer that has spread, and is about to start hospice care. Deseret News story on Elder Perry"
May 29
Scott J replied to Chip's discussion Movie Scores. What are your favorites? in the group Film
"A few more came to mind: The Mission Two Mules for Sister Sarah Nightmare Before Christmas Beetlejuice The Big Fish Singing in the Rain Amadeus"
May 4
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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 4
Scott J replied to Chip's discussion Movie Scores. What are your favorites? in the group Film
"So many, to include: Braveheart Awakenings Pride & Prejudice Meeting Joe Black Interstellar Solaris Into the Woods (the original, not Meryll & Company) LOTR/The Hobbit "
May 4
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"Brody, is that your Dad?"
Apr 26
Scott J replied to Anthony Michel Perez's discussion First Caneras in the group AoM PhotoGroup
"My first camera (after the ever-present Instamatics) was a Nikkormat that I bought in Singapore when I was living there in 1969. That fell into disuse about 1980 when the lens focus failed, and being a young married with a baby, couldn't afford…"
Apr 13
Scott J posted a status
"Here's a great interview of Brett McKay about AoM.…"
Mar 15
Scott J replied to Mongoose's discussion Testosterone Level Question in the group Exercise
"It is exasperating. I've been on T replacement for nearly 20 years. Generally it's been an improvement. My levels are where they should be. My sex drive also "sucketh," but I can't increase the T because it elevates my red…"
Mar 12
Scott J replied to Regular Joe's discussion "Of all people in America, adult, white, heterosexual men have the fewest friends"
"Interestingly, Brett and Kate posted a Manvotional today on men's friendships. This time from a man's perspective. Granted, it was written in 1908, but there's still some food for thought…"
Feb 22

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Interests
Classical music (esp choral/organ), working out, massage
Movies
Too many to mention, but favorite is The Lion in Winter
Music
Former organ performance major. Favorite composer is Maurice Durufle. Favorite composition, his Requiem, followed by his organ works.

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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 6:04am on April 14, 2013, Timothy James said…

Enjoyed the chat yesterday. Take care, Timothy

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.

Davis

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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