Grayson Guyer
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Grayson Guyer is now a member of Art of Manliness
Apr 19, 2011

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Interests
Dog Training, Fly Fishing, Hunting, Rugby, Football.
Books
Tides of War (Steven Pressfield), The Old Man and the Boy (Robert Ruark)
Movies
To Kill a Mockingbird, The Cowboys
Music
The Gourds, Bill Monroe, Robert Earl Keen
Quote
Be a man of principle. Fight for what you believe in. Keep your word. Live with integrity. Be brave. Believe in something bigger than yourself. Serve your country.
Teach. Mentor. Give something back to society. Lead from the front. Conquer your fears. Be a good friend. Be humble and be self-confident.
... Appreciate your friends and family. Be a leader and not a follower. Be valorous on the field of battle. And take responsibility for your actions.
Never forget those that were killed. And never let rest those that killed them.
-Maj. Doug Zembiec, KIA, Iraq 2007

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