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TheWugglyUmp

44 Indian Orchard, MA Man

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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 28–44
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, casual sex

My Details

Last Online
Today – 3:07pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Strictly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Buddhism, but not too serious about it
Sign
Pisces, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Transportation
Income
$30,000–$40,000
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids
Pets
Has cats
Speaks
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Many years ago I was bitten by a wereslug. So if it's going to be a problem that on nights of the full moon I turn into a giant slug and have to spend the night in the bathtub, then you should probably just move along.

Otherwise,

I am somewhere in the INTP to INFP range.

I don't like most people but I like individual persons, if that makes any sense. Or if it doesn't.

I have a BA in Classical Studies but I drive big rigs for a living. I must have been fishing when they passed out knowing what to do with your life. Actually it's more that a perfect storm of things came together to make me unsuitable to be a professional-class person, as well as a pretty lame working-class person.

However I am not an entirely lame student of the human condition. People who assimilate well to their cultural group tend to have a profound emotional and intellectual commitment to not seeing certain things that could be inimical to their culture's values. I don't have that sort of emotional tie to any particular values system, and as a result I see a lot of things that most people would rather weren't there to be seen.

I have way too many guitars and way too many guns. That will send most of you fleeing, I know. I suppose I'm kind of like Ted Nugent, but the mild mannered moderate Democrat version.

My cat and I have this little game, where I blow into his ear and he tries to bite my nose.

I give very good massages, and I can bake an apple pie from scratch.
What I’m doing with my life
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I play the guitar, shoot photographs, hunt for buried treasures, and make stuff out of clay.

I'm trying to work out something important to tell the human race about itself. Actually I've figured out a lot of things that people don't want to hear about. So that's problematical.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Photography
Massage
Cooking
Pronouncing foreign languages
Figuring out things I wasn't aware that I had been thinking about

I can't remember peoples' names to save my life.

I don't do neatness. I have tried, but I'm simply not wired for it.

Seeing from other peoples' points of view. This is a curse. Winners are people who have the force of personality to get other people to fall in line with their own points of view. This is one reason why I hate people.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I have a weakness for vampire novels. I love Ann Rice and I just finished Deborah Harkness' All Souls Trilogy. I am also a fan of CJ Cherryh, JK Rowling, JRR Tolkien. And I like the Twilight novels, too, so there.

Forrest Gump, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Big Fish, Time Bandits, Ed Wood, Rushmore, Bagdad Cafe, Army of Darkness, and the first two Harry Potter movies. I like a lot of films by Buster Keaton, Juzo Itami, Woody Allen, and Pedro Almodovar. Also: Bubba Ho-Tep, Zoolander, Mystery Men, and Princess Mononoke.

Farscape, Star Trek, and the Muppet Show. Northern Exposure, Daria, Beavis & Butthead, South Park.

The B-section of my musical taste includes Brahms, Bach, Beethoven, Dan Bern, and the Beatles.

Food is good.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Cheese
GPS navigation
At least one good camera, but preferably a few
Wide open spaces

Well, one thing that you need to have is a certain sense of trust in the world, or at other times, a sense that someone's got your back. I've had some experiences of the rug being yanked out from under my feet in these respects, and it has cost me a lot of the life that I might have lived.

I guess you can live without sex, but for me it is the greatest solace from the difficult things in the world. Without it, only a limited degree of rest and replenishment is attainable.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
It may not be the first thing people necessarily notice about me, but eventually everyone notices that I think a lot. I'll just say that if you encounter a person who is truly capable of questioning their beliefs, they will likely have a shorter list of them than the average person does.

I feel different from other people and I reflect a lot on how I got to be that way. A lot of it comes from being a cultural mismatch for the area I grew up in, and for my peer group. Most of the white people who live in New England are socially conservative working-class persons or are more highly educated leftward persons. Each group is pretty uniform with respect to their values systems. I came from the former group, and ended up despising them quite thoroughly because their values system pretty well flattened and repudiated the person that I would have liked to have become. The most vicious and devastating weapon that you can use to destroy a human being is a values system. You can use it to flatten and repudiate a person's humanity, and use it to strip the person of any vocabulary that they might use to complain about what has happened to them, because the vocabulary of that values system holds that the the things that destroyed a person are in fact its core values, and the fundamental basis for building, describing, and evaluating what is good in human beings. Nonetheless, I did not end up disagreeing with the values system I came from on every single point, and this has put me in a rather disheartening situation as far as dating goes, as this site has a dozens to hundreds of attractive, brilliant women who have match me 90% and up, yet are complete mismatches for me due to fundamental values differences.

Humans don't really think all that much, in reality. What humans do is adjust. Being a thinker among adjusters actually feels like being less of a grownup. It is as though everyone else is in on some big secret that dramatically clarifies the moral and ethical context in which questions are to be evaluated. It's really just that they have accepted one values system or another, and that is enough for them. Another way of putting it is that I feel like the serpent in the garden, except that I find that humans are exactly the opposite of creatures who would bite into the fruit of the forbidden tree. Now and then I drop apples on their heads, and they deeply resent my confronting them with the actual existence of the tree.

I have this idea for a very unpopular TED talk. It would be about how Social Justice has essentially become the new religion of the left. There aren't a whole lot of people out there who would be pleased to hear me talk about how religion and social justice are almost entirely nothing but pure BS, and are in fact just different sets of nouns and verbs plugged into the same underlying source code. They both have their catalogues of saints and sinners, martyrs and prophets, sacred and heretical texts, and worst of all, their piety.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
You should message me if
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You're really hot and into total weirdos.