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Old 10-15-2006, 08:59 PM   #16
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Crying out loud was Thelma Evans, not Ron.
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Where did you see him crying? I saw him choked up and obviously sad, he hugged Dwayne and had sadness in his eyes. But there were no tears.

THANK YOU!!!!!!, Not a drop of water fell from Rons eyes.
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THANK YOU!!!!!!, Not a drop of water fell from Rons eyes.


I don't know what Solomon saw, but like you said, NO WATER!
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He could have been more manly about it. I just think he was TOO EMOTIONAL around another man.

No way. There was nothing gay about that. Just because he expressed himself in the way that he did does not make him look gay. What is your definition of "more manly"? As human beings on this earth, we all have different emotions to show when something makes us happy, sad or angry. I am a straight man and I see nothing wrong with a man crying. I think that a real man is one that his bold enough to be who he is. If God had not meant for a man to cry, chances are he would not have created us with tear ducts!

We get too caught up in the world with some beliefs on what makes a person a man. Being emotional around another man does not make one necessarily look gay. If I ever have a son, I will let him know that it is okay for a man to cry whether it is through good times or bad. My thing is you cry and get it out of the way and then you get back up on the road and keep truckin' strong.
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No way. There was nothing gay about that. Just because he expressed himself in the way that he did does not make him look gay. What is your definition of "more manly"? As human beings on this earth, we all have different emotions to show when something makes us happy, sad or angry. I am a straight man and I see nothing wrong with a man crying. I think that a real man is one that his bold enough to be who he is. If God had not meant for a man to cry, chances are he would not have created us with tear ducts!

We get too caught up in the world with some beliefs on what makes a person a man. Being emotional around another man does not make one necessarily look gay. If I ever have a son, I will let him know that it is okay for a man to cry whether it is through good times or bad. My thing is you cry and get it out of the way and then you get back up on the road and keep truckin' strong.

Have you ever seen situations where men felt like they were getting too emotional in front of each other and then all of a sudden they started saying-"HOW BOUT THEM BEARS?? Well that's what I mean
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Mr. Davis, you are making sitcom message board history. In my six and a half years, I have to say that you do stand out. There should be a sitcom about people type in sitcome message boards and trade tapes and get into conflicts about spinoffs and DVD Releases. Hey, I may just write that script.
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Mr. Davis, you are making sitcom message board history. In my six and a half years, I have to say that you do stand out. There should be a sitcom about people type in sitcome message boards and trade tapes and get into conflicts about spinoffs and DVD Releases. Hey, I may just write that script.


LOL-Haven't you seen that on a show before? Two men felt they were getting emotional in front of each other and then they start talking about sports.
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Solomon, I dunno about you, but if my best friend was moving to Japan, or Korea or wherever Dwayne was going, I would be crying and hugging him too.
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LOL-Haven't you seen that on a show before? Two men felt they were getting emotional in front of each other and then they start talking about sports.

Of Course. It always seem like they have something to prove. I say be yourself and know who you are.
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Have you ever seen situations where men felt like they were getting too emotional in front of each other and then all of a sudden they started saying-"HOW BOUT THEM BEARS?? Well that's what I mean
Forget what you MEANT, and stick with what you POSTED. You clearly stated Ron was crying (which he wasn't)...You stated men don't do that. Real men do. Whether a man will miss his best friend (whom he considers like a brother) shouldn't bother you, nor should how he reacts/behaves. You wouldn't cry. That doesn't mean that is how the rest of the world's men should behave.
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Forget what you MEANT, and stick with what you POSTED. You clearly stated Ron was crying (which he wasn't)...You stated men don't do that. Real men do. Whether a man will miss his best friend (whom he considers like a brother) shouldn't bother you, nor should how he reacts/behaves. You wouldn't cry. That doesn't mean that is how the rest of the world's men should behave.

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Forget what you MEANT, and stick with what you POSTED. You clearly stated Ron was crying (which he wasn't)...You stated men don't do that. Real men do. Whether a man will miss his best friend (whom he considers like a brother) shouldn't bother you, nor should how he reacts/behaves. You wouldn't cry. That doesn't mean that is how the rest of the world's men should behave.

Exactly

I don't think Solomon is in touch with his emotional side.
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I don't think Solomon is in touch with his emotional
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It just doesn't come out around men-lol
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It just doesn't come out around men-lol

Only in Solomon's world, My husband cried when our daughters were born, so does that make him (as you put it) gay????
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[QUOTE=Brieannas21]Only in Solomon's world, My husband cried when our daughters were born, so does that make him (as you put it) gay????[/QUOTE



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