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Stephen joined Bryan Heasty's group
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The Manly Cup of Tea

Proof that tea is for manly men! (yet we know grandma still makes the best)
Jul 6, 2013
Stephen updated their profile
Jul 4, 2013
Stephen commented on Thomas Palmer's group Manly Vegetarian Gentlemen's Club
"What is the Buddhist bowl? Is it a recipe? I'm always looking for new, quick, and easy vegan/vegetarian recipes. "
Jul 4, 2013
Stephen joined Thomas Palmer's group
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Manly Vegetarian Gentlemen's Club

A group for manly vegetarians to socialize, share recipes, and discuss health and related issues.
Jul 4, 2013
Stephen joined William Stubler's group
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AOM Buddhism

Buddhism is fascinating as a spiritual practice and as collection of rather sophisticated philosophies. There is something very manly about its emphasis on mental discipline and self awareness. I'll be posting discussions and links, enjoy!See More
Jul 4, 2013
Stephen joined Tim Plett's group
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The manly art of coffee

For coffee lovers and home roasters
Jul 4, 2013
Stephen joined Shaun Daws's group
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Men in the Kitchen

This groups if for those men who love to cook. It's a place to discuss techniques, recipes and suggestions. Bon apetit!
Jul 4, 2013
Stephen is now a member of Art of Manliness
Jul 1, 2013

Profile Information

Interests
Law, books, cooking, travel.
Books
George Orwell, Haruki Murakami, Paul Auster.
Movies
Casino Royale, Star Wars, The Big Lebowski.
Music
I love all genres. Favorite bands include The Clash, R.E.M., The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Radiohead.
Quote
Smooth sailing never made a skillful sailor.

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Chris J. left a comment for Matt J K
"Hey Matt! I hope you are doing well. Thanks for add, hope to chat sometime."
5 minutes ago
Elon Erani replied to Alan Robertson's discussion Personal Challenge Log -
"Alan Hi. How long ago did u start your routine of jogging & walking? U do it twice a week/ For 1/2 hr. I need to get into a routine. My depression is really zapping me of all my energy. I must lose weight & gain muscle. U r my guru. LOL.…"
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Rick Shelton replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"It may currently be 'hard' but when welfare was enacted all the way up to Clinton it wasn't required as much.  And even now it's not all that hard.  Plan 1:  Stay on welfare for 3 years, enroll in a school, get…"
15 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"Why is welfare a "benefit" and not a handout? JB"
19 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"Even with all of that -- 26-weeks, lower maximum, better enforcement, etc. -- it's still a handout.  It's just a better controlled handout. Its a tax and a government check with the candy-coated term "insurance" to make…"
20 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to John Muir's discussion The End of Quantitative Easing As We Know It in the group The Great Debate
"True, so it is possible that Keynes did not even consider 'drains' to the money supply in such a manner."
21 minutes ago
John Muir replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"Yep"
23 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"Some of what you propose has been used in the past to no effect.  For example a television show in the 60s about a ghetto black family (Dynomite!!!) included a father.  Purportedly the show was intended to provide positive characters.…"
27 minutes ago

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