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69 M San Bernardino, CA

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Last Online
Yesterday – 8:00pm
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Sagittarius, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), German (Okay), Spanish (Okay), Yiddish (Okay), Russian (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I'm retired military, been married, widowed, divorced, and have two daughters (one in California, one in Germany). I'm a retired aircraft inspector. Hobbies are painting, fixing things, history, and computers. I once owned a bookstore so still have plenty to read. Healthwise, I'm in good shape the VA doctors say. I speed walk, lift light weights, and even dance on occasion. I can be a good listener (like all men are of course?), and even be passionate, romantic, and affectionate..., but yeah, why stop there? I'm "into" self-hypnosis, metaphysics, historical studies, and conspiracies. I've been to Russia, Estonia, Israel, Iraq, and all over Europe, Panama, Brazil, South Africa, Rhodesia, and Argentina. For me, life's a trade-off, but in the end it really depends on who you are, and who you are with.
What I’m doing with my life
I've retired twice, and I've had my piece of the American pie, but still must press on as they say. I've never been this old before, so can't say I'd change anything. Maybe I should have done the law school thing, run for Congress, and then jail.., but I've got enough stories to entertain you for awhile.
I’m really good at
I keep a clean house (hell, 30 years in the military, right?), and I dabble (is that the right phrase?) with interior design, mostly south-western. I was a Labor law and Aviation paralegal for a couple years, so I'm a wonderful muck-racking SOB. I love to fiddle around in local politics, writing some "in your face" articles about the idiots we elect to "lead" us. Oh, and I do a little radio talk show on KCAA AM 1050 on Sundays at 11:05. San Bernardino, CA
The first things people usually notice about me
That depends if I'm smiling. If not I'm a mean looking old foul dude, then again if I am, I'm fairly good looking old stud-muffin. This season I'm doing an "extreme make-over", so I should be damn near irresitable by mid-summer..(chuckle)..! Oh, did I mention I can also fix things? That's usually a real chick magnet right there, Aye..?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like audio-books and YouTube for how to repairs.., and I bet you didn't know one can power a clock or vibrator using a potato, or did you..? Oh wait.., what did that have to do with the subject of favorites..? Being an old cheap bastard I do the Chinese buffet, but not on dates. Anything low carb Atkins type. Many of you don't like RAP as music, that's because it ain't music.., just a rebellious cry from de hood. Now, Cuban or Latin music is something else.
The six things I could never do without
I guess the things that kept prisoners of war alive; some type of a belief that there is a higher power outside ourselves. I don't mean that Mama Ju-Ju back in New Orleans wearing the cellulose wig, but maybe special friends, a continuing goal in life, and the memories of all the girls I've loved before. Then of course, food, water, and clean underwear..
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Mostly what all men think about..(chuckle).., so moving right along.., this morning I started reading the book, "Don't Go There" which tells one where not to go in the world. Another one is, "Self Imagery" which tells you how to figure yourself out. Then I think about that until the second cup of coffee..
On a typical Friday night I am
I've had the disco nights in 60's, funky doings in 70's, and those "enlightened" mornings in the 80's." Then a Gypsy woman told me I'd live to be 86 and then die by fire. Ops.., I thought it would be a jelouse husband. Fridays I make a fire on the patio, listen to Latin music, and smoke a good smelling small cigar (yes, there are some out there).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Well, I've done all the perverted things boys and men do (until I wised up), but never actually killed anything other than a rat, or that little guy with an icepick in a Saigon bar. Somebody mentioned most men lead "lives of quit desperation", and I admit I've left the toilet seat up on occasion, and rolled the toothpaste up from the wrong end. But if Clinton could say, "I never had sex with that woman," then you know my secret already..? I read Vanity Fair, and that sex-filled rag Cosmo just to stay alert to what you girls are up to...
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 32–75
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
Okay, lets say you are still a total fox for your age and you still have the beach house with the patio, pool, and fireplace after "he" ran off with the 22 year old twins, and you're fed up with the princes and frogs and the poor Nigerian boy asking for money. Then maybe I'm a better choice. WARNING: I don't bit, but nibble a bit from time to time. I have a question for you, why do the women always have their computers in the bedroom?

PS: Interesting tid-bit on over population.., with another subject of concern with the "children" now pouring across our southern board by, shall we say, bus load. Something in scripture about this happening in what might be termed, "The Last Days." The journalist and teacher Frosty Wooldridge discusses his work campaigning against illegal immigration and the ramifications of adding 100 million people to the U.S. population by 2035, with the population rising to 438 million by 2050.
The US continues to take in 1.1 million legal immigrants yearly, and that's not even counting the illegals, he said, adding that if we continue in this path, it's like doubling the size of America's 35 most populous cities, with New York going from 8 million to 16 million, and Chicago going from 6 to 12 million. "If we allow this to manifest in our country, instead of planning for our civilization to have a successful destiny, we're mindlessly adding countless millions, to actually become victims of our destiny," he remarked.
The consequences of overpopulation include climate destabilization, species extinction, jam packed cities, air pollution, acidified oceans, and the loss of quality of life, he outlined. "As we toxify the air, the land, and the water, we're doing damage to our cellular tissue, so much so that there's no way to get around it," he continued. Wooldridge believes in America's compassionate nature, but instead of accepting so many refugees, we should help them in their own countries, with water, birth control, and the abilities to sustain themselves, he argued.
He also suggested that the US could stop illegal immigration at the borders whenever it wanted to, but Congress and the President are complicit in keeping things the way they are. Go here: