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39 Fresno, CA Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 24–50
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex

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Last online
Today – 3:22pm
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body type
A little extra
Mostly anything
Atheism, and laughing about it
Libra, and it’s fun to think about
Dropped out of space camp
Politics / Government
Strictly monogamous
Has a kid
Likes dogs and has cats
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
5/22/15 - As I make the way towards leaving my 30s behind, I am realizing that I am in a transitional phase in my life. It has been a pretty rough last year and I don't know if I am still the same person I was the last time I updated this profile. Guess that is the funny thing about living. Times change and so have I.

How does one summarize themselves in words? You can't capture all of the hundreds of nuances of your personality with mere verbiage written on a page. I would like to think that I can see glimpses of myself, through the eyes of others--since that is how people tend to see who you are.

Personally, I see myself as being intelligent, funny, compassionate, passionate, serious, loving, emotional, and mild-mannered. I've been told that I am 'a nice guy' often enough to think that maybe someone is right--though I do have my rough edges.

When left to my own devices, I tend to be quiet and keep to myself. Yet I can be quick to strike up a conversation--when provided with the opportunity. I'm the guy that typically spends his lunch, at work, reading a book in some quiet outdoor setting, but will set aside his book when asked what I am reading. I am verbose, yet soft-spoken. I'm the person that others come to for answers and try to share every bit of knowledge and insight that I can.

I'm a goofball and dork. The person that others look at and don't quite understand, even after spending a little time trying to get to know me, but I've been told that I am worth the effort of trying to get to know.

Even with all of that written, it still doesn't give you a full summary of who I am.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I am sorta just living my life day to day, right now. No plans. Just rolling with the punches, but still holding onto some glimmer of hope that something different is just waiting for me around the next bend.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm really good at acting to fool and making people laugh--well, at least the people with some semblance a of sense of humor. Though my deepest sense of humor tends to be an acquired taste.

I would like to think that I am really good at being a father. Or at least I hope that I'm not completely screwing up on that front.

Lately I have been hearing a lot of comments on how well I am as a repository of knowledge and how great I am at helping others. I truly enjoy sharing what knowledge I have with others and find it very fulfilling. I'm glad all of the years of cramming knowledge into my brain is helping someone out.

I've been told that I am fabulous cook. I have a couple of food cards that I can play, at the very least. This past Thanksgiving I made a turkey that was absolutely awesome!

I've also been told that I am a great kisser.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
When I am out and about I wear a hat, especially at work. I wear hats so often that people at work notice when I'm not wearing a hat. I don't wear them to cover up some huge bald spot, I have a full head of hair. I just dislike having to deal with my hair when going out of the house. I'm planning on growing my hair long again, so it is in the stages of being too long and to short to do anything else with right now.

People also tend to notice that I have facial hair most of the year. I feel naked without at least a moustache. I will sometimes go months without shaving at all and end up with a scraggly beard. I'm not hairy enough to grow an epic beard.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I wouldn't say that I have any one favorite book, music, or movie. I read, listen, and watch a vast cornucopia of titles, genres, and selections. I would say that I tend to lean towards reading science fiction, listening to music that has a good flow to it, and watching movies that are romantically inclined.

Musically, I don't think that I have had enough exposure to what this world has to offer. I can say that I am not too enthused with listening to anything Country, but I will give most any thing at least one listen. I do confess that I enjoy listening to, and singing along with, Musicals.

Lately, I've found myself listening to Pandora. Squirrel Nut Zippers, Cherry Poppin' Daddies, and Big Bad Voodoo Daddies are my top three listing that I have been listening to a lot. I'm always up for any suggestions on creating a new playlist.

When it comes to food, Chinese and Japanese take up my food(s) of choice. I love sashimi. Just thinking about it makes my mouth water. Mmmmm. Raw fish.

Being a foodie, I usually won't turn my nose, or mouth, away from food. Menudo is one of the few foods that I have tried that just doesn't go over with me so well. Of course, it might have been a bad experience. I guess I would be willing to try it again....
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Just six? Seriously? Sorry, time to break the 'rules'.

My son, my cat, the computer, music, movies, sashimi, love, laughter, humor, something to write with, a pack of American Spirit Menthol Lights fresh out of the freezer, a lighter, duct tape, antacids, sex, numbers, letters, the smell of fresh rain in a city, sand between my toes, a good pair of glasses, great conversation, vegetables, ambient noise, , air conditioning on 100+ degree days, a tree to read under, the sound of waves crashing on rocks, a good hat, Carmex, religious freedom, my phone (how else would I play sudoku)...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Random things....

What would be the best location to to live out the zombie apocolyps? In the beginning, I think a Costco would be the best place to take up fortification. They have limited points of access, lots of materials to set up a defensive perimeter, and usually have a gas station close at hand. Costco's have a large roof, when could be used to set up a garden, access to swimming pools most of the year--to store water--and plenty of space for multiple people to live it. The only thing it lacks are firearms.

What would the U.S. be like if more "socialist" programs exisited? Socialist has become such a dirty word to some, yet if the U.S. had a health care system that was set up properly where doctor's were given schooling and had to work off their debt before joining a private practice, health care issues would be non-existent.

Why people on OKC don't respond to messages? In the last few weeks ithe short message I have written was 4 sentences. Much better than the typical "hi" or "wanna hook up", yet very few people actually respond. Almost every message I have gotten has been replied to, even if it is a simple message to sya I am not interested. It is like calling someone and getting hung up on because they don't feel like talking.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Currently, I am typically at work on a Friday night. Come July, that will change up again. I usually don't have any plans. Just sit around my house trying to keep myself distracted from not having anything to really do.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I get a childish glee out of standing in the bathroom, with the lights off, when I peel open a band aid. I really get a kick out of the static discharge that occurs whenever the wrapper is opened. Ducking under the covers and peeling apart the wrapper on a Breath Right strip also has the same effect.

I also snore. Well, snore might not be the right word for it. My son says that I sound like a Wookiee juggling a chainsaw when I am sleeping.

Another one, which isn't really that private, is that I cry during sappy endings. It could be anything from a commercial to a book. I wasn't raised to hide my emotions.

Since I want to be honest and upfront, I should mention that I am also missing a few teeth. I have G.E.R.D. and it has been ruthless on my teeth. most people don't notice unless they are making it a point to check out my teeth. Someday I will get them fixed, but for now I just deal with them the way they are. If nothing else, it helps to weed out the women that are concerned more about appearances then who I really am. A nice guy.