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by December 11, 2018
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Guelph Park has always been the centerpiece of community life in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Vancouver, British Columbia. As one of Vancouver’s most vibrant artistic neighborhoods since the 1950s, it was only logical that the park became the recipient of some slightly subversive stealth art. It all started in 1991, when a piece by sculptor Michael Dennis titled Reclining Figure was installed in the park. The reclining figure of Reclining Figure struck some in the neighborhood as an imp...
by December 4, 2018
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Schumann Resonances Watch this video for a good explanation of what the Schumann Resonances are. https://youtu.be/W0golgooOOo Q - What is the Schumann Resonances A -  The Schumann resonances (SR) are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth's electromagnetic    field spectrum. Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, generated and excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth's surface and the ionosphere. ...
by May 22, 2018
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g0ys-R-us isn't just about being gay or g0y or one having Same Sex Attraction, this isn't just about sex, this isn't just about fantasy; this is about creating a culture and a group where people can be themselves to the fullest extent and we can't do that by failing to support each other. Even if you don't like something or someone, consider whether it is actively helping more people feel okay about themselves before you jump to expressing negativity towards them and or their wishes and dreams...
by May 18, 2018
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And it was said “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn...
by March 1, 2018
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From a post made here on the website of a message thread started by SamuelB of which I have extracted my part of the post... I didn't have an older brother until my dad got married a second time around and brought her children into the family. Her two kids were older than me or my sister. Since my step-brother was over 4 years older than I, we really didn't do much together as brothers would do. I believe that he really didn't want me tagging along with him everywhere. Even all these years late...
by January 22, 2018
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"Homosexuality is not a sexual orientation. It is a trait that exists in varying degrees in the vast majority of men, but it has been suppressed by centuries of warped doctrines that teaches us to despise our natural sexual attraction to each other, which is driven by our instinctive need to bond through sex. Those same doctrines have taught us to view as normal and desirable the forced mutilation of the means by which we bond sexually, our penises. In many societies, including the United States...
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by October 23, 2014
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Pete's Dialogues: Chapter 2, How Pete Saved my Life (Part II)   The year came to an end, and while I had good grades in three classes, I had terrible grades in the other two, including one "D".  I was horrified.  I had decided to take a job at the library, and stay in a house with a bunch of other guys.  At the end of the year, Dr. Henderson and I finally had a long talk about why I was not doing so well, with him asking lots of questions, but not giving much advice or criticism.  I remember...
by February 12, 2017
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Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...
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by December 11, 2018
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Guelph Park has always been the centerpiece of community life in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Vancouver, British Columbia. As one of Vancouver’s most vibrant artistic neighborhoods since the 1950s, it was only logical that the park became the recipient of some slightly subversive stealth art. It all started in 1991, when a piece by sculptor Michael Dennis titled Reclining Figure was installed in the park. The reclining figure of Reclining Figure struck some in the neighborhood as an imp...
by December 4, 2018
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Schumann Resonances Watch this video for a good explanation of what the Schumann Resonances are. https://youtu.be/W0golgooOOo Q - What is the Schumann Resonances A -  The Schumann resonances (SR) are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth's electromagnetic    field spectrum. Schumann resonances are global electromagnetic resonances, generated and excited by lightning discharges in the cavity formed by the Earth's surface and the ionosphere. ...
by May 22, 2018
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g0ys-R-us isn't just about being gay or g0y or one having Same Sex Attraction, this isn't just about sex, this isn't just about fantasy; this is about creating a culture and a group where people can be themselves to the fullest extent and we can't do that by failing to support each other. Even if you don't like something or someone, consider whether it is actively helping more people feel okay about themselves before you jump to expressing negativity towards them and or their wishes and dreams...
by May 18, 2018
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And it was said “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn...
by March 1, 2018
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From a post made here on the website of a message thread started by SamuelB of which I have extracted my part of the post... I didn't have an older brother until my dad got married a second time around and brought her children into the family. Her two kids were older than me or my sister. Since my step-brother was over 4 years older than I, we really didn't do much together as brothers would do. I believe that he really didn't want me tagging along with him everywhere. Even all these years late...
by January 22, 2018
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"Homosexuality is not a sexual orientation. It is a trait that exists in varying degrees in the vast majority of men, but it has been suppressed by centuries of warped doctrines that teaches us to despise our natural sexual attraction to each other, which is driven by our instinctive need to bond through sex. Those same doctrines have taught us to view as normal and desirable the forced mutilation of the means by which we bond sexually, our penises. In many societies, including the United States...
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by October 23, 2014
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Pete's Dialogues: Chapter 2, How Pete Saved my Life (Part II)   The year came to an end, and while I had good grades in three classes, I had terrible grades in the other two, including one "D".  I was horrified.  I had decided to take a job at the library, and stay in a house with a bunch of other guys.  At the end of the year, Dr. Henderson and I finally had a long talk about why I was not doing so well, with him asking lots of questions, but not giving much advice or criticism.  I remember...
by February 12, 2017
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Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...
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by July 6, 2016
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I just spent six days with my bro Nick, and put him on the train to Portland this morning. He’d been working in Hawaii since December and only recently returned. The time together helped me more deeply appreciate how important platonic play is in a masculine relationship. When you think about it, competitive sports are an organized form of play between men. Unfortunately after boyhood, sports become only a proxy for real masculine play. Men have allowed themselves to be herded into stereotypes...
by June 15, 2015
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    I t ' s    N o t    E a s y    B e i n g    H a i r y !  My outdoors buddy is definitely a hairy guy.  His body is covered in blonde fur and he kind of “glows” when the sunlight hits him.  I didn’t really appreciate the drawbacks to all that hair until this recent heat wave.  We were texting this morning: R: “It was so hot I had the wife shave my back AND my butt.” Me: “Is it smooth like a baby’s or prickly like a pirates?” R: “Too much regrowth for a baby.” Me: “So you’re saying more tha...
by February 12, 2017
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Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...
by December 2, 2015
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For those of you who were on the previous site, you might remember that I had written some blogs (8 of them) and perhaps you did read some of them.  Tzolkin recently made copies and sent them to me, but I decided to start over rather than repost them.  This will be one long condensed version, I think.  I am sure it will be long, as I am very wordy.  So, you may have to read it in installments, or just quit if it gets too boring.   I was born in 1957 to a Christian family, my dad being a Baptis...
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I'm a down to earth guy who grew up in the country and loves being outdoors. I’m open for anything that gets me out there in search of adventure in the wilds. I especially enjoy hiking, backpacking, camping, alpine ski touring, snowshoeing, alpine climbing, snorkeling, bouldering, trail running, etc. I’m planning to get out more on my mountain bike, and try kite boarding next summer as well. Skinny dipping is also a given if it's hot and there’s an alpine lake or creek nearby. I'm naturally inquisitive and still have a sense of wonder about the world around me. That can lure me off trail to see the hidden places others rarely take the time to look for. My ideal day could include sunrise on a mountain summit, walking through a meadow full of wildflowers, seeing perfect snowflakes drifting from a winter sky, or kicking back next to a campfire and watching shooting stars streak across the galaxy. It would be amazing to have someone to share these experiences with. When not outdoors, I'm busy working out, reading, woodworking, gardening, watching good movies, and mentoring others. Grilling is my preferred mode of cooking during the warmer months, and I maintain a healthy diet in support of my fitness program.
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I am Tzolkin, a man of multiple talents but a master of none, I like exploring things beyond what general society portraits as normal, I am inquisitive and tend to look at things from a deeper perspective as part of the discovery process. Life is not finite, it is fluid and ever-changing.

I was born in Yokohama Japan, I have lived in the Philippines, Hawaii, Japan and have basically traveled the world, in the States I have lived in CA, NH, CO, NY, PA, IL, MI, MO, OH, and in towns such as Rochester, Las Angles, Chicago, Wellsville, Coudersport, Canandaigua, Churchville, Manchester, Silver Creek, New Port Richie, and many others.

The reason for all these moves in part was due to my father being in the military, he was a Chief Petty Office and as a result moved around a lot, in my own journey of life, I too was in the Army, I also moved a lot due to different jobs and sometimes I moved just because I wanted to, my home I guess you could say is all of spaceship earth.
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Mississippi guy, live in the country, love friends, family, coffe, and good food and occasionally IPA beers. Enjoy art, trying to pick up new skills, perhaps computer coding, I'm on freecodecamp.com so we'll see how that goes. Smile According to Myers Briggs I'm an INFP personality type primarily.
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I'm a down to earth guy who grew up in the country and loves being outdoors. I’m open for anything that gets me out there in search of adventure in the wilds. I especially enjoy hiking, backpacking, camping, alpine ski touring, snowshoeing, alpine climbing, snorkeling, bouldering, trail running, etc. I’m planning to get out more on my mountain bike, and try kite boarding next summer as well. Skinny dipping is also a given if it's hot and there’s an alpine lake or creek nearby. I'm naturally inquisitive and still have a sense of wonder about the world around me. That can lure me off trail to see the hidden places others rarely take the time to look for. My ideal day could include sunrise on a mountain summit, walking through a meadow full of wildflowers, seeing perfect snowflakes drifting from a winter sky, or kicking back next to a campfire and watching shooting stars streak across the galaxy. It would be amazing to have someone to share these experiences with. When not outdoors, I'm busy working out, reading, woodworking, gardening, watching good movies, and mentoring others. Grilling is my preferred mode of cooking during the warmer months, and I maintain a healthy diet in support of my fitness program.
13 Entries 2 Followers
I am Tzolkin, a man of multiple talents but a master of none, I like exploring things beyond what general society portraits as normal, I am inquisitive and tend to look at things from a deeper perspective as part of the discovery process. Life is not finite, it is fluid and ever-changing.

I was born in Yokohama Japan, I have lived in the Philippines, Hawaii, Japan and have basically traveled the world, in the States I have lived in CA, NH, CO, NY, PA, IL, MI, MO, OH, and in towns such as Rochester, Las Angles, Chicago, Wellsville, Coudersport, Canandaigua, Churchville, Manchester, Silver Creek, New Port Richie, and many others.

The reason for all these moves in part was due to my father being in the military, he was a Chief Petty Office and as a result moved around a lot, in my own journey of life, I too was in the Army, I also moved a lot due to different jobs and sometimes I moved just because I wanted to, my home I guess you could say is all of spaceship earth.
3 Entries 3 Followers
Mississippi guy, live in the country, love friends, family, coffe, and good food and occasionally IPA beers. Enjoy art, trying to pick up new skills, perhaps computer coding, I'm on freecodecamp.com so we'll see how that goes. Smile According to Myers Briggs I'm an INFP personality type primarily.
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It sad that sometimes true kindness is seen as an evil. I avoid breathing negativity, but what do you do when your words made to be hateful. The truth hurts but is medicine; lies don't heal, they only...
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by February 12, 2017
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Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...
by July 6, 2016
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I just spent six days with my bro Nick, and put him on the train to Portland this morning. He’d been working in Hawaii since December and only recently returned. The time together helped me more deeply appreciate how important platonic play is in a masculine relationship. When you think about it, competitive sports are an organized form of play between men. Unfortunately after boyhood, sports become only a proxy for real masculine play. Men have allowed themselves to be herded into stereotypes...
by December 2, 2015
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For those of you who were on the previous site, you might remember that I had written some blogs (8 of them) and perhaps you did read some of them.  Tzolkin recently made copies and sent them to me, but I decided to start over rather than repost them.  This will be one long condensed version, I think.  I am sure it will be long, as I am very wordy.  So, you may have to read it in installments, or just quit if it gets too boring.   I was born in 1957 to a Christian family, my dad being a Baptis...
by June 15, 2015
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    I t ' s    N o t    E a s y    B e i n g    H a i r y !  My outdoors buddy is definitely a hairy guy.  His body is covered in blonde fur and he kind of “glows” when the sunlight hits him.  I didn’t really appreciate the drawbacks to all that hair until this recent heat wave.  We were texting this morning: R: “It was so hot I had the wife shave my back AND my butt.” Me: “Is it smooth like a baby’s or prickly like a pirates?” R: “Too much regrowth for a baby.” Me: “So you’re saying more tha...
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by July 6, 2016
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I just spent six days with my bro Nick, and put him on the train to Portland this morning. He’d been working in Hawaii since December and only recently returned. The time together helped me more deeply appreciate how important platonic play is in a masculine relationship. When you think about it, competitive sports are an organized form of play between men. Unfortunately after boyhood, sports become only a proxy for real masculine play. Men have allowed themselves to be herded into stereotypes...
by June 15, 2015
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    I t ' s    N o t    E a s y    B e i n g    H a i r y !  My outdoors buddy is definitely a hairy guy.  His body is covered in blonde fur and he kind of “glows” when the sunlight hits him.  I didn’t really appreciate the drawbacks to all that hair until this recent heat wave.  We were texting this morning: R: “It was so hot I had the wife shave my back AND my butt.” Me: “Is it smooth like a baby’s or prickly like a pirates?” R: “Too much regrowth for a baby.” Me: “So you’re saying more tha...
by February 12, 2017
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Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...
by December 2, 2015
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For those of you who were on the previous site, you might remember that I had written some blogs (8 of them) and perhaps you did read some of them.  Tzolkin recently made copies and sent them to me, but I decided to start over rather than repost them.  This will be one long condensed version, I think.  I am sure it will be long, as I am very wordy.  So, you may have to read it in installments, or just quit if it gets too boring.   I was born in 1957 to a Christian family, my dad being a Baptis...
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by February 12, 2017
26 Comments
Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...
by July 6, 2016
17 Comments
I just spent six days with my bro Nick, and put him on the train to Portland this morning. He’d been working in Hawaii since December and only recently returned. The time together helped me more deeply appreciate how important platonic play is in a masculine relationship. When you think about it, competitive sports are an organized form of play between men. Unfortunately after boyhood, sports become only a proxy for real masculine play. Men have allowed themselves to be herded into stereotypes...
by December 2, 2015
14 Comments
For those of you who were on the previous site, you might remember that I had written some blogs (8 of them) and perhaps you did read some of them.  Tzolkin recently made copies and sent them to me, but I decided to start over rather than repost them.  This will be one long condensed version, I think.  I am sure it will be long, as I am very wordy.  So, you may have to read it in installments, or just quit if it gets too boring.   I was born in 1957 to a Christian family, my dad being a Baptis...
by June 15, 2015
13 Comments
    I t ' s    N o t    E a s y    B e i n g    H a i r y !  My outdoors buddy is definitely a hairy guy.  His body is covered in blonde fur and he kind of “glows” when the sunlight hits him.  I didn’t really appreciate the drawbacks to all that hair until this recent heat wave.  We were texting this morning: R: “It was so hot I had the wife shave my back AND my butt.” Me: “Is it smooth like a baby’s or prickly like a pirates?” R: “Too much regrowth for a baby.” Me: “So you’re saying more tha...
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by October 23, 2014
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Pete's Dialogues: Chapter 2, How Pete Saved my Life (Part II)   The year came to an end, and while I had good grades in three classes, I had terrible grades in the other two, including one "D".  I was horrified.  I had decided to take a job at the library, and stay in a house with a bunch of other guys.  At the end of the year, Dr. Henderson and I finally had a long talk about why I was not doing so well, with him asking lots of questions, but not giving much advice or criticism.  I remember...
by February 12, 2017
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Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...
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by October 23, 2014
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Pete's Dialogues: Chapter 2, How Pete Saved my Life (Part II)   The year came to an end, and while I had good grades in three classes, I had terrible grades in the other two, including one "D".  I was horrified.  I had decided to take a job at the library, and stay in a house with a bunch of other guys.  At the end of the year, Dr. Henderson and I finally had a long talk about why I was not doing so well, with him asking lots of questions, but not giving much advice or criticism.  I remember...
by February 12, 2017
48 Views 3 Likes 1 Favorite
Platonic Male affection, Homosexuality, and the LGBT Community in The Larger Societal ‘Family’ s0uthern https://youtu.be/4Khn_z9FPmU Link to the video by O'Keefe that I was referring to. Summary: If society didn't discourage or put same sex attraction and masculine love in general (for those who are not at all same-sex attracted but still long for that intimate friendship with other men) in a box, then I think that we probably wouldn't even have an LGBT community because there would not be a nee...