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LaserCool

43 M Orlando, FL

I’m looking for

  • Women who like men
  • Ages 30–50
  • Near me
  • For new friends

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 2:11pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Other, but not too serious about it
Sign
Aquarius, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Working on university
Job
Science / Engineering
Income
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Married
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t want kids
Pets
Has dogs
Speaks
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay), German (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Remember folks: this profile is ALWAYS a work in progress! As I reread this from time to tme, I add, subtract or change things. If it seems disjointed, it is. More of a kluge, a crazy-random-happenstance of a self-summary.

Extra points if you get the obtuse reference in the above paragraph.
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Update: In two parts-

First, I'm not looking for dating/sex/relationship partners at this time. My dance card is full right now. While I can love infinitely, my time and energy are about tapped out right now. Friends? Sure, but just don't expect any more.

Second, should part one change, don't waste your time with me if you aren't polyamorous and respectful of my marriage/relationships. I don't have time for folks who believe in "one true love". Maybe YOU have a "One true love" out there, but I don't, nor do I believe in it. To expect all emotional/sexual/personal needs to be fulfilled by a single person is cruel to any potential partner, and it sets oneself up for disappointment IMHO.

Again, let me reiterate: if you are not self identified as polyamorous, and have not had poly relationships in the past, please do not message me. I have tried the monogamous person "willing to try it", and it does not work. Please save us all the disappointment.

What I DO believe in is the infinite capacity of love to expand far beyond what we are often told it is. Is it possible to love everyone and anyone? Probably not, because I would want to know someone well before that, and I have to be somewhat selective. I do think it is possible to build a network of loving people who are committed in the mutual happiness and well being of everyone in that network. I have seen it, and I am working to build one.
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I wrote this elsewhere, and it seemed a good summary:

Uncompromising, ruthless, demanding, and equal parts loyal, loving and honest. Not for wimps, liars or general turds. Strong, proud and free, polyamorous (look it up), Ubergeek, who overhauls his own engines, discovers new applications for lasers and adds new chapters to the Kama Sutra from personal research. Truly a barbarian with an IQ, the vocabulary of a Rhodes Scholar, and the bearing of a Viking who just earned his way into Valhalla. I live my life as one drinks from a fire hydrant: it gets all over your face, and up your nose. But it satisfies thirst like nothing else.

And before you ask, I have a zombie apocalypse survival plan. And no, I won't be your zombie plan, unless I really like you.

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6' Male Dk. blonde/blue, hair to waist..

I did my BSc in optical physics, and have published several times in research journals. I'm working on the second side of my dual major, in electrical engineering. I did work in a field called "quantum optics", and have been very interested in quantum computation problems. If you ever read an article that says "Scientists have slowed light or frozen light inside atoms", that's the kind of research I have done.

I'm ruthlessly honest. Some folks get very turned off by this, but those that I count as close friends and lovers often are grateful for it, because I deal as honestly as I can with them. I'm not a fool however, but rather I try to judge people as squarely as I can.

However as time wears on I find there's a tempering of my ruthless honesty. Telling the truth doesn't mean rubbing your nose in it. it means choosing the truth, and choosing the truth in a way that builds love and relationships, not as a weapon or a crusade.

I'm something of an [anarcho-capitalist at heart]. I don't like bonds and strictures, and I have a keen sense of justice. People are happiest when they are free, and I see the freedom of others as being as important as my own. There's a certain kind of world I want to live in, and by my choices and actions, I hope to make that world more real every day.

I'm polyamorous and married- I know, I keep writing that, but sometimes folks don't get that; I'm also in a relationship. If we get along well I'll tell you who they are- we all value our privacy. If you don't know what polyamory is, read the Wikipedia entry, it's quite good.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyamory
I believe in personal and sexual sovereignty, and that people can and do have multiple, honest loving relationships.

-I'm not looking for one-night stands.
-I'm not looking to replace my wife or my girlfriend.
-I'm not looking for/or to be a dirty little secret.
-We are not looking for a Hot Bi Babe to be the peanut butter in our sandwich. I never hunted unicorns.
-I am looking only for friends now.

Based on a conversation I had recently, I think I should add the following disclaimer: I have no tolerance for lying. I do not lie to people I love and/or care about. I do not "bend the truth", commit "white lies" or play games of interpretation. I tell the truth, and I expect anyone who wants to spend time with me to do the same. Lying is a deal-breaker for me, and I figured I should let you know.

Now I should define a lie. A lie is a willful, deceitful statement or omission with the clear intent to control another person's behavior through controlling their access to information. Honestly forgetting to tell me about an appointment, or something minor like that is not lying. Being afraid to reveal the truth is not technically lying, IF that isn't life/health/safety related. Lies are something one chooses - accidents happen. If they happen with frequency or with serious consequences that's different.

I tested as INTJ on the Myers-Briggs personality inventory, and it pretty much sums my type.

My opinion on religion is hard to nail down. I've dedicated to a Gardenarian coven and practiced Wicca most of my adult life, though the scientist in me cannot be denied. I've had doubts, revised those assumptions and am constantly testing them. The most appropriate terms to describe me are, in Margot Adler's own words, "Heinleinian Libertarian Pagan".

I'm also what's known as a devotional polytheist, and have had a15+ year long dedication to an Morrigan.

My ethics are summarized in Ayn Rand's The Virtue of Selfishness, and I'm also influenced by Richard Dawkin's Selfish Gene theory, as well as Nietzsche's philosophy. I studied formal philosophy at college level for 3 years and consider it invaluable to how I see the world.

As for hobbies, there are two things I love to do: go out in the wild spaces and build/make/modify things to make them better or more customized to my needs. I have converted an automatic transmission car to a manual, because I liked it better. I've made all kinds of clothing for renaissance faires as well as daily wear, leather goods for my personal use, electrical generators for austere conditions, etc. I also go camping at least 5 times a year. When weather permits, a 10 mile hike in the woods is just the thing after a stressful week.

I'm a strong advocate of libertarian (classically liberal) political views, but I do not belong to any party. I cannot be pinned down in the Democrat/Republican spectrum - I support lawful gun ownership and concealed carry laws, and also I support abortion rights. I oppose government social welfare, but I support gay marriage. If this seems odd, just say "freedom, freedom, freedom" and you'll see where I'm coming from.

I am strongly allergic to cats, and mildly to dogs. I'm happy to take a Benadryl when visiting a cat owner's home.

Stolen liberally from Robert A. Heinlein, probably my favorite author.
"I will accept the rules that you feel necessary to your freedom. I am free, no matter what rules surround me. If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them; if I find them too obnoxious, I break them. I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do."

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Believe it or not, this whole thing at the end is about love. It's hard to see, but I believe in setting out a fence around the playground before letting our inner children out to play. The fence seems harsh, rules, uncompromising, but it is designed to protect, and encourage a sense of freedom in a safe place.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Trying to complete my dual major in Physics and Electrical Engineering, but college has been put on hold for financial reasons. Dealing with the everyday grind while not letting it grind me down. I work in a place where beautiful people torture themselves to try to hook-up and make themselves beautiful. I make sure their torture devices function properly.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Math, making things work, and the English language.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
My hair. It 's quite long. And I have this terrible habit of looking at people when they are speaking. Weird.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Books: Robert Greene's The Art of Seduction, The Illuminatus Trilogy, most anything by Neitzsche, Jamake Highwater, and Robert A. Heinlein The Ethical Slut. The Canterbury Tales. Ira Levin's This Perfect Day. Huxley's Island.

If we are compatable, it's likely I'll give you a copy of Stranger in a Strange Land and The Ethical Slut to read. I find these books great examples of the kind of relationships I look for, and hope that you will too.

Movies: The Matrix, 28 Days Later, Aliens, Cabaret, The Sheltering Sky, etc. Mostly sci-fi.

Shows: I presume they mean television. I don't watch it much, the occasional History of Discovery channel show, and lately Big Bang Theory. Not often, usually DVR'ed.

Music: pretty flexible but no gangsta hip-hop. I lean towards Death Metal, industrial Grindcore, and strangely enough classical and vocal folk music. Don't be surprised to see Loreena McKennitt, Beethoven, Johnny Cash and Fear Factory in rotation. I'm a fan of nerdcore lately...

Food: Indian food rules the planet, followed closely by Japanese and (real) Italian. I do enjoy mostly Mediterranean and South Asian foods mostly, and anything made with lamb.

I'm mostly into what is referred to as the Mediterranean Diet. It fits my body well, and the food taste great. I consider myself quasi-paleo, as I've gotten into this idea of eating as my body requires, not as big agribusiness would have me.

I love exotic cheeses and trying new food all the time.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
A multitool, my tablet Igor, my internet connection, a well stocked library, intelligent conversation, and iced Earl Grey tea.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Science, philosophy and sex. Not necessarily in that order.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At a seminar at the university, a bookstore looking for new acquisitions or surfing the internet. Used bookstores have consumed large parts of my paycheck from time to time.

Occasionally I hang with local pagans. You can find me tending the bonfire as naked women dance around it.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Ugh, I don't do that.

Well on second thought, I have a list of famous people I've almost killed or injured accidentally. They include one Nobel laureate, a former Attorney General, and an actor.

I'll only reveal the names of those people to those I trust :D.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
-If you think sex and violence are sacraments, not to be wasted or used as playthings.
-If you are polyamorous, and not a sexual tourist.
-If you treat books as treasures and judge people based on their literacy.
-If you have no guilty pleasures... you have pleasures but don't feel guilty about them.
-If you are Libertarian, and value the freedom of others as much as your own.
-If you love cheese.
-If you can think of another thing to add to this list.