"If this is intended to be a place for men of all kinds then we have to accept that some men are more vulgar than others and, especially among men, some men swear/curse. You don't have to like it, but I think it's childish to consider…"
""Three, Mr. McKay, I am still forming my opinion of the site, which in some regard means you (both first impressions are positive for the record). Wording such as “Yeah, I pay the bills so I get to decide” and “if you…"
Been following your site for a while, decided to join the Community recently. Noticed you also have a section on Careers, and recently did a podcast with John Corcoran about reaching influencers.
I am also finishing a guide for people looking to get ahead in life, it's got a ton of powerful "hacks" that not a lot of people are talking about yet. It can save a lot of time for job seekers, headhunters etc and can also be applied for entrepreneurs.
I think your audience could find many of them useful in their business/life/work.
Would you be interested in taking a look at it, and tell me what you think?
I really like most of your articles and even more — so I've already translated one of them into russian (talkin' about Adrian Peter Shmidt and his odd exercises).
So my question is: can I place my translation of your article at FurFur.me? This is the popular russian web-issue about men's way of life in the modern city. And don't worry, I promise to put the active link of original article below or even above the translation!
I think you guys doing the great things and I want to share it with the russian audience, chasing the goal to promote healthy way of life and ideals of manliness.
Is there any way you can delete all the posts I made in the sex group while Jack Bauer was hunting me down there? I mean, I tried, but no x in upper corner in the posts.
Jack, by the way, continues to attack me on sexual preference stuff. I can handle the occasional "fag joke" for the sake of keeping the peace, but his spiel is out of control. I thought that kind off stuff wasn't too cool around here?
"Deciding for others what their reasons are is fraught with error. How could it not be?
I don't curse around women because they tend not to like it. I curse around (some) men because they either think it's funny, or do it…"
"It is an antiquated notion that somehow the modern woman doesn't have the strength to handle it.
I think most guys are more concerned about how it makes them look than they are the idea of a woman "fainted" after hearing a bad word.…"
"I stay away from profanity. When I'm among friends and not around women and children my speech gets a little more candid but I don't like being around people who use vulgarity for vulgarity's sake. Language is an art to be honed."