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RonwellDobbs

41 M Austin, TX

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Single
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Has dogs
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English

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My self-summary
I love puppy dogs, museums, familiarity, APBRmetrics, a scratched back, naps, Mexican Coke, cloudy days with relatively low humidity, fish, maraschino cherries in drinks even though it’s not particularly masculine, reading, win shares, swearing, day trips, it (when a plan comes together), games, plants and Spec’s.

I dislike Nazis, child molesters, murderers, hipsters, cooked fruits and vegetables, undersized shooting guards, ears, Monty Python, drought, bacon on pizza, grown men in sports jerseys*, men under 50 who wear hats that serve no actual purpose, obligations, Antoine Walker and chronic bed-wetting.

I like to say that my primary motivations are spite and guilt, but that's just because I'm compensating for being nice and a bit of a pushover. Much like a caveman or other primitive human, my real motivations are hunger, fear of dinosaurs** and appeasement of the sky gods. Although I'm an only child and a bit self-centered, I try to be aware of it and it kind of creeps me out that I'm using "I" so much, even if this is a self-summary.

* Exceptions made for people actually doing activities that require the use of the jersey. Like rappin'.

** I am aware of the fact that cavemen and dinosaurs only lived at the same time in awesome movies, erotic fables and The Bible.
What I’m doing with my life
The eventual goal is to come up with a clam flavored beverage delicious enough to destroy Clamato’s clam flavored beverage monopoly. I even picked out a name - CLAMORADE. “They clamored for Clamorade.” How clever.

I'm full of good ideas- but I’ll just be vague about them here lest someone more ambitious or competent comes along and steals them.

Anyway, I am self-sufficient, have a place in central Austin I share with 3 basenjis and am pretty content with that.

I mail vinyl records from a spare bed room in my home and update spreadsheets and social media pages. That's what all high-powered music executives do isn't it?
I’m really good at
A friend says I'm "fairly reliable". I'm going to go one step further and say I'm "mostly reliable".

Also, I can procrastinate the hell out of whatever needs procastinating. (Which is almost everything.)

To clarify, I will put off doing the dishes. I will not put off picking someone up from the airport. I have alot of respect for other people's time and prefer that I am given the same courtesy.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books- My favorite books that I reread/consult every year are Ecology of the Planted Aquarium and Basketball on Paper. Not exactly everyone's taste I know.

By the time you read this, I will be reading Life, Inc and Republic of Barbeque. You should all buy Republic of Barbeque because a fellow okc member (not me) contributed to it.

In a previous life my degree path required reading many books. Books I didn’t even want to read. Somewhere along the way it killed my appreciation for fiction. I’m sure there is stuff I would enjoy it’s just hard getting past the trauma from years of literary abuse. Also, fuck you James Joyce.

McSweeneys!

Lots of Robb Walsh stuff.

I have a copy of "A Violent God Image - An Introduction to the Works of Eugen Drewermann" but I'm a little hesitant to begin - I really don't need another existential crisis in the middle of fantasy basketball season - Andre Igoudala's strained Achilles makes my existence meaningless enough on it's own. (Note- this book was not as interesting as I had hoped. And injuries ruined my fantasy basketball season fyi.)

Movies- Mainly documentaries and comedies with a few other things mixed in. (In the Realms of the Unreal, Spinal Tap, Once Upon a Time in the West, American Beauty, Layer Cake)

I own Paris When it Sizzles on dvd. Quite possibly the only straight man who does. Almost certainly the only one who will admit to it.

I own Cannonball Run I and II on dvd. I am sad they were not able to complete the trilogy before Dom Deluise’s untimely death.

I have watched three documentaries on LARPing as well as Role Models so I am virtually an expert on the subject. The thing I took away from them was that they are alot like us, but carry weapons made from cardboard, foam and tape to battle made-up enemies.

I really like the tv shows It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The Venture Brothers.

In theory I would like a channel called The History Channel. In execution not so much. Or maybe I’m just underestimating the impact Nostradamus, UFOs and pawn shops have had on civilization.

I have grown to love the British comedy Peep Show. It’s nice those people have finally done something funny after 1000 years.

Podcasts-
In Our Time (BBC 4 Radio)
Stop Podcasting Yourself ("Hulk...overstand")
The Best Show on WFMU (I felt like I was one with the universe when I discovered that other people found the idea of Bernie Taupin playing in bands with Roy Tarpley and the drummer for the Murder Junkies hilarious.)

Music- It’s always disappointing when people just list like 100 bands here and I hate them all so I won’t do that.

Punk (Lawrence Arms) and powerpop (Plimsouls) are my favorite types.

There is a soft spot in my heart for 80s hair metal.

Not a huge fan of current indie rock. I liked it when Superchunk and Guided by Voices were the face of it. Not so much the commercial, discoey or Bon Iver-y stuff of today. This might be confirmation that I am old, and only listen to things from 15 years ago.

I like “Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash” as much as “All Shook Down” (or “Don't Tell a Soul”, whatever you consider the last real album).

I’m a big Kenny Winker fan.

If it's possible to make a statement like "I like jazz, particularly cool jazz, and would like to learn more about roots and revival folk music." without sounding like a pretentious tool then I may have said something like that. If it's not then I never said anything like that.

Kiss and Jawbreaker are, respectively, the most overrated and underrated bands in the history of…uhm…ratings. I guess.

I recently made a two volume yacht rock cd for my friends bachelor party. Each song was worse than the previous song. It was really smooth, but I don’t think anyone could listen to all of it in one sitting.

My favorite newish band is Iron Chic.

Food- I like bbq. Lockhart, Louie Mueller’s, City Market in Luling and Cooper’s are some of my favorites. Franklin's is obviously great, but fuck waiting in line. Stiles Switch is quite good.

I can also smoke a mean brisket. I have one of them fancy ceramic grills that can get super hot or maintain a low heat for hours. And instead of expanding my horizons and learning to cook all sorts of neat stuff I chose to focus all my efforts on the cheapest, fattiest cut of meat that requires hours of cooking to be edible. Oh, and I also know the secret to a moist turkey burger.

I like Tex-Mex. Different stuff at different places. I like the sketchy chicken place on Berkman. I like the Dona salsa at Taco Deli. I like creamy green salsas in general. I can remember a simpler time when Guero’s was good.

Other food is decent too, I suppose.
The six things I could never do without
I used to have a forced attempt at something clever yet revealing here. Yet I was never that fond of my answer. The more I thought about it, the more I hated the question. It was affecting my job performance and relationships with loved ones. So now I’ll just have nothing here. I think it’s for the best.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Everything. Trying to cut back, live in the moment, ect.

When I am here, I think alot about how most of my personality awards suck. I am of the firm belief (despite some evidence to the contrary) that I don't suck. The explanation is probably something like the whole being greater than the sum of its parts.
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm willing to do most things as long as you can drink doing them. I guess I'm a social drinker, but I'm also not particularly social so I think it balances out. Standing, sitting, eating and playing games are all favorite activities. When I do socialize I like to actually talk to my friends so I dislike places too loud or crowded, or activities that are too involved.

I'm also pretty content to relax in the gentle embrace of sobriety and play (more complicated) games, read or watch movies.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I hate sitting right next to people in a movie theater. I'm a pretty big fan of personal space. Lots of it.

Casual double dipping disgusts me.

I will chew a piece of gum til it disintegrates.

I was referred to as “a classy Homer Simpson” during a break up talk. (This is prolly not entirely accurate. I’m thinking more Mark Corrigan meets Coach McGuirk.)
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 28–45
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
I could ask you to meet a variety of subjective criteria such as being funny, smart or attractive. However, I certainly don't have the credentials to judge people on those things. Instead I'm just going to ask that you be sincere and not crazy. Oh, and also be funny, smart and attractive.