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  • He's a cowboy from the South, your typical country boy turned southern gentleman. He's been up North for long enough to be considered a slicker, but his heart is still rooted in places where the wild is king.

    His style is marked by a cap that hides a receding hair line and denim with an over-sized belt buckle. He's not too much for the luxuries.

    At 34 he's young enough to be free and vibrant, but old enough to be well respected. And people respect him.
    It's impossible to ignore that silky Southern drawl that creeps up more when he's been drinking. And he's always just been drinking.

    When he's thinking with intent, silently problem solving, or waxing scientific his demeanor and dark eyes intimidate most passerbys. The prominence of his brow ridge presents an air of menace.

    But when he smiles and sings and laughs he assuages any and every misgiving.

    What a man that Bryan is.
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