"In the Spirit of Socrates/Plato. There probably exists a perfect idea of someone who personifies this site. But is it a real person like a great leader or someone fictional like the Dos Equis guy? I think manliness comes in moments. Like…"
"Well when I first read this The first MAN that comes to mind is from the advertising campaign for Dos Equis, The Most Interesting Man in the World.
I wish I could have thought of someone Like Jesus or Hemingway, but that is my answer and I am…"
"Mr. Paul Newman! B.A. in movies and humble in life. Got into racing cars, fought for political beliefs and what he thought was right, and knew when he had enough money, so did everything he could to make other's lifes better.
Him or Mr. Rogers.…"
"Yeah, that's pretty hard to excuse. Although, you have to give respect to any man who has the cojones to walk down the street dressed like that. Admirable? Yes. Manly? I'll leave that to personal interpretation."
"No. Richard Simmons is not manly. While certain aspects of his life certainly are admirable, and fit some parameters, other aspects of his life and personality utterly fail in all senses of masculinity and manliness. We can say he is a good person.…"
"Who else could they be?
Seriously, I think white-collar men project onto blue-collar that they are happy with their lives and don't think about this much -- because they're all natural. A survey might be helpful. An informal…"
"That walk would cost $10~20b tops. Meanwhile:
The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on United States Taxpayers (2013) $113b/yr
The Fiscal Cost of Unlawful Immigrants and Amnesty to the U.S. Taxpayer…"
"Before your last sabbatical you mentioned it and asked me tell you what I thought of it.
My thoughts are mixed. Mind you this was pre election so events since might make my thoughts from the time seem more or less off.
I liked his view on China.…"
"I will admit some I don't think I would have made it through without long commutes and audiobooks. Atlas shrugged for example. Not bad story overall but the philosophically bits like the part where Francisco goes into a speech on objectiveism.…"