I wanted to get out of Southern California, see new places, and experience a cold winter. I chose Marquette because when I visited the campus something just clicked and I liked its philosophy of building the "whole person". From that first visit, I found that is was the college meant for me.
Brett, as I said to Mr. Munson, thank you for the warm welcome! From the bit that I've read from the blog, to what I've seen here in AoM Community, I like what I see here. I've oft thought that such a community should exist; I did not know that there was one! Thank you, very much, and I hope that I can contribute to the discussion some!
Thanks for the welcome, Brett. I've been enjoying the podcasts for several months, read several of the books you've featured. You've put together something pretty cool here. Best wishes to you and family.
hello sir, Actually i believe in strength building so dat i should be able to overcome the inhuman practises held in our society for that i need strenthen my bone, mu finger, fore arms muscle, arms, leg n so on. so i need proper guidence n diet 2 achieve my goal, sir believe me i m very hardworking to gain strength i can do anything. so pls help me outDelete Comment
Except for my assumption that it's very expensive, some of this fancy folding furniture is tempting to try to work into the office/nursery to get some space back. Must ponder. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAa6bOWB8qY
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