I've been reading this blog off and on for the past few years. It's been refreshing to read about the topics that are posted on this blog. I've just turned 21 last month, so a lot of the content…Continue
A group for discussing simplicity and "deliberate living" as highlighted by the likes of Thoreau.For those of us who want to "live deep and suck the marrow out of life", and "put to rest all that is not life".See More
"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
I've been reading this blog off and on for the past few years. It's been refreshing to read about the topics that are posted on this blog. I've just turned 21 last month, so a lot of the content posted here is very helpful and applicable. Anyways, I never knew there was an AoM community. So I look forward to meeting some new people on here and having some good discussions. Cheers.See More
"any book on prohibition is very interesting in my opinion. so much was going on in this country during that time. I don't have any specific books, but at my school library I've dabbled in a few of them.
"Exactly what Joe said!
She is clearly interested.
Make sure you have a specific plan for the date. Suggest a day and time but let her ultimately decide that based on her schedule.
FOR GOD"S SAKE do NOT text! "
"Thanks guys. I didn't realize that braided belts were okay for professional attire.
I also didn't realize the thrift shops were a good place to look for quality belts. We are a small town, and have no cobblers or leather shops here…"
"Hasn't it though? I only took one picture although they asked us to wear suits for the guys and dresses for the girls and the school photographer took the picture. Now it's "spend thousands trying to get that perfect…"
"If you can afford it purchase good belts from places like Eddy Bauer or other higher end stores. The reason is that although you're paying $40 to $50 a belt it will last you much longer. If a belt at Walmart costs you $20 and over…"