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43 • Naperville, IL • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 30–55
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Today – 4:56pm
- 5′ 11″ (1.80m)
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Other, but not too serious about it
- Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
- Graduated from masters program
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids
- Likes dogs and has cats
- English, Spanish
Movies I've seen lately: Medium Cool, The Friends of Eddie Coyle, La Vie de Boheme, Kurisowa's Proletariat Trilogy, 2 lane blacktop, Killing of a Chinese bookie. I like movies usually in inverse proportion to the amount of computer graphics, fast food tie-ins, and action figures they contain. I like black and white, cinema verite,. I like noir, femmes fatale, and screwball comedy. Anti-heroes not super heroes.
I listen to a lot of podcasts, mostly the C-realm, Buddhist geeks, Gnostic media, Kunstler cast. I used to like WTF but got a little tired of it. I listen to Joe Frank on Sunday night.
TV: Haven't watched network or cable at home in over 20 years. Still, the zeitgeist manages to seep in somehow and despite my efforts I know what Duck Dynasty is.
Art isn't a category here but it's vitally important. I like so many artists, but some favorites are Bosch, Breughel, R Crumb, HR Giger, Syd Mead, Alex Grey, Jr Slattum, and so many more.
I make most of my own food from scratch, I used to be a chef. I like going to farmer's markets and getting the goods and handling it myself.
Here's a question for you: if our personal tastes in music, literature, food and entertainment match, does that make us more our less of a match for each other? To the extent that our media choices shape our interior dialogue, does finding someone with similar influences mean you have a greater likelihood of getting your relationship needs met with that person? Maybe a better or more interesting, or more authentic approach is to ask what stories, or music, or shows, or food YOU have created, what dreams do you have?
12 years ago I moved to the suburbs of Chicago. BIG MISTAKE! I now have less than a year to remain here. I've tried to make the most of it, but I am not a suburban person. If you know who James Howard Kunstler is you know where I'm coming from. Don't get me wrong, the CITY is great but at this point in my life I'm ready for a change of scenery.
Now that I've managed to marginalize myself and alienate almost everyone else. Do you want to start living the life you want now or wait another 15 or 20 years? Do you prefer mountains, lakes, forests and wildlife to endless sprawl? Do you spend endless hours on city-data.com researching various areas to relocate to? Would you like to move to a small town and start a holistic retreat center? A micro farm? A food truck? Some other kind of fun and sustainable local venture?
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