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  • Ages 26–44
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Last online
Today – 8:55pm
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6' 4" (1.93m)
Body Type
Doesn’t have kids
English (Fluently), Japanese (Somewhat)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.

I take care of you, first. Understand? What is it you are truly looking for?

How about a little story to begin with, instead of the usual? You can cut to the chase further down, if you're a little ADD.

I had a dog, his name was Caesar Augustus, he was a Rhodesian Ridgeback… he was my very best friend.

"The Caesar-dog" as I liked to call him, taught me many things, things that might be applied to some of our human interactions:

•how to live in the Now and really feel it's Power,
•how to be a really good listener,
•knowing what it feels like to have someone always excited to see me,
•always run around with reckless abandonment when joy fills your heart,
•protect the ones you love from perceived threats,
•how to use your limbs to take up the maximum sleeping space,
•snuggle closer and spoon for maximum warmth while camping in a below freezing tent,
•relax in the sun on days that beckon to you to be lazy,
•always beware of stairs, they can be tricky,
•bark at others only when absolutely necessary,
•a laser dot defies all movement of chase-able creatures in the natural world,
•a down pillow is filled with feathers, A LOT of them, and if you pop one open for fun, it resembles fallen snow…. but inside the house instead of outside,
•at first a bath is not that great, but, then, afterwards, you feel so clean, you just want to sprint around the house in lickety-split cleanliness, and shake your booty like the wings of a hummingbird,
•deer are fast, but not as fast as Rhodesian Ridgeback hound dogs,
•a lure course bunny is so fast, it takes your breath away, and it keeps going and going and going,
•the best way to scratch your back is simply to roll around on it,
•lick your plate clean when you really love what you just ate, maybe you'll get more,
•hiking can be really hard on your paws, best to wear some booties,
•if you want to keep your feet dry, simply dance around puddles,
•wipe your feet when you enter the house, especially if you aren't wearing shoes,
•sometimes, if you eat something too fast, it may come back up, but never to worry, it tastes just as good going down the second time,
•the thought of nail trimming can lead to a quivering lip, and the display of the canine-tooth, aptly name,
•cheese may just be the best treat ever,
•always protect an innocent infant, even if it's your sworn mortal enemy, the kitten,
•there's always more love you can find inside yourself to give,
•to win people over to your side you show them, they simply must love you, because you are you,
•humans are pretty terrific,

and finally, the most difficult thing he taught me, the hardest lesson of all, was, how to deal with the loss of someone you love, and what a broken heart really feels like.

So, I think in this relationship with The Caesar Dog, I got far more out of it than he ever did, heck, I only taught him a few things, but, he seemed to be really happy with the arrangement.

I try never to forget the simple things Caesar Augustus taught me. Sometimes, the very best things you need to know about life and humans can be taught to you by a dog that could only say, "I love you." (Yes, really, he could, that's one of the things I taught him).


For those of you actually reading this, I'll offer you the single most important piece of advice based on what I've seen by traveling to different times: find someone who is kind to you and others. Believe me, It's not as obvious as it may seem, and it might take you a lifetime to learn this critical lesson.

You might just realize later, "oh crap, he was the one I was looking for." So, my dear (spoken in a Clark Gable tone), I've tried to tell you in advance. :-) Yes! I'm trying to save you some TIME and heartache, but, though I say this, it seldom alters the timespace continuum. I wish you well on your journey, yet, remember my words. Time... we cannot get it back, regardless of how we use it.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Enjoying the rewards of the success I have thus far from working hard.
Appreciating the people I work with and the wonderful family and friends I have.
Remembering to appreciate the things I am so lucky to have instead of what I want.
I work as a Visual Effects Editor in TV and Film.
Perfecting my understanding of Timespace.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
1. Encouraging others.
2. Learning new things.
3. Asking questions to get to the heart of the matter.
4. Not giving up.
5. Some might say... Volleyball.
6. Taking care of the woman first. :)
7. Defying my age.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
My goat hooves and barbed tail.
My Intensity/Energy contrasted with my quiet side.
My Intricacy and Curiosity.
My giving nature.
I pay attention to small details.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Oh, The Places You'll Go!
The Giving Tree. ( I am the tree)
The Power of Now
Pathways to Bliss - by Joseph Campbell. blends myth with our own life journey.
The China Study
The Count of Monte Cristo

Here is a bed time story, just for YOU, to see if you are paying attention: Iroquois Fable

This is truly funny!

Woman Confusingly Tells Area Man She’s Not Interested In Him

People Admired - Living and Expired
Cindi - my Neighbor, who despite having serious health issues her entire life, somehow always finds the silver lining.
David Blaine
Sandro Botticelli
Irina Dvorovenko
Howard Hughes
Kelly Johnson (engineer not athlete)
Grace Kelly
Elon Musk
Frederick W. Smith
Alberto Vargas

About time
Austin Powers (yeah, baby!)
Avatar (in 3d),
Back to the Future Trilogy
The Butterfly Effect
The Best Years of Our Lives
Citizen Kane
Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.
Food, Inc. (good to know!),
Ferris Bueller's Day Off,
Forrest Gump,
Frank and the Robot,
Gone with the Wind,
Gravity - Best 3d movie - ever.,
Hungry for Change,
It Happened One Night,
Idiocracy (it's got electrolytes),
The Illusionist,
I love ya, man.
many Kurosawa,
Lawrence of Arabia,
Lord of the Rings,
Moonrise Kingdom,
The Notebook,
Pay it Forward,
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Ruby Sparks,
Say Anything,
Scott Pilgrim versus the World',
The Seven Year Itch,
The Time Traveller's Wife,
The Time Machine (original),
Silence of the Lambs,
Singing in the Rain - ..."Moses supposes his toes are roses..."
Sleepless in Seattle,
What Dreams May Come
Wizard of Oz (amazing in it's 75th anniversary 3d conversion!)
You've Got Mail,
Zeitgeist (section on Religion and Money, not 911),

and many, many more (it's my business!) I seriously LOVE movies.

I admire Clarke Gable. He was "the man"! I knew someone who worked with him and said he was the consummate gentleman.

The Wire
White Collar
Game of Thrones
AGT and So You Think You Can Dance (but only the first 3 rounds, not the overly produced finals)
Arrested Development
House of Cards
Seinfeld re-runs
House M.D.
Cosmos - old and new
The Power of Myth

Music? Over 100K songs in my itunes. I like music, though I am not a fanatic...I've just collected a lot. I've noticed quite recently, the size of my library makes for some VERY cool Genius mixes, which I had never used....

Benny Goodman,
Bryan Adams,
C+C Music Factory......oh yeah!!
Chris Brown,
Chris Isaak,
Daft Punk,
David Guetta,
Don 2 soundtrack (I know, I know, pathetic... I just love it, it's fun)
The Doors,
Elvis Costello,
Ella Fitgerald,
Five for Fighting,
Frank Sinatra,
Fred Astaire,
Gavin DeGraw,
Gwen Stefani,
Glenn Miller,
Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five,
Imagine Dragons,
Jason DeRulo,
Jay Sean,
Jimmy Durante,
OK Go!,
Phillip Phillips,
Plain White T's - Rhythm of Love
Sheryl Crow,
Simon and Garfunkel,
Taio Cruz,
Tom Petty,
W. Amadeus Mozart.
80's pop (in case you didn't notice)

I"m getting closer and closer to vegan, though not as a religion, more as a fact to avoid Westernized diseases.... but I will still eat meat, in limited quantities.

Healthy food in general,
Cold Junmai Sake,
Powerthirst Rocket Edition Manana

SMALL WORLD - how small the earth is.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
In a relationship

1. Kindness
2.Reciprocated Love
3. Imagination
4. Humor
5. Acknowledgement
6. Communication

In general

An extremely accurate pocket watch.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
•I'd love to be a money counterfeiter, but the idea of being stuck in prison is an adequate deterrent.
•What year to jump to in my time machine.
•When will I return to Japan?! 日本は懐かしいです!
•Where are you, Ms. Neverfind?
•Perhaps dating profiles reflect who we think we are or want to be?

Or some random thoughts...

•I think the purpose of Starbuck's is to make people feel excited and empowered that they have the ability to make a decision.
•Some day I want to learn how to keep an Orchid alive.
•I have enough money to take care of your "security" concerns, but, then, you haven't read this far... have you?! Hmm, what a shame.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
If not out to dinner or a movie, I'm pursuing one of my hobbies:

1. Working on my classic car
2. Woodworking
3. Reading literature to educate myself
4. Improving my photography skills.
5. Listening to my vintage radio (1939), with 30-40's music playing, same one I had when I spent time in 1941.
6. Doing some cool home renovation (not hiring someone to) to improve my surroundings.

--- the list continues, the first six here are "for examples"---
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I've been a hero, and believe in them. Have you?

Psychology of Evil.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
Look, it's simple - I'm here to make a CONNECTION. It's that feeling when you look across the table at someone and "hear" them and what they are saying both from their mind and from their heart and you feel "something". Something we cannot experience here, online.

Some of you may become friends, and one other, perhaps something more, but, we cannot know until we simply sit across from each other and discuss our thoughts, hopes, dreams, stories and if we can truly be open, even our fears. I enjoy it, regardless of the outcome.

However, I've found that there are clearly some concrete personal attributes that I typically align with. It leads to a short hand discussion where we don't have to explain ourselves to each other, because the other simply "gets" what we are saying. You know what I mean, I'm sure. I'm sure you've felt it a number of times in your life. It's like you've already met before...

So what are those attributes in my case?

1.You are KIND or have been told you are a giver (I say this because I am one).

2. You love yourself and it shows that you take care of your body, mind, and spirit. In other words, you are FIT and healthy, and that's a priority to you and always will be. If you dare to list yourself as "Fit" or "Athletic" be prepared to be taken to task on that. I take those designations quite don't kid yourself...or me. (I will and do NOT hold you to a higher standard than the one I apply to myself)

3. You are confident with yourself and what you do, you're bright/highly intelligent, and can push me, intellectually, so that I can learn things I never knew I didn't know! Know SOME-thing!! If we can't keep a conversation on a variety of topics on a road trip, then, that's a sign.. of the beginning of the end.

4. You're quit witted with a VERY good sense of humor (wicked/twisted/dry/sarcastic - some kind!)

5. I feel like this is stating the obvious, but - you LIKE to watch movies or "television", meaning, if you watch TV, you watch recorded stuff, either movies or long form series such as Game of Thrones, House of Cards, Breaking Bad, etc. (I don't just sit down and "watch tv".)

6. Extra points for those who understand my nickname here without the benefit of Google.

6. You are curious and crave learning.

Don't Message me if
1. You don't think we went to the moon.
2. You have no sense of humor (unbelievable how important this quality is, and I don't mean you must be a goofball).
3. In the year 2015 you can't seem to take a clear photo of yourself.
4. You are a complete slob. I don't do maid service!

*******(cigarette) SMOKERS need not apply. I consider the number of cigarettes you smoke inversely related to your intelligence.