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Native American
5' 8" (1.73m)
Body Type
Agnosticism but it’s not important
Has kids and doesn’t want more
Has dogs
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I am definitely a big picture kind of person. Especially when I'm on a roll with a project. That sometimes makes it look like I'm in my own little world, but I'm here.

I have been divorced for several years now. I have three kids ranging in ages from 19 to 12. I love them and they keep me sane, at least on the weekends when they are with me. I have a strict policy of not introducing my kids to whomever I am dating until the time is right, and that is usually a while and in a neutral location. It just makes sense to me. All that is to say that we are not looking for a replacement mom.

I prefer to follow current events and politics over following professional sports. It's more fun to play than to watch.
I’m really good at
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I am good at keeping my word.

I really enjoy working with my hands making things or fixing things.

Sort of following a recipe. The results are almost always good.

Taking on new ideas.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have absolutely no idea. I am told that I am intimidating at first. I suppose that is because of my dry sense of humor and the Native American stoicism that I do so well?

Actually the more I think about it, it's probably my 10 pound miniature rat terrier. I often have to say "My eyes are up here!" He is easier on the eyes than I am, so I understand.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I like biographies, textbooks, mostly non-fiction. Of course all the prerequisites from youth: LOTR, Dune... so on and so forth. Recently read Descartes Bones, that was interesting. I read Cat's Cradle by Vonnegut, after enjoying Slaughterhouse 5. Kornwolf by Tristan Egolf was great. I may have been a resident of Macondo Estates in a past life. My daughter turned me on to The Hunger Games trilogy. Very fun read, she and I compared notes when we watched the latest movie.

I'm open to just about any movie. It's terrible because I tend to become invested in a movie within the first 10 minutes, and I have to see it through. Because of that I have watched many terrible movies, and have no regrets. It's the commitophile in me. With that said, Italian Neo-Realism is where it's at. The Bicycle Thief, Nights of Cabria, and Vidas Seccas are at the top of my list.

With netflix it's great to be able to watch a whole series without missing a show. Yup, I tend to binge watch a series that I like. I recently watched Shameless(UK), and that was fantastic. I prefer sci-fi, but will enjoy anything that is thought provoking. I love a good documentary.

I'll be honest and say my music tastes have stagnated. I don't have much new music in my life anymore. I do tend towards more punk and classic rock. I am also fond of bluegrass and some country. I generally avoid the over-marketed flavor-of-the-day type stuff. Having said that, I would like more music in my life. Send me a suggestion, and I'll give it a listen.

And here is what my iPod says: the transplants, tim armstrong, sublime, the beatles, the doors, social distortion, red hot chili peppers, this listing of shit is boring, offspring, nirvana, no cash, minor threat, leftover crack, janis joplin, green day, flogging molly, eagles, dropkick murphys, the distillers, cypress hill, aggrolites and so on and so forth.

Food? I'm open to anything. I will say I am craving some cafeteria food right now. Yes, that is odd, but I have fond childhood memories associated with BIA(Bureau of Indian Affairs) cafeteria food. I did the month of January as a vegetarian and that has set me on path where I consume much less meat.

Local brews and local food. Once I get my backyard garden going I'll have some truly local food.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My kids, tomorrow, shoes(I have sensitive feet), inspiration, seasons, and spare moments.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The hamster wheel and why we are on it. Looking forward to getting off the hamster wheel and start doing art full time.

Whether ideals truly exist. I mean that nothing is perfect. Everything is flawed, and that makes it beautiful. Some things from a distance look perfect, but on closer inspection it appears to have been oversold. I can live with imperfection.

Visiting far flung places and integrating into new societies.

How things have evolved to become what they are. I mean things, like keyboards, the computer mouse, cups, spoons, etc.. Basically I wonder about all the things we take for granted, and that once upon a time it was a huge breakthrough for someone.

Possibly taking up throwing clay. I know I would enjoy it, and be really good at it. Possibly a second degree in something like Anthropology?

Getting the VW bus running, and ... going camping.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I am finding more free time on the weekends. As the little ones get older they are more often having plans of their own. It's a little disheartening, but I understand. They need to start sprouting their little wings. All that is to say, my weekends are never set in stone.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm a weak swimmer.
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you thought about it even for just a second.

I know we are on a dating site, but I've made several good friends here.