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Meande

60 Deltona, FL Man

Man

I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 30–60
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating

My details

Last online
Today – 8:57am
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body type
Fit
Diet
Mostly other
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Other, but not too serious about it
Sign
Education
Graduated from Ph.D program
Job
Education
Income
Status
Single
Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Pets
Dislikes dogs and has cats
Speaks
English, French, German, Thai

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Me: I'm friendly, intelligent, articulate, educated and enjoy banter. I'm highly technologically competent, having a deep knowledge and conceptual understanding of many things in engineering and science. I also enjoy and need things of the arts, music and literature. When it comes to troubles, you can count on me to be there for you, and with you. I'm a scientist, college professor and entrepreneur. If you're not too uptight, I can be insanely funny and keep you in stitches.

You: Are you friendly, interested in the arts, music, literature, responsive to friendly banter, quick to laugh and fun to be with? Are you a good, decent, loyal, faithful and honest lady, of high quality. friendly demeanor and have a good personality? Are you a teacher, nurse, psychologist, artist, dancer, musician or into marketing? Are you educated and refined? Do you have a degree in the arts or a social field? When I say, "we're going out for a fine dinner," do you hunt down and put on your most beautiful dress, make yourself pretty and hop in the car?

Me: I'm world-traveled, have actually lived in many places in the world, enjoy having fun with exciting things to do, in the water, at the park, cookouts, camping, hiking, biking, walking, beach-coming, sailing, boating, fishing, scuba. I don't care for watching sports - I prefer to PLAY. I have no idea who won the Superbowl and I don't care.

You: Do you love a man who loves to have fun, go to places (sometimes on the other side of the world), get out and have a day at the beach or even just have fun at home? Are you ready for another crazy, wild adventure, off in the sailboat to "god-knows-where"? When I say, "we're going to the beach," do you start packing a lunch, getting out beach towels and hop in the car, raring to go?

Me: I work out regularly and take care of myself, I cook my own meals, bake my own bread and avoid processed foods. I'm very food-conscious, and particular about a healthy diet.

You: Are you concerned about your own health and taking care of yourself? Are you a health nut? Is a good workout better than a frosting-covered cake? Do you read the labels on boxes of food before you buy them? (I'm not talking about being rail-thin, having an unhealthy attitude about self-image, or starving yourself to please others.) If I say, "Let's make dinner!" do you have a few healthy recipes of your own to share?

Me: I lived in my last home for 18 years, my new home for only two years, with a side-trip to Kentucky for a year, but the idea of being tied to one place (or home) is oppressive to me. If l like where I am, I'll probably hang here for a while, but if my feet get itchy, I have no compunction about picking up and going somewhere else.

You: Are you adaptable to change? If you were a military brat, you could be amenable to moving every once in a while (two, five, ten years apart - who knows)? Are you quick to make new friends? Do you keep in touch with old friends in Malaysia (or Morocco, or Spain, or maybe just New Orleans)? When I say, "We're moving to the North Pole!" do you run and grab your parka and snow boots?

Me: I'm ex-military, a war veteran. I was born and raised in the military (as a military brat), and hardly ever left. As soon as my Dad retired, I joined up. I did my four (six if you count inactive reserves), got out and went to college on the GI bill, then I went to work as an engineer, designing and building machines for the military.

You: Do you love military men? Did you grow up a military brat? Do you know where the BX is? Do you know WHAT a BX is? Did you get along with the discipline that came with a military upbringing? When you think of veterans, do you think of successful ex-military men (and women) who have built lives out of their military background?

Me: I'm okay with either having children or if you have children. If they're our children, then I'm a solid dad. I spend time with children and I know how to have fun with them, without hurting them (too much - okay, just a scratch now and then - waddaya want? It was just a small bruise - I threw the ball a little too fast - (s)he'll be fine"). If the children are not mine, then before we begin any relationship, it will have to be clear that they are your children, not mine, and I'm not here to raise them or be their stand-in father.

You: Are you okay with having children (if you're still in childbearing years)? If you have children already, are you alright that I'm not going to raise your children or be their stand-in father (they should have one already - unless you're widowed)? Are you okay that I won't be a "financial resource" when it comes to school supplies, groceries, clothing, college or other childcare expenses?

If you said "yes" to all (or perhaps even most) of these questions, then you need to contact me right away!
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I'm currently engaged in activities that I can't easily share, here. Most of them involve research of one sort or another. Of course, my work is fairly complex, but exciting to me, and I'm a leader in my field. When I try to explain it to regular folks, everyone looks interested, but over my years of teaching, I've learned to recognize the failed pretense of real understanding. Usually, the glazed-over eyes are a dead giveaway. Here's a hint about teachers: most of us know instinctively when you really have no clue what we're talking about, no matter how hard you try to hide your complete and utter confusion (he he). It's best to simply fess up and ask us to explain which part you don't understand.

If you want to know more about it, I have a web site, and I'll give you the addy.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
very many things. I have my limitations, but very few things present a challenge to me.
The first things people usually notice about me
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is that I'm eccentric. I like it this way. If you're looking for a down-to-earth kinda guy, I'M NOT HIM. One thing you can be assured of with me is that I'm a changing painting (some folks call it a movin' picture). I'm anything but static, and I can't imagine ever being that. Life's too short to spend it in a rut (or stuck with someone who wants to be in one).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I have a good-sized personal library (it could be bigger) of real books, and a huge digital library. I prefer real books. I enjoy the arts in their many forms, and my tastes vary widely. My food choices are pretty strict, since I eat only healthy foods, although I make the occasional exception.

My movie choices also vary widely, but I'm partial to science fiction. I don't go to the conventions, and I won't wear the uniforms .
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Books, the sciences, music, movies, sailing (and the sea), and an occasional glass of wine.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
that little hair, sticking out of the tiny little mole on the lobe of your left ear. It bothers me.

women who put their children in their dating profile. Are their children looking for dates too? What about their mom? Why can't their mother get her own dating profile? What about their best friends? Are they going to share the guys they don't want and pass them off to their best friends?

people who put up pictures of themselves wearing sunglasses. Does it mean they're too cool to be around? Does it mean they're so cool that you just have to be with them? I don't know how to compute this - it's all so confusing and abstract.

people who put up selfies of themselves sitting in their car. Are there no better places to take selfies? Am I supposed to see what a great car they have and be attracted to them? I don't understand this. At least stand next to your car and show me it's a really nice Corvette.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
at home, relaxing in front of a movie. If there's a good movie that I want to see, I'll be off to the theater. Sometimes I might be out shooting pool with friends. I wish I would do more, but I hardly ever plan for things. Sometimes there's something that comes up, and I make my way to it (opera, ballet, plays).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I think my privacy has fairly well been invaded, here, already.
You should message me if
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1. (and most important of all) is if you actually want to be in contact with me. If you don't contact me, I'll know your interest is only passing, and I won't be interested back.
2. you answered yes to all (or most) of the questions above.
3. you like me and we have halfway decent match numbers. Actually, I'm not sure these match numbers are that good at predicting good outcomes. it seems, the more I match someone, the more alike we are, and I'm kinda looking for my opposite. On the other hand, it frightens me when I see a seemingly nice girl and it says she's 85% enemy. What does that mean???
4. I'm not strictly confined to the age group in my search criteria. You can be outside of that.
5. If you message me, I'll message you back (at least the first time - or until things get disturbing.
6. You're not looking for an enabler for one problem or another. I'm not here to fix you - I have my hands full with my own life.
7. You're still trying to decide what you want to do when you grow up.
8. If you're like me, you know that life and relationships are simple, not complex, and if you believe the relationships don't have to be complicated, filled with all kinds of meaningless crapola and that being together has more to do with having fun together than jumping through a bunch of stupid hoops for your partner.