hello. i've been lurking for quite a while, reading the blog, loving it. i finally decided to join the forum. i look forward to talking about manly stuff and learning and passing on any knowlege i've picked up over my many many many years on this earth.

a bit about me....i'm 45, been around the world, literally, lived in a few different countries, and i don't take things too seriously.

so...nice to "meet" you all.

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Welcome.  I look forward to getting to know you.

"...I'm a man of wealth and taste!"

Sorry!  Had to be done, especially with that avatar. Welcome!

nice, i'm glad someone got that....well done sir, well done

I just engaged with this community recently myself.  Welcome.  Hope you find it one of the more productive places on the internet to hang out.  :)

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