Ted Nugent Shares One Condition To Become A Real Man

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In a new video from his ‘Spirit Campfire’ series on YouTube, Nugent outlined the essentials that define a ‘real man.’

“Ted Nugent Spirit Campfire is about rugged individualism, effervescent masculinity, being a good provider and protector of family. That includes always having a fire extinguisher in all your vehicles, a tool belt, a pocketknife, a handkerchief, reading glasses, a lighter, and a pen.”

Nugent emphasized the importance of being prepared and identified one item that he believes is essential:

“I mean be prepared. Every time somebody goes, ‘Anybody got a pen?’ I got a pen. ‘Anybody got a lighter?’ I got a lighter. Somebody cuts themselves and they’re going to die from hemorrhaging bleeding, I got my large neckerchief and I’ve saved lives when I carry handkerchief. By the way, all you guys out there if you don’t have a clean handkerchief, you’re not a real man. That’s a brash thing to say but my dad always checked before I left the house, ‘Do you have a clean handkerchief?’”

Nugent’s ‘Spirit Campfire’ is co-hosted by ESPN’s John Brenkus and features insights into musical influences, humorous stories, memorable moments, and a variety of guests. The show debuted in June 2020.

Describing the show, Nugent highlighted its commitment to ‘honest communication’ and the adventure it offers:

“My American Dream has been enhanced and throttled by uninhibited, non-filtered honest communication on all levels forever, and the ‘Ted Nugent Spirit Campfire’ exemplifies this openness and positive spiritual and intellectual adventure. It’s the physics of spirituality with attitude. We’re having a damn rock ‘n’ roll riot here.”

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