Hello everyone,

Been a long time lurker of the site. Been about 2 years now. I've read the AoM books and follow all I can from the site but never did sign up. Well last night I finally thought, why not, from looking in the forums everyone here seemed like they were here to help and learn. So here I am. I am excited to be a part of it as well. I am not a huge reader but I was thinking of trying to get started and also join the book club. What better way to start reading more than with books recommened by AoM.
I'm 34 and live in MN. So I just wanted to say hi to everyone and get started with being manly.

Thanks everyone,

Eli

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There are specific books written by AOM?  I'd love to get my hands on them, but I'm sure they're not in audio format.  Even text would work for me that I could read on my computer.  Too bad for me.  Anyway, welcome to the ssite.  Glad you're finally immerging from the shadows.

Thanks!! It's great to finally be a part of this manly manliness!!

Heck yeah, they have 2 books. Go look in the Shop section. They are even signed it says if you buy from them.

for the lazy AoM books

J.D. - there are audio version on Amazon. :)

Great to have ya, Eli! I'm originally from the Twin Cities -- skol Vikings!

-Jeremy

Thanks Jeremy!
It sure is a love/hate thing with those Vikes....:-)

Welcome Eli.

Welcome aboard, Eli.

Thanks for all the Welcomes guys...appreciate it.

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