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Bad-ass-ness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Feb 18. 101 Replies

I have seen a lot of .....for lack of a better word........ "Bad-ass-ness" recently. Now I am fairly open minded and realize that locations, occupations, experiences, physical ability, etc all…Continue

 

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Apr 14
Sean O' replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"Just a kwik update to "Three Cups of Tea". I read most of it. My Amazon review states: I finally could'nt stand the Bias, This review is from: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace One School at a Time…"
Apr 14
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Sean O' replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"Thanks. Just added it to me reading list."
Feb 27
Sean O' replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"Glad to hear it is a good read. Sorry to hear that the guy turned out to be a crook. Seemed like he was doing a good thing."
Feb 27
Sean O' replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"For school I am reading: A Combat Advisor's Guide to Tribal Engagement by Patrick James Christian A Tactical Ethic by Dick Couch The Moral Economy of the Peasant by James C. Scott When school is over next week and I start vacation I…"
Feb 26
Sean O' replied to Tayton Mahone's discussion I'm going to try Intermittent Fasting. Anyone else had ago? Anyone have any results?
"Most everything I have read on this recommended once a week."
Feb 23
Sean O' replied to Tayton Mahone's discussion I'm going to try Intermittent Fasting. Anyone else had ago? Anyone have any results?
"I read that and thought it was a cool as hell idea for a tattoo. I understand the complications of hyponatremia, but really feel it is not an issue with intermittent fasting. I have read several of Doc. Berardi's articles on this and feel it is…"
Feb 23
Sean O' replied to Tayton Mahone's discussion I'm going to try Intermittent Fasting. Anyone else had ago? Anyone have any results?
"Thanks. I dabble in medicine occasionally. I have been a paramedic and have run clinics in remote/austere locations for roughly the last 10 years. I will look into this scrabble thing you mentioned. It sounds fun."
Feb 23
Sean O' replied to Tayton Mahone's discussion I'm going to try Intermittent Fasting. Anyone else had ago? Anyone have any results?
"It really should not cause dehydration. Doc Berardi never says to limit fluid intake. If taken to the extreme (REALLY extreme) it could potentially cause "water intoxication" when you drink so much that you piss out all of your…"
Feb 23
Sean O' replied to Tayton Mahone's discussion I'm going to try Intermittent Fasting. Anyone else had ago? Anyone have any results?
"He is looking at intermittent fasting as a means of achieving a fitness/nutritional goal; not a religious one. Jesus has nothing to do with it. Be sure to keep that in mind for future reference."
Feb 23
Sean O' replied to Tayton Mahone's discussion I'm going to try Intermittent Fasting. Anyone else had ago? Anyone have any results?
"I have not tried it, but Doc Berardi is well respected in the fitness and nutrition community and feel it would be worthwhile. I would be very interested in hearing your results."
Feb 23
Sean O' replied to Seth Ballard's discussion Action and Adventure Series in the group Book Group
"No worries. I think I have read all of them in the Sharpe's series and enjoyed every one of them. I haven't read any of his others yet, but I would imagine they would be just as entertaining."
Feb 20
Sean O' replied to Seth Ballard's discussion Action and Adventure Series in the group Book Group
"The Sharpe's Rifles series of books by Bernard Cornwell are fantastic. Good action-adventure/historical fiction taking place during the Napoleonic Wars."
Feb 19
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Sean O''s discussion Bad-ass-ness
"Being a badass doesnt mean you dont get scared... you were holding out. Lol"
Feb 18
Carl Monster replied to Sean O''s discussion Bad-ass-ness
"No holding out, my life is pretty tame, but the timing was interesting, as that night I would be telling an assembled crowd (one of the largest in recent memory) that their stewardship of the place was lacking. That scared me more than any silly…"
Feb 18

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Reading, shooting, weight training, travel, photography
Books
Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, Devil's Guard by George Robert Elford, See No Evil by Robert Baer, The Definitive Book of Body Language by Alen and Barbara Pease, Moroland by Robert A. Fultan - Far too many to make anything resembling a complete list
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Bettye Lavette, Lizz Wright, Blue Harlem, Imelda May, Eartha Kitt, Kitty in a Casket, Creepshow, The Horrorpops,Dengue Fever,Mad Marge and the Stonecutters, Shaggy, The Pogues, 5FDP, Dropkick Murphy's, Flogging Molly
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God told Moses to send men to spy out the land of Canaan. He told him to send a man from each tribe. Twelve men were sent. They were to find out about the land and the people in the land. Moses said to find out if the people were strong or weak. Did they live in cities or in camps? He wanted to know what the fruit of the land was like, and if they had forests or not. He asked them to bring back some of the fruit that was ripe.

"Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled"


THE PILGRIMS :
We are the Pilgrims, master; we shall go
Always a little further: it may be
Beyond the last blue mountain barred with snow,
Across that angry or that glimmering sea,
White on a throne or guarded in a cave
There lives a prophet who can understand
Why men were born: but surely we are brave,
Who make the Golden Journey to Samarkand.

"We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm." ---George Orwell on a BBC broadcast, April 4, 1942


"When the highest and strongest drives, breaking passionately out, carry the individual far above and beyond the average and lowlands of the herd conscience, the self-confidence of the community goes to pieces, its faith in itself, its spine as it were, is broken: consequently it is precisely these drives that are most branded and calumniated. Lofty spiritual independence, the will to stand alone, great intelligence even, are felt to be dangerous; everything that raises the individual above the herd and makes his neighbour quail is henceforth called evil."

Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, 1886, 201


"Somewhere a True Believer is training to kill you. He is training with minimal food or water, in austere conditions, training day and night. The only thing clean on him is his weapon and he made his web gear. He doesn't worry about what workout to do - his ruck weighs what it weighs, his runs end when the enemy stops chasing him. This True Believer is not concerned about 'how hard it is;' he knows either he wins or dies. He doesn't go home at 17:00, he is home. He knows only The Cause. Still want to quit?"

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At 12:51am on January 15, 2012, Lucius Artorius Castus said…

Apologies for bringing the lunacy of idjit boy here, But i couldn't let that intended slight go....

At 7:30pm on January 14, 2012, Lucius Artorius Castus said…

I believe the "Military School" he "attended" was called the United States Air Force.

 
 
 

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