Walter B. Pewen
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Walter B. Pewen replied to Ian Wilson's discussion What Would It Take? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"This type of discussion regarding homosexuality is a waste of time in the real world.  Most male homosexuality is biologically determined. Exceptions are situation based, such as in penal institutions.  The guys who are like the general…"
Jun 26
Walter B. Pewen replied to Ian Wilson's discussion What Would It Take? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Just looked at a post you did some time ago cause I occasionally randomly look at what guys are saying here, not trolling, just interested. Watch it young man regarding La Vey and his church.  Those people picked me up when I was hitching…"
Jun 26
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"What question?"
May 22
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Thanks.  Same as my take-how would I know what straight guys actually go through?   I can sort of identify, but I can't actually make the call."
May 22
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"The real only problem I had briefly with the religious issue of coming out was solved briefly.  My parents allowed us to make our own religious choices. we were nominally Christian. My woman friend from high school Chicana Catholic woman simply…"
May 22
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Yes, and the shelters in San Francisco are packed with young gay men who have been rejected for various reasons from their hometowns.  There's LOTS of antigay violence happening, whether one is seeing it or not."
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Please think about this Lucius:  Sometimes gay men are afraid to tell anybody because they may get the crap beat out of them."
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Or rather, get another source on male homosexuals.  That's my take on it."
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"You "sound" paranoid. "
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"No martyr here.   Just description.  If you don't like the information that's your choice.  I've not said one word in this thread to persecute anybody,  just my observations and feelings.  Off the…"
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"What did I ever accuse YOU of Lucius?"
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"I accused you of nothing.  You accused me of being a hypocrite.  Listen to your writing."
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Well I'm a gay man who lived in West Hollywood in the late 1970's and probably don't resemble anything like the stereotype.  Come on out here and see it for yourself if you can.  We might just blow your mind. My deepest…"
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Well, Lucius most of my people were/are for the civil rights movement. I've seen tremendous change say in California in my lifetime because of it.  A black mayor in LA for starters, no whip going on, no revenge.  Lots of…"
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Your point is not there. You don't provide the language to make any point."
May 21
Walter B. Pewen replied to Milo Morris's discussion Definitions in the group Out to Build Bridges
"Your words Andrew, not mine.  I'm allowed to resent something if I don't like it, doesn't mean I can control it.  I don't have to approve/disapprove of any label.  It's not hypocritical at all because I'm…"
May 21

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Interests
Horticulture, history, barbershops, politics
Books
Tortilla Flat, John C. Fremont Biography
Movies
Jurassic Park, Nobody's Fool
Music
Zeppelin, Stones, Beatles, Eagles
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"We have nothing to fear but fear itself." FDR

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At 1:16pm on April 9, 2014, SpaceRacer423 said…

Wow walter- 

Following me over here just to comment back.

1. My info didnt go anywhere.

My interests have yet to be put in b/c my acct is new.

2. I never changed my location, if you cant see it, its just a site error.

3.At this point youre a cyber stalker. 

Im screen capturing your replies and if they continue in this tone or follow me to additional blogs I WILL report you to the admin.

At 11:07pm on April 8, 2014, SpaceRacer423 said…

hey Walter, its SpaceRacer. Im living here in REALITY, Were even the dailykos, cnn, & Washington Post say that the wage gap is a myth and that when you compare men and women working the same job, with the same experience, and same level of work, the "wage gap" is 7% or less.

Here in REALITY, the market isnt "magic" its as entirely predictable and easily studied as natural selection. 

You see, the market DOES make a determination as to what women and men get paid, even when they have the same job,

like Basketball player.

Did you know that the highest paid WNBA player makes less than league minimum for her male counterpart?

Straight basketball salary, not including endorsements. 

What's it called when the price/value of something goes up because of demand and the price/value does the opposite?

......of yeah, Market Response. 

and Yes, I know Steinbeck was left of center,

so was Oscar Wilde and so is Chuck Palahniuk, although his work doesnt reflect it.

None of that stops me from enjoying their work.  

At 4:57pm on March 28, 2014, Larry said…

Saw a short video about San Luis Obispo, recently.  Two men, one who lived there, and the other who had, in the past, but was back, for a visit, called it one of the greatest places on earth.  They were on their way to a beach, for some surfing.  One of the men owned a surf shop.  The scenery was awesome!

At 1:48pm on March 16, 2014, Stephen Jashub Comstock said…

Walt, I just wanted to say that I appreciate your respectfulness when disagreeing. I also have enjoyed discussion with you. It has certainly been stimulating!
-Steve

At 2:36pm on March 14, 2014, Jack Bauer said…

I think clicking "leave Art of Manliness" at the bottom of the "Settings" page will delete the entire profile.  If you don't want to do that ... just quit using one or the other at let it fade into obscurity.

At 2:30pm on March 14, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Advice taken Jack.  Got rid of all my posts in sex group on one page.  Have brought it up at least a month ago with Mc Kay-hasn't responded to the fact that I have two profiles.  I'll accept responsibility for the separate profiles somewhere back a couple months ago but I have never been able to get rid of one of them.  If there a way to just delete one profile?

At 2:04pm on March 14, 2014, Jack Bauer said…

Why are you having discussions about thread topics by commenting directly?  What a pain.  Just comment in the thread.  Its easier to follow that way.

 

Second, and adding to the complication ... why in the world are you commenting back and forth in the one conversation from two separate profiles at the same time?

 

http://community.artofmanliness.com/profile/WalterBrayanPewen?xg_source=activity

http://community.artofmanliness.com/profile/WalterBPewen?xg_source=activity

 

What a mess.

At 1:41pm on March 14, 2014, Stephen Jashub Comstock said…

  Well, many of Atticus Finch's attributes resonate deeply with me a a Southerner and as a military mam. His discipline and self-control, his defense of the outcast, his gentle manners. Atticus is the ideal example of the gentleman southern mothers raise their children to be.. 

  I won't take the time to give my opinion of what the south has stood for, and what our values are, for you and I probably have different opinions on the subject. I will suffice it to say, there have been southern bigots who have given us a bad name, but my mother sure didn't raise me to be that kind of man. 

  As for Rand, I don't agree with all of her philosophy or blindly follow her, but I am a staunch libertarian and laissez faire capitalist, and I find some of her thoughts very influencial in the formation of my own opinions.

At 6:31pm on March 10, 2014, Jack Bauer said…

No need to repeat yourself, genius.  Just wait 'til people have time to reply.

At 5:54pm on February 19, 2014, Lucius Artorius Castus said…

Not necessarily. Plenty of people cohabitate without sex... in fact i know several married couple who never have sex... with each other. While it may be the normal thing, it isn't necessarily required to make a marriage work.

 
 
 

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