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Famous Quotes: Fierce or Flippant – C.S. Lewis
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Famous Quotes: Fierce or Flippant – C.S. Lewis

by Mike Yarbrough March 30, 2015

When C.S. Lewis made the below quote, he was referring to the attitude of atheist at Cambridge vs. Oxford. In his day, there were such a large contingent of atheist at Oxford that they had become soft-thinkers rather than vocal or intellectual proponents of their beliefs. Cambridge, on the other hand, had a ...

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TRThursday: Worth More than a College Education…
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TRThursday: Worth More than a College Education…

by Mike Yarbrough March 26, 2015

While much time is spent on Theodore Roosevelt the out-of-doors-man and President, his fervent beliefs as a Christian are often overlooked. Much of what guided his views of manhood came from what he believed God-fearing Christian men were both called to be and, with the help of God, able to become.

 

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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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Man to Man: Dealing with Labels
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Man to Man: Dealing with Labels

by Mike Yarbrough March 10, 2015

When I was a kid, I spent a good bit of time playing in the mud and fields of the Hatchie river bottoms in Tennessee. As such, I was a filthy wreck most of the time. This, along with being a growing kid and “country poor”, meant I received a good deal ...

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TRThursday: Play Your Part, Manfully!
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TRThursday: Play Your Part, Manfully!

by Mike Yarbrough March 05, 2015

There is a lot of cynicism in today’s culture and media. Cynicism is different from sarcasm, for sarcasm is a play on truth and leaves the door open for humor or a way out, but cynicism is merely hopeless. Growing up, Ronald Regan was my president, and the message from him was almost ...

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How to Frame a Coffee Sack with Pallet Boards
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How to Frame a Coffee Sack with Pallet Boards

by Mike Yarbrough January 05, 2015

If you like coffee, and I know you do, and you like  rustic, manly, hardwood, hand-made wares  to adorn your roost, this project is for you! Here is how to frame a coffee sack with pallet boards.

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The History of Flannel (and Why Men Love It!)
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The History of Flannel (and Why Men Love It!)

by Mike Yarbrough December 08, 2014

“Man at his birth is content with a little milk and a piece of flannel; so we begin, then presently find kingdoms not enough for us.” – Seneca, Roman Philosopher, 4 BC-65 AD

There may be no apparel which so closely relates to manliness as flannel. A man clad in that thick ...

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Fireside Topic: What is your greatest Halloween costume?
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Fireside Topic: What is your greatest Halloween costume?

by Mike Yarbrough October 31, 2014

For this Fireside Topic we are going to need some pictures! Post them on Facebook, Twitter or in the comments section below. Use the hashtag #greatesthalloweencostume and include @_WolfAndIron or tag us in Facebook.

Some may be cute, some may be awful, some may be hideous…All will be ...

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The Mind of a Man: Compartmentalization
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The Mind of a Man: Compartmentalization

by Mike Yarbrough October 30, 2014

While there are exceptions, it is pretty well-known that the male brain processes and prioritizes information differently than the female. Here is how compartmentalization works and how it affects the mind of a man.

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Fireside Topic: What are the manly qualities that make a good president?
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Fireside Topic: What are the manly qualities that make a good president?

by Mike Yarbrough October 22, 2014

“All great change in America begins at the dinner table.” – President Ronald Reagan, 1911-2004

Election season is upon us, and while it isn’t a presidential year, it’s still a good idea to begin thinking about the qualities and characteristics for the next president. If you aren’t an American, this ...

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Praise and Advice for Hipsters
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Praise and Advice for Hipsters

by Mike Yarbrough September 02, 2014

I generally like Hipsters. They are non-threatening and seem to have some sense about them. I would rather hang out with a group of Hipsters and have an actual conversation — when they’re not texting — than visit the previous cultures of drugs and peace and love. So I have some praise for them, but also some advice.

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Famous Quotes: The Courage We Desire – Thomas Carlyle
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Famous Quotes: The Courage We Desire – Thomas Carlyle

by Mike Yarbrough August 26, 2014

I love this quote by Thomas Carlyle on the topic of courage and manful living. Carlyle was a satirist and writer during the Victorian era, a time when the long-standing system of religiosity, birth-right reign, and other social orders were being challenged. Share and be inspired!

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