Tyler M.
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  • Memphis, TN
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Pick Your Poison

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ruas Onid yesterday. 31 Replies

I'm sure not everyone here drinks alcohol, but I assume a majority do. Everyone's got their preference whether it be beer, wine, or liquor. So, what drinks do you find yourself pouring the…Continue

Learning Mechanic Skills/ Buying New Car

Started this discussion. Last reply by Judah Chadwick Oct 1, 2015. 11 Replies

I recently got the sudden urge to sell my '03 Impala (don't get me wrong, I still love that car and it was my dads) and buy an '85 Bronco that I found online. It's beautiful, lifted, semi-restored…Continue

Freezer/Microwave Meals

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Muir Jul 29, 2015. 17 Replies

A bit similar to the "Cooking for One" thread that's on the main page at the moment, but not quite.I live in a Barracks room by myself, so I'll also be cooking for one. However, the only cooking…Continue

Good Work Shoes for a 12-hour Shift

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kluk J. Aug 8, 2014. 8 Replies

Hey gents, I started my first "real" job about six weeks ago and I've run into a problem as the title suggests. I work 12-hour shifts on the weekends and am lucky if I get to sit down or stop moving…Continue


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Tyler M. replied to Joshua's discussion Favorite Truck?
"You can always change that. I'm 6'1 and still have to hop up into my baby. "
8 hours ago
Tyler M. replied to David R.'s discussion Profanity and Vulgarity
"Article about vocabulary and using "cuss" words:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/swearing-vocabulary-smarter_us_56707516e4b0fccee170417a I cuss very regularly (unless speaking to strangers) and max out English scores on any…"
14 hours ago
Ruas Onid replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Pick Your Poison
"I prefer whiskey over anything else...I have a few bottles of Johnnie Walker 15 years, a Yamazaki, and a macallan at home (weak collection I know), I usually drink when I have guests over, but we usually have it on the rocks.  to me its easy to…"
Tyler M. replied to Joshua's discussion Favorite Truck?
"I've always been a fan of old box bodies. My baby: 1979 GMC K1500 "
Randy replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Pick Your Poison
"Liquor: Gin, bourbon, rum.  Generally on the rocks.  Beer: Ale, lager."
Carl Monster replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Pick Your Poison
"In my old age; gin martinis. Love them. Love making them, and rarely get them out unless I know the bartender will make them to my standards. I even conclude each show of mine with a "honey, get those glasses chilling" so she knows to do…"
Weps replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Pick Your Poison
"For whisky definitely Canadian, particularly Black Velvet and Crown Royal.  BV and Ginger or CR and Coke are some good cocktails, need a Collins glass to make their properly, but any glass over 10oz works. Vokda, Stoli Red Label or Gold,…"
David F. replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Females in Combat Roles in the group The Great Debate
"For me if the person can do the job, let them do the job.  Not all men can handle every position nor should one expect every woman to handle all positions.  But for those who can, why not?   I do think we need to have all women and…"
Pale Horse replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Females in Combat Roles in the group The Great Debate
Tyler M. replied to Naveen's discussion Military Count Drills needed
"So stretches or warm ups are what you're looking for. "
Tyler M. replied to Naveen's discussion Military Count Drills needed
"Just look up "Four count exercises" on Google. You should be able to find plenty. If you're not satisfied with that, I'll try to give you some more. "
Regular Joe replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Pick Your Poison
"I've never tried becherovka. How is it? "
Sergey Novinet replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Pick Your Poison
"I do not prefer to mix any alcohol at all. There were some happenings when I mixed beer, wine, vodka, gin, beherovka as I was drunk and didn`t undertstand what alcohol I`m drinking.. The hardest thing is to control what are you…"
Tyler M. replied to Joshua's discussion Cars Impression
"I like confusing people's first impressions by stepping out of my giant, muddy, thirty-seven year old truck wearing really nice casual button-downs and cotton pants. "
Jan 23
Tyler M. replied to Themetalman's discussion GREETINGS FROM TENNESSEE !
"Greetings from a Memphian! (Or should I say Memphrican?)"
Jan 21
Regular Joe replied to Tyler M.'s discussion Pick Your Poison
"Keep us posted! I'd read it!"
Jan 18

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"I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country" -Nathan Hale

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At 12:17pm on March 13, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Then, if you really think you want to give your life for your country, do it.  Don't chickenhawk it, young man.

At 5:08pm on March 11, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Checked again on my profile: No flaming gay whiny (not even the word gay).  Rather Rolling Stones, Zeppelin, Eagles....

At 4:49pm on March 11, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

I stand corrected.  Do have a profile, initially made the mistake of logging in under different addresses.  

Anyway, the more extensive one lists Steinbeck, Tortilla Flat, etc.  Real CA stuff, huh? Answer: Yes

Real flaming in your face whiny gay victim stuff, huh?  Answer:  No

At 5:54pm on March 10, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Seems strange to me that you referenced my profile.  I don't really even have one posted online

The stuff you wrote reads like something spit out of a sound bite from the Fox News people-if I really was this whining homo victim I doubt I 'd have led the life I had.  I think you may be far too young to be making such grandiose blather, and it doesn't even sound original, guy.  Very Truly Yours, Walter

At 9:55pm on December 31, 2011, Herb Munson said…

Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!


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