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44 • Indian Orchard, MA • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 32–47
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 6:44pm
- 6′ 0″ (1.83m)
- Body Type
- Strictly anything
- Buddhism, but not too serious about it
- Pisces, and it’s fun to think about
- Graduated from university
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids
- Has cats
- English (Fluently)
Pronouncing foreign languages
Figuring out things I wasn't aware that I had been thinking about
The science and history questions on Jeopardy
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 of various reasons why I hate people. On the upside, I have a broader perspective on the field or matrix of ideas in which people carve out their little territories. But if I were to explain to you how you handle ideas in a pretty much the same manner as some other group whom you despise, you wouldn't be okay with it.
I wish I did a good voice of Scar, but I'm great at Timon and Pumbaa.
I'm working on adding Pottery and Playing the Guitar to this category.
Forrest Gump, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Big Fish, Time Bandits, Ed Wood, Rushmore, Sex and Lucia, 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 Jossiverse in general.
The B-section of my musical taste includes Brahms, Bach, Beethoven, Dan Bern, Buckethead, and the Beatles.
Food is good.
Most of the art and photography that I like was created within the time span of about 1865-1945. I am a big fan of both Georgia O'Keefe and Alfred Stieglitz, for example.
But by way of getting overly serious, I had a terrible experience growing up in a working-class Polish Catholic family where everything about me was deeply despised and discouraged, and it left me profoundly lost and broken. This has led me to investigate the differences, if any, between the values systems of working-class and professional class families and cultures. What I've found so far, is not so much that there's a great difference in the values systems of professional and working-class cultures, but that there is usually a great difference in the familial backgrounds of people who live lives of great fulfillment and discovery versus those people who live profoundly frustrating and unsatisfactory lives, playing conservative hands; which is that people who live remarkable lives, whether through having been nurtured for it or through having overcome deterrents thrown in their paths, have minds that can get out of their own way, who can throw themselves into any number of exciting possibilities of what's possible to do with one's life, in marked contrast to persons who have successfully been conditioned never to stray from established career paths, for fear of being rejected by business culture and thus forfeiting their right to earn a living.
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