Stephen Cox
  • Male
Share on Facebook
Share

Stephen Cox's Groups

Stephen Cox's Discussions

New guy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen Cox Aug 11. 2 Replies

Hello thereI'm the new guy, Stephen, from the Greek Stephanos meaning crowned one, or laurels. I have three kids, two boys and a girl. My ultimate goal is to make my boys great men and know that…Continue

 

Stephen Cox's Page

Latest Activity

Stephen Cox replied to Pale Horse's discussion They Who Shall Not Be Named in the group The Great Debate
"I have no idea why that posted twice"
Aug 13
Stephen Cox replied to Braeden's discussion Free Will in the group The Great Debate
"The ancient Norse called that Wyrd. Look it up, interesting read when you compare it to that."
Aug 12
Stephen Cox replied to Pale Horse's discussion They Who Shall Not Be Named in the group The Great Debate
"Portnoy, that statue commemorates a man of honor who followed his convictions. It also commemorates a piece of our history, right or wrong."
Aug 12
Stephen Cox replied to Cosmophile's discussion Looking to learn from other's experience / opinions regarding religion in the group The Great Debate
"Other than the George Carlin bit, you described my turn away from Christianity almost perfectly. I had heard the Carlin bit and just automatically labeled it sac-religious at the time. Now I hear it and it's hilarious. Love me some Carlin."
Aug 12
Stephen Cox replied to Portnoy's discussion N Korea in the group The Great Debate
"Final, permanent solutions are rarely easy or quick"
Aug 11
Stephen Cox replied to Pale Horse's discussion They Who Shall Not Be Named in the group The Great Debate
"How dare you lump Libertarians in with right leaning religious zealots?!"
Aug 11
Stephen Cox replied to Portnoy's discussion N Korea in the group The Great Debate
"US government; creating sand shortages in deserts since 1919"
Aug 11
Stephen Cox replied to Stephen Cox's discussion New guy
"Much appreciated"
Aug 11
Stephen Cox replied to Cosmophile's discussion Looking to learn from other's experience / opinions regarding religion in the group The Great Debate
"I am what I call a humanist heathen. Heathenry is the reconstruction of old Norse/Germanic pagan traditions. Except reason prevents me from believing in the Norse gods as real literal brings. As such, I respect and follow a lot of what the Norse…"
Aug 11
Stephen Cox replied to Portnoy's discussion N Korea in the group The Great Debate
"Thank you sir, for using Daesh instead of ISIS/ISIL. Says to me that you get it. In regards to NK, the truth of the matter, in my humble opinion, is that They are an ongoing problem and have been since the 50s. My father, a US Marine who was…"
Aug 11
David R. replied to Stephen Cox's discussion New guy
"Welcome, brother!  We are all glad you are here."
Aug 11
Stephen Cox joined Herb Munson's group
Thumbnail

The Great Debate

"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
Aug 11
Stephen Cox posted a discussion

New guy

Hello thereI'm the new guy, Stephen, from the Greek Stephanos meaning crowned one, or laurels. I have three kids, two boys and a girl. My ultimate goal is to make my boys great men and know that little girl recognizes what that is so she doesn't end up hurt or broken. I'm here to learn what makes great men.See More
Aug 11
Stephen Cox is now a member of Art of Manliness
Aug 10

Profile Information

Interests
Music, reading, history, shooting
Books
The Count of Monte Cristo, the Three Musketeers, Robinson Crusoe, Black Hawk Down
Movies
Anything action
Music
Classic rock, trad Irish
Quote
The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Art of Manliness to add comments!

Join Art of Manliness

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

Latest Activity

Sir replied to Adam Keynes's discussion If you had to choose a martial art to learn which would that be?
"Wapyāsu.  As in, "I am going to wapyāsu.""
5 hours ago
Braeden replied to Adam Keynes's discussion If you had to choose a martial art to learn which would that be?
"Hokuto Shin Ken."
6 hours ago
Adam Keynes posted a discussion
6 hours ago
Kevin Collier replied to Sir's discussion Total eclipse 8/21, US mainland
"Were were 10 miles from Carbondale, the top US spot. Boss shut down the shop, we grilled out and had a perfect view. Was a memorable experience!"
7 hours ago
Liam Strain replied to Sir's discussion Total eclipse 8/21, US mainland
"We had 97% in ATL. Were not able to make the drive north to see the full shebang (I got called in on a contrac), but should be able to see the next one in seven years. A couple shots from Little Five Points."
7 hours ago
David R. replied to David R.'s discussion Do you speak German fluently?
"Thank you, Christian.  Here are the English and the (Google) German translation.  (I am hoping that I was successful in attaching a file to my Word document.  I guess we'll just have to see if it worked.)"
11 hours ago
Christian Schmidt replied to David R.'s discussion Do you speak German fluently?
"I can help you with that. Native born German and pretty much fluent in English."
13 hours ago
Sir replied to Sir's discussion Total eclipse 8/21, US mainland
"Yes.  Saw a ring of fire around a black disk.  Supposedly it was the corona, but it was plenty bright. Had so much fun looking thru my 2 pinhole cameras, seeing it on my tablet, and an occasional look thru eclipse glasses."
13 hours ago

© 2017   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service