Vytautas's Friends

  • MiCHAEL J K.
  • Tyler
  • Daniel Rodriguez
  • Henry
  • Augustin
  • Victor Szepessy
  • Rory Average
  • Jesse Dijkstra
  • Braeden D
  • David K.
  • Dino Silone
  • Ricky
  • Stephanos Kythreotis
  • Liam Hirst
  • Stephen Jashub Comstock

Vytautas's Discussions

Reading Novels Makes Us Better Thinkers

Started this discussion. Last reply by cresman Aug 13, 2013. 66 Replies

The novel has a hard time competing with the visual stimulation of cinema. The novel taxes our imaginations and our time because we must be actively involved with it and committed to it. But this…Continue

Martial Morality

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ricky Nov 2, 2013. 68 Replies

In a recent discussion group I was confronted with the idea of total, conventional, attrition-style warfare as a simplistic solution to the vagaries of counter-insurgency.And simultaneously I came…Continue

 

Welcome, Vytautas!

Latest Activity

Vytautas replied to Zachary Gougar's discussion Greek help in the group The Philhellenes
"I find that repetition is the best teacher. Say them out loud, chant them, write them out a 100 times."
20 hours ago
Zachary Gougar joined Vytautas's group
Thumbnail

The Philhellenes

For topics of Greek culture, ancient and modern--release your inner Lord Byron!See More
yesterday
Vytautas replied to Augustin's discussion The Mask You Live In - Don't tell boy to man up! (Says video)
"If there was a singular way in which men "see the world and process things.""
Saturday
Vytautas replied to Augustin's discussion The Mask You Live In - Don't tell boy to man up! (Says video)
"I tend to agree that setting up clearly false gender dichotomies with loaded phrases like "be a man" is not a positive thing for youngsters."
Saturday
Vytautas left a comment for Stephen Jashub Comstock
"http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/shouts/2014/03/libertarian-police-department.html For you: "I was shooting heroin and reading “The Fountainhead” in the front seat of my privately owned police cruiser when a call came in.""
Apr 16
Vytautas replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"Facts are never dull."
Apr 16
Vytautas replied to Harrison Brace's discussion What are you guys reading now?
"Peter Brown is a great writer and historian."
Apr 14
Vytautas replied to Josh Allen's discussion If you can tell me what religion you are then you are in a prison.
" "
Apr 12
Vytautas commented on Benjamin K.'s video
Thumbnail

758665_527966687253581_364976643_n

"Do you even lift bro?"
Apr 10
Vytautas replied to Billy Street's discussion Does 'Man History' Exist? in the group History Buffs
"No."
Apr 9
Vytautas replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion The Position of Gender
""women and children can afford to be carless, but not men" Well children can't even drive so yeah they definitely can afford to be carless. "
Apr 7
Vytautas replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion The Position of Gender
"Yes. But it is little surprise that presenting the definition of gender to the AoM community could kick off a flurry of ill-informed butthurt about said named definition."
Apr 7
Vytautas replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion The Position of Gender
"Gender and how we view the roles and abilities of the different sexes are both socially constructed."
Apr 7
Adam Wall joined Vytautas's group
Thumbnail

The Philhellenes

For topics of Greek culture, ancient and modern--release your inner Lord Byron!See More
Apr 3
Vytautas replied to D.J.'s discussion Feeling Unaccomplished
"That's some awesome sexism there, Paul."
Apr 2
Vytautas replied to Regular Joe's discussion Weird & Funny Anecdotes
"He looks like a much less schlumpy Robb Schneider. In other news, King Abdullah II also likes to sky dive, rides motorcycles in America, and flies Blackhawk helicopters. All-around BAMF."
Mar 31

Profile Information

Interests
Books & language
Quote
Live life without rushing; death won't be late.

Vytautas's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Vytautas's Blog

A Prayer, A Hope

Posted on April 4, 2012 at 2:25pm 0 Comments

I pray and hope that all AoM members in Texas and their families are safe in the wake of the destructive tornadoes that struck the Dallas/Fort Worth area yesterday. Be well!

A Recent Instance in Which I Was Censored

Posted on April 3, 2012 at 2:00pm 2 Comments

It was but this morning when a fellow member's blog appeared on the front page. Its title, raising awareness about government regulation in a certain industry, intrigued me, so I clicked, and I read it thoroughly. The post amounted to a lot of slogans without much substance to the actual argument, and therefore I brought up some of these issues in the comment section.

 

The author and I ended up participating in an exchange, which was civil and on the whole rather bloodless,…

Continue

On Closing Blogs to Commentary

Posted on April 2, 2012 at 9:18am 5 Comments

When we create a blog post on this site, we are sharing with the community. We may be sharing our personal lives, reviewing the latest (albeit, 80+years old) shaving gear we bought, entertaining our fellow members with the history of facial hair, or arguing our political views in an essay.

 

When we, the members of this site, create a blog post, we are injecting our own ideas, however small, petty, or provincial, into the marketplace of…

Continue

Comment Wall (9 comments)

You need to be a member of Art of Manliness to add comments!

Join Art of Manliness

At 1:21pm on November 26, 2013, Dave said…

"I encourage you to join and take part in our discussions, which range from the humorous to the intellectual. I won't hide my purpose: I think that the Golden Dawn party is a terrible evil, and I want to convince you of that."

No

At 10:37am on October 16, 2013, Dino Silone said…

Ah, A gyro!  I thought I'd never get good Greek food again after I moved out of Astoria.  But it turns out that there are some decent Greek restaurants and even one excellent one here on the West side of the Hudson...

At 12:16pm on October 15, 2013, Dino Silone said…

Thanks for the welcome!  I can't contribute much on classical Greek, but am a real fan of Greek music and food - born and raised in "Little Athens" (Astoria, NY), and lived there until my mid-30s....

Are there any other Greek or Greek-inspired musicians out there?

At 12:27pm on October 2, 2013, Stephanos Kythreotis said…

Εγω ειμαι απο κυπρο αλλα τωρα ειμαι αγγλια για σπουδες

At 4:10am on October 2, 2013, Stephanos Kythreotis said…

Γεια σου! 

εισαι απο ελλαδα?

At 11:18am on May 21, 2013, C.C. Dolph said…

Hey, Vytautas. Thanks for the request. I'm glad to have you on my friends list.

At 12:09pm on May 29, 2012, Daniel Bull said…
Hello, Vytautas. Thanks for the invitation. I teacg Classical Greek. If you need any help just ask.

Daniel
At 4:55pm on April 24, 2012, John Thomas said…

Vytautas~

How are you. Sorry I did not introduce myself earlier, when I joined. AOM and on-line activities keep taking a back seat to work.

 

I am a "Hellene".The last name might put you off its literally Θωμάς

Im glad you put up this site. I took ancient an ancient Greek class many  many moons ago. Just want to read and brush up (or relearn really). Times the biggest factor. The church I attend is in 100% Koine/Byzantine greek, except the father will give the sermon in demotic and english.

Lately I've been preparing for professional practice examinations in engineering. Taking up most of my free study and reading time.

 How long have you been studying greek? Im glad you put the group on the site!

At 8:51am on April 4, 2012, Carl Monster said…

Hey, thanks for friending!

 
 
 

Latest Activity

Jai Chipperfield posted a discussion

What to wear to a vineyard

I'm going to a wine tasting and vineyard tour event. There's also a bit of networking opportunities to be had. Any ideas of what to wear? My natural instinct always leads me to a waistcoat. Maybe a suit. Maybe a tweed jacket. But if I'm touring a vineyard, there's a possibility it could be muddy. Then there's the wine tasting and networking with possible future employees, I still need to be on top form with my clothes. Any ideas?See More
2 minutes ago
Walter B. Pewen replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Also Mike clearly we're different.  Betcha I've seen more of your side of the fence than you've seen mine, huh?"
3 minutes ago
Jason replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Sand... well damn I've been using crushed glass on my mangina... hahahaha"
10 minutes ago
Michael D. Denny replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Walter, the troll here is you. As is generally the case. "
18 minutes ago
Walter B. Pewen replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Besides John, I don't visit the site all the time so how can I possibly keep up on all the trends?  Busy with my "man" stuff of orthopedic surgery. Kisses, Walt"
26 minutes ago
Walter B. Pewen replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"If all you've got is trite clichés about "gay victim" you need to get a hobby John.  Other than trolling.  "
29 minutes ago
Michael D. Denny replied to John Muir's discussion Bulk Shopping For Staples
"Hummus. It's like gravel trying to do an imitation of grits. "
38 minutes ago
John Lee Pettimore replied to Lev Nikolaevich's discussion Thoughts on Sexuality: Does It Matter?
"Who resurrected this POS thread? *pages back* Oh. Why am I not surprised. Guy can't go 24 hours w/o playing the gay victim."
39 minutes ago

© 2014   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service