Trygvesen Moulton
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Trygvesen Moulton is now a member of Art of Manliness
Apr 11, 2013

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Interests
Athletics: Running, biking, ultimate frisbee, weight lifting

Writing, and reading
Film media
Books
1984, A Song of Fire and Ice, Inheritance Cycle
Movies
Dark Knight, The Big Lebowski
Music
Nearly everything except country
System of a Down
Dragonforce
Classic rock
most american music in the early 1900s
Quote
"In a society that has abolished all adventure the only adventure is to abolishing that society"-unknown

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At 1:05am on April 13, 2013, Larry said…

Welcome to AoM, Trygvesen!

 
 
 

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