Stephen Jashub Comstock
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What is your post-dinner ritual?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Seitanist Dan Jun 10, 2015. 18 Replies

There has been a lot of talk on the site about morning rituals, but what about evening rituals? How do you men wind down and prepare yourselves for another day of labor?Continue

How can I be more civic minded?

Started this discussion. Last reply by John A. May 26, 2015. 7 Replies

I believe community involvement is an integral part of well rounded manhood, unfortunately as a military member I tend to be forced into a more transient and removed rut. I was curious if anyone here…Continue

Good industrial hand soap?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brad Williams Nov 12, 2014. 10 Replies

I usually have grease, tire black, gasoline on my hands when I come home for dinner and I am tired of spending 20 minutes just trying to be presentable for dinner. Can anyone recommend a good…Continue

Looking for a new shave soap?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Randy Walton Jan 21, 2015. 9 Replies

Hello men. I am nearing the end of my shave soap block, and I want to try something new. I like musk, whiskey, leather type smells and good lather. I thought about ordering something from Captain…Continue

 

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David Gilmore replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Keeping a reading journal.
"I've thought about doing the same thing. Even in reading pieces of fiction, I'm looking for lessons to learn and think a journal is a great tool for this. When I start doing it I will be more trying to answer questions about themes in the…"
May 16
tmntfan replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Keeping a reading journal.
"I have a file on google drive where I track books. Title, author, date finished, rating ( p for pass means everyone should read. M for meh means I liked it but not earth shattering and f for fail.). Then a quick opinion and thoughts on it. I…"
May 16
Duane replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion how many books do you read at one time? in the group Autodidacts
"It varies for me. Sometimes as few as one book at a time (for the really dense, deep, and cerebral books) to as many as 10 at a time."
Jul 7, 2015
Vytautas replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Looking for a good book about the Roman Republic? in the group Autodidacts
"Hi Stephen. I realize this thread is quite old, but I feel like I can offer my expertise up here. Michael Crawford's work is a comprehensive history of the Roman Republic. It can certainly be a little dry--let's be honest, all history can…"
Jun 17, 2015
Mongoose replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What is your post-dinner ritual?
"Just make sure you don't start over. Shower. Bed. Poop."
Jun 10, 2015
Pale Horse replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What is your post-dinner ritual?
"The only thing I consistently do after dinner is brood and take a shower."
Jun 5, 2015
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to Steve Dallas's discussion POTUS 2016 in the group It's Okay To Be An Ass: The Democrats of AoM
"What about O'Malley?"
Jun 4, 2015
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to Steve Dallas's discussion POTUS 2016 in the group It's Okay To Be An Ass: The Democrats of AoM
"Webb is my number one choice but I doubt he would make it."
Jun 4, 2015
jacksbuddy replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What is your post-dinner ritual?
"My afterwork routine is - play with the daughter, eat supper, watch some tv or read, after the baby girl gets her bath; go for a run, take my shower, then off to bed"
Jun 4, 2015
Rick Shelton replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What is your post-dinner ritual?
"Wash dishes, clean kitchen, homework, sometimes television, reading, kid showers, snack time, bed time.  If I'm running the next morning I will get my running clothes ready so I don't wake the wife."
Jun 4, 2015
Todd Serveto replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What is your post-dinner ritual?
"Nearly all of our evening activites (church, meetings, get-togethers) don't take place until seven.  My wife and I are big on suppertime together.  Normally, we'll have our supper, then before dessert, we'll clear the table,…"
Jun 4, 2015
J. D. replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What is your post-dinner ritual?
"I have a very young daughter at home and am a stay-at-home Dad, so my evening routine genersally revolves around her.  We usually eat when my wife gets home, somewhere between 6 and 7:30 at night, then is cleanup and dishes, play with the baby…"
Jun 4, 2015
QuackXP replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion What is your post-dinner ritual?
"Dishes/Laundry/Trash Then I do my pre-morning prep. I prepare my lunch for the next day, make sure everything is ready in my work bag, and get my clothes set out for the next morning. My wife showers at night so during that time I will put on the…"
Jun 4, 2015
Stephen Jashub Comstock commented on Zachary Waxman's group It's Okay To Be An Ass: The Democrats of AoM
"Hey y'all, pro-life, pro second amendment, blue dog democrat here. "
Jun 3, 2015
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Jun 3, 2015
Nick H replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Let's talk about prison reform. in the group The Great Debate
"There was a guy from my hometown who became famous for posting this ad in a Canadian newspaper in 2001. http://boingboing.net/2009/02/17/dopesmugglers-jobwan.html"
Jun 3, 2015

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At 1:49pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Only two things Steve:

Defense of the outcast.  That's definitely not what the rep is for white men in the South.   Jimmy Carter was among the first in my lifetime who stood up to plate on that one.

Libertarianism.  Great ideas, too bad it doesn't seem to work in the real world-I'm 55, been voting since 1976, and it Libertarianism has yet to take a hold realistically anywhere, in real time, in the United States. 

I'll compare:  Marxism:  Maybe some purist utopia that exists somewhere in the universe, probably not in our lifetime.

At 1:30pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Also, you may be wasting your time with Rand.

Walt

At 1:29pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Atticus Finch. "To Kill a Mockingbird" was required viewing in
Social Studies when I was in high school in CA 1970's.  Viewpoint of the writing was everything contradictory to popular racial ethos of the South.  No themes of Southern militarism.  I respect you deeply for wanting to serve in the military, would have gone myself if not 4f.  But, I'm a bit interested in how the younger generation is thinking.  Looked at stuff on your profile and the character of A. Finch seems far different than Southern military pride. (I'm native CA, all the men in my family served WWII and didn't go on a big thing about it.  Just something to think about.  I attended military school in the 1970s and am liberal politically but not anti-military.  Do any of these themes and the issue of what Finch was arguing against in the South at that time resonate with your knowledge of what the South has (still) traditionally stood for in terms of United States values overall?

At 12:39pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Gotta great bridge to sell you kid, out here in California...

At 7:42pm on March 3, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hey there Stephen, nice pipe! Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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