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  • 3 Doors Down's Brad Arnold stops show to kick out male fan for hitting a woman

    07/17/2015 2:25:06 PM PDT · by rikkir · 26 replies ^ | 7/17/2015 | Casey Scheffler
    3 Doors Down frontman Brad Arnold recently stopped singing mid-performance to kick out a male fan for hitting a woman in the audience during the band's July 14 concert in Broomfield, Colorado according to a Friday, July 17 report from Mashable. Brad Arnold spotted the man being abusive to the female in the audience and went off on the man. “Hang on, hang on, hang on. Hey, hey homie. You don’t hit a woman,” Arnold yelled to the man. “You just pushed a woman out of the way to get in a fight, you d**k! Get him the hell out...
  • Whatever Happened To…Manly Virtues

    07/17/2014 9:20:41 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 27 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 7/17/14 | Michael D. Shaw
    Virtue: A habitual and firm disposition to do the good. Cardinal virtues are prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance. Traditional male virtues are strength, courage, independence, heroism in combat, and sexual initiative. For many years, Jesus has been portrayed as a Galilean flower child, walking around the countryside being nice, preaching love and peace, and having a thing for Mary Magdalene. Somehow, this easygoing hippie runs afoul of the corrupt power structure, and ends up dying with career criminals, under horrible circumstances. Of course, even a casual reading of the Gospels reveals something far different. If anything, Jesus is a confrontational,...
  • Allen West to FAU Students: This Is Your Final Warning

    04/17/2013 6:31:53 PM PDT · by markomalley · 24 replies
    Former congressman Allen West (R., Fla.) posted a message on Facebook Wednesday warning a group of students from Florida Atlantic University that if they continue to harass his wife “you will face me.”“The students from Florida Atlantic University who have gone to my wife’s office, stalked her at the FAU Board of Trustee meetings, and sent letters to her company headquarters, end it now,” West wrote in his message, posted at 11:21 a.m. “This is not a threat, it is a promise that if Angela calls and tells me of one more incident, you will face me, the side of...
  • Chivalry: The Opposite of Good Manners?

    12/14/2012 8:20:17 AM PST · by Servant of the Cross · 6 replies
    National Review ^ | 12/14/2012 | Mona Charen
    The code persists despite feminists’ best efforts. Chivalry is back in the news. The always alert Charles Murray of the American Enterprise Institute draws our attention to an item in the Psychology of Women Quarterly. A new study on what the authors are pleased to call “benevolent sexism” (which, as Murray translates, seems to mean gentlemanly behavior) found that both women and men are happier when men behave like gentlemen. This being a sociological publication, though, the findings are not written in English, but rather in academic argot. It’s full of sentences like this: “A structural equation model revealed that...
  • Don't You Dare Open a Door for Me!

    12/14/2012 5:29:50 AM PST · by Kaslin · 109 replies ^ | December 14, 2012 | Mona Charen
    Chivalry is back in the news. The always-alert Charles Murray of the American Enterprise Institute draws our attention to an item in the Psychology of Women Quarterly. A new study on what the authors are pleased to call "benevolent sexism" (which, as Murray translates, seems to mean gentlemanly behavior) found that both women and men are happier when men behave like gentlemen. This being a sociological publication, though, the findings are not written in English, but rather in academic argot. It's full of sentences like this: "A structural equation model revealed that benevolent sexism was positively associated with diffuse system...
  • Titanic mystery over violin 'from band leader who played on'

    01/31/2012 9:16:40 AM PST · by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis · 113 replies · 2+ views
    Telegraph ^ | 1-31-12
    An auctioneer has hired experts to try to verify claims by the owner of the century old instrument that it belonged to Wallace Hartley, the leader of the vessel’s eight-man musical ensemble. If proved, it could become the most valuable Titanic artefact ever to be considered for auction. But the claim is being treated with caution as a result. Hartley and his fellow musicians earned legendary status for their decision to play on as the ship sank on its maiden voyage on April 15, 1912. They are said to have played the hymn “Nearer My God to Thee” after the...
  • Poll: Women Treated with Less Chivalry

    08/17/2010 9:58:42 AM PDT · by lakeprincess · 181 replies
    The Washington TImes ^ | 8/17/10 | Jennifer Harper
    Feminists may insist that life for women has gotten better since the days when raucous female activists marched in the streets for equality and questioned traditional social mores... Pollsters say otherwise. Things are out of kilter. And pretty dismal, according to a Harris Poll released Monday. Eight out of 10 Americans, in fact, say, "Women today are treated with less chivalry than in the past."
  • Video of Man Carrying two Ladies Across Flooded Street (Chivalry Is Not Dead in Russian)

    07/09/2010 10:25:27 AM PDT · by FredJake · 5 replies
    What we have here are two ladies trying to figure a way to cross a flooded street, someplace in Russia. Suddenly a man stops in the middle of the road and offers to carry both ladies across the water so they can stay dry.That's not all. As if the man's chivalry was not enough to tout this video, after he gets one lady across the flooded street, a speeding car comes down the road pulling a guy who is water surfing.Well, the gentleman would not be distracted from his call to duty. So after the car and skier went...
  • Video of Man Carrying two Ladies Across Flooded Street (Chivalry Is Not Dead in Russian)

    07/08/2010 4:13:32 PM PDT · by OneVike · 12 replies · 1+ views
    What we have here are two ladies trying to figure a way to cross a flooded street, someplace in Russia. Suddenly a man stops in the middle of the road and offers to carry both ladies across the water so they can stay dry.That's not all. As if the man's chivalry was not enough to tout this video, after he gets one lady across the flooded street, a speeding car comes down the road pulling a guy who is water surfing. Well, the gentleman would not be distracted from his call to duty. So after the car and skier...
  • Year in Review for Medievalists

    01/01/2009 6:47:59 AM PST · by Mike Fieschko · 16 replies · 523+ views
    News for Medievalists ^ | Sunday, December 28, 2008 | Unknown
    As 2008 winds down, we will take this opportunity to look back at some of the most interesting medieval stories of the year. Here is our list of top articles placed on our news blog: Art Historian recreates 'The Mystic Ark' of Hugh of Saint Victor Polish archaeologists find remains of three Teutonic Knights Byzantine gold coins discovered in Jerusalem Fordham Professor Decodes Hidden Messages in Medieval Text Byzantine art exhibition at the Royal Academy, London Battle of Agincourt Archaeological discoveries in Rome Istanbul project reveals Byzantine discoveries Boyana church in Sofia - Medieval frescos Vikings may have gone out...
  • Teach Your Son To Be A Man

    12/04/2008 8:14:55 AM PST · by Davy Buck · 33 replies · 1,253+ views
    The Art of Manliness ^ | 2 December 2008 | Sean Platt
    "Whenever I’m watching a movie that hearkens back to a sepia tinted yesteryear, it isn’t the simpler times I long for so much as a return to the distant days when a man rose alongside the sunrise and was expected to give the daylight his best. Clothes were sharper, adolescence shorter, and the word man still deserving of the first spot in the word manners. Now it seems as if there is something *missing, something stripped from today’s men, besides their buttons and blazers . . ." ~ Sean Platt
  • Robert E. Lee on Manliness

    11/18/2008 2:40:42 PM PST · by Davy Buck · 11 replies · 853+ views
    The Art of Manliness ^ | 27 October 2008 | Richard G. Williams, Jr.
    Becoming a successful man in America today, as always, includes giving due consideration to your father’s admonitions and wisdom. For the most part, your father is wiser than you are—and he always will be. Wisdom comes chiefly through getting older. Since your father will always be older than you, he will always be wiser. Men should also read the words and deeds of great men of the past—especially fathers. One such example is that great Virginian, Robert E. Lee.
  • How the PC brigade are killing off chivalry

    10/11/2008 4:57:04 PM PDT · by CE2949BB · 32 replies · 657+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 16th September 2008 | Liz Thomas
    These days, it's difficult for a gentleman to know whether holding a door for a lady is a polite gesture...or a real insult.
  • 100 skills every man should know-Popular Mechanics

    10/03/2008 5:59:02 AM PDT · by Dutchgirl · 83 replies · 7,836+ views
    Popular Mechanics ^ | 9/8/2008 | The Editors
    Brains and charm are fine, but a real guy needs to know how to do real stuff. After months of debate among PM’s expert editors, here’s our lineup of essential skills, broken down in 10 categories for the competent man—plus 20 tools you need to own. Automotive 1. Handle a blowout 2. Drive in snow 3. Check trouble codes 4. Replace fan belt 5. Wax a car 6. Conquer an off-road obstacle 7. Use a stick welder 8. Hitch up a trailer 9. Jump start a car Handling Emergencies 10. Perform the Heimlich 11. Reverse hypothermia 12. Perform hands-only CPR...
  • Co-ed Combat and Cultural Cowardice

    11/02/2007 11:46:20 PM PDT · by XR7 · 5 replies · 93+ views
    DesiringG-d & World Magazine ^ | 11/02/2007 | John Piper
    If I were the last man on the planet to think so, I would want the honor of saying no woman should go before me into combat to defend my country. A man who endorses women in combat is not pro-woman; he’s a wimp. He should be ashamed. For most of history, in most cultures, he would have been utterly scorned as a coward to promote such an idea. Part of the meaning of manhood as God created us is the sense of responsibility for the safety and welfare of our women. Back in the seventies, when I taught in...

    10/29/2007 8:23:57 AM PDT · by opineapple · 3 replies · 64+ views
    FEMINEMISM:  The misogynistic and pornographic degradation of women in popular culture begot by the promotion of sexual liberation as a form of free expression. But the feminist leaders of Kate Michelman's generation, still painfully peddling sexual liberation as a path to empowerment for women, have never accepted responsibility for the carnage that has been unleashed in feminism's name. Levy also sees raunch culture as rooted in the history of feminism. Raunch culture doesn't just signify that feminism is far from winning all its battles. It's also an expression of the failure of sexual liberation. The sharpest irony of...
  • ***The OFFICIAL Weekend Singles Thread*** Oct 19-21, 2007 - Chivalry, Gallantry and Manhood

    10/19/2007 4:22:09 PM PDT · by DaveLoneRanger · 92 replies · 196+ views
    Welcome to the Singles Thread! Good evening. This weekend's proposed topic of discussion is chivalry, or, using the title I didn't have room for, "the proper behavior of men, and how they should treat women."Random House (Unabridged) defines chivalry as "the sum of the ideal qualifications of a knight, including courtesy, generosity, valor, and dexterity in arms." The American Heritage Dictionary defines it as "The qualities idealized by knighthood, such as bravery, courtesy, honor, and gallantry toward women." The word comes from Old French chevalerie which meant "horsemanship," coming originally from the word caballus which we get words like...
  • Chivalry is not dead. What do you all think of this....

    07/30/2007 7:36:32 AM PDT · by FlatLandBeer · 61 replies · 3,192+ views
    My son who is in the Coast Guard, was in Boston Saturday when his Cutter pulled in and was out with some of the crew doing bar hopping. He steps outside and down an ally to make a cell phone call. Two older ladies (his mom's age) were in the ally taking a smoke break. A "bum" walks in to the ally leans his back against the wall and starts to relive himself. My son then suggests the ladies leave the ally and then he goes back and gives the guy the riot act (using sailor's language) over his behavior....
  • When mommy goes off to war, it's rough on kids [sickening]

    11/29/2006 8:36:31 AM PST · by XR7 · 301 replies · 4,932+ views
    The Seattle Times ^ | 11/28/06 | Donna St. George
    HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. — When they called her name, she could not move. Sgt. Leana Nishimura intended to walk up proudly, shake the dignitaries' hands and accept their honors for her service in Iraq — a special coin, a lapel pin, a glass-encased U.S. flag. But her son clung to her leg. He cried and held tight...T.J. was 9, her oldest child, and although eight months had passed since she had returned from the war zone, he was still upset by anything that reminded him of her deployment... The faraway move to live with his grandmother. The months that...
  • SUMO WRESTLERS TO THE RESCUE! Big Guys Rescue Woman From Train Station Molester (Video)

    08/26/2006 9:16:36 AM PDT · by AmericanInTokyo · 58 replies · 2,533+ views
    NNT TV Network, Tokyo (short video clip) ^ | 26 August 2006 | NNN TV (Tokyo) News (short video clip)
    Here is a light-hearted Saturday story of chivalry with a dash of comedy.Japanese TV reported this story today. Here is the video clip.It seems a young Japanese lady, minding her own business, became the target of a sexual harasser (so-called "chikan") at an underground stairway in a Tokyo subway station.Just as the women was being accosted by the perp, it happened that too rather beefy, young, sumo wrestlers were passing by. Great timing.Needless to say, they made 'chanko nabe' of that little pervert in no time at all, grabbing a hold of him, getting him in a headlock, and...
  • MODERN MANNERS (Offering a Woman a Seat Is 'Creepy,' According to GQ)

    08/18/2006 1:45:48 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 418 replies · 7,295+ views
    New York Post ^ | August 18, 2006 | Liz Smith
    'WOMEN ARE equals now. They can fend for themselves. To offer a perfectly healthy woman a seat simply because she is a woman, however well-intentioned, is creepy. At best, she'll think you're from another country; at worst she'll feel old, or overweight enough to be perceived as pregnant." And that is a lesson in modern manners, according to the new issue of GQ (with Clive Owen on the cover). Glenn O'Brien and other GQ scribes weigh in on e-mails, cellphones, gym etiquette, dressing for travel, how to handle chatty seatmates, sleeping with your friend's ex, online dating, wedding gifts and...
  • In Search of Chivalry Did it sink with the Titanic?

    04/13/2006 11:55:44 AM PDT · by ReleaseTheHounds · 89 replies · 1,990+ views
    National Review Online ^ | April 13, 2006 | Carrie Lukas
    Imagine a luxury liner sinking into artic waters with too few lifeboats for its passengers. Who would get those seats? When the Titanic sank on April 15, 1912, the answer was obvious: women and children had first priority. Why was this? Certainly, the male passengers could have over-powered most of the women and saved their own lives. What kept them from doing so? Chivalry. The idea that part of being a man (and certainly part of being a gentleman) is to sacrifice willingly to protect those who are more vulnerable. Of course, all those aboard the Titanic were equally vulnerable...
  • The Forget Hell! crowd

    02/27/2006 6:14:47 AM PST · by SuzyQ2 · 220 replies · 4,418+ views ^ | February 27, 2006 | W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
    I love history. I’m proud of my Southern heritage. But for me to be angry to the point of protesting a moment in Southern history that happened nearly a century-and-a-half ago would be just, well, nonsensical. And would in some ways tarnish that heritage.
  • Don't talk to her like that again.

    06/21/2005 9:03:48 PM PDT · by ConservativeMan55 · 284 replies · 6,872+ views
    Don't talk to her like that again. Those were the words of Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade. A debate had been scheduled between Debra Burlingan and Richard Tofel. Debra's brother was killed on 9-11. The debate was over the freedom center. Tofel is the director of the International freedom center. Tofel was clearly outmatched by Debra. She won every argument. Tofel appeared to be very secretive. After the debate was over and the segment ended Tofel walked up to Debra. Debra was very emotional at this point. Her eyes had already filled with tears. Tofel walked up to Debra...
  • Cal football player run over twice; saves coed from attack

    06/29/2005 9:04:57 PM PDT · by SmithL · 150 replies · 3,730+ views
    Contra Costa Times ^ | 6/29/5 | Jay Heater
    BERKELEY - Mike Tepper rode along Telegraph Avenue, past the spot where he nearly was killed early Sunday morning. He noticed that blood stains remained on the street along with the skid marks made by the Chrysler used to run him over.Those were sobering reminders of a harrowing incident that left Tepper, a freshman offensive tackle for Cal's football team, with a broken fibula, severe ligament damage and a dislocated tibia in his right leg.The injuries seemed minor considering that Tepper had been run over twice. Berkeley police arrested Berkeley's John Ray Smith and Oakland's Calvin Kelly and charged them...
  • Book Review: The Compleat Gentleman: The Modern Man's Guide to Chivalry, by Brad Miner

    03/11/2005 12:12:45 AM PST · by Stoat · 4 replies · 1,440+ views
    The Claremont Institute ^ | March 10, 2005 | Terrence O. Moore
    Chivalry Now A review of The Compleat Gentleman: The Modern Man's Guide to Chivalry, by Brad Miner By Terrence O. Moore   Edmund Burke's famous pronouncement that "the age of chivalry is gone" was perhaps premature. Sure, ten thousand swords did not leap from the scabbards of the French nobility to defend Marie Antoinette, but such a betrayal did not mean that "the unbought grace of life, the cheap defence of nations, the nurse of manly sentiment and heroic enterprise" was forgotten in Britain, or America. More than two centuries later, the spirit of chivalry has not been entirely...
  • Aussie Archbishop's priory dream - Raised to highest ranks in oldest Chivalric Order in Christendom

    04/09/2004 9:24:24 PM PDT · by Destro · 1 replies · 166+ views ^ | Wednesday, 7 April 2004 | Shane Desiatnik
    Archbishop's priory dream By Shane Desiatnik Wednesday, 7 April 2004 tremendous honour: Archbishop David-Francis Corbett conducting a knighthood ceremony in Malta in November 2003. Katoomba Archbishop David-Francis Corbett has risen to the highest ranks of one of the oldest Chivalric Orders in Christendom. His work within the Orthodox-Catholic Church in Australia has led him to four distinguished knighthoods, election as leader of the Byzantine Order of the Holy Sepulchre and in September last year, election as Grand Commander of the Order in Australasia and Oceania. His official duties have taken him around the world, but he is now on a...
  • Is chivalry outdated?

    09/16/2003 11:59:55 AM PDT · by stainlessbanner · 47 replies · 355+ views
    msn ^ | 16 Sept 2003 | Alan Goldsher
    One of the dictionary definitions of "old-fashioned" is, "A style or method formerly in vogue; outdated." Oftentimes, being a gentleman is considered old-fashioned. So if the dictionary is right, acting like a gentleman is outdated.Is that really possible? Could being polite to your girl be outmoded? Is it archaic to treat a woman with the utmost respect at all times? Heck, no. We asked five single women to offer up some thoughts regarding the gentlemanliness -- or lack thereof -- of their significant others: "Jon has the best manners. He never talks with his mouth full, he always makes sure...
  • Is Chivalry Dead?

    04/29/2003 1:39:27 PM PDT · by fhardesian · 35 replies · 9,426+ views
    toogoodreports ^ | 4/29/03 | Bernard Chapin
    Is Chivalry Dead? By Bernard Chapin There are a great many burdens to shoulder in the modern world and surely one of them is whether or not we adhere to social mores. The challenge is whether we successfully can adapt to how the world actually functions in the face of what we learned as children. For men, one of the biggest obstacles is whether we should still incorporate the virtues of chivalry into our daily behavior. Chivalry is a practice that is in transition and may be, in a hundred years, just another quaint artifact of an obsolete age- like...
  • Teen Singer Forgets Words To National Anthem (Gets Rescued in Fine Way)

    04/28/2003 4:07:47 PM PDT · by FreeRadical · 44 replies · 4,156+ views ^ | 4/28/03 |
    PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Blazers beat Dallas 98-79 in Game 4 of their NBA playoff series on Sunday, but that's not the only thing Portland head coach Maurice Cheeks had to be proud of. Prior to the game, Cheeks went to the rescue of 13-year-old Natalie Gilbert, who froze up and forgot the words to the national anthem before a nationally televised audience. Video: National Anthem Amnesia After she faltered and shot a pleading look toward the sideline, Cheeks went to her side and began to sing the song with her. Despite the fact that he was off-key and couldn't...

    04/25/2003 3:15:28 AM PDT · by Doctor13 · 38 replies · 365+ views
    The Washington Times | 23 April 2003/Pg. A2 | Culture, et cetera section
    "In the wee hours of April 15, 1912, the great ship (SS Titanic) slipped into the deep waters of the North Atlantic, sending 1,503 passengers and crewmen to a watery grave. "The vast majority of the dead were men, many of whom stood bravely as they watched lifeboats full of women and children row away from the doomed ship. "During the U.S. Senate inquiry, First Officer Charles H. Lightoller was asked, "You discriminated entirely in the interest of the passengers -- first women and children -- in filling those lifeboats. Lightoller replied: 'Yes, sir,' to which the senator pressed, 'Why...
  • [ Daily Tolkien / Lord Of The Rings ] Tolkien and Chivalry

    12/23/2002 5:01:00 AM PST · by JameRetief · 23 replies · 502+ views
    Chivalry Today ^ | December 6, 2002 | Scott Farrell
    Tolkien and Chivalry Many people think of chivalry as a concept which comes from tales of swords, knights and wizardry of the Middle Ages. Ironically, however, one of the best-known tales of swords and wizardry comes not from the Middle Ages at all, but from the 20th century. “The Lord of the Rings,” written by J.R.R. Tolkien, appeared in the 1950s, and since its publication it has been responsible for introducing a whole new generation (or, more realistically, several new generations) to an ideal of heroism and chivalry that would have been very familiar to people of medieval Europe.Today, as...