Hey guys.  I just wanted to introduce myself. Ive been following AOM for some time now and I absolutely love it. I am an American, from Missouri doing emt work/missionary work in Eldoret Kenya for a year. 

Im into knives, vintage flatcaps and facial hair, haha.  Anyway thanks for reading I hope to contribute as long as I can. Im headed home in Sept of 2013. 

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Thanks!

Thank you Clay, yes I also look forward to getting to know you too. Take care. 

habari Caleb! Welcome to AoM

Thanks!

Hello, and we have similar last names.  :)

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