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If You Want To Be A Man – Be A King

Since the beginning my concept for Well-Met was to be a beacon of goodness for men. I have used many words to express that, mostly by others much wiser than me such as in the Well-Met Code and the quotes I list there to support the four values of Enterprise, Decision, Compassion, and Sincerity. But … Continue reading

Real Life Saint Bernard Saves Girl

Most people know the name St. Bernard for the dog that was bred to rescue people in the Alps, which are in turn named for Saint Bernard of Menthon by way of Great St. Bernard Pass in Switzerland. This week in New York a man named St. Bernard is being hailed as a true savior … Continue reading

Men’s Health Week Leads Up To Fathers’ Day

Every June, during Men’s Health Month, the week leading up to Fathers’ Day is Men’s Health Week. This being a resource for men’s wellness this of course is a very important week and one that we all need to take time to focus on the matter. There are of course the big health issues, and throughout … Continue reading

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sign Paralyzed Man

On Tuesday, the Buccaneers signed Eric LeGrand,who played for new Bucs Head Coach Greg Schiano at Rutgers, to their 90-man offseason roster, adding him to a team full of accomplished athletes. What makes this signing unique is that LeGrand is currently in a wheelchair and hasn’t walked in 19 months.  On October 16, 2010, he was … Continue reading

May The 4th Be With You – What I Learned From: Star Wars

I saw it coming: my 200th post here. Around 190 I started to feel the pressure. I started thinking, what grand statement can I make with the post. Should it be a personal story, a wrap up of the first 2 centuries, a kick off to some new project? Was I trying to hard? I … Continue reading

When Releasing The Safety Is A Good Thing: The Pack and Nick Collins

Normally bad things can happen when you release the safety, such as on a gun, but I think the Green Bay Packers did the right thing in releasing Safety Nick Collins. And that is a hard thing for me to say, considering the positive impact he had on the Defense and what the loss of … Continue reading

Heview: Cory The Bike Fixer – Changing The World One Bike At A Time

My wife and I recently purchased two new bikes – identical unisex ones – from Cory The Bike Fixer, and our experience was everything we expected – attentive, helpful, and personal despite it being a very busy day at the shop. As a child and teen I used to ride bikes all the time. I … Continue reading

Men’s Style Icon Ray-Ban Releases Pro-Gay Ad

In honor of its 75th anniversary, Ray-Ban  – creator of the famous Aviator and Wayfarer sunglasses – has continued an ad campaign started in 2007 called Never Hide in which they feature their own photographs of people standing out in the crowd, and also allow fans to submit their own photos. On a loading screen … Continue reading

Poppe Out To Battle Illiteracy With Hop Hop

JC Poppe, contributor and recently former hip-hop blogger, has organized a benefit for Literacy Services of Wisconsin using hip-hop music as the draw to get people out to raise money, as well as collect books and reading glasses via the Hip-Hop Hates Iliteracy event at Cactus Club tonight, Friday, April 6. Starting at 9 p.m. at Cactus Club, Poppe … Continue reading



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