Stephen Jashub Comstock
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Brown bag lunch ideas?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Oct 14. 11 Replies

I recently started work at a location farther from home, and now I cannot come home for lunch, and have to take my lunch with me. I am looking for some new ideas. Do any of y'all have any…Continue

Tent recommendations.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brother Joseph Oct 14. 8 Replies

I am looking to buy a new tent. I need one with plenty of room for the wife and I yet nothing that breaks the bank. The qualities highest on my list are;1. Price- affordable. I do not need any fancy…Continue

Favorite craft goods for men?

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What are y'alls favorite craft goods? I am am big fan of high quality handmade/craft goods. For example, I love Southern Electric light fixtures out of Nashville. So do you guys have any suggestions…Continue

Help me get into jazz?

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Eyeball Kid Oct 7. 13 Replies

Hello men, I have been trying to get into jazz. I am currently not very literate in the style. I know I do not like the more experimental and funky jazz styles, but I do love classic jazz and swing.…Continue

 

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Regular Joe replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"On Sunday, make a crapload of anything in a crockpot. When it's ready, divvy it up into lunch-sized portions in tupperwares / containers. Grab one on the way out of the house every morning. Either that or make a week's worth of sandwiches…"
Oct 14
Jared Burton replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"I recently came on full time so I to now have a lunch time to deal with as well. I'll occasionally just bring left overs. But mostly I'm not a fan of bringing lunch. I buy cans of tuna, bread, mayo, pickles, etc and make my lunch at work…"
Oct 14
Jack Bauer replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"Most days, I bring a big sub sandwich.  Thin-sliced ham, pepper turkey, roast beef, bacon, American, swiss, mustard, balsamic vinegar, hot sauce and salt/pepper chips (on the sandwich, not on the side).  I bring the chips, vinegar and hot…"
Oct 14
Upside down bloke replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"If you make a casserolle on the weekend you can take that with you to heat up.  Yum.  I tend to read in my lunch break or take a walk along the High St and sit in a cafe and have a coffee.  Just try to get away from work if I can.…"
Oct 14
Brother Joseph replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Tent recommendations.
"I love these spring bar tents. They are not as portable but for the cost I have found them to be as good if not better than your name brand spring bars. http://www.kodiakcanvas.com"
Oct 14
Brother Joseph replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"Leftovers, it's all about the leftovers. I've got to grilled brats and some homemade sweet potato fries just waiting for that lunch hour to come."
Oct 14
Keith D replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"Add in some horseradish? Yum! What type of bread to you like for you roast beef sandwiches?"
Oct 14
Pale Horse replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"I like roast beef sandwiches on toasted bread. Provolone cheese is preferred."
Oct 14
Nick H replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Tent recommendations.
"What do you mean by portability? Are you hiking with it or driving? Also, whatever you get, make sure you practice a few times in the living room or backyard before the maiden voyage. Opening a tent in the dark and or rain can be quite challenging."
Oct 14
Pale Horse replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Tent recommendations.
"Gander Mountain is where I go to cheer up."
Oct 14
Rick Shelton replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Tent recommendations.
"I just got a 5 man tent for my birthday.  Simple to set up and take down even for one person.  It's 7' x 10' Coleman, cost was about $150.  It's an excellent weekend tent for me and my son.  Large enough so we…"
Oct 14
Native Son replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"If you're working in an office.  Sandwich, cookies, crudites, bottle of water. Ritz snacker package, 2-3 Bonnie belle cheeses, fruit cup, drink. Add Thermos of coffee or tea if new, the remote office gets set up before any close-in…"
Oct 14
Keith D replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"This chicken salad is hands down one of my favorite lunches. We buy one rotisserie chicken either precooked or we cook it ourselves in a slow cooker and it makes enough for two day sof lunches for my wife and I. My oldest son loves it too (he's…"
Oct 14
David F. replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Tent recommendations.
"Durability & potability will raise the price. That being said.  Look for something that has a rain fly you can remove fully.  We just bought a tent that has a front area which is nice but the rain fly must stay on to make it work.…"
Oct 14
David F. replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Brown bag lunch ideas?
"I make extra helpings the dinner before and pack them into Pyrex before serving.  We got 2 times the amount of Pyrex we need to carry one lunch so one set can be in the dish washer. Otherwise we will pack what I call a plowmen's lunch into…"
Oct 14
Steve Dallas replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Tent recommendations.
"Whenever we get a new one, my biggest concern is going to be height. I want to be able to stand up and change in it. We just do the state park camping so I will also go a little bit bigger. Places like Bass Pro shop and Gander Mtn will have several…"
Oct 14

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At 5:47am on April 16, 2014, Vytautas said…

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/shouts/2014/03/libertarian-police-department.html

For you: "I was shooting heroin and reading “The Fountainhead” in the front seat of my privately owned police cruiser when a call came in."

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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