Mike Rowe On Guns

The New York Times recently ran an article on the ‘modern man’ (whatever that is), and safe to say the advice given is quite ridiculous. Mike Rowe took the opportunity to alter the statements as he saw fit.

NYT: The modern man doesn’t get hung up on his phone’s battery percentage. If it needs to run flat, so be it.
MR: A Man’s Man prefers his gas tank full, his weapon loaded, his pantry stocked, and his checkbook balanced. He also likes his phone sufficiently charged, and takes the necessary steps to accomplish that.

NYT: The modern man has no use for a gun. He doesn’t own one, and he never will.
MR: A Man’s Man owns at least one firearm. He knows how to use it, clean it, and store it properly. He understands it’s importance, and sees it for what it is – a tool that can protect him and his family.

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  2. NYT: The modern man checks the status of his Irish Spring bar before jumping in for a wash. Too small, it gets swapped out.
    MR: A Man’s Man uses Lava Soap. He uses it until it’s the size of a dime.

    – Yes

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