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51 M Duluth, MN

My Details

Last Online
Aug 8, 2010
6′ 2″ (1.87m)
Body Type
When drinking
Not at all
Christianity, and laughing about it
Dropped out of space camp
Art / Music / Writing
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids
English (Okay), Other (Poorly)

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My self-summary
shot, stuffed, and mounted

I believe in soul connection, with all my soul. I believe that two people can meet and there exists between them an almost palpable haze of connectedness and connectivity that connects them... like a beam of sunlight piercing the warm, glistening raindrops of a summer storm and producing a rainbow of such dazzling brilliance that I am weeping just thinking of its perfect simplicity and innate beauty. When I see ducks in the springtime swimming in pairs, how connected they are, how their adorable avian souls are locked into a divine tango right there in that little pond, I smile wistfully and think, how lovely to be a duck, to have that sense of intimacy with a mate and be immersed in nature's perfect completion, swimming though the ponds of time and space to another realm, a realm of no bodies, no thought, just souls mingling in the universe's grandeur. I want my soul connection to be like wild horses running gracefully over the grassy plains, every hoofbeat affirming that yes, yes, we belong together. Staring into each others' eyes for hours at a time, reading our past lives in the rich tapestry of our soul mate's face. Yes, connectedness exists, of that I'm certain, and it transcends dinner and all the material limitations of this world, and simply exists as a glowing sphere of light between us. The arch of a rainbow has a beginning, middle and end, yet the colors remain vivid at every supple curve of its majestic light-bridge. So it will be with us; the colors of our souls will be dazzling to us both from the moment we meet until the moment our rainbow vanishes. Come, soul mate, and discover this journey of light with me. No smokers, drinkers or amazons please. Also no fatties, sorry, oh - and you should probably make a lot of money... and... hello... hello...
What I’m doing with my life
I've been... um... I forget...
Oh wait, yeah...
I’m really good at
being evasive and stuff


FYI, my sisters are on here too: sweet_tarrt and Starbohydrate.
The first things people usually notice about me
Coyote had been walking a great distance when he came upon a pool of water. The air was still as he bent down for a drink to soothe his parched, wanderlusting spirit. As his lips approached the water there appeared in the pool a handsome creature rising toward the surface. Coyote thought to himself, "What kind of powerful magic has a creature such as this who can stay so long underwater and not perish. It is not a fish for it has hair. It seems to be breathing under there for I can see the rapid movement of its chest. I must learn this magic. It will come in handy when Mountain Lion is on my trail." He politely asked the creature if it would teach to him its water-breathing trick. The creature did not respond. Coyote figured the creature could not hear him, so he dipped his head into the water, and as he did, the creature disappeared. The water felt good to the weary coyote, so he dipped in with the rest of his body. He looked throughout the pool, still no sign of the creature, until Coyote rolled over and faced upward. There he saw the creature bent over the pool, peering down at him...
"Hello!" he bubbled,
"can you hear me now?"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
anything by Thich Nhat Hanh

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

Chopin, 70s rocks, Alexi Murdoch, cajun, and this...

watermelon, prawns, asiago cheese, anything with gaaarlic
The six things I could never do without
my addiction to oxygen
my program of recovery
my thirst for hemoglobin
my hunger to eat your children
my diabolical plan to rule cyberspace
my obsession to conquer... oops, I mean
my passion to please my computer-wife, Karen
I spend a lot of time thinking about
On a typical Friday night I am


...Christ! I did so many drugs in the 70s, I don't even know what the temperature is now...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit

7: You know, you really should take this as an opportunity to tell them about that really private thing you willingly admitted to me. Once. A long time ago.

J: Roger, Karen, will do! Soon as I'm done listening to Wilco. ;)

7: **dies** Thank you. I heard this and thought of you.

J: Beatitful goldfish reminder -
"Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see [your name here]."
-Matthew 5:8

E: pilogue...
I’m looking for
  • Girls
  • Ages 19–99
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
you can say lettuce and spell...

Eternally framed,