But I won't abandon it.
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50 / M / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Mar 28
- 6′ 0″ (1.83m).
- Body Type
- Mostly vegetarian
- Agnosticism and somewhat serious about it
- Graduated from college/university
- Law / Legal Services
- Rather not say
- Has a kid
- Has cats
- English, Spanish (Okay)
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candide2013 Alexandria, Virginia less kinky
But I won't abandon it.
That's a good question! I'm glad you asked. I'm working more than I would like, definitely commuting more than is humane. Two hours a day, five days a week, 52 weeks a year...ok minus vacation, call it 49 weeks, that's still 20.4166667 days per year on the blue line. So, if you live closer to D.C. than the Franconia metro stop, I think I should move in with you ASAP. I know how to use tools.
A) I have an xbox, I love playing it but I'm really, really not proficient at all with the controller. But I keep playing, because I like shooting guns, killing fake cops and luckless pedestrians, and running Adrian Peterson on that stretch run to the left.
B) I take photographs of interesting subjects. I talk to homeless people (the non-schizophrenic ones). I walk like I'm going to go through the wall. Unfortunately this weak site has no video or audio so I can't show and tell.
No. I think he believes in me though. He'd better, 'cause I am well armed and I know where he lives, and lately he's been irritating me. If he turns out to be a she, then the dynamic changes completely, as you might imagine.
Another good question! I'm stuck with a mortgage for now, because I've been a single father since good old 1988 (yes, I *am* one of the good ones), but that work is done now (never completely done, but mostly) since my daughter is going to be 27 this year. I went to UVA (after dropping out of high school) so I do have an attachment to the Olde Dominion, but damn if I don't hate the politics in Richmond. I belong in Takoma Park or D.C.
1) Sick and Wrong Podcast, the world's source for anti-social commentary. Extremely hilarious, unless you're uptight.
2) Barley, Hops, Yeast & Water with isotopes.
3) Non-Fiction books. Nothing that needs to be plugged in. My boss got me a kindle for xmas, it makes a great coaster.
5) Change of seasons.
Flossing! I love to floss, I do it thoroughly, I do it well, I never miss a day, even when I go camping. It pays off when I go to the hygienist. She should pay me.
When I get home I feed my cat, get out of my Mr. Business ultra-uncomfortable outlandishly outmoded garments, then I feed my cat, clean the litter box, and here the road bifurcates. I either have a bunch of *good* beers (I'm a home brewer) or go for a five mile run.
I would love to but I'm broke. I work at a law firm but I'm not a lawyer. It's a cruddy position to be in but I watched my sister go to law school and she stopped laughing after that, married a catholic, bought an SUV and now she likes Sarah Palin. Our DNA is pretty similar so I just couldn't take that chance, if you know what I mean. But I'll give you money if I have leftovers. I don't need any extra.
1) Miller's Crossing (Look in your heart)
2) Raising Arizona (Son, you got a pantie on your head)
3) Fargo (I want pancakes)
4)) The Big Lebowski (That's Knox Harrington, the video artist)
5) The Man Who Wasn't There (Sooner or later everyone needs a haircut)
6) No Country For Old Men (Friendo....)
7) Barton Fink ()
8) A Serious Man (What happened to the goyim?)
9) Blood Simple (In Russia, they make 50 cent a day)
I think they were just kidding with the rest. Ladykillers. Intolerable Cruelty (aptly named). O Brother What The Hell? That one about the hula hoop. The John Wayne remake. Yikes. Still, fortune favors the bold, you can't make an omelette without busting eggs, enough aphorisms. I like the way those guys hold the silly oscar statues when they win, like they're flat bottles of soda. Which they are.
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