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50+ Old Fashioned Insults We Should Bring Back

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How to Eat a Lobster

Few foods are more decadent than a fresh lobster. Bright red and steaming with savory, delicate morsels of shellfish, this prized dish is sure to set you back a pretty penny (even when cooking it yourself!

Podcast #220: Tyranny, Terrorism, and the Male Urge to Power

Since the days of Ancient Greece, a battle between two political forces has been going on in the West: democracy vs.

Land Navigation Manual: How to Use the Military Grid Reference System

If you’ve read the first parts of this land navigation manual, you should now know how to read a topographic map, find your bearings, and orient yourself with a map and compass.

What the Length of Your Ring Finger Can Tell You About Your Masculinity

Stop what you’re doing and look at your hands. Is your ring finger longer than your index finger? If so, you were likely exposed to higher levels of testosterone while you were in your mother’s womb.

Manvotional: Jack London on Developing a Philosophy of Life

Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from an article Jack London wrote for a journal on writing.

Podcast #219: The Real Life Story of Hemingway and The Sun Also Rises

Ernest Hemingway is a literary legend, but unlike many literary legends, he gained that status while he was still alive.

2 Tips for Having Kid #2

Having your first kid is a huge adjustment. A baby bomb drops from the sky, or at least a gurney, and explodes your old routines and way of being in the world.

How to Paint a Room

Painting can be one of the hardest and dullest of all household projects, which is why many people put it off.

The Herschel Walker Workout

As a boy I followed the Dallas Cowboys, and one of the players I really admired was Herschel Walker. He was a beast, but the guy could move like nothing else.

Be Lesser, Do More

Editor’s note: This excerpt is a chapter from Ryan Holiday’s new book, Ego Is the Enemy. After you’ve read it, listen to my podcast interview with Ryan about the book.  “Great men have almost always shown themselves as ready to obey as they afterwards proved able to command.” –Lord Mahon In the Roman system of art and science, there existed a concept for which we have only a partial analog.

Podcast #218: The Lost Arts of Modern Civilization

Hosting guests, letter writing, and going out on real dates are often seen as old-fashioned practices that are no longer needed in an age when folks can book an Airbnb room instead of crashing at your pad, you can communicate instantaneously via email or text, and your next girlfriend is just a Tinder swipe away.

Podcast #217: The Importance of Having a Tribe

In many modern, Western democracies, individualism reigns supreme. The goal of life is to be a man who marches to the beat of his own drummer and is unencumbered by others.

The Complete Guide on How to Roll Up Your Shirt Sleeves

When the mercury is on the rise, so are your shirt sleeves. You can’t be going into work in t-shirts or even short-sleeve button-ups, so you’re left with rolling the sleeves of your nice dress shirt in order to stay a little bit cooler.

How to Escape a Rip Current

Churning, swirling, sucking swaths of water, rip currents are a scary experience for anyone unfortunate enough to be caught in one.

Become a Self-Starter: Autonomy as the Key to Personal Motivation

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5 Ways to Build Your Personal Magnetism

Editor’s note: The following selection comes from The Technique of Building Personal Leadership (1944) by Donald A.

Podcast #216: How Men Evolved for Fighting

One of the things that makes humans, well, human is the ability to make a fist. Other primates can’t do this.

How to Pack for a One-Week Business Trip

Packing for a week-long business trip can be an intimidating task. You want to ensure you bring enough clothes that you’ll have appropriate outfits for all the different events, meetings, and activities you’ll be attending.

The Benefits of Hammock Camping

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