Erik A. Ryan
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  • Norco, CA
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Interests
Homestead living, Wood working, AoM, My family, Whiskey
Books
Most Biographies and non fictions that teach me new skills
Movies
Tombstone, Revolver, Boondock Saints, Green Street Hooligans, Forest Gump, Brave Heart, Saraphim Falls, Into the wild, Finding Forester
Music
Ranges from Norah Jones/ Mumford and Sons in the morning or when I want to lower my stress level, to Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphy's, and some country - some times.
Quote
Death Before Dishonor

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