Steven Pipkin
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"How to Create a Lifelong Brotherhood" I think I'm gonna try this...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chu Kim Jun 20, 2013. 3 Replies

I'm sure you've all read the new article that was posted on AoM, and you know what? I think I want to try that. It could be fun.I might try posting this on craigslist. I typed it all up while at work…Continue

camping with a friend and his friends

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steven Pipkin Jun 20, 2013. 13 Replies

So I've been invited to go camping with a coworker that I get along with pretty well and his buddies. He says they usually go out to this area in the desert and go off roading and shooting. I've…Continue

 

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Steven Pipkin replied to Sheepdog's discussion A Man's E.D.C. (everyday carry)
"I carry: A watch A leatherman A whistle My waller A flashlight Lens cleaner (I wear glasses) I should carry a pocket first aid kit, but I haven't quite gotten around to that yet. But I figure the flashlight, whistle, and leatherman…"
Jul 10, 2013
Steven Pipkin replied to Kevin Lawson's discussion "You're Not a Man", said the woman.
"Personally, I don't let a woman tell me if I'm a man or not, in the same way I don't tell a woman that they're not a woman. I'll let real men decide if I'm a man or not, not some broad in a skirt. I don't even let…"
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Steven Pipkin replied to Chris Hamm's discussion Who Wears a Watch Anymore?
""What, don't know how to use watch as a compass?  Time to find out." Just did. Now that's interesting stuff."
Jun 27, 2013
Steven Pipkin replied to Chris Hamm's discussion Who Wears a Watch Anymore?
"I would love a good pocket watch. I keep buying ones where the clasp just stops clasping onto the lid of the watch. Big PITA.... But I used to wear a wrist watch a lot. I had a really nice one where it matched my class ring and this neclace I used…"
Jun 27, 2013
Steven Pipkin replied to Dave Peyton's discussion Using the phrase 'no homo' in conversation
"Yeah, I know of it. I think it evolved from gangster culture or most likely frat culture. They got a big issue with homophobia.   Men shouldn't need such a phrase. If anything I would use it to give my friends a hard time, but not in…"
Jun 23, 2013
Chu Kim replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion "How to Create a Lifelong Brotherhood" I think I'm gonna try this...
"Such a group should be organized around some cause. If it is merely a social group of guys hanging around together then how would that be different from a group of friends who know each other from college, work, etc.? The key to a more serious…"
Jun 20, 2013
Steven Pipkin replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion "How to Create a Lifelong Brotherhood" I think I'm gonna try this...
"Great tips man. I will for sure think on those. I like your method with hot topics, I will definitely use that! "I wonder if it would work better to join an existing one.  Orange County is bound to have several already.  Fraternal,…"
Jun 20, 2013
Sir replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion "How to Create a Lifelong Brotherhood" I think I'm gonna try this...
"Just to address one issue:  the way to discuss hot topics w/o flame wars is to insist they be phrased as statements about oneself.  This is my experience with God.  This is how I engage with cause X.  This is how I felt.  As…"
Jun 20, 2013
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"How to Create a Lifelong Brotherhood" I think I'm gonna try this...

I'm sure you've all read the new article that was posted on AoM, and you know what? I think I want to try that. It could be fun.I might try posting this on craigslist. I typed it all up while at work (on a separate laptop... otherwise I would show it to you guys) and I'm still trying to work some kinks out of it, but I think I'm gonna do it. I think I should give a basic introductory of myself, what I hope to get out of this gathering of men and what I hope they can get out of it, and then have…See More
Jun 20, 2013
Steven Pipkin replied to Stein's discussion Being called by your last name
"In high school, none of my classmates knew my first name, so they all called me by my last name. My friends obviously knew me as steve, but if I was walking to class, someone would always say "Hey Pipkin!" Was bit weird, but I kind of…"
Jun 20, 2013
Steven Pipkin replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion camping with a friend and his friends
"Ugh, I'm terrible with forums. We actually finally went out a few weeks ago, finally. After a few delays, we were able to make it out. So it was four of us, including myself (My buddy, his friend, and his step son.) We got a VERY late start…"
Jun 20, 2013
Greg Carter replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion camping with a friend and his friends
"Steven, I have to say your etiquette suggestions seem pretty sharp to me. I try expose people I know to the woods so I invite them camping when I can too. Definitely offer gas money these days, or offer instead to add to the food pot, or…"
Jun 2, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion camping with a friend and his friends
"Why ask whether you're a burden?  They already invited you.  Just don't be a burden.  Pull your weight, pay your share, and get your hands dirty.  Make sure you're doing your share, or more, of the work.  No…"
Feb 15, 2013
SteveSF replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion camping with a friend and his friends
"Ask your friend what they do about food. When i go camping with friends, we each take a meal and prepare it for everyone. That way we each only have to worry about one meal but everyone eats well the while trip. If that's not the way they do…"
Feb 13, 2013
Steven Pipkin replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion camping with a friend and his friends
"Hey guys, this is some great info! Just letting yall know I've read it. It looks like the camping trip has been post poned for a few weeks, so this gives me plenty of time to buy essential supplies and even ammo."
Feb 13, 2013
Karl Helweg replied to Steven Pipkin's discussion camping with a friend and his friends
"Camping here means wearing pretty much wearing the exact opposite of what you would want in a desert.  BDU pants sound best there since they are tough and breath a bit.  Do you have a .22?  That should still be cheap and…"
Feb 13, 2013

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