Scott L Ferrell
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Nov 16, 2012. 63 Replies

I have to vent somewhere. Last Sat, I went to a funeral service. Black suit, white shirt, black tie sapphire tie tack, black wingtips. i was surrounded by men in their 30s and 40s in shorts and…Continue


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Old cars
Dressing well
Martial arts
Weight lifting
Detective novels
Car chase, gangesters, Bogart
Frank Sinatria
Big band
A man is not a man until his daddy says so.

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At 8:17pm on January 29, 2014, Penelope said…

The police should have referred you here.  Your local hotline is 216-619-6192.

At 2:39pm on October 30, 2013, Matt195 said…

You are so correct, Scott.  All any of us can do is take one moment at a time and not worry about the past nor look too far into the future.  The only future any of us are guaranteed is in the after life.  Our days here on earth are numbered but one day we will be with Him for eternity.

At 3:30pm on March 5, 2011, Carl Monster said…

Thx for friending.

"Glad to give me hope?" That's typically my line, LOL

Srlsy, glad (and amazed) to do so.

At 9:22pm on November 8, 2010, Bruce Uall said…
Hey Scott, It's been a long while since I've been able to followup on the comments left at The Shirtless Man. First, welcome to the group. It's interesting to see that your interests also include dressing well. There is obviously balance in your life. I had to chuckle, though, when you mused about the problem of not wearing a shirt while driving. We live and we learn. What you learned is that your next car should have cloth seats. They are warmer in winter and cooler in summer, easier to clean and less expensive...that is, if you can get past the status that leather unfortunately conveys. Having fabric car seats is, of course, the manly choice because it affords you the option of having it both ways... well dressed or shirtless freedom. I hope to hear from you again at The Shirtless Man. Cheers, Bruce
At 1:23pm on August 16, 2010, jameson said…
It's definitely setting personal records. I like knowing that I'm getting better over time, and that I'll hopefully still be doing this for decades to come. You might check out the AoM group, Heavy, if you haven't already.
At 1:16pm on August 16, 2010, jameson said…
That's awesome! I hope to form a group myself, actually. If you're ever in the mood for a fieldtrip with the guys, check out westside-barbell. com. Looks like they're a 2 hour drive for you. This club turns out some of the best powerlifters in the world.
At 12:58pm on August 16, 2010, jameson said…
I see you're a weightlifter. Competitively? Have you ever made the trek down to Columbus and visited Westside Barbell (powerlifting)?
At 1:40am on August 3, 2010, Stephen Larsen said…
Thanks for joining Fans of Animation. :)
At 6:51pm on August 2, 2010, Mal said…
It is amazing, how men have forgotten there manners, and how to dress!
At 3:24pm on June 17, 2010, Todd Serveto said…
I'm in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma
I'm originally from Illnois. I've been to Ohio before, but just passing through.
Do you do Yahoo IM? I'm me there, too, if you'd like.

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