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44 M Kingwood, TX

I’m looking for

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  • Ages 29–44
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating

My Details

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6′ 0″ (1.82m)
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Agnosticism, and very serious about it
Working on Ph.D program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids
Has dogs

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My self-summary
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Kingwoodguy is looking for a someone to giggle with, a permanent dance partner. I seek a pleasant master of ease and sincerity, adroitness and flexibility, someone liberal and open-minded. Someone who smiles more than she frowns and laughs because she GETS IT! I find intelligence incredibly attractive. I'm looking for that sexy, smart type who's not stuck on herself. I'd like to meet someone genuine about her search: past the rebound, ready to share, realistic and sincere.

I know what I like, I know what I'm looking for, and I did the research to learn how this site works. OKC offers tools that no other (pay site, even) can even approach. Unfortunately, users often unknowingly skew their own scores. It's a lot like life. If someone is unaware of just a certain amount details about something, doors seem to lock them out of opportunities, wisdom, or of a perspective, which could change their entire life's path!

My profile is unique. It is also an investment. If this is too much for you, we aren't gonna work! You WILL know a LOT about me. You may learn certain tidbits I've gathered along life's path that I'm eager to share. I've also been told that my profile is entertaining. Laugh with me, laugh at me, shake off the shock of profound revelations and be entertained- at the least?

Every word you type goes into word clouds, which help decipher what you think. More important is the Questions section! Some of these are just plain stupid. But, if you only answer 75 questions, your score is pretty meaningless because we may have only answered 35 of the same ones! If you answer 1,075 no one will read it all. But, if you answer enough (a few hundred clicks?) questions which matter to you, that you want to share, or are curious to see- of others, we may have at least a hundred similar answers to compare and you will have increased the accuracy of your results. In other words, answering a question about something that has zero bearing on determination can produce inaccurate results. If the answer options don't match your views, skip it!

I'm constantly adjusting as I compare, and will often add answers just to see someone else's, or will clean out answers to keep the total down. Sometimes, I answer one way, then qualify my answer in my comment. The more meaningful questions that both parties have in common, the better the chances for success! If you don't answer a question you can't see their answer, or any comments they may add to that question. People can only see what they are willing to reveal themselves! Show me yours and I'll gladly show ya mine (blush/dimple). Also, the phone app doesn't show the tests, it only lets you see comments added to questions if you click on each question, and it also only shows one album of pics.

Time is the most limited resource there is. Most of our time is spent crossing bridges between the events and key-points of our lives, so I always try to be aware of where I am standing. AH, MAN... (wiping my feet- AGAIN! Ke, ke) I am here to increase the efficiency of my time. It was an investment and I have experienced good results, but I'd like to find that one.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm a single dad (but my kids are older). I do have primary custody and I view fatherhood as my FIRST full-time vocation. I kinda lost a complete year back in 2008, dealing with a surprise divorce after 14 loyal years. I've owned an insurance business for 20 years, but its not as lucrative as it once was. There are not many business opportunities that offer such a persistent residual income, though, so it has been nice to have! Passive income allowed me to invest a chunk of my hours writing papers as a full- time college/graduate student and a TA/lecturer/adjunct professor over the past few years. As my kids have gotten older, things are seeming easier and easier. I may have figured a few things out after all?

I previously had two Associate degrees in Marketing and Sales Management. After the divorce, I went back for two undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and Social Sciences (seemed to feel right- at the time), with a minor in business (pre- law). My graduate work and instructional concentration is technically Sociology (M.A.) and Social Sciences (M.Ed.), which has a declared minor concentration in the history of religion. I also did a research project in Houston's fourth ward, working with the homeless. My thesis research has split evenly between sales-and-marketing applications and analysis of Social Science Statistics. My dissertation theme (PhD), focuses on how our beliefs, ideas, thought processes and cultural identities, have evolved and how these compare to the historiography that's built into our spatial-temporal reasoning... I know, right?!!

Recently, I have reassessed my goals in education. The path to tenured professor doesn't seem to be the most efficient investment of my talent, but I will always be writing. I do have published works and am currently working on a six- book series. Its pretty humorous stuff (I'm told; publisher said my writing style is as good as David Sedaris? So, where is that $3m advance??). Meanwhile, I have a few other things I want to accomplish, I have bills to pay, a house to maintain, kids to raise and have a life that needs to be lived. I had been "hiding" for too long! With that said, I am currently enrolled in an LSAT prep course (for Law School). I have taken the PLSAT and feel encouraged by consistent perfect scores to go ahead and switch gears (but I'm riding the clutch). What can I say? I gotta keep moving!
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'd say writing, my saxophone, dancing, giving massages, makin' dimples, listening and yes- I am good at gabbing, too! I think my kids would tell ya I'm good at being a dad, also! I may not be able to do the things a mom can, but being stable and dependable is what they need. By being "tuned in to their frequency" and knowing what they think is fun or cool, or at least trying to, goes a long way in their eyes and in their hearts.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I guess you'll have to meet me to verify this, but people say my dimples are my most notable feature.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Quote which describes me:
"The best author will be the one who is ashamed to become a writer" -Friedrich Nietzsche
"They are hesitant to publish their inner thoughts, for fear of labeling, but do so dutifully." If someone is offended by something I write, they are exactly the person who needed to read it!

Books: Tough to say. I absorb well over a dozen books a month (Via audio books)!

Movies/TV: Patrick Swayze was the man! I was often told how much I resembled him in his- and my "heydays" in the early 90's. "The Time of My Life," was an excellent book and I believe we share a lot of views (listen to the audio- he reads it). Man, he could dance!

In many ways I relate to the character "Brian", the "cool" talking dog on Family Guy (that's also my name). Like any pupper, we like to have fun! We also yearn for someone we can share intelligent conversation with, but somehow don't fit in with the "geeks/nerds/dorks" (there is a funny test on OKC which deciphers this). Sometimes I feel like Walter White (Heisenberg, even) from Breaking Bad (best show, ever!), in certain ways. I'd like to be more like "The dude", from the Big Lewbowski, though.

Music: Whatever, I like a lot of stuff, but since I'm not in High School I don't think this really defines me. I will mention that the range goes from Jazz to RAP, Rock to Country.

Dance: My favorite dancin' music would be Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama, with a live band! I'll dance to anything, though.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) love
2) joy
3) hope
4) reason
5) balance
6) intelligence
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I know this sounds corny, but whenever I see old couples together who hold hands and embrace and are genuinely happy to be with each other, I cannot stop thinking of them- even days later! I also love to see older couples out for a night of dancing or on a date somewhere.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I will be 29 years, 364 days old FOREVER! (I made a deal.)
I make silly faces at little kids passing by and then abruptly go straight- faced when their mother looks to see what they are reacting to.
I've had good conversations with homeless people. Seriously!
All the oxygen leaves my head when my earlobes are kissed.
I hate repeating myself... I hate repeating myself.
I love to kiss... I love to kiss.
I say that I'm liberal/open minded, but then say "mean people suck".
My eyes get "glassy" during "chick flicks" & when listening to country music & often pretend to have a problem w/my contacts to cover up a tear.
I have "five thumbs".
I work with my head & save my body for... what? I was gonna say dancing (howl). I save my hands for playing my SAX!
I failed art class in middle school. My artistic abilities all went to music, creative writing, poetry, storytelling, public speaking and salesmanship.

I dig when chicks wear jeans and a baseball cap; I must admit, though, I'm attracted to woman who know how to be classy, too. We should get dressed up once in awhile, so all the guys/girls can envy us when we walk in, don't cha think? (wink) A "bare neck" (hair up) causes me to lose my breath (inhaling deeply). Pedicures drive me absolutely wild! "Manicured nails running through my hair, tracing the vascular lines running up the back of my hands, along the sides of my arm, affectionately scratching my back while searching my eyes for some insight to my thoughts..." sorry, I started that poetic stuff again! I'm just not into chicks that wanna go hunting with their dad and six brothers, or who like to get dirty turnin' wrenches or going mud bogging... I don't even know what that is- but I see it mentioned on POF all the time! (smirk)
You should message me if
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Your curiosity is piqued AND peaked! Read the questions section and the tests, compare my views to your own. If things jive and you appreciate my sincerity, then that's more than half the distance to my heart.

I want to add a gracious THANK YOU, for the applause I often receive. I would like to answer every single one, but I am very behind... and very busy! I also invest some of my time in this search and am dating as time allows. As an aspiring author, my goal is obviously not to offend anyone, but is to reach out for new friends (and hopefully find that "one").

I also receive commentary on the range of my age preferences. Yes, in real life I am often told how I look a little younger than my age. However, I also FEEL young! I just have not felt comfortable with those whose perspective is narrowed- by choice, or exhaustion. I've tested my hypothesis just a few times, I will admit. Yes, there are beautiful women who are stunning in appearance at many ages, but certain attitude differences (I'm not speaking about interests, necessarily) are just not something I can relate to. I do prefer maturity over inexperience, but balance includes openness, by my measure.

This is probably why so many I've dated are still looking OUT toward a bright horizon, possibly a late start in college/graduate school or are med/law students, etc... I promise I'm not trying to be an age- snob, or whatever. Its just about the attitudes that I have found appealing.

I am not yet where I am going, but have experienced a LOT and I enjoy each day while I am getting there! It really doesn't matter to me what you do or where you are going. Its the attitude that many things are interesting and fun, along with the maturity and awareness of the fact that TIME IS LIMITED. We have to constantly remind ourselves that pleasure is important and we have to manage our lives to find the quality and mix that fits our own need for satisfaction. Life is wonderful; we don't know what lies around the next corner, but we should realize that time is always ticking, ticking, ticking. My motto is: after responsibility, comes appreciation, then exhilaration!