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blogger333

67 M Saint Charles, MO

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Yesterday – 10:50pm
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Straight
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Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Fit
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No
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Socially
Drugs
Religion
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Education
Graduated from two-year college
Job
Entertainment / Media
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Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Has a kid
Pets
Has dogs
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English (Okay), Spanish (Poorly), Russian (Poorly), Vietnamese (Poorly), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
333 - only half bad.

Widowed empty nester. My wife passed 8 years ago. Just me here and dog, Mimi. She's a black poodle and difficult to photograph because she is so dark.

Retired airline agent. My defunct airline, a U.S. national carrier, became a victim of the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978 - ceased operations in Aug. 1986. Same name emerged in 1994 - the one with the wildlife on the tails - but name only, not the same airline.

Pet peeve - 'TARMAC' (short for tarmacadam) is a type of highway surface, pioneered by John Loudon McAdam around 1820. It makes me cringe when I hear somebody on the news use that word when speaking about an airport. I worked at 5 different airports and only one, a small one, Pueblo, CO, had a tarmac (tar pavement). The big airports have concrete ramps where the airliners park by the terminal gates. Another proper term would be apron. I park my car on the tarmac (asphalt parking lot) at the mall. Next time you fly out of LAX or similar, look out the window and see if it's really a tarmac, or concrete pavement by the terminal.

I served in Vietnam (pronounced Vee et nom). McCain, et al were somewhere else called Vietnaaaaaam. My bet - back in the day they called it Vietnam too. Must be a political thing. When I was there it was 'The Nom' not the NAAAAAM.

I know French but am really rusty. I remember some Vietnamese. I know just enough in several languages to get my face slapped.

Still like rock and roll music, R&B , blues and classic rock.

Moderate politics registered republican, but cannot stand their current low life, regressive agenda. Cannot stand the Koch Brothers, their T-party morons and their Wisconsin governor and all those stooges they bought into congress in 2010. Also have no use for the taliban and Rick Santorum et al. So glad alot of the t-haters got fired. especially my ex congressman, Todd Akin. But there's still 'Boner' and Bachman, McConnell and a bunch more. Cannot understand how so many of the 99% are so blinded and voted to put those 'party of no' ba$t..rds in congress. Support OWS. Am appalled by any of us 99%ers whom do not support OWS. Disgusted by the religious wingnuts trying to undermine separation of church and state. They have turned the GOP into the american taliban. Hate the gop war on women. This ain't your daddy's gop!!! GOP = Greedy Ole Pricks. One more thing. Can't stand Rush 'Limbag'. Hate it that his tripe is broadcast on armed forces radio for the gullible, homesick GIs to hear and worse yet, believe it. Whew! Getting off the soap box now. Almost forgot - they should arrest Nugent and detain him at gitmo. While I was serving in Vietnam, 'Nooj' was crapping himself so he wouldn't have to go in the armed forces. What a patriot...NOT!!!

Church. Yes I go. I'm in the choir, too. I do not and will not listen to their drivel about hating Obama. The haters should not hide behind religion.

I'm gonna live the life I love and I'm gonna love the life I live.

I am calm, cool under fire, and sexy
What I’m doing with my life
Retired, on permanent vacation. Doing a part time DJ biz. Got a wedding, a mitzva, picnic, office party coming up? Pretty fair guitar player and bass player. Would like to be in a blues band.

Ride a bicycle trail in nice weather and even not so nice, and hot too. Play some golf. Like to shoot clays with a 12gauge, fishing, cooking out with family and friends. My best fishing expedition I reeled in a 28" channel cat on a Canadian night crawler. Angling for bass with crank bait is my favorite way to fish.

Have DJ'd 34 weddings and 14 company office parties, 6 Halloween parties, 5 graduation parties, 5 parking lot parties and 8 dinner/dances, a pool party, and 9 large birthday parties. Recently did a 50th Anniversary. Need much more DJ work. Did a high school ball and have done 11 other school events. I have done a Quinceañera. Recently did a celebration of life party for a guy whose wife died and she wanted a party with drinking and dancing. Some shindig it was!!! Going to be busy this summer. I have 11 events booked. Woohoo!!! Will be doing a 'Bollywood' wedding this weekend. I have been busy gathering all the songs needed. Somewhat difficult since I don't understand Hindi, but there are some good ones. Stay tuned !!! :)
The Bollywood wedding was huge. Mild estimate 500 guests. Key word - ELEGANCE!!! Only an occasional mild hicup. Found out well into the gig that they like it loud. Not used to turning it up till after the dinner.
Just did a 1968 class reunion!!! It was a total riot! Got to play my favorite music for people that liked it too.
I’m really good at
Being a DJ is 99% preparation, 1% perspiration. Needless to say I put alot of thought and work into preparing for a DJ job. I love doing DJ gigs. I am told I am a very good DJ. I live by 'under promise, over deliver'.

Also was good at my full time job. They said I would be missed there. Right! ...Anytime you are wondering how much you would be missed, just stick your hand in a bucket of water, pull it out, and measure the space left when your hand was removed. That's how much they miss me.

Also good at plumbing, electric, light carpentry, intermediate auotmotive mechanics - all the stuff you need to be a home owner. I just hate paying somebody to do something I can do o myself. I built the deck around my pool(see photos). Remodeled kitchen, new counter top, tile backsplash, new dishwasher, stove. I have done numerous brake jobs on my vehicles, and those of family and friends. I have replaced mcpherson struts and put new springs on my Cadi. I changed out the engine in a water cooled VW Golf. But I can't even change the oil on my Charger. There is a huge plastic cover that totally shields the under side of the engine and transmission. Also replaced the lower intake manifold gasket on a 3.1 Lumina. Mechanic shop quote was $750. I did it for parts, under $200. Took all week, and it was hotter than Hades, but well worth it. Best of all, it did start right up when I put it back together.

In the past year I have become somewhat of an IT tech. I revived a dead Dell desktop, and two Lenovo Laptops. My son was pretty proud of me and called me an honorary IT person. I just recently breathed life into my neighbor's mom's laptop. He is very tech savvy and was unable to get it going. It runs like it did when it was new and his mom was so happy with it, and very grateful.

Also playing guitar - pretty fair player also bass.
The first things people usually notice about me
Warm, ice breaking personality. Blue eyes, especially noticeable when I am wearing blue. Great skin, I have been told, smooth, minimal body hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
a - technical, adventure, biography, travel

b - Animal House, Dr. Strangelove, The Commitments, Beavis & Butthead do America, Blues Bros.I & II, Fargo(Yaaaah.... Aw Geez!), Big Lebowski

c - Blues, R&B, Classic Rock, R&R, Motown,Southern Rock ,alot of obscure stuff that doesn't get lots of airplay. Fave singer of all time: Male - Marvin Gaye, Female - Gladys Knight. Favorite song of all time - Ain't Too Proud To Beg by the Temptations

d - prime rib, BBQ, Italian, Sea food, comfort food, fresh fruit, mainly citrus, kiwi and strawberries. Tomato lover, too.

Favorite TV shows - Family Guy, NCIS (both), all the CSIs, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-o, Person of Interest and The Mentalist.
The six things I could never do without
oxygen - music - food - water - money - world wide web
I spend a lot of time thinking about
music. the blues band I would like to play in

a new skill I would like to learn - tantric sex, lucid dreams

What my life would have been like if the airlines had not been deregulated.

trip I would like to take.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hopefully working a DJ gig somewhere nice and getting to play my favorite kind of music, too.

Occasionally go out and listen to some live music with somone that likes blues, classic rock and old time rock n' roll. Hate going alone. Once in awhile I get to sit in with a band.

Looking for love in all the wrong places.

Do some studio recording. A little 'blue eyed soul'. Watch TV shows.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have surf guitar legend Dick Dale's autograph. Got it at one of his shows at a venue here. I do all my house cleaning chores, dusting and vacuuming, down on my hands and knees scrubbing toilets, laundry, etc, au natural, well..., nude.
I’m looking for
  • Everybody
  • Ages 75–92
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, short-term dating, casual sex