I am a Telecommunications Technician. I enjoy working on computers, repairing my house, solar energy projects on my house, collecting and using tools that don't require electricity both at home and on job sites, photography and riding my Catrike recumbent trike. Also do free handed sketching but haven't drawn anything in a while. I live in the middle of Fort Smith Ar but would like to find a Lady that had some interest in Urban Homesteading: growing some food producing plants and maybe some chickens.
I'm also trying to go Car-Free and have a Xtracycle cargo bike.
I don't do bars and would expect the same out of who I date or establish a relationship with. Other things that would be best if both of us had common in interest: I also have a fairly healthy diet: junk foods seldom if ever. I'm fairly active and would think it best if my prospective mate was also. I own guns and would prefer you did too. I'm not a Firearms hobbyist or collector but own them for the same reason I own a fire extinguisher.
I did NOT vote for obama. If you did, I assure you we are not a match. Finally I'm a Christian, so it would be best not to be unequally yoked.
I don't tolerate lying any longer. I previously put up with entirely too much of it. It is now grounds for immediate relationship termination.
* Westark (U of A Fort Smith)
* Electronics, Psychology, Sociology, Auto Mechanics
* Hartshorne High School Oklahoma
My Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator is: ESTJ
Test taken at: http://psychology-tools.com/myers-briggs-type-indicator/
Best types for a relationship: ISTJ, ESFJ, ISFJ, ENTJ, INTJ, ISTP
Possible types for a relationship: ENTP, INTP, ESTP, ESFP, ISFP
Least likely types for a relationship: ESTJ, ENFJ, INFJ, INFP, ENFP
Info from: http://www.massmatch.com/MBTI-2.php
According to the Myers & Briggs Foundation, the MBTI meets accepted standards of reliability and validity. However, other studies have found that the reliability and validity of the test have not been adequately demonstrated.
Studies have found between 40 and 75 percent of test-takers receive a different result after taking the test a second time.