beewulf9 38M
452 posts
9/28/2005 11:22 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm


Things I would like to admit. There;

a) is no ideal example of a man. There are a wide sprectrum of who they are, and give variety and spark to the community around them for any function they perfrom.

b) are more ways to risk then just one. From sky diving to asking someone one out on a date on first meeting.

c) is a personal distaste that I have for the phrase 'nice guy' so much so that I see it as a synonym with "momma's boy".

d) is no authority that has been given to me to be able to define actions of all men who do violent sports. I am stating my opinions from my experience and my imaginings.

e) I perfer vanilla icecream with toppings. (wait, what does that have to do with anything?)

I am in the above admissions trying to clarify my position that have been made on some posts that have been made on this blog and that of Candy69sosweet's.

I respect you greatly Candy, and really appreciate you taking time to communicate upon this matter. I sometimes speak forceably and very passionately. Yes, I am very stubborn too. I don't mean any disrespect and hope that speaking this boldly does not detract from the communication we have. If it already has you have my apology.

My opinion, a Man is someone who is at times gentle/dedicated, and other times rough/strong/rugged. I think that in the combination of those two things embodies what role a man has. At times he has to be a very sensitive mate to his partner, and a caregiver to his offspring. And at other times he has to be the savage beast that in past gone to war. I would love to focus on both and not just the nice aspect.

Further, in regards to sports such as American football, I see that because the game is being taught to peewee and onwards tries to 'condition' that rougher side of a male. Does this mean that this is the only side of them. I don't think so, if it is... well they are a one trick pony. Is that a good thing or bad thing? I don't know.

In respect to the NFL games, and players, it is a job. Something that they do and accept the risks involved.

However, in contrast I humbly don't understand at all how a person can wake up and be a telephone costumer service agent and respond to people who berate them verbally over the phone who they don't know. I see such a comparison to have risks, rewards, and both are jobs. But yes I did intentional choose a very extreme scenario.

Thank you for reading, and if there is anything you feel I missed I will try to further clarify.

grendle69 42M
27 posts
9/29/2005 1:43 am

Well written and concise. I also feel there:

- Should be an abolishment of the term 'NSA.' It's basically a redundant term... The closest one can get to a true NSA encounter is masturbation; other than that you are going to have some strings attached to your meetings. Either you are going to be strung out on the sex if it's good or stringing together a few lines of negative commentary if it's bad. Stringing them along if you met and was not happy with what you saw or a bit stringy with the details of how your married ass got on this site with a full ID. Always strings attached...

tillerbabe 55F

9/29/2005 5:35 pm

Great definition(s)-

You seem like you're "all" man to me! {=}

beewulf9 38M

10/2/2005 9:48 pm

Candy, I am really thankful that we are able to communciate and that interaction is still vibrant. What I find bizarre is when I wrote that line I told myself "Just wait, it will turn out that she will be a phone operator."

Tillerbabe, thank you. You are definately a female.

Grendle, thank you for your thoughts.

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