Stewart M. Davenport
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Orwell's Rules of Writing

Started this discussion. Last reply by blackjack Apr 25. 14 Replies

Recently I was reading on several of the discussion threads and I found a few comments concerning certain community members' violations of these rules. I had never heard of them before now, so I…Continue

Your favorite things about raising a boy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam Strain Mar 27. 7 Replies

So today my wife and I found out that we are having a boy. This is our first child, so we are still experiencing everything for the first time, and it's a wild ride. We're very excited. I thought…Continue

Relatively new here; thought I'd say hello

Started this discussion. Last reply by Salt Dragon Feb 20. 2 Replies

Hello men,I'm not new to Art of Manliness, but I am new to the community. I thought I'd take the time to introduce myself. I'm almost 30, married for just over a year, and we have our first child on…Continue

Altoids tin Manliness Kit for 12 Year Olds

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kit the Odd Feb 19. 11 Replies

So my wife is pregnant with our first child. We don't know the gender yet, but regardless of the gender, I want to prepare a kit that is to be kept within an Altoids tin, along the lines of what is…Continue

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Stewart M. Davenport replied to Pale Horse's discussion Ugh, Again??
"Basically anything by Florida Georgia Line. All their songs sound the same.  CANNOT STAND Cotton Eye Joe nor Boot Skootin' Boogie! Several others, not all country, but I'm drawing a blank on them now. But if I heard them, I'd…"
Jul 12
Stewart M. Davenport replied to Steve M's discussion Equitable Restrooms: are Men losing their urinals?
"I was a janitor for several years, and cleaned both men's and women's restrooms in schools, businesses and public restrooms. Through all of my experience all those years, I learned a very important thing: it's a huge lie that…"
Jul 9
Stewart M. Davenport replied to Eric Lindberg's discussion What is the manliest job you ever had?
"I'm an electrician. My last job had me sewing undergarments. Either one is manly in my opinion."
Jun 19
Stewart M. Davenport joined Brian Burnham's group
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Remembering Dad

This is a group for men who have lost their fathers. It is a place to mourn, celebrate, and remember our fathers and a place for men to share experiences and draw strength from one another.See More
Jun 19
Stewart M. Davenport replied to John Muir's discussion Lost In Translation
""Embarrassed" would be "avergonzado." "Embarazada" is used all the time as "pregnant," but "embarazado" is rarely used as "embarrassed." Sorry if that wasn't that clear."
May 8
Stewart M. Davenport replied to John Muir's discussion Lost In Translation
"Spanish has a word "embarazada." It sounds like our English word "embarrassed" but really means "pregnant." The tricky thing is, Spanish has another word, "embarazado," which is rarely, if ever used, that…"
May 7
Stewart M. Davenport replied to Sir's discussion Leading a child to pray in the group Christian Men
"In my faith we are generally taught this model of prayer: Address the Father: "Dear Heavenly Father...", "Our Father in Heaven...", etc. Express thankfulness: "Thank you for the blessings we have received...",…"
May 2
Stewart M. Davenport joined Tookie's group
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Christian Men

Regardless of the specifics, we can all agree on one thing. Jesus Christ was the perfect Man who died and rose again for us such that we could have fellowship with Him
May 2
blackjack replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Orwell's Rules of Writing
"thank you for posting"
Apr 25
David F. replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion A parent thinks I'm too strict, I think I'm holding the boys accountable in the group Scouts & Scouters
"I have found the Scout Law and oath fairly solid.  We can argue interpretations on a few points.  That understood, most actual points where you have to step up and discipline / regulate the boys it works well. The Scout Law for those who…"
Apr 21
Sir replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion A parent thinks I'm too strict, I think I'm holding the boys accountable in the group Scouts & Scouters
"Hey, bringing in new and relevant info -- cool."
Apr 19
David F. replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion A parent thinks I'm too strict, I think I'm holding the boys accountable in the group Scouts & Scouters
"That does make it tricky.  But it sounds like he can't advance due to his own lack of care.  Hold him to the specifications just like every other boy."
Apr 19
David F. replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion A parent thinks I'm too strict, I think I'm holding the boys accountable in the group Scouts & Scouters
"I am a Cub Scout leader. If the guy can't, let him fail.  As a Cub Scout Leader I believe Boy Scouts is the time to let them, lead, fail and learn.  Hold him to the Scout Law.  If he is too busy to take the the time, he does not…"
Apr 19
Gentleman Engineer replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Orwell's Rules of Writing
"One would fail to discern such about the employer to which one would find allegiance."
Apr 13
Lumberjoe replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Orwell's Rules of Writing
"Sports analogies. Attend any business meeting of any kind anywhere in English-speaking North America and start counting the sports analogies. Brutal."
Apr 13
Kit the Odd replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion A parent thinks I'm too strict, I think I'm holding the boys accountable in the group Scouts & Scouters
"What does the young man think?  It sounds to me like your focus is where it should be - on helping the boys grow and develop into good young men.  But how are the boys responding?  Is the kid in question responding well, is…"
Apr 10

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http://www.stewartdavenport.com
Interests
Scouting, Outdoors, History, Politics, Leathercraft, Electronics, Coin Collecting, Star Trek
Books
Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter Series, Robert Langdon Series, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Anthem, The Book of Mormon, The Bible
Movies
Dead Poet's Society, Star Trek: First Contact, Inception, Follow Me Boys, Hamlet, Marvel MCU Series
Music
Matthew West, Imagine Dragons, The Beatles, Mumford & Sons, Five for Fighting, One Republic, The Eagles, Journey
Quote
"No man is more unhappy than he who never faces adversity, for he is not permitted to prove himself." - Seneca

"The greatest thing a man can possibly do in this world is to make the most possible out of the stuff that has been given to him. This is success, and there is no other. I t is not a question of what someone else can do or become which every youth should ask himself, but what can I do? How can I develop myself into the grandest possible manhood?" - Orison Sweet Marden

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Kit the Odd replied to David R.'s discussion Transgender Persons in the Military in the group The Great Debate
"One point I've seen raised a couple of places is the need for ongoing drugs and/or hormones.  Given the austere nature of the battle field that is a concern - just as it is for other conditions that require ongoing medical attention. On…"
1 hour ago
Liam Strain replied to Sir's discussion How politics destroys it
"Planned Parenthood. "
1 hour ago
Jay D replied to Sir's discussion How politics destroys it
"What is PP?"
1 hour ago
Kit the Odd replied to Sir's discussion How politics destroys it
"I think a lot of it does come down to what people consider part of their identity.  It is one reason religion can be such a sensitive topic. When you have embraced something in such a way that anything that does not support that thing is…"
1 hour ago
Liam Strain replied to David R.'s discussion Transgender Persons in the Military in the group The Great Debate
"Just to play devil's advocate - is it possible, that pervasive social stigma's which allow for bans against them (in various capacities, including this one) to pass political muster, could be a major contributor to that suicide rate? "
2 hours ago
Pale Horse replied to Sir's discussion How politics destroys it
"Odd, I was talking about this today twice, two different venues and instances. Sorry man, it sucks. Sometimes it doesn't matter how polite you are. It's what happens when someone gets too wrapped up in identity politics, which isn't…"
2 hours ago
Sean O' replied to Vendetta's discussion Men & Exercise
"I have been doing Brian Alsruhe's linear progression program (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dcr-JtlmtVc&t=836s) with a few changes to address my weaknesses and work around my disabilities. After the weights for the events are announced I…"
3 hours ago
Sir replied to David R.'s discussion Transgender Persons in the Military in the group The Great Debate
"I doubt you'll find a reliable answer on that:  it's too politically sensitive, so you'll get this: * Transgender suicide rates are high * Transgender persons have been know to suffer from [cause we would like the reader to blame…"
3 hours ago

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