I am CJ from Fairfield and have been a follower of AoM for about 6 months and finally decided to join the community. Originally from Malden, MA, I am an avid Boston sports fan and get up to the area as often as I can. I spent many years teaching History until a recent jump into school administration at the high school level. I have a wife and three beautiful daughters...but there's ALWAYS room for AoM! I am a beginning home-brewer and am always on the lookout for good beer. I'm an avid reader, love music, love film and have dabbled with writing some of my own stuff.

I love what I've seen so far and am looking forward to getting to know others through, posts, blogs and such.

Glad to be among you all!
-CJ

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