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Manhood

TweetVia Radley Balko, an illustration of why men shouldn’t write advice columns: I dunno, this seems like very good advice to me.

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TweetI was writing a brief, semi-joking post at my place about the one question I have for Tiger Woods and it made me think of a quick item I had posted here earlier in the year:  Michael Crabtree: Dumbest Man of the Year? Now, not only did Crabtree finally sign a multi-million dollar contract, but [...]

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Christmas Creep

by Jon Stonger on 14 November 2009

Tweet Every year it seems that the overly cheery displays start going up earlier and earlier.  Now they are spreading out geographically as well. South Korea is not a Christian country, although it does have the second highest Christian population in Asia (behind the Philippines). That is why I was surprised to see a large [...]

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A Man’s Halloween

by Jon Stonger on 31 October 2009

Ways to enjoy Halloween as a man.

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President Obama shouldn’t apologize for spending time hanging out with the guys. It’s a sign of weakness.

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Manliness in the Modern Age

by Alex Knapp on 3 September 2009

I’ve never understood why so many of my male peers have so much trouble with what it means to be a man.

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Manly Tip of the Day

by James Joyner on 1 September 2009

Tweet“There is a distinct difference between the way you jumped rope in grade school and the way you should do it at the gym.” – Esquire‘s rule #1071

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TweetIf you are a regular user of Gmail, but you are ignoring the little green beaker icon at the top of the screen, you are shortchanging yourself.  That icon is the gateway to Gmail Labs, a series of experimental add-ons to enhance Gmail from the good folks at Google.  There is a long list of [...]

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The fastest growing segment of porn consumers are females – single, married, involved – and the younger the woman, the more likely they are to have their own porn collection stashed away at home.

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Army’s New Parachute

by James Joyner on 29 August 2009

TweetBack in the days when men were men, Army paratroopers jumped with ‘chutes like the T-10 Charlie or the Dash One Bravo. Now, they’ve switched to wimpy little ‘chutes that provide soft landings. Nathan Hodge: Today’s soldiers are weighed down with a ton of gear, and the Army wanted a new parachute that could carry [...]

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Shopping with the Wife

by James Joyner on 28 August 2009

TweetI stumbled upon the following at Esquire: Sixty-year-old advice on shopping with the wife still rings true today Photo credit: Bettmann/Corbis “A word to the wives is sufficient. And the word is NO. When you have serious shopping to do, leave the pretty things at home. They can call in a few harpies from the [...]

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