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Scott J's Discussions

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

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Waters Feb 11. 21 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

 

Scott J's Page

Latest Activity

Scott J replied to Hannah Carroll's discussion Rows and Bros- The Manly Art of Knitting??
"I like the cowl. Can't really see much of the scarf."
Saturday
Scott J replied to thehuhman's discussion What Condition our Condition is In... in the group Men Over 50
"Definitely. Just part of my yearly physical. If men want to live long, productive lives, they need to be proactive. That's how things can be caught while they're still treatable. Denial can be one of the dumb aspects of the male ego."
Saturday
Scott J replied to Hannah Carroll's discussion Rows and Bros- The Manly Art of Knitting??
"Love it."
Nov 20
Scott J replied to Hannah Carroll's discussion Rows and Bros- The Manly Art of Knitting??
"Thank you, folks. It was therapeutic in a way."
Nov 20
Scott J replied to Hannah Carroll's discussion Rows and Bros- The Manly Art of Knitting??
"This was the first of three, in natural wool."
Nov 20
Scott J replied to Hannah Carroll's discussion Rows and Bros- The Manly Art of Knitting??
"Speaking of being productive, Shane, why not find something more positive to do than trying to turn a well-intended thread with your backhanded, belittling smartassness. No one needs it."
Nov 20
Scott J replied to Hannah Carroll's discussion Rows and Bros- The Manly Art of Knitting??
"I cranked out a couple of those Irish cable sweaters last year after not picking up needles for quite a few years. My hands like having something to do. I love the masculine look of those heavy knits, and they're very warm."
Nov 20
Scott J replied to Renan Felipe dos Santos's discussion Hello from Colombia
"Welcome, Renan. It's good to have you here."
Nov 15
Scott J replied to Ian Wilson's discussion Bisexuality in the group Out to Build Bridges
"I think most men are between 1 and 6. Sexuality is complex stuff."
Nov 14
Scott J replied to Ian Wilson's discussion Bisexuality in the group Out to Build Bridges
"And, I think I can presume, neither do you want to be sexual with everyone you DO find attractive. But that's their fear. So their fear of safe touch/contact/and-yeah-even-affection overrules something they are missing."
Nov 13
Scott J joined Ian Wilson's group
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Out to Build Bridges

This is a GSRM (Gender Sexual Romantic Minorities or LGBTQ+) group.  But And straight men and cis-men are encouraged to join as well.However, unlike the already established AoM group "Gay and Bisexual Men", this group is wide open, no privacy settings enabled.  The overall purpose of the group is to encourage conversations between the straight and non-straight communities.  This already happens in AoM, but it is scattered.  And it can't happen in the private "Gay and Bisexual Men" group.Debate…See More
Nov 13
Scott J commented on thehuhman's group Men Over 50
"I've been awake for both of mine, found it interesting.  "
Nov 12
Scott J replied to Eric Johnson's discussion Good Morning Gentlemen
"Welcome, Eric, to the site. I took a glance at your blog -- some great thoughts there. You'll make a great addition here. Scott J SLC"
Nov 9
Scott J commented on DH Taylor's group AoM Utah
"Welcome back to Utah, d'A. Ditto on the married with 2 grown kids (sons). Also, Welcome Chris L. Maybe we'll get some life back into this otherwise quiet group."
Nov 5
Scott J joined thehuhman's group
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AoM Mac Users Group

If you're a Mac user, and just generally love all things Apple, this is your group. You'll find tips, tricks, kb articles, and tons of current Apple & Mac resources. SIGN UP today, and be sure to list your stuff!See More
Nov 1
Scott J replied to Nicko Lastblite's discussion It’s Nothing Really
"And apparently at least part of what motivates many men to come to this site. It is an interesting observation, Nicko. Hopefully it would induce some real thought, and maybe a little less sarcasm."
Nov 1

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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 11:00am on July 18, 2014, JS said…

Hey Scott look forward to chatting with you.

At 5:25pm on April 17, 2014, Henry Manox said…

Your friend Matt sent me an e-mail.  Thanks

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, Davis 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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