Steven Luke Sutphin
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  • Bennett, NC
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NORTH CAROLINA..."The State of Man". Welcome to our AoM Group. It's open to all North Carolinians.See More
Jun 24, 2013
Steven Luke Sutphin updated their profile
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Steven Luke Sutphin is now a member of Art of Manliness
Jun 23, 2013

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Interests
I like sports, my favorites being basketball, boxing, and UFC. I enjoy plaing music and throwing events with old friends to catch up on things.
Books
i don't really read books, but i do read magazines such as guitar world and fitness magazine.
Movies
My favorite movies would have to be Saving private Ryan, Forrest Gump, The Iron Giant, and Rocky 1-5, and Pulp Fiction.
Music
I like all music, from george jones, to frank sinatra, to metallica.
Quote
Ezikial 25:17, The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and tyranny of evil men. Blessed be he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepards the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost childeren. And i will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger for those who attempt to poison my brothers. And you will know my name is the lord when i lay my vengeance upon thee.

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At 12:48am on June 25, 2013, Larry said…

Welcome, Steven!  I like your Scripture quote!

 
 
 

Latest Activity

Regular Joe replied to Thomas James's discussion Paying off a large credit card debt vs. settlement? Are there pros? How bad are the cons?
"What you owe is a variable from the get-go based on the size of your payments, how long it takes you to pay back the money,how the lender decides to change the terms and conditions (which is his right), etc. In most settlements, the value of the…"
1 minute ago
Jack Bauer replied to Thomas James's discussion Paying off a large credit card debt vs. settlement? Are there pros? How bad are the cons?
"Seven years is how long it takes to drop off the credit report.  4-years is the SOL for filing a lawsuit on the debt. JB"
4 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Thomas James's discussion Paying off a large credit card debt vs. settlement? Are there pros? How bad are the cons?
"Why else would they do it?  ;)"
8 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Thomas James's discussion Paying off a large credit card debt vs. settlement? Are there pros? How bad are the cons?
"By the contract you agreed to.  Certainly principle and interest.  Penalties are arguable either way. JB"
8 minutes ago
Steve Dallas replied to Thomas James's discussion Paying off a large credit card debt vs. settlement? Are there pros? How bad are the cons?
"I thought it was 7 years? Hmm, learn something new. When I met my wife she was aiming for that statute of limitations, we hit it awhile back, but that makes more sense on how much her score has gone up"
10 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Thomas James's discussion Paying off a large credit card debt vs. settlement? Are there pros? How bad are the cons?
"I don't follow.  How would paying the debt sink you deeper into debt?  If you have to borrow to live so you can pay a debt, you can't afford to pay it.   If you're not impoverished, and are living above your…"
10 minutes ago
John Pound replied to MiCHAEL J K.'s discussion being myself
"I like what I read here Michael and I am sure others will too. You are adding value to the lives of others and that is definitely a manly trait. If you read the articles relating to the 3 P's of Manhood this would come under both the…"
15 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Thomas James's discussion Paying off a large credit card debt vs. settlement? Are there pros? How bad are the cons?
"If you repay less than you owe, the forgiven part is charity.  If you don't genuinely need it, you shouldn't accept it. JB"
21 minutes ago

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