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RedManOfire

24 Florence, KY Man

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  • Ages 18–26
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Last Online
Aug 14, 2012
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Straight
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Drugs
Never
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Seeing Someone
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Offspring
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English

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My self-summary
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How can the sky be the limit when we've already sent people to the moon six times!? To me, the only limitations to the success of a person are their level of imagination and determination. I spend most of my alone time and time driving phasing out and thinking about various things. Though, most days I will find myself analyzing the world itself and the behavior of people within it. For instance, why do so many people spend the majority of their time on meaningless things that will never make them happy? Like finding the next person to screw. This is something that will always puzzle me as it may produce a certain level of pleasure for a small fraction of time, but there will never be any long term satisfaction involved.

Everyday, I stand on a vast field of cement and watch the sun slowly sink beneath the rolling hills in the distance. It casts such magnificent rays of orange and red as it paints its masterpiece on the clouds above me. That is, when I'm not guiding in the planes. Even when the sun is masked by rain, I will watch the drops pelt the ground around me. There is always so much to think about, so much to learn.

When I was a small boy around the age of ten or eleven, I made a promise to myself which I have always tried to keep. I promised myself that I would always dedicate my life to learning, understanding, and evolving as a person. That is what I will always continue to do. The most successful people realize that life is not about finding yourself, it is about creating yourself.

I think about and can talk about anything. Heck, I'll even talk about a brick in a wall. Yes! A brick in a wall! Even that can be interesting. Think about it this way, how much effort went into getting a brick into a wall? Well, you have the people who made the shovels to dig up the materials, those who dug up the materials, those who shipped it to a factory, those working in the factory who processed the materials into bricks, those who drew up the plans to have the wall built, those who shipped it to the planners, and those who built the wall. There are actually many more than that, if you count the effort that had to go into the machinery and the tools to draw up the plans, but I won't bore you any longer with this. You can thank me later...

However, thinking of the brick in a wall from a philosophical standpoint, every brick in a wall serves a purpose. If you were to strike one brick from the wall, the wall will likely still stand; however, it will be that much weaker. The bricks which were closest to the one which no longer exists in the wall will suffer from this new weakness the most, for those are the bricks which risk falling out next. Yet, even though this one brick is no longer in the wall, the bricks which were around it still contain its remains, its dust left over from contacting the other bricks, so in a sense, the missing brick is still there. Each brick does it's part to hold up the wall however minor that part may seem, it's especially large to those bricks around it. I guess we are all bricks in this sense. Strange.

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Some hobbies and thing I really enjoy...
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> Photography
> Hiking
> Mountain Biking
> Exploring
> Thinking
> Business
> Science
> Politics
> Technology
What I’m doing with my life
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When I wrote what I did above, I was working at an airport. Currently I am working in Sales at AT&T and really loving my job. I plan on moving into management sometime in the future or even starting a business of my own.
I’m really good at
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Business stuff and computer stuff.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My red hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Favorite books...
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I find that the books I enjoy the most, are those on business philosophy as such strategies can be applied to most areas of life, not just those dealing strictly with business. Two such books I have read recently are The One Minute Manager and Gung Ho!

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Favorite movies...
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> Pay It Forward
> Ip Man
> Ip Man 2
> Up
> Yes Man
> Cast Away
> Edward Scissorhands
> A Christmas Story
> Equilibrium
> Everyman's War
> The Invention of Lying
> Liar Liar
> The Truman Show
> Rain Man
> I Want Your Money
> The Thin Red Line
> Into the Wild
> Surrogates
> Flags of our Fathers
> I Am Legend
> The Shawshank Redemption
> How the Grinch Stole Christmas
> Groundhog Day
> I Robot
> Tears of the Sun
> The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
> The Kite Runner
> Shutter Island
> Dolan's Cadillac
> Gran Torino
> Sling Blade
> Forrest Gump
> Law Abiding Citizen
> Monsters Inc
> Letters from Iwo Jima
> How to Train Your Dragon
> Elf
> The Blind Side
> Despicable Me
> The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
> Date Night
> Idiocracy
> Wild Hogs
> 9
> V for Vendetta
> Batman: The Dark Knight
> Batman Begins
> Wall E
> Inception
> Sherlock Holmes
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Anything and Everything.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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None, you will have to message me and earn my trust.
You should message me if
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If you would like to get into contact with me, please speak properly. It is a rather large pet peeve of mine when people butcher the English language. If you are new to the English language, then it is perfectly understandable, but if you were born and raised in an English speaking nation, then it is simply a travesty. You do not need to know big fancy words or anything, just dun spek lke dis or I b tellin u 2 gtfo.

If you are into drugs, drinking, sex with people you don't plan on starting a relationship with, and/or partying all the time, then I will probably lose interest in you rather quickly. Also, if you have an irrational hate towards a certain group of people (gays for example), then it would do us both some good if you do not message me.

However, if you are a genuine person who has at least a decent set of virtues and standards that you live by, then we will get along just fine. I am looking for people to have intelligent conversations with on various topics. I am not looking for love, I already have love. If you do not go against any of my requests, then I would absolutely love to hear from you! Go ahead and shoot me a message! Also, don't worry if you think you're a little strange, I love talking to interesting people!

One more thing! I enjoy long messages. If you are to message me, please write more than the standard "hey, how are you?" message. Those kinds of messages make it hard for me to strike up an in depth conversation and I can get bored easily...

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If I visited your profile and did not message you...
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If I visited your profile and did not message you, it could be because of one of the following reasons.
1.) It's not so much that I'm shy, but sometimes I just don't want to be the first person to send a message. So if you want to message me, perhaps you should just go for it ;-)
2.) There wasn't enough of a description about you on your profile to spark my interest.

Also, if I view your profile multiple times, it could be because I forgot I viewed your profile already and clicked on it again. If I view your profile, I will read it through from beginning to end.