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63 Seattle, WA Man


I’m looking for

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  • Ages 45–75
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Mostly other
Other, and laughing about it
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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a work in the eternal process
What I’m doing with my life
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the best that I can....with what I have to work with..
I’m really good at
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not thinking about what I am good at..but enjoying all that I endeavor and expose myself to..
The first things people usually notice about me
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That I no longer possess a full head of hair..
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I find myself inundated with any number of things to read that feed my soul and desire to learn along with being entertained at the same time..

Biographical and historical accounts being the genres that I have been interested in from the beginning and I do not know what got me started on that path.. The first person of interest that I discovered as a young person was Alexander Hamilton (now that I think about it..perhaps the librarian at the White Branch Library that I had a crush on during those early years of childhood)..and then of course there was some fiction such as the "Moffat Family" by Eleanor Estes.. (Rufus really struck a chord with me for life) However..since that time I came to know the work of Ron Chernow and his fascination with Hamilton along with others.. led me to learn a great deal more about Alexander's life.. and the impact that he had on this country. Others would be Robert Caro, William Manchester, Roy Jenkins, David Nasaw, Amos Elon, and Fritz Stern are but a few of my favorite authors. Of course there are others that will go unmentioned with regards to fiction as the list is many...both domestic and foreign that I have come to enjoy.

To music and film... from silent and black and color and three dimensional film..foreign and domestic.... music well... I have a special place in my heart for popular music starting in the twenties and ending...say in the fifties... And then of course..we know the change that occurred...from that point forward. Which I find myself listening to pretty much while driving on road trips...brings back the days of being a vagabond.. But in and around town...I try and listen to either jazz or classical ... Ethnic and or cultural music and their respective singers are something that I enjoy listening to.... During the Xmas season I especially like listening to Baroque.. It must be the MacLaine effect in me for some reason I feel very connected to that period of what capacity...who knows..but its there...

And food...well I 'd have to say that I have had the opportunity and pleasure of eating a good many different foods that have been prepared and served in different countries that I came to enjoy within a domestic setting which to me is and was the ultimate in the tasting experience.. I found Indian food very much to my liking... While living there..I found that I didn't miss meat at all a matter of fact..did not give it a thought.. Not to say that I haven't had some unique and memorable eating experiences in bazaars, markets, vendors on the road or in the streets of many different countries..

A for rather unfortunate one... In Ghazni.where I was eating a lamb stew, I bit down on a piece of meat that still had a bone part that was still within the meat..caused some dental problems which led to experiencing Afghan dentistry...where at that time ...anesthetics of any kind probably existed...but were not in use for the average person.. Thankfully beforehand...I medicated myself by smoking some opium...which helped a great deal...

With regards to present day...the food that is being put out by people within Seattle and Portland eateries...(Stumbling Goat and Veritable Quandary are two of my favorites respectively) along with some of the food trucks which are amazing and others beyond belief..

I especially admire any and all of them for pursuing a passion for what they enjoy doing and it shows in the food that they provide for their clientele along with providing a livelihood for themselves and their families..which I am entirely in favor of and celebrate and support their entrepreneurial spirit.. Its a wonderful thing..and happy to be a part..of that adventure..with them
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My teeth..are very important to me.. My hands..and feet..are very critical...along with my mind..and lest I forget my lungs, heart and I might continue my pursuit in search for beauty in the world... My well being mentally and physical health is of the utmost importance to me.. All else is insignificant without it by my measure and observations..
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
many different different times..
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Generally working...unless something presents itself to do otherwise..which happens from time to time.. What is the fixation with this one particular day...? If you are living life and enjoying it...why would Friday have any more significance..relative to the other days of the week...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I enjoy the feel of the lips of a woman and the connection that is made from them.
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If you feel the urge to do so.. All are welcomed..and cherished..for having done so..