"I tried to send a friend request so I could avoid this but it’s been two days and no response. So much for not I mucking up the board with this pointless back and forth. But I will let you know if you even bother to read or process this.…"
A place to talk sheer utter nonsense. That way serious posts can have serious discussions. Feeling Snarky - post it here. Want to vent - let off some steam. However do please adhere to the rules of AoM.See More
"This is a easy concept to understand. If you cross the lines of decorum then stand up "man" up and admit your own wrong doing. If not quit playing the victim because someone call you on your comment. Respect goes both ways."
"Oh so now you can also speak for other members as well? This is not how men talk behind womens backs. Men don't talk behind a womans back or any one else for that matter. So for you to group all men in your misogynistic diatribe is ill advised…"
"I am an atheist because I have not been given convincing proof otherwise. If someone were to give me proof, and I mean god coming out of the sky saying bow down or something of the like I would gladly change my beliefs. But, believing in fairy tales…"
Hey, thanks Asa. I joined but haven't spent much time here. I'm a bit rough around the edges compared to most, but I do appreciate your well wishes. I'll have to spend more time around here. It seems ya'll are a bunch of good guys. -Morg
"It makes me wonder a few things.
* What country are you in? Students getting priorities for seating? A central economic planner's demographic scheme? In US colleges, we don't have priority seating, and you get in by…"
"The Fred-on-Everything editorial I linked to is both tongue-in-cheek--and deadly serious.
The paradigm of colleges and universities dates back to medieval churches needing to train lawyers and bureaucrats. Books were expensive, so the lecturer would…"
"Jack Bauer is correct regarding university discretion. There is also the matter that if the case spills into civil court, the outcome is uncertain and the university has deeper pockets.
>>>This sounds to arbitrary for me to make…"
A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More