27 from Yuma, AZ  In to cars guns gas tattoos girls and booze....going through big life changes (divorce and attempting to join the local police even though I have record from 8 years ago) and thought this site would be a good one to guide me and keep me grounded and sane!  The manvotional books look like a good start, and the family and relations blogs.

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