35 Memphis, TN
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My self-summary
I've probably far more in common with a good herding dog than most humans - I'll only follow the lead of the very few I see exuding absolute certitude, my work ethic is incomparable, I'm a somewhat reserved, excellent judge of character, aaaand...... I have a furry face.

And yes, I'm totally house trained, btw. Just thought I'd clear that up.

I can do without a whole lotta things, but my integrity, sense of humor, and self-awareness are invaluable.

And, confidence is great, but only if it's paired with equal humility.
What I’m doing with my life
things. stuff. I don't remember the exact details at the moment. I knew ten seconds ago ago, then walked into another room and I can't even remember to save my life right now.

Work and other trivial goings-on aside, I'm mostly just trying to leave everything a little better than I found it.
I’m really good at
- not partaking in half-assery. all or none.

- being a selfless individual and keeping the best interests of others in mind

- domestic stuff. I keeps a place clean.

- not believing everything I hear. or see.

- drinking too much coffee. too fast. *blink, twitch*
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Some Fave Tunes:
"Ordinary World" - Duran Duran
"True Love And Other Fairy Tales" - Electric Angels
"Edie (Ciao Baby)"- The Cult
"The Ballad of Dwight Fry" - Alice Cooper
"The Idol" - W.A.S.P.
"Cry Little Sister" - from The Lost Boys soundtrack

most of DIY (ok, Rehab Addict & Salvage Dawgs)
The Twilight Zone
Mystery Science Theater 3000

This Property Is Condemned
Jeremiah Johnson
Mad Max
Night of The Living Dead (1990 Savini remake)

Last "new" movie I really dug was Wild. I could relate.... save for the whole promiscuity and heroin thing.

anything H.G. Wells
The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying
old, obscure compendiums of the paranormal/unexplained

Food? I like it. Hell, I've ate food my entire life.
The six things I could never do without
Six. Six things. really? seriously? Holy asinine number, Batman.

Well, I'd prefer I not have to do without the following: a razor, toofbrush & toofpaste, my DSLR, some form of exercise, art to move me, the ability to laugh at/shrug off things that really suck, conversation with the genuine & open minded, a bandanna, starry night skies, & the moon.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how this must be some mistake. I either wound up in the wrong place in the multiverse or on the arse end of the vast expanse of this universe..... far, far away from the cooler, more sensible world I belong in. I would like very much to "phone home", please.

Honestly, I wish I could shut my mind off for a while. It's constantly going.
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm mostly likely rockin'. and by rockin', I mean working or doing laundry.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't have a bucket list, per se, but before I die.....I absolutely must buy an old, ragged-looking Teddy Ruxpin, hunt down several Ratt albums on cassette, and blast "Lovin' You's A Dirty Job" as loud as the little bastard can go.

Oh, and I do live half an hour outside of Memphis. I find claiming that city, versus some unremarkable north Mississippi town, to be the lesser of two evils.
You should message me if
You feel compelled to do so.

just please.... for the love of all that's holy..... -do- take a moment to say hello/compliment/insult/mock/praise/whatever in lieu of clicking the "like" thing. There are few things more profoundly annoying than hopping on here and seeing the likes icon lit up. Yes, it's great & stuff to know that somewhere there's 3 people that like me....but I have no idea who the hell they are, and the damned notification won't go away until I acknowledge it.