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JRTyner

28 M Landis, NC

My Details

Last Online
Sep 30, 2007
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Sign
Capricorn, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Job
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Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Speaks
English

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I am an emotional, curious, affectionate, passionate, romantic. I am an author that has just published a book for a friend.

I like older movies and movies better than most new movies, most new movies lack plot. A friend showed be a TV show called "Knights of God", it was a TV show released by TVS Television a year after I was born, and set into the future when Britain splits into two like Korea. The Knights of God overthrow the king and form a goverment simular to the one in "V for Venetta". Two teens, Gervase & Julia, who are like a modern day Romeo and Juliet (but without the need for family counceling) join the reistance movement to find the true king. David Lyon who played Archbishop Thomas Armstrong, also played Prince Escalus in the 1994 TV production of "Romeo & Juliet", that's why I mentioned Gervase & Julia love for each other.

John Woodvine played Prior Mordrin, and also played Kemmerich in the 1979 TV production of All Quiet on the Western Front, which I enjoyed in High school. John Woodvine also played Friar Lawrence in the same version of "Romeo & Juliet" as David Lyon, and I cannot forget to mention he also played the Marshal in "Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor" back in 1979 with Tom Baker. Christopher Bowen who plays a helicopter pilot also played Mordred in 1989 with Sylvester McCoy in "Doctor Who: Battlefield". Roy Boyd who played Fenn, I would like to note that the year I was born, he played in "Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense" by Hammer Film Productions episode "Czech Mate" as Stefan Iriackz, Hammer Horror also released Hammer House of Horror. Not only am I intrested in this because it's from Hammer House, it was from the 1st season, origionally aired on the 2nd day after I was born, and was the 3rd episode in the series. Roy Boyd also played Driscoll in 1976 with Tom Baker in "Doctor Who: The Hand of Fear". Peter Childs who played Brother Tyrell also played Jack Ward in the 1985 "Doctor Who: The Mark of the Rani" with Colin Baker. Roy Evans plays a photographer, but he also played Trantis in 1965 and 66 with Jon Pertwee as Doctor Who and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith in Day of Armageddon. Roy Evans returns with Jon Pertwee and Elisabeth Sladen in "Doctor Who: The Green Death" 1973 as Bert and in "Doctor Who: The Monster of Peladon" 1974 as Rima. He also played Trantis in The Traitors and Volcano, William Hartnell played the Doctor. Tenniel Evans plays Dafydd in "Knights of God", and Major Daly with Jon Pertwee in 1973 "Doctor Who: Carnival of Monsters". John Hallam who played Commanding Officer Weatherby (Weatherby is also the name of my pastor), also played the Light in 1989 "Doctor Who: Ghost Light" with Sylvester McCoy and my least favorite compainion, Sophie Aldred (Ace). Don Henderson who plays Colley appears as Gavrok in 1987 "Doctor Who: Delta and the Bannermen" with the good team of Sylvester McCoy as The Doctor and Bonnie Langford as Melanie. Owen Teale who plays Dai, in 1985 plays Maldak with Colin Baker as the Doctor and Nicola Bryant as Peri in "Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos". Nigel Stock played Brother Simon, and Professor Hayter in 1982 "Doctor Who: Time-Flight" with Peter Davison as the Doctor and Anthony Ainley as the Master. Paul Jerrico an Officer in this movie (Knights of God) also played the Castellan in 1983 "Doctor Who: The Five Doctors", and reappeared in "Doctor Who: Arc of Infinity" where the doctor was played by Peter Davison, Omega was played by Peter Davison and Ian Collier, and Commander Maxil played by Colin Baker. Michael Lees played the Governor and Tony Ransome in 1973 "Moonbase 3: Departure and Arrival" with John Hallam as Peter Conway. Michael Sheard only played a medical officer in "Knights of God", but in 1966 played Rhos in "Doctor Who: The Steel Sky" with William Hartnell as the doctor, Peter Purves as Steven Taylor, and Jackie Lane as Dorothea 'Dodo' Chaplet; in 1971 played Dr. Summers in "Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil" with Jon Pertwee as Doctor Who; in 1975 played Laurence Scarman in "Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars" with Tom Baker as Doctor Who and Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith; in 1977 played Supervisor Lowe in "Doctor Who: The Invisible Enemy" with Tom Baker as Doctor Who and Louise Jameson as Leela; in 1982 played Mergrave in "Doctor Who: Castrovalva" with Peter Davison as the Doctor; and in 1988 I think he played a good headmaster in "Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks" with Sylvester McCoy as the Doctor. And of course Arthur was played by Patrick Troughton.

Also of note:

In 1983 Bergerac, "A Hole in the Bucket" Barrie Cookson who played Clarke in "Knights of God" plays Forbes, and Peter Childs who played Brother Tyrell in "Knights of God" plays a Brewster.

In Tomorrow Never Dies, Julian Fellowes (Brother Hugo) plays Minister of Defence, while Christopher Bowen (the helicopter pilot) plays Comander Richard Day of the HMS Devonshire.

In 1977 Treasure Island, Roy Boyd who played Fenn in "Knights of God" plays George Merry while Roy Evans who played a photographer in "Knights of God" plays Joyce.

Then in 1987 Dramarama, "Snap" Roy Boyd plays Frank Ibbotson while Roy Evans is a gold leaf workman.

And in 1986 Return to Treasure Island, John Hallam ( Commanding Officer Weatherby ) plays Captain Parker with Roy Boyd, but Roy Evans does not appear.

In 1985 Lost in London, Roy Evans is a taxi driver while Christopher Bowen, the helicopter pilot from Knights of God plays P.C. Holt.

In that same year in Return to Waterloo, while Roy Evans is playing Mortuary Assistant, Claire Parker (Julia Clarke in "Knights of God") has the part of "Walkman Girl".

In 1979 Minder, "The Bengal Tiger" Roy Evans also plays a guy named Harry. Peter Childs (Brother Tyrell) is one of the main acters in the Minder series and plays Detective Sergeant Ronald 'Kenny’ Rycott.

And in the 1982 Minder, "In" John Hallam (Commanding Officer Weatherby) shows up as Gypsy Joe with Peter Childs as Detective Sergeant Ronald 'Kenny' Rycott.

Also in 1989 Minder, "Fiddler on the Hoof" Don Henderson (Colley) shows up as Billy Lynch with Peter Childs as Kenny.

Gareth Thomas who played Owen Edwards in "Knights of God" also played Richard and Gupta in 1980 "Hammer House of Horror: Visitor from the Grave". He was also a uncredited workman in 1967 "Quatermass and the Pit" from the Quaternass series.

Roy Evans also plays a knife grinder in the Hammer film "Dr Jekyll & Sister Hyde" (1971), and Marty in "Adam Adamant Lives!: The Survivors" (1967). In 1967 "Adam Adamant Lives!: The Deadly Bullet " Nigel Stock (Brother Simon in "Knights of God") plays Oliver Meadows. Also in 1966 Michael Sheard a medical officer in "Knights of God", got a promotion and played Major in "Adam Adamant Lives!: D for Destruction" .

I am origional, playful, and bored
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Sticking my foot in my mouth.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My bad timing.

Physically, my blue eyes and short dirty blond hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Foods:

Favorite Breakfest: Eggs in the Basket with cayenne pepper and honey. I also like to drink Earl Grey tea.

Favorite Lunch: Pizza with beef with bell peppers. I like to drink Cheerwine (the Carolina nectar, it's nonalcholic like Root Beer) with it.

Favorite Dinner: Lasagna

Favorite Drink: A Rob Roy made with Ardbeg's Airigh Nam Beist (A Scotch made on the Isle of Islay).

Favorite Dessert: Pineapple cake with Irish Coffee (Bushmills]] Irish Whiskey and coffee)

Books: I read a lot of Dungeons & Dragons books and a lot of Cook books.

Movies: V for Vendetta, The Italian Job, The Godfather, Scarface, Goodfellas, The Bourne Trilligy, Serenity, Harry Potter, and Monty Python & The Holy Grail.

TV: Doctor Who, Firefly, Code Lyoko, Kappa Mikey, Torchwood, Meerkat Manor, Eureka, Ace of Cakes, and various anime shows. I miss The Dresden files, Special Unit 2, Dead Like Me, "Star Trek", Stargate SG-1", Andromeda, Farscape", and Zoids.

Music: Johnny Cash, U2, Bon Jovi, Everclear, and Jimmy Buffet.

I find Sonic and Harvest Moon games addictive, and I wish I had a Dungeons and Dragons group.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
6. Fish, they're fun to watch.

5. A cat, the perfect pet.

4. My Bonsai trees, yeah I said trees as in a couple of them.

3. Seafood, my favorite foods.

2. The things I use to write my stories.

1. Friends, everyone has to have someone.

I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Ingredients and plot twists.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Taking some type of trip.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm wrong 100% of the time.
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  • Ages 21–42
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
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