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51 / M / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Dec 1
- 6′ 1″ (1.85m).
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Atheism and laughing about it
- Aquarius but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from college/university
- Executive / Management
- Has kids
- English (Fluently), German (Fluently), Chinese (Poorly), Japanese (Poorly), French (Poorly)
maffeu Darmstadt, Germany less adventurous
Sockenpuppe Darmstadt, Germany more old-fashioned
misteremerson Frankfurt, Germany more adventurous
wabi--sabi Wiesbaden, Germany more adventurous
Sternengreifer Frankfurt, Germany more old-fashioned
threelips Frankfurt, Germany more independent
macgaspard Frankfurt, Germany less trusting
Privately, I spend a lot of time reinventing myself, and keeping in contact with friends.
Also cooking. I play the piano and I sing a lot.
When I was 19 me and a buddy started a venture in Lenox Massachusetts that quickly failed. My buddy said, "I know an incredible restaurant on the shore of Lake Pontchartrain." I said, "I love Cajun food, let's go eat!" So we took the remaining cash and drove down New Orleans.
It's 3,000 (5,000 km) mile round trip from Western Massachusetts to Southern Louisiana, and we only had two tapes in the car. One was this Iranian diva that sung haunting very high-pitched, nerve-jangling arias, and the Bob Marley's album Survival. We mostly listened to Mob Barley. I swear I know every note and tambourine rattle on that album. Highly recommended. Or maybe it's just the Stockholm Syndrome ;-)
For a while I read a lot of books about politics, but I've stopped now because US politics have gotten so awful.
I've read several Salman Rushdie books; The Satanic Verses, The Moor's Last Sigh, Midnight's Children. I've been reading a lot of Indian stuff recently.
One time I was driving down the Autobahn spacing out and I realized I was feeling very angry at someone. Then I thought about it and I realized it was the villainous sergeant in "The Naked and the Dead"! I can't remember any other book touching me that personally. Norman Mailer got back from the Pacific Theatre of WWII (fighting the Japanese from island to island) when he was in his early 20s. He sat down immediately and wrote a big fat anti-war book, more or less in one go. Very intense read, very vivid characters. Tip of the hat to i_am_amylynne
Recent scifi: Iain Banks, Neal Stephanson, Stephen Baxter, Alistair Reynolds.
I secretly like watching romantic comedies. I'm such a girl sometimes ;-)
Freedom. I would be absolutely useless as a soldier, I don't take orders well.
Change. I think that's what I like most about the computer business. Just when you think you've got it all figured out, everything changes.
Love. I'm kind of a softie at heart Awww
Being ME. Sounds corny because it is. For example I write a lot about my job in this profile. If I didn't identify with what I do, I would just...stop doing it. That's just the way I roll. Fortunately I get paid for stuff I find amusing.
I make money by knowing stuff and having ideas, more than by actually doing much.
I like to think about what makes other people tick -- ask myself "Why did he just say that?" It's a hobby.
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