Just wanted to say to everyone.

I'm Loren from San Diego, CA. 32 years old, divorced (after three years in Wilmington, DE). I am a voracious reader and writer, I was a bigger sports fan and even a broadcaster for 10 years on the San Diego Chargers - but then again that is gone so I'm re-working that.

I've been a big fan of the Art of Manliness for 4 years, and loved the articles and podcasts. They were a constant companion on my long rides to and from work. Even now with a shorter commute I still listen and read plenty, especially at work (sorry not sorry), where I'm a Chief Operating Officer. 

Hello to everyone and looking forward to being a part of this.

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