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The MANunist MANifesto

Don’t treat women like objects, even though it may seem like they want you to sometimes. There are two kinds of dads, dads that are there and dads that aren’t. Don’t be the latter. If you choose to imbibe, and it is fine if you do not,  remember to stay away from anything clear. Do […]

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#32 Bring Me Back Something French: My Opinel #9 and Why You Should Carry a Knife

Administrator’s Note: We here at TTAF are taking a break from blogging for the rest of the year. We feel that it is important that we take some time off to spend with friends and family, and also to relax a bit as the past year has been hectic for all four of us. We […]

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#40 Ron Swanson

Administrator’s Note: We here at TTAF are taking a break from blogging for the rest of the year.  We feel that it is important that we take some time off to spend with friends and family, and also to relax a bit as the past year has been hectic for all four of us.  We […]

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A Man’s Schedule

I would be willing to bet that many of us, myself included, have trouble with organizing our time.  My schedule during the week usually consists of waking up, checking this site, going to work, coming home from work, showering, holding my daughter, checking email, staying up with my daughter and feeding her, then going to […]

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Ron Swanson

I don’t watch a ton of T.V. but there are a few shows out there that I thoroughly enjoy.  One of those shows is Parks and Recreation.  My wife and I bought the first season and watched it on DVD while we lived out of the country and since then we have always waited until […]

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Manhood Is Not UFC, Hunting, Beer, Sports, and Beards

To be fair I don’t really like UFC (I’m not morally against it…I’m just not that into it), I don’t own a gun (not for moral reasons…just never have had one), and my wife isn’t a fan when my disdain for shaving takes over my face (and she wins…so I shave)! Its been interesting to […]

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Your Favorite Posts In July

So we are changing things up a bit this month, instead of making a list of simply the top posts, we have broken them down and listed the top posts by author.  The “other” category consists of group posts, weekends, and guest writers.  If you are new to the site, this is a great way […]

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An Interview With Tim Shaw

Tim Shaw is a guy with grit in every sense of the word.  Not only is he a professional athlete (currently with the Tennessee Titans) and in peak physical condition, he is also a great man and role model.  I had the chance to meet Tim when he volunteered with the organization I was working […]

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The Art of Shaving: Be Holy, Because I am Holy

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Bring Me Back Something French: My Opinel #9 and Why You Should Carry a Knife

Christmas was crazy when I was a kid.  Food, driving all over town, snow, tons of family members, toys of course and more sugar over a few day period than I was allowed to eat for the entire year.  As crazy as the days were for my brother and I there were constants.  Country ham, […]

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