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What's in YOUR wallet?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alexander Benjamin Hays Nov 24, 2010. 57 Replies

Barbarians don't have wallets, but post what's in your wallet anyway.Me:NY State Driver's LicenseStudent IDDebit Card1x Credit Card$30 in cashAppointment card for PTCoffee loyalty punch card,…Continue

Hello, world

Started this discussion. Last reply by Topher White Jan 30, 2010. 9 Replies

Hello, my name is Stephen, and I have taken the plunge into joining an on-line community for the first time in a while. I think I will prefer to read rather than write, but we'll see.

 

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Alexander Benjamin Hays replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Cash Condom Pictures of my girl Business cards 5 Index cards (ghetto journal) Random used Guitar Center gift card from three years ago... Odd A playing card (I do magic) A note from above mentioned girl"
Nov 24, 2010
Gergely replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Hey Ian, Kudos for taking down your physique goals on a piece of paper ;)"
Nov 22, 2010
Gergely replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Cash Some change Credit card Some random calling card Medical care card Driver's license Car documents Bank account details (this might be a bad idea keeping it in my wallet, especially if it got stolen, although for any transaction the thief…"
Nov 22, 2010
Ian M replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Drivers licence Debit cards Credit card Gym Card Office ID card A post it note with with my physique goal for the next six months"
Nov 20, 2010
Shahan replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"ID card. Taxi-discount card. Certified First-aiders card. Library card. Bank-card/ATM card. Various business-cards. $475 in cash. Tram-tickets."
Nov 19, 2010
Penelope replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Uh-oh. Driver's license 3 credit cards 2 ATM cards 3 health insurance cards AAA card Organ donor card Starbucks Gold card 2 County Bar Association cards Bar card Federalist Society card Old Navy gift card 2 discount club cards 2 library…"
Nov 19, 2010
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Jul 13, 2010
Stephen Webb replied to Dave Amata's discussion Minimalizing my Closet
"You might want to make it a year to account for summer/winter change, but I did this a while ago and it really emptied my closet. The only thing on the right side I didn't get rid of was a few golf shirts, because I haven't had a golfing…"
Jul 7, 2010
Phi Huynh replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Various forms of ID Money Business cards Memory cards Old receipts It's a tri-fold wallet, soft leather, very comfortable to put into my pocket unless its engorged with receipts and other things."
May 29, 2010
Jordan Norton replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Depending on the week, some cash Debit Card Insurance Card Student ID TN DL Discount Cards- Rocky Top Books, Krogers, Food CIty Random Papers"
May 29, 2010
Alan Izar replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Drivers License Voting card (valid ID here in Mexico) Organ Donor Card Debit Card - Master Card Debit Card - Visa Student ID Visiting Scholar ID (Summer Research, just for a couple of months) $20 in cash Insurance card Receipts to be sorted I also…"
May 29, 2010
David Walker replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Periodic Table (I know, I'm a nerd) You mean you don't have this memorized?"
May 27, 2010
Jonathan Krull replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Also should add I keep the keychain versions of all those "rewards" cards, plus library cards, on my keychain. Soo much easier."
May 27, 2010
William Bentley replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"$52 in real money $20 in the fake stuff (Canadian) Debit card Drivers license Student ID (Now void due to GRADUATION!) A couple business cards Picture of a friend Hunters safety card Condoms Blockbuster card Subway card Randal's Adventure and…"
May 24, 2010
James C replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"Drivers license, health card, student id, debit card, $5 bill, and some change."
May 24, 2010
James Halcomb replied to Stephen Webb's discussion What's in YOUR wallet?
"I prefer a cardholder/moneyclip. Wallets always felt too bulky"
May 24, 2010

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Stephen Webb's Blog

The Manly Art of Expertise: Part I -- What is an Expert?

Posted on April 26, 2010 at 6:46pm 2 Comments

Every direction a modern gentleman turns, he is bombarded by the opinions of "experts". These "experts" guide his decisions with endorsements of products, lifestyle suggestions, politics, money, medicine, and any other part of a man's life. Many go along through life listening to the "experts" rather casually, adopting some suggestions, ignoring others. But frequently, these "experts" lack credentials, are paid off sponsors, are opining in a field beyond their knowledge, or outright lying to… Continue

The Art of Fine Dining

Posted on January 30, 2010 at 9:17pm 0 Comments

At some point in your life as a scholar and a gentleman, you will be called upon to pick a fine eating establishment. Maybe your friend is getting married, and you're a groomsman, or you and your boss are going out to celebrate a project you just finished, or maybe you're about to pop the question to that certain someone. With all the options, and with the associated expense of all of them, finding the right place with the right atmosphere and the proper price range can be daunting. Luckily,… Continue

Operation Tidy Up

Posted on January 28, 2010 at 8:48pm 1 Comment

My cubicle is a mess. The papasan chair in my bedroom is used a repository for sweaters, pants, and power cables. The floor is a bookshelf on its own. There is a large stack of shipping boxes under my desk, which is itself covered in old papers, electronics that no longer work, and forms I should have mailed three months ago. I have kitchen knives still in the package on the floor of my bedroom because my kitchen is so unorganized.



Enough is enough. February I begin Operation Tidy… Continue

The Importance of Proper Dress

Posted on January 26, 2010 at 11:46pm 4 Comments

After my Junior year in college, I took a job as a tutor for a private tutoring company. At the time, I had hair that ran halfway down my back, and that is no exaggeration. It wasn't nappy, greasy, or covered in split ends; in fact it was rather well-kept. For this new job, I had to lop it all off, and keep it above the collar.



I had spent many years getting my hair that long, it was a project I had taken some pride in. But I was also in college, and wanted to get a semi-professional… Continue

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At 4:12pm on February 1, 2010, Don Davis said…
Welcome to AoM, Stephen!
At 1:03pm on January 27, 2010, Dwane Lay said…
Welcome to AoM!

If you're a reader, you are welcome to join our book of the month club. Link is below, hope to see you there!

http://community.artofmanliness.com/group/bookofthemonth
At 11:24am on January 27, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Stephen. Welcome to AoM. Also, thought I'd give you a friendly invite to check out my relatively new group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
At 6:40am on January 27, 2010, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site !!!!
At 5:37am on January 27, 2010, thehuhman said…
Also, Stephen I noticed in your profile that among other things, you're into photography. We now have an AoM Photography Group, and its membership is growing all the time. Last summer, we held our first AoM Photo Contest. It was lots of fun, and a huge success! Want to join? The only requirement is that you love photography. If interested, here's the link: AoM PhotoGroup

At 5:37am on January 27, 2010, thehuhman said…
Welcome Stephen!
At 11:26pm on January 26, 2010, Brett McKay said…
Welcome to the community, Stephen! Glad to have you here.
 
 
 

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Jack Bauer replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
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Shane replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
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Shane replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
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manInTheMaking replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
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Jack Bauer replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
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David F. replied to David F.'s discussion When is it better to be morally correct knowing it causes a worse out come? (The failure of Abstinence only educations) in the group The Great Debate
"I agree very much that the world is not black and white.  It seems odd that we seem to have come to think it is.  While I was not alive in the main of the cold war, it seems to have driven black and white thinking. "
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manInTheMaking replied to David F.'s discussion When is it better to be morally correct knowing it causes a worse out come? (The failure of Abstinence only educations) in the group The Great Debate
"No its a pretty destructive state of being.  Again the world isn't black and white.  Accepting that is the first step in clearing the dissonance."
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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"I'm talking about two different statements you've made in this discussion in which you state two different things.  How about you make a stand and stay there.  Don't say rape is a bad thing but the mother should have to…"
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