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Humbouldt

55 Lyme, NH Man

Man

I’m looking for

  • Women who like men
  • Ages 18–100
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends

My Details

Last Online
Online now!
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Fit
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism, and laughing about it
Sign
Taurus, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Dropped out of university
Job
Technology
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Has kids, but doesn’t want more
Pets
Speaks
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay), C++ (Fluently), Russian (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Appreciate old souls and childlike thinkers. I treasure deep conversations, on any topic one of us knows and loves.

Here are some topics I know and love: words, history, science, psychology, evolution, communication, relationships, geography, children, economics, cosmology, marketing, printing, writing, idea-smithing.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
An adventure of biblical proportions.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Listening, communicating, figuring things out, organizing, building, writing, sound-boarding, idea-smithing, collaborating, software, patience, persistence, philosophizing, coaching, pacifying, inspiring.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Some awesomeness that has changed me:

THE ART OF WORLDLY WISDOM - Balthasar Gracian
THE MORAL ANIMAL - Robert Wright
WIRED FOR STORY - Lisa Cron
THE FOURTH PART OF THE WORLD - Toby Lester
SOMEBODY ELSE'S KIDS - Torey Hayden
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES - Winston Churchill
THE SPIRIT CATCHES YOU AND YOU FALL DOWN - Anne Fadiman
Rumi
WORLD ON FIRE - Amy Chua
INDIAN GIVERS - Jack Weatherford
BIPLANE - Richard Bach
LOVING RELATIONSHIPS - Sondra Ray
ADRIFT - Stephen Callahan
DESIGN OF EVERYDAY THINGS - Donald Norman
THE 48 LAWS OF POWER - Robert Greene
MERLIN - Mary Stewart
WHAT DO YOU CARE WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK - Richard Feynman
UNDAUNTED COURAGE - Stephen Ambrose
DOVE - Robin Lee Graham
BIRD BY BIRD - Anne Lamott
WILD AT HEART - John Eldredge
TEAM OF RIVALS - Doris Kearns Goodwin
COLLAPSE - Jared Diamond
OH THE PLACES YOU'LL GO - Dr. Seuss

AMERICAN HISTORY X - Ed Norton
THE GAME - Michael Douglas
KOYAANISQATSI - Philip Glass, Alton Walpole
HEIST - Gene Hackman, Rebecca Pidgeon
UNITED 93 - Paul Greengrass (not Flight 93)
MAN ON WIRE - Philippe Petit
SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION - Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman
THE VILLAGE - M. Night Shyamalan
THE HIDDEN - Kyle Maclachlan
LOVE ACTUALLY - Colin Firth
LOST IN TRANSLATION - Sofia Coppola
GROUNDHOG DAY - Bill Murray
SERENITY - Joss Whedon
ORDINARY PEOPLE - Timothy Hutton
LIFE OR SOMETHING LIKE IT - Ed Burns
SOMEONE LIKE YOU - Ashley Judd
BAND OF BROTHERS - Tom Hanks
THE GYMNAST - Dreya Weber
WINGED MIGRATION - Jacques Perrin
IDIOCRACY - Mike Judge
WEST WING - Aaron Sorkin
JUNO - Dialbo Cody

COME IN FROM THE COLD - Joni Mitchell
DREAMING MOON - Stephin Merritt
NEW LOW - Middle Class Rut
MIND PLAYING TRICKS ON ME - Geto Boys
THANK U - Alanis Morrisette
NATURAL TO BE GONE - John Hartford
SURE AS NOT - Afro Celtic Sound System
AS IS - Ani Difranco
ICH GEHE JETZT - Blixa Bargeld
SEEDS OF THE PINE - Martha Scanlan
DON'T TELL - Madonna
BEATING DRUMS - Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra
HOLOCENE - Bon Iver
FAVORITE MISTAKE - Sheryl Crow
SWEET DREAM - Greg Laswell
GONE TO EARTH American Analog Set
ERASE AND REWIND Cardigans
REVELATOR Gillian Welch
SING ME TO SLEEP Gran Healy, Neko Case

We are living in a renaissance of art and literature and music and culture, and memes and tropes, and nouns that haven't been invented yet. The quantitative explosion need not eclipse this unprecedented, monstrous, qualitative emergence.

Some food I love to make, serve, eat:

Omelet
Sour Cream
Blueberries, wild Maine
Coffee, strong, creamy, sweet
Morningstar Farms pretend Sausage
Fresh squeezed orange juice
Mushrooms fried in butter
Fresh baked bread
Artichoke heart
Spinach
Salmon
Basil
Lime
Tahini
Pondscum-Green nutritional drink
Bacon
Broccoli
Club Soda
Cheddar
Sushi
Felafel
Ceviche
Samosa
Spring roll
Quesadilla
Nutritional yeast on buttered toast
Dark Chocolate
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Admiration
Affection
Ambition
Authenticity
Beauty
Being a Force for Good in Each Other's Story
Books
Clarity
Coaching
Collaboration
Communication
Connection
Courage
Creativity
Cuddling
Culture (writings, talks, media, ...)
Cunnilingus
Curiosity
Debauchery
Deep Philosophical Conversation
Discovery
Emotional Intelligence
Enthusiasm
Erudition
Exploration
Faces
Feminine Presence
Fire
Friendship
Frivolity
Generosity
Hands
Honesty
Hot water
Human Physical Contact
Humanity
Humor
Intelligence
Intimacy
Irony
Kindness
Kindred Spirits
Kissing
Learning
Logic
Magnanimity
Making Useful Things
Meditation
Mountain Tops
Music
News
Originality
Piercingly Perspicacious Perceptivity
Re-evaluation Counseling
References, Repositories, Researchables
Rivers
Roads
Science
Self-Actualization
Silly
Snuggling
Soap
Solipsism
Solitude
Spooning
Stories
Stringed Instruments
Sun
Teaching
Thinking
Tranquility
Trust
Trustworthiness
Usefulness
Vulnerability
Walks
Weather
Woods
Writing

"SIX" in roman numerals is 79.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
(1) You: write, create, volunteer, express, explore, learn, think, strive, dream, build, rejoice, laugh.

(2) You are: articulate, kind, patient, generous, curious, intuitive, hilarious, modest, immodest, reverent, irreverent, or megalomaniacal.

(3) You've learned that none of your past relationships prepare you for your next relationship. Only working on yourself does that.

(4) You know what to do with strong feelings (pay more attention, get a new perspective, talk, serve, write a country song), and what not to do (act on them, punish, hide, shame self, shame others).

(5) Reality amuses you so much that you might actually find it fun to analyze a romantic relationship while engaged in one with the object of your affection. And you'd do so primarily for anthropological, epistemological, or facetious reasons -- the metaphysical equivalent of running with scissors, or vivisection.

(6) You've noticed how maddeningly one tends to be a swan to rabbits, and a rabbit to swans, and you have your own theories as to why. (Hint, rabbits are famously lusty, swans mate for life.)

(7) You've been meaning to thank me for not letting my joy split the earth in two. In any case you're welcome.