Tag Archive: Being A Man


“That’s Offensive!”  … Said No Great Man, Ever

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” Ah, the year 2015.  We find ourselves at the perfect intersect of political correctness, tolerance and “white male privilege”. Legend has it that at this crossroad, you can sell your soul to a transgendered devil for reality tv fame and fortune.  What an enlightening time to be alive.

  All of these things are not only mildly annoying, but have actually led to us to the precipice of man.  Men no longer assume the responsibility of leading their family, because feminists have told them that male leadership is no longer intrinsically necessary.  Men no longer teach their sons how to become a man, because maybe their son played with a barbie once. Many men no longer challenge themselves, or live what Theodore Roosevelt called “the strenuous life,” because they’ve been told that accepting themselves for who they are is more important than the growth that comes with discomfort.

  Never is the fall of masculinity more clearly on display than when grown, adult men pull out the “offended” card.  Any man who goes about with the word “offensive” on his lips should be boiled with his own pudding… or promptly have his man-card revoked, one of the two.”

 

Read the rest from Stephen Crowder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Comedy 3.4.15

Ron Swanson On Government And Being A Man

 

 

 

 

Published on Feb 14, 2013

” Great wisdom from a great man. Do share and educate your friends.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Types of Skills Everyone Should Know – Video – Top 100 Important Skills Popular Mechanics

 

 

 

 

” 6. Find Potable Water

“Don’t exert yourself in the heat of the day,” Sanders says. “You may lose more water by sweating than you’ll gain by digging.” Ravines and valleys are carved by running water, so head for the bottom. In deserts, with only occasional flow, look for cottonwoods, willows and other light-green vegetation that grows in wet areas. When the sun or moon is low in the sky, scan the horizon for reflections that may reveal the location of small pools. (Don’t worry if the water looks scummy. Waterborne illnesses won’t kick in for at least three days; dehydration can kill in a single day.) Collect morning dew by wiping grass with a cloth, then wringing out the water. If you have plastic bags, wrapping them around the boughs of deciduous trees yields 1 or 2 ounces a day. “