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AoM Utah

Location: Utah
Members: 46
Latest Activity: Mar 14

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Dancing

Started by Beowulf87 Jul 27, 2012. 0 Replies

I'm a California native, and have been out here for just under a year now.  My culture's idea of dancing is bumping and grinding, so I've never gotten into it.  Now that I'm out here, I've noticed…Continue

Salt Lake City Metro Area?

Started by Suburban Sentinel. Last reply by Suburban Sentinel Feb 5, 2012. 4 Replies

My wife and I are relocating and the Salt Lake City metro area is on our short list.  Is anybody from around that neck of the woods?This is a move we can't take lightly; involves relocating the…Continue

FYI: Art of Shaving store just opened in Murray

Started by Andy Freeman. Last reply by Stephen Larsen Oct 22, 2011. 1 Reply

I just stopped by Fashion Place mall to grab some lunch and saw something that just made my day.  They recently opened an Art of Shaving store in the mall.  I was ecstatic.  If you have never used…Continue

job huntin'

Started by liam. Last reply by Devin Ulibarri Oct 7, 2011. 5 Replies

so i just had the thought that i might should ask on here if anyone knows ofany decent jobs in slc. i've been looking for over three months, andit's tough out there.  attached is my resume in the…Continue

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Comment by Andrew on September 12, 2013 at 1:49pm

Nice to see so many other Utahns! I grew up mostly in Layton utah, currently living in SLC.

For hobbies, I enjoy reading, swimming, getting massages, snuggling with friends, and especially video games.

Comment by N. Vest on June 24, 2013 at 6:55pm

Guess I'll check in. Grew up in Colorado but I've been in Utah for 10+years. Most recently moved up to Logan for schooling.

Been married 8 years with 3, soon to be 4, strapping young lads.

hobbies are sadly lacking but with the help of AoM I'm picking a few back up, starting with mace/Indian club training.

Comment by Martin D. Toomey on July 12, 2012 at 11:00am

Good morning Utah. Glad to see such a strong showing! I live in Orem with my wife and two girls. I am an independent financial planner. I mostly focus (mostly, not exclusively) on military families debt, savings, and investments. For hobbies I read, write, hike, flyfish, bird hunt (no dog anymore though), and shooting, though no longer competitive. I look forward to meeting all of you somewhere down the road!

Comment by Jonathan Hansen on May 25, 2012 at 11:31pm

Howdy! I'm in saratoga and new to the community. Nice to see Utah has a community of gentlemen

Comment by Stephen Larsen on March 5, 2012 at 5:19pm

Welcome Scott!  Chat me up sometime.

Comment by Scott J on March 3, 2012 at 5:38pm

Hello guys -- My name's Scott. I live in Taylorsville, married 35 years with two sons, 29 and 34. Work at Intermountain Medical Center. Interests include music, mostly classical (esp choral and organ), and man to man chats, esp when guys can let down the walls and be real. I work out most days, and love a good, safe massage exchange.

 

Looking forward to getting acquainted!

Comment by Robert Jenson on March 1, 2012 at 1:34am

Hi Josh! Welcome!

Comment by Stephen Larsen on September 14, 2011 at 3:36pm
I just moved to Ogden!  Any men wanna get together for an outing lemme know!
Comment by Andy Freeman on September 11, 2011 at 5:08pm
Well it is legal to open carry a gun and you can carry concealed with a permit.... the only limitation I can even ever remember hearing about knives  is that you can't buy a mechanical opening knife here..(no switchblades) so I am pretty sure you will be just fine.
Comment by Beowulf87 on September 3, 2011 at 4:22am
I'll be visiting the state for a little while, and was thinking about the topic of knife carry.  What are the laws, if anyone here is around Utah? Folders? Fixed blades? Size requirements? I'm from California, and am used to the laws of no-CC'd-FB but acceptable-CC'd-folder. What is it like there? Anyone have any experience? I'd appreciate anyone's input!
 

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