For thousands of years, humans have used the bow and arrow for hunting and warfare. Today, you can buy bows equipped with devices and sights to help you aim accurately and hit a bull’s-eye almost every time they’re drawn. For example, with a fixed pin sight, an archer has a guide that shows how to […]
What skills and knowledge sets does a man need to have in order to be effective and self-reliant? My guest has spent the past few years thinking about this topic and putting down his ideas in a series of books he calls Modules for Manhood. His name is Kenneth W. Royce. I had Kenneth on […]
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“It is circumstances (difficulties) which show what men are. Therefore when a difficulty falls upon you, remember that God, like a trainer of wrestlers, has matched you with a rough young man. For what purpose? you may say. Why that you may become an Olympic conqueror; but it is not accomplished without sweat. In my opinion no […]
It’s hard to imagine something less lethal than marshmallows, which is what makes them the perfect ammunition if you’re going to teach a child how to make a gun. As summer winds down, bored kids across the country are looking to squeeze the last bit of fun out of their break from school, and eager […]
Social Briefings are short bi-monthly dispatches that offer practical tips to improve your social skills. Read more on their raison d’etre. You’ve probably heard it said that you should never discuss religion, money, or politics with people. In terms of discussing these “charged” topics with good friends you’ve known awhile, this adage is overly cautious. While you […]
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