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Radio Interview with Brett

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael J. Austin Apr 18, 2010. 8 Replies

This hasn't made it on the air - yet. I work for a local talk radio station and wanted to interview Brett. Too bad the show hosts weren't interested in it. I thought you gentlemen might enjoy it…Continue

Missing it Here

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Daniels Apr 13, 2010. 1 Reply

I haven't been very active in the community for a little while. Life tends to get busy so between two jobs, a full-time school schedule and starting my own site, I haven't been able to participate in…Continue

Is Chest Hair Tacky

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael1359 May 7, 2010. 80 Replies

A couple of the posts on the thread about good undershirts mentioned the fact that chest hair looks tacky…Continue

More Recognition for Brett and Kate

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clayton L Mar 4, 2010. 5 Replies

I just wanted to say congrats to Brett and Kate. They were on the new Ning Newsletter. Ning sends out periodic emails to their network creators about new apps and ways to promote your network, and…Continue

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J. D. replied to Tanner's discussion Does Current Church Culture Emasculate Men? in the group LDS Men
"Stephen Larsen:  This is exactly why I left the singles ward at 26 years old.  I couldn't take it any more.  All those things you said about how the young men in your ward act was the same in my ward.  Guys absolutely would…"
Apr 11, 2014
Tanner and Jordan Jesse McGilvray are now friends
Aug 7, 2012
Tanner replied to Chadd's discussion Dressing Nice and Carrying Concealed
"That's what I do. I also don't have it right in the center but midway between the side and center. That way it won't poke out if you're wearing a jacket with a center vent. The small of your back is also the place that is going…"
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For those who work with leather, whether it be small projects, saddle making or anything in between.
Nov 26, 2011
Tanner and kevin webster are now friends
Nov 26, 2011
Rockozt replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"The Gerber Bear Grylls stuff...walk on past it...   I tried one of the folders, it's "ok" at best...made cheap, especially for the price. I've seen vids on the fixed blade, as well as the larger Parang, and they simply…"
Nov 18, 2011
Tactical Daddy replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"As Sir Henry Royce (co-founder of Rolls Royce): "Quality remains, long after the price is forgotten". Just remember that expensive doesn't necessarily equal quality!"
Nov 18, 2011
Mike S. replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"Touche."
Nov 18, 2011
Tactical Daddy replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"Who cares?!? It's a great topic!"
Nov 18, 2011
Michael Morris replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"Well, I usually carry a K-Bar too if that makes you happy."
Nov 17, 2011
Lukus Albin replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"One of the boys in my squad had a ASEK and it's a great knife but I'm not sure if I'd get one.  "
Nov 17, 2011
Michael Morris replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"I always take my Gerber ASEK with me on hikes and camping trips. A point to puncture cockpit plexiglass (or skulls), a smooth portion to hammer with, electrically isolated handle, a good blade with a sharpener built into the sheath, set up for…"
Nov 17, 2011
Craig McCurdy replied to Tanner's discussion Best Fixed-Blade Survival Knife
"The best" Survival Knife"is the one you have with you when CaCa hits the Rotating Oscillator. A great knife for the money is the Mora #1 it is the knife most Survival& Wilderness schools recommend for their students they are sharp as a…"
Nov 17, 2011

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What You Should Do Before Signing a Contract

Posted on February 25, 2010 at 1:38pm 2 Comments

Throughout your life you’re going to have to sign contracts. They may be for a credit card, a car purchase, a rental agreement or any number of other things. But unless you plan on being 100% self sufficient you’re going to have to sign them.…

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Internet Etiquette from the Art of Citizenship

Posted on February 23, 2010 at 2:12pm 0 Comments

Proper etiquette and good citizenship go hand in hand. As politically informed or active as you may be,…

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NATO Alphabet

Posted on February 19, 2010 at 4:41pm 1 Comment

Have you every tried to spell your name out to someone over the telephone? How about give your loan officer the VIN of your car? The phonetic differences between B, C, D and E are pretty small when they’re mixed in with a bunch of different letters and numbers.



Thankfully the military has had a solution for this for a number of years. If you’ve ever heard a report on a police radio or at least watched a military film, you’ve probably noticed the use of words in replace of… Continue

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At 11:01pm on February 18, 2010, Brett McKay said…
Have not heard of those bands. It's been awhile since I've checked out the scene.
At 10:51am on January 27, 2010, Gabriel Amza said…
Hi, I'm a photojournalist by trade and heart though i've tried my hand at writing politics page for a newspaper a few years back. It was an interesting experience i wouldn't want to repeat. :D
At 1:17am on January 26, 2010, Marc Neilsen said…
Yeah, while I was in high school and for the early part of my time at Utah State University, I was really into the ska/reggae scene. I have to agree, the scene here at one time was phenomenal, but it has died down as of late. I didn't know about the AOM Utah group, I'll have to check it out. Thanks for the heads up!
At 12:09pm on January 19, 2010, DH Taylor said…
Hey Tanner, Thanks for starting the discussion in the AoM Utah group. I'm trying to think of some ideas to help get the group growing and more active. If you have any ideas, I would love to hear them. Thanks again.
At 5:57pm on November 9, 2009, Herb Munson said…
Hey there Tanner. Welcome to The Great Debate group. Glad to have you aboard.
At 5:18pm on October 20, 2009, Yankee Cowboy Bob said…
Thanks for the friend add. Since I'm a troublemaker, YOU will be guilty by association. Bwahahahaha!
 
 
 

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This is a GSRM (Gender Sexual Romantic Minorities or LGBTQ+) group.  But And straight men and cis-men are encouraged to join as well.However, unlike the already established AoM group "Gay and Bisexual Men", this group is wide open, no privacy settings enabled.  The overall purpose of the group is to encourage conversations between the straight and non-straight communities.  This already happens in AoM, but it is scattered.  And it can't happen in the private "Gay and Bisexual Men" group.Debate…See More
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