Zachary Stucki
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Quintessential American Stories

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son Sep 15, 2015. 3 Replies

I am a scoutmaster for my Boy Scouts of America troop. I am trying to get a compendium of awesome quintessentially American, quintessentially manly stories to share around a campfire.I'd like these…Continue

How do we inform more people about ISIS?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cthulhu's Revenge Sep 7, 2015. 151 Replies

ISIS is a huge threat to security and an enemy to freedom and human life.They are destroying world heritage…Continue

Anyone heard or Operation Underground Railroad?

Started Aug 26, 2015 0 Replies

This is a group that works to end child sex-slavery all over the world. It is amazing.Truly one of the manliest things I've ever heard of.https://ourrescue.org/Continue

What every boy needs to know about being a man speech

Started Feb 11, 2015 0 Replies

In the movie "Secondhand Lions" one of the main characters  has a "What every boy needs to know about being a man" speech. Do you? What would go in yours?Continue

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Phillip J Reeves replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion For Beginners in the group Woodworking
"Zachary, Got to PBS.org and watch as many episodes of the Wood Wrights shop as they have. Roy Underhill has hosted the show since 1980, and is one of the most highly regarded authorities on hand tools the world over. If hand tools are not your thing…"
Jan 27
Native Son replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quintessential American Stories
"Since you're involved in Scouting, I'd suggest you dig up some old(er) copies of Boys' Life and the "hook & bullet" magazines Field & Stream and Outdoor Life. Jack London also wrote some excellent…"
Sep 15, 2015
Zachary Stucki replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quintessential American Stories
"Thanks for the suggestions. "
Sep 15, 2015
Matthew R replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quintessential American Stories
"There are a bunch of suggested "manly reading" lists on the main site if you haven't already seen those. Ernest Hemingway is probably THE quintessentially American, quintessentially manly write. I know that he is popular here on AoM,…"
Sep 15, 2015
Zachary Stucki posted a discussion

Quintessential American Stories

I am a scoutmaster for my Boy Scouts of America troop. I am trying to get a compendium of awesome quintessentially American, quintessentially manly stories to share around a campfire.I'd like these stories to teach a lesson or moral principle, and inspire the boys to be better themselves.I intend to share these stories around the campfire so they can't take more than 15-20 minutes in the telling or the boys will lose interest.What are your favorites?See More
Sep 15, 2015
Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"I certainly hope not! Madness, especially for Wales as a lot of our customers are Europe based. The UK is already disliked by most of Europe. Chunnel is fine. Drove through Calais not so long ago on my way home from a holiday. Humbling. Desperate…"
Sep 7, 2015
Pale Horse replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"LOL!"
Sep 7, 2015
Shane replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"New drinking game.  Spring Break, or Refugee? "
Sep 7, 2015
Shane replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"Leaving the EU soon?  How's that chunnel holding up for you?"
Sep 6, 2015
Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"Yep, my mistake"
Sep 6, 2015
Pale Horse replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"Finally found someone we can inform: "
Sep 6, 2015
Carl Monster replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"Hire an ad agency. Start with some focus groups, maybe direct mail. Have some younguns start a social media blitz on Tumblr, FB and Pinterest. Get some celebs on board; have Justin Bieber tweet "ISIS SUCKS", maybe get into a tweet battle…"
Sep 6, 2015
Shane replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"He wasn't Daesh, he was FSA."
Sep 6, 2015
Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"It's no longer a separate topic, as today ISIS announced they have smuggled thousands of extremists into Europe. But their main weapon is fear, so who knows. A photo was released of an IS militant in Syria 2014, then the same guy pictured in…"
Sep 6, 2015
Native Son replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
""M. Martell.  Paging M. Martell.""
Sep 6, 2015
Nick H replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion How do we inform more people about ISIS?
"He did a good bit once after it was clear that most Canadians were pretty stupid when it came to understanding how their own government worked. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yi1yhp-_x7A"
Sep 6, 2015

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Interests
Cycling, Running, Crossfit, I love the Humanities.
I have begun to study and truly love the manly hobby of woodworking and carpentry.
Books
Anything by Charles Dickens or Shakespeare, The Poetry of Rudyard Kipling, The Lord of the Rings, The Action Hero's Handbook, The John Carter of Mars Series, Anything with Spies.
Movies
Anything with Spies-Classic Connery James Bond, Casino Royale (Daniel Craig), Inception, The Saint, The A-Team, The Bourne Series. Classic Cinema- Charade, Roman Holiday, Spartacus, Casablanca, Sabrina, Exodus, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Indiana Jones Series, Back to the Future.
Music
JAZZ: Frank Sinatra/ the Rat Pack, Peter Cincotti, John Pizzarelli, Jane Monheit, Emilie-claire Barlow,
Rock: We Shot The Moon, The Feeling, Classic 80's Hair Rock.
Trance Music, Dance Music.
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You Ban Fa (There is a Way). -Michael Hoer
Aequalis omnes-Equal to all.
Awake, my sons; put on the armor of righteousness. Shake off the chains with which ye are bound, and come forth out of obscurity and arise from the dust. (The Book of Mormon: 2 Nephi 1:23)

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