Will M.
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Will M. replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
"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…"
Feb 18, 2013
Will M. updated their profile
Jul 12, 2012
Will M. replied to J. G. G.'s discussion Manly Music
"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…"
Jun 13, 2012
Will M. replied to Victor Franklin's discussion Manliest movies you've ever seen?
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off. There isn't a movie out there that preaches Carpe Diem better."
May 5, 2012
Herb Munson left a comment for Will M.
"Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!"
Dec 31, 2011
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The Great Debate

"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
Dec 20, 2011
Will M. replied to Thomas Sullivan's discussion Virtue
"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…"
Dec 20, 2011
Will M. replied to Daniel S.'s discussion Rejection or Not?
"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…"
Dec 19, 2011
Will M. is now a member of Art of Manliness
Aug 13, 2011

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Interests
Soccer
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Books
Soccernomics
The Snowball
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Movies
Ocean's Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen
Casino Royale
The Dark Knight
Good Will Hunting
Music
Vampire Weekend
The Killers
Green Day
Lupe Fiasco
Quote
"Be like a duck. Remain calm on the surface but swim like hell underneath." -Michael Caine

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At 9:58pm on December 31, 2011, Herb Munson said…

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Ameretta replied to Ameretta's discussion Should I kill Myself Because I am a black woman?
"Thank you so much!"
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"Greetings, I'm shirtless 24 hours a day"
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Troy replied to Joshua's discussion Feeling a bit bogged down
"This has likely been said as I haven't read every single reply. For housework it just is man. It sucks. Not a TON you can do to make it go quicker. Maybe just try to do a little something every day? (sweep or vaccuum one day, dust another,…"
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John Landes commented on Dennis Heins's group The Smoking Lounge
"I have recently discovered the Gurkha Cellar Reserve cigar.  Paired with a glass of Knob Creek with a bit of water, and it was quite enjoyable."
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Eric W replied to Eric W's discussion Gilets, Bodywarmers & Down Vests
"Getting some miles out of one of my other vests today :D"
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"Because you are special."
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