"My all-time favorite, but I don't have anybody to credit it to. It really hits you hard if you stop and think:
"Someone once told me the definition of Hell: On your last day, the person you became will…"
"When I think of manly music, I'm not always focused on a manly message in the lyrics, but the way that the musicians can tell a story with the either voice or instrument. There has to be true musical talent and a general enjoyment that they…"
"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
"You are not going to find this true balance if you spend all of your time worrying, as you do. You need to find peace in your current situation, and move on from there. Ben Franklin describes a similar attitude in his Thirteen Virtues, where he says…"
"Groups are magical things. They allow you to show off your own individuality through indirect interaction, and she can watch from a distance. It sounds as though, in your pursuit, you have been limited to one-on-one scenarios. These can be great for…"
"ABC (association of building contractor) might have some resources. I know a local electrcian that I frequently work with will hire on some guys and then pay for their apprenticeship while working for them."
"To be fair, even when it was more easily accessed, a big part of that is due to NING's terrible architecture. In that respect, it's not different than what you have to do when you walk away for a bit and it falls off the activity…"
A group dedicated to the life struggles of men. Disease, abuse, mental illness, a broken ceiling tile could be among the topics. Here men can discuss their scars and provide insight as to how they overcame, or continue to overcome, their struggles.See More
"That's kind of cheap criticism. Any piece of writing could be said to be for an audience of people like-minded to the author. Playing on stereotypes about the Bay area and the prejudices of many members here is in fact just writing for fellow…"