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What Your Writing Style Says about You

If you work as a writer or spend your free time writing, you probably produce a certain amount of words every day without actually thinking about it. However, we all know…

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Added by Sophia Clark on June 20, 2017 at 1:21am — No Comments

Jaypee B.Tech Admissions 2017 - What Every Student Must Know?

Students looking to get enrolled in a top engineering college for undergoing B.Tech course often search for an institute that accepts JEE Main rank or scores. JEE Main College Predictor can lead such students to Jaypee Institute of Information Technology or JIIT because it is one of the leading institutes that accept JEE Main results for admission to B.Tech admissions 2017.

 

Below are certain things…

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Added by Peter Kowalkowski on June 15, 2017 at 3:13am — No Comments

5 Tips for Building Muscle Naturally

In today’s health industry, there is so much focus on obesity and losing weight that it is hard to believe there are people who actually have a hard time…

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Added by Khajan Singh on June 13, 2017 at 3:06am — No Comments

Four Things to Consider When You Take a Job

I’ve always done handyman work since I was a teenager.  It was a great way to make money through high school and college, but now that I’m in my 40’s I’m finding different motivation for getting out of bed and going to work every day. Some of our best teachers are our kids, and this is a true story.



Years ago my son, Charlie, came to me with a sunken look on his face. He sat beside me on the front porch,…

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Added by Robert Boshaw on June 12, 2017 at 11:35am — No Comments

Tattu Blheli-S FPV Racing 30A ESC Review

Tattu has just released their new 30A ESC for the BLHeli_S open source firmware. It's mini size, light weight, particularly suitable for FPV speed racing.

 

Tattu is well known for their Mini Quad LiPo batteries ( especially their R-line series lipo for Fpv racing), and they are now expanding into the ESC market with their 30A BLHeli_S ESC.

 

The Tattu 30A ESC’s come as a set of 4 in a really nice box. Probably the best packaging I have seen in ESC’s. They are…

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Added by minmin lai on June 12, 2017 at 2:30am — No Comments

Perspective

I recently returned from a two week road trip with my good pal Seth Newby. Near the end of our journey we had the  opportunity to bike past Fisherman's Wharf and check out the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. This structure is spectacular to behold, reaching a maximum height of nearly 750 feet. Two main supporting cables are each composed of 27,572 intertwining wires that if stretched out to one continuous distance could wrap around the earth... three times. The main towers pose as…

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Added by Jay Merrill on June 8, 2017 at 10:27am — No Comments

Friendships for Men

Brett McKay wrote a couple articles about male friendships up at the main AoM website. Here's the title and first paragraph from one:

Title: Making and Keeping Man Friendships

Several weeks ago we posted an article about the history and nature of man friendships. Several readers added comments in which they lamented the difficulty in both making and keeping man friendships, a sentiment I fully sympathize with. Once…

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Added by Charles Dodd on June 4, 2017 at 9:00pm — No Comments

The Pros and Cons of Leasing vs. Buying a Car

There’s a lot to think about when you’re ready to buy a vehicle. After deciding what car you want to drive in, thinking through financing is the next step which may get you thinking of leasing instead of buying. Taking out a car loan or paying cash isn’t the only way to get a new vehicle, as leasing is found in every part of the car industry.…

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Added by Andrew Newitt on May 29, 2017 at 4:10am — No Comments

10 Parents Respond to the New York Times’ Hit Piece

Follow are excerpts of 10 notes I received from parents this week (responding to my blog) with a different story.

 

T. Weiss said, “There is almost NO flexibility in brick-and-mortar middle schools for students who love to learn but have delayed fine motor, gross motor, and organizational skills. Even his IEP was not honored, and he was termed “lazy.” With the scheduling flexibility of OHVA which allows him to work longer on classes which take longer and move more quickly…

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Added by John Wikk on May 29, 2017 at 2:00am — No Comments

Top 5 Gadgets for Your Motorbike

Once you have all the bike parts and gear, it’s time to take a look at some of the gadgets other bikers enjoy using. Some of them are designed to keep you safe while others are supposed to make the time you spend on the road more fun. No matter if you’ve been collecting biking gadgets for some time or you’re just starting out, these 5 gadgets are something you should definitely think about adding to your arsenal.…

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Added by Andrew Newitt on May 27, 2017 at 1:00am — No Comments

How do emotional bonds work? What is love?

This is kind of my own spin; I'm not sure where I stole the ideas in the first place, but it's probably Freudian-based.

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Love is a type of emotional bond, like friendship, loyalty, and even hate. So to define love, you have to define emotional bonds in general.

Emotional bonds are psychological connections of recognition or identity. The following are…

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Added by Charles Dodd on May 26, 2017 at 9:38pm — No Comments

Paris in Spring: 4 Things You Absolutely Should Do

This March I went to Paris with my kid. I am glad it was a family trip. You see, because romantic voyage to Paris with compulsory kissing at the top of the Tour Eiffel and eating les croissants in bad is so much cliché that I would even enjoy it. In our pop culture, Paris is steeped in romance.

However, if you exclude it from your agenda, you become able to see what the fuss is all about. Paris is an utterly amazing place – historically, culturally,…

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Added by Jan Rooheart on May 16, 2017 at 4:31am — No Comments

My essay

My goal is simple but something I see as fairly hard to accomplish. I've always loved writing. Always. I've always wanted to be a writer and I planned on using medical school as an option for a fallback. It wasn't until just recently that I dropped my health major in order to commit more to writing. But books are dying out. Nobody reads as much as people used to. And as I've committed more I've noticed that the writing community, at least…

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Added by Michael Fisher on May 16, 2017 at 2:30am — No Comments

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Realizing the level of papers to be handed in…

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Added by Kevin Bates on May 12, 2017 at 3:09am — No Comments

Golden Shoes

Hey Gents,

Just a fun blog post about taking action in our lives:

Many years ago in a distant land there lived a benevolent and wealthy King. He loved his subjects very much and was a fair ruler of his kingdom. Though he had spacious halls lined with gold and silver, his wealth meant little to him, and he gave much of what he had to neighboring empires and the poor. The King remained in peace and enjoyed his rule very much, though soon he would find out that all this was about to…

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Added by Jay Merrill on May 5, 2017 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Brett Should Invite Return of Kings to Podcast

I think it would be interesting for Brett to invite Roosh from RoK on the podcast and duke it out over the topic of manliness.

What do you think?

Added by Carl Byrd on April 20, 2017 at 9:44am — No Comments

Fundamental Rules of a Modern Father (Digital Era Revision)

Fatherhood has never been easy. However, in the course of time, it becomes more and more challenging. The perils of the real world, development of technologies, handheld devices, the Internet, and social media reign - all these demand parents develop certain rules in their families.…

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Added by James Bishop on April 18, 2017 at 4:57am — No Comments

Pros and Cons of Kickboxing

Today, kickboxing is one of the most common and famous martial arts, spread all around the world. However, it originates from Japan (as Japanese kickboxing), but the version we all see and train today actually started out in the Netherlands. The history of this sport…

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Added by Andrew Newitt on April 13, 2017 at 7:43am — No Comments

Top 5 Manly Gadgets

Today, there are tons of great gadgets out there and men all around the world enjoy using them. But with so many technologies at our disposal, deciding on the ones you’re going to get can be quite difficult. Some of the products might just look awesome, while some combine fashion and function, and show innovation. With this in mind, we have come up with 5 gadgets every man should think about investing in.…

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Added by Andrew Newitt on April 12, 2017 at 6:03am — No Comments

6 Lessons for an Introvert Who Wants to Become a Leader

If you are an introvert, it doesn't mean that you always have to play the role of "that weird dude who sits silently in the corner of…

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Added by Jan Rooheart on April 11, 2017 at 4:51am — No Comments

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