We meet our obligations, or we're not men. At least, there's a deficit of manhood when we don't. We're none of us perfect, but paying our way, trading value for value (which is the heart and root of honest work), and dealing honestly with one another—these are manly virtues. They're human virtues. And men value them.
Maybe it's just me but I think when you have already saddled future generations with $22 Trillion in debt because we didn't pay our own way maybe we should be thinking of ways to reduce the debt not add to it.
— TaxnotSpendnot (@favortj) January 1, 2021
So (for example), to fund what we're doing here, there's a store. And it's a store the way a man might design it—at least the way one man might. There are well-made products—no shiny, slick crap that falls apart in a week. "Gotcha!" We hate that. The shop is curated, like a man's tool cabinet. And each thing is something we like and use ourselves or want for ourselves. There's a thing about manhood and tradition: we like things built-well like our fathers knew and owned and made. Our shop is like that.
Let the essence of your #SnowPose be rooted in your desire for personal or professional development, self-reliance, financial security and sustainable livelihoods.
— Prince Gideon Olanrewaju (@LanreShaper) January 3, 2021
Curated means there aren't twenty kinds of socks and endless aisles to browse. Shopping, for us, is not an end in itself. We're not looking for more ways to sap our attention and chew up the best hours of the most productive days of our lives while finding ways to waste what we earn. There's no Muzak. Feel free to suggest new store items any time.