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64 South Pasadena, CA Man


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  • Ages 45–65
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  • Who are single
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5′ 11″ (1.80m)
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Buddhism, and laughing about it
Graduated from Ph.D program
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Has kids, but doesn’t want more
Likes dogs and likes cats

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I grew up in a suburban town in North Jersey and on a barrier island off the coast of Nj.
My Mom wanted me to be a lawyer because I'm from an Italian/Russian household and I'm quick witted and glib.
I would have been an altar boy, but wasn't good at learning Latin. I would have been a great Boy Scout, but couldn't get past Morse Code.
When I was 17 my Mom and Dad. Well, there was a fire in the beach house. It was sudden.
I wasn't ready. I was still a Mommy's boy. Drummer in a rock band. Surfer. Dating the Prom Queen.
I was supposed to go to Seaton Hall and be a lawyer.
What the creditors didn't take, my family wiped out .
Descent into Hell began.
Some months later I was drafted and sent to the war.
It was, as they say, an intriguing year.
For 2 years I flew as an Aircrewman every day.
For 2 years I was a SeaBee. Military Combat Construction.
Two tours to SE Asia.
Two visits to the Sixth Army Field Hospital.
Home, then 10 months on a coral atoll in the Indian Ocean.
Home, then 5 months on Guam and out.
Standing in front of the Naval Base, Philly I flipped a coin. Tails ~ San Diego and UCSD. Heads? Move to the Jersey Shore and make surfboards
I had a new Ford Pinto wagon, 2 surfboards, and a seabag full of some clothes. That's about it.
The coin came up heads.
I lived on the beach for a while, making surfboards, odd jobs.
Then went back to college for 12 years on the GI Bill.
A semester at the U. of Nottingham to study William Blake.
Degree in English. Focus on poetry.
5 minor degrees.
Masters in Clinical Nutrition.
Worked in Retail Art for a few years and made a bid to buy into the company but they were selling it.
Got a job in Marketing, hated Corporate life.
Met a wonderful woman, court and spark. Married.
Decided to go for it, moved to California. Became a Doctor of Chiropractic.
Moved back to Jersey, worked in a busy clinic.
Then was offered a Faculty position back here in Whittier.
Moved back here. Birthed two adorable boys. Dash and Rory.
Bought my own practice from a Doctor who was retiring in Glendale. Worked inhuman hours and made it a success.
I had to get divorced. It was unfortunate and unavoidable.
I'm still very good friends with my ex who is an excellent person, although we have appropriate boundaries as 'ex's'. Fixed her up with the guy she is now engaged to.
Now I've taught at the college level for over 20 years.
I have two Practices. One in South Pasadena and one in Glendale. They are quite successful but if you think I'm about money you are in for a surprise.
I stopped dating when I had to bring up my boys. I did that full time and it was THE best experience of my life.
Now one is a Physicist and the other builds research machines and is thinking of following me into practice.
We're impossibly close.
About 3 years ago I started dating again.
I'm interested in meeting a woman of impeccable ethics, who is willing to meet me halfway to develop a mature and emotionally exciting relationship based on attraction, passion, intellect, a sense of the absurd, and a huge dollup of compassion for each other.

I'm very picky. I'm here choosing a lifetime partner. If I don't respond it's because whoever you are on your profile doesn't fit my puzzle piece just right. I'm sure there is another puzzle piece you'll fit just right.

I tried the 'nice guy' profile. That didn't work.
Lets see what honesty gets me.
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I've seen a lot of movies, and shows.
I like music and food.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
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"Terra Nova"
James Taylor

Oh, end this day, show me the ocean. When shall I see the sea?
May this day set me in emotion, I ought to be on my way.

We were there, we were sailing on the Terra Nova.
Sailing for the setting sun, sailing for the new horizon.
May this day show me an ocean, I ought to be on my way.

Ought to be on my way right now.
Stepping on the boat with a lump in my throat, on my way right now.

I got a letter from a dear friend of mine, the story of a spiritual awakening.
She spoke of her love returning in kind, she let me know that she'd be waiting.
And I should be on my way by now.
Walking across the floor, reaching for the door, on my way by now.

But here I sit, country fool that I am, my elbow on my knee and my chin in my hand.
My mind in the gutter and my eye on the street, holed up in a cave of concrete.
And I ought to be on my way right now.
Packing my things while the telephone rings, on my way right now.

I miss my lovely mother and I love my lonely father.
I know I owe my brothers one thing and another, I hear my sister singing.
And I ought to be on my way right now.
Moving across the land with my heart in my hand, on my way by now,
Ought to be on my way by now.

Oh, end this day, set me in motion. Ought to be on my way.

Out to the west of Lambert's Cove, there's a sail out in the sun.
And I'm on board though very small, I've come home to stop yearning.
Burn off the haze around the shore, turn off the crazy way I feel.
I'll stay away from you no more, I've come home to stop yearning.
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