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Man of the Month: Harry Houdini – Part 2 – The Escapist

by Wolf & Iron September 25, 2015

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“What the eyes see and the ears hear, the mind believes.” – Harry Houdini, Magician, Escape Artist, & Actor, 1874-1926

Perhaps what amazes me the most about Houdini is how he heard his true life calling at such an early age, and heeded that call with unreserved fervor. Rather than ...

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Barbati Fratres – The Bearded Brothers and the Start of the Freemasons
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Barbati Fratres – The Bearded Brothers and the Start of the Freemasons

by Mike Yarbrough September 15, 2015

When you think of Freemasons, what typically comes to mind? A secret organization, shrouded in mystery? An ancient brotherhood with unknown ties of influence throughout history? Great! Because I am absolutely going to play that up!

I believe what I have uncovered and what you are about to read is ...

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Man in Runes
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Man in Runes

by Mike Yarbrough September 01, 2015

This article will be a little different from the ones you will typically find on this site. Not because it is more Christian in focus, but because it may not have a specific message that I can really hone in. Essentially, I stumbled upon something that I thought was kind of cool, really ...

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The Manly History of Coffee: Part 2 – The 20th Century to Today
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The Manly History of Coffee: Part 2 – The 20th Century to Today

by Mike Yarbrough August 14, 2015

“The morning cup of coffee has an exhilaration about it which the cheering influence of the afternoon or evening cup of tea cannot be expected to reproduce.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1841-1935

The following article is a guest post from Erik Hill. Read the ...

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The Manly History of Coffee: Part 1 – Westward to the Civil War

by Michael Yarbrough August 13, 2015

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“Coffee is the common man’s gold, and like gold it brings to every man the feeling of luxury and nobility. Coffee differs from pure, gentle milk only in its taste and colour. Take time in your preparation of coffee and God will be with you and bless you and ...

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TRThursday: Roosevelt’s Attempt to Simplify the Spelling of the English Language

by Michael Yarbrough July 16, 2015

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“There’s ‘gherkin.’ What are you going to do with the ‘h’ in that? What the devil’s the use of ‘h’ in gherkin, I’d like to know.” – Mark Twain on Spelling Reform, 1907

One may think that being President of the United States would come with enough responsibilities, say, defending ...

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How to be Cool-Headed and Decisive Like General Ulysses S. Grant

by Michael Yarbrough July 13, 2015

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“In every battle there comes a time when both sides consider themselves beaten, then he who continues the attack wins.” – Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, Union Army General & 18th President of the United States, 1822-1885

The following article is a guest post from Erik Hill. Read the author's ...

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How to Speed Read and Comprehend
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How to Speed Read and Comprehend

by Mike Yarbrough June 22, 2015

“Some books should be tasted, some devoured, but only a few should be chewed and digested thoroughly.” – Sir Francis Bacon, English Philosopher, 1561-1626

Bacon was right. “Well, isn’t bacon always right,” you say? Yes, of course bacon is the answer. But in this instance, Sir Frances Bacon is right. ...

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TRThursday: Roosevelt the Conservationist, not Environmentalist

by Michael Yarbrough June 04, 2015

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I wish I had gained a love of history in my youth, because it changes how we view the history that is being written in our daily lives. It also provides a great deal of perspective on how easily history can be revised to suit the current-day influencers. One of the popular methods ...

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“T” is for Winners: How Winning Affects Testosterone Levels
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“T” is for Winners: How Winning Affects Testosterone Levels

by Mike Yarbrough May 29, 2015

“He who knows no hardships will know no hardihood. He who faces no calamity will need no courage. Mysterious though it is, the characteristics in human nature which we love best grow in a soil with a strong mixture of troubles.” – Harry Emerson Fosdick, Pastor, 1878-1969

It seems the more ...

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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 3 – Are You Addicted?
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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 3 – Are You Addicted?

by Mike Yarbrough April 09, 2015

“Gollum is entirely based on the notion of addiction. The way that the ring pervades him, makes him craving, lustful, depletes him physically, psychologically and mentally.” – Andy Serkis on Gollum

When fishing for bass it’s important to “set the hook” else, the bass will come flying out of the ...

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Why Every Man Should Eschew Political Correctness
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Why Every Man Should Eschew Political Correctness

by Mike Yarbrough March 24, 2015

“Divide and rule, the politician cries; unite and lead, is watchword of the wise.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German Writer and Statesman, 1749 – 1832

As a kid I do not remember ever hearing the phrase “politically correct”. Perhaps it was because I was raised in a small town, ...

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