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64 M Salt Lake City, UT

My Details

Last Online
Jul 4, 2010
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Not at all
Other, and somewhat serious about it
Graduated from university
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has kids
Likes dogs and likes cats

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My self-summary
Many of the principles and ideas, found in the book and discs of THE POWER OF NOW, are the foundation of my happiness and joy in life. I love this universe, I love this beautiful Earth we are on, [even the desert between Vegas and Barstow], and I love the gods, God, or higher power that put me here. I don't accept the glass as being half empty or half full---I affirm that it is clear full, all of the time. I might not always see it, but that's my temporary problem---not the universe's.

The first principle of the "gospel," according to libertarian10, is that "poop happens." And when poop happens, I spread it on my garden of life with joy and appreciation. I love Dyer's statement that "The entire universe is engaged in a conspiracy to make my life better." In the last stages of a divorce, it was hard to see at first; but after affirming that it was for the best, I started to see how it could be.

I believe that "individual freedom" is the most important wish of the gods and objective of the universe.

I, also, believe that family is the most important institution of the universe and of the gods. It has been heart-breaking to see my family break up, but I can still hold to, and will hold to, my children. I will expect you to hold to yours, also.

A large part of my thinking and mental energy is, and will be, consumed on my interest in the above ideas.

The leaders of the church of my fathers have advised us to be 100%ers instead of 80%ers. I've "maxed" out around 10% to 20%, but I follow quite closely what I do believe in. I will not force my religion on you; I would rather listen and learn, ponder and think, about what you believe. My greatest inspirations have not come from religious leaders or great philosophers. They have come from conversations with good friends.

I am analytical, honest, and loving
What I’m doing with my life
(1) Trying to figure out how I can quit being so damn serious about everything. Judist Priest, look at that "My Self-Summary" that I just wrote. I love to laugh, and if I'm in my car and hear something funny by a DJ, I laugh out loud.

I also sing, pray, and meditate while in my car---if the latter two are possible while listening to BTO, ELO, Van Halen, Beatles, Beach Boys, Led Zep, etc.

(2) I'm writing a book called EVERY MAN HIS OWN PRIEST. It will have a cheap pair of scissors and a bottle of glue attached to the front of it. Ask me why.

(3) I'm dreaming and scheming about creating a Native American Abundance Project. It's a plan to replace the socialist, welfare state of the Native Americans with a thriving, dynamic, market economy. I'm not an altruist, a do-gooder, or a bleeding heart liberal. Gag! I'm doing it out of pure self-interest. I want to become rich as they become rich, and I want to place them in a position where they can give, to this sick nation, a dose of their deep sense of spirituality. I'm not sure we deserve it, but we need it!
I’m really good at
(1) Teaching the concepts and principles of individual
freedom. I am an avid disciple of the late Dr. Milton
Friedman. Yeah, I'm sure that will turn you all, on.

(2) Preparing students for high school and college. Can you
feel the tingles of romance in the air?

(3) I like to cook, but I'm not sure that I'm all that good at it.
I like to cook hash browns and steak for breakfast, for my
kids and company. I fix good Mexican food, too.

(4) I'm good at building the esteem and confidence of the
broken hearted. I'm good at loving and nurturing those
under stress and strain. I'm good at loving people and
healing them with massage and conversation. I'm good at
inspiring people to greater heights and convincing them
that they are gods-in-embryo. I'm good at getting people
to become educated for education sake and I am good at
inspiring people to read, study, think, pray, and ponder.

(5) I'm, also, very good at playing the solitary, or group, game
of "What was you favorite line?" It's a great
"secret-shifter." You, by yourself, or in a group, think of
the funniest line in a movie or a Leno monologue and then
repeat it, in your mind or tell it. It can turn the worst
meeting into some real fun, if you are sitting there bored
and alone. Be careful though, you might start chuckling at
the wrong moment. Don't do it during a prayer.
The first things people usually notice about me
My honesty; my candor.

My ultra-conservative views on economics, the Constitution, and war---once blood has been spilled.

My ultra-liberal views on environment [I am not a follower of Al Bore], civil liberties, and war---before blood has been spilled. War is Hell---get it over with---or don't do it at all.

My mental illness of perfectionism---what a pain in the ass it can be. But I am getting better, much better.

My sincere heart, my warm smile, and my loving eyes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books---The Secret, 101 Ways to Transform Your Life, The Power of Now

Movies---Sound of Music, Anne of Green Gables, Dirty Harry,
Magnum Force, What's UP Doc, The Secret of My Success, Big Trouble, Blind Date, A Man for All Seasons, Word of Honor, and anything that is rated "R" and will bring down the superficial morality ratings of the State of Utah.

"Oh my goodness. He goes to "R"-rated movies." Oh my Hell, he doesn't. He's too damn cheap. He prefers to watch them on satellite.

Music---just about anything with a fun and uplifting rhythm, melody, and harmony. I love some of most types---I don't like all, of any. I like some classical, some fifties and sixties oldies, some classic rock and roll, some heavy metal, most soft rock. I like some country really well---I gag on most of it, especially the twang-twang, I'm-a-hick, hillbilly s__t. The only music I won't listen to is Opera and Rob Zombie/Marilyn Manson anger music---it hurts the soul and weakens the heart.

My mom was from Corpus Christi, Texas, so we ate a lot of Mexican food. It is my favorite. I like steak and potatoes, but I've had to convert to strongly vegetarian meals for health reasons. I love chinese food and shrimp and just about any fish. Typing these answers feels like applying for a job.
The six things I could never do without
(1) My family, my friends, and my neighbor's cat. I thank God for all of them.

(2) The beauty and variety of all of God's plants and animals
---especially the female homo sapiens, sapiens.

(3) My definition of the Celestial Kingdom is "sex, Dr. Pepper,
and C-Span/PBS TV"---in that order. If we enjoy sex as much as we do, can you imagine how much the gods must enjoy it. Good grief!

(4) Intellectual honesty and candor. I could change answers
"2" and "3" above, but then that would be deceptive.

(5) I don't get very many massages, but I can get by without
them. I don't think I could get by without giving them.
It's my way of giving back to the universe and the gods.

(6) My love and appreciation for the gods, God, or higher
power that placed me here with you and others. This life
has been a hoot for me; and, it's getting even better.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
(1) . . . why I talk so much, think so much, and listen so little.

(2) . . . why I would divulge such personal information to total

(3) . . . why I would worry about divulging personal information
to total strangers.

(4) . . . my dreams for my NAAP [Native American Abundance Project] and its potential to change the lives of so many.

(5) . . . my book and my desire---not so much to teach the truth---I'm not sure that I have it---but to teach the reader how to find "some" truth that they might not already have. Then they can teach me.
On a typical Friday night I am
(1) Spending time with my brothers and my children. I give some of my massages on Friday nights.

(2) After spending five eleven-hour days at school and doing four hours of massages, study, video work, or walking---on the other nights---Friday is a nice night to do laundry and slob-out in front of the TV and watch a good movie and be totally irresponsible.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
What the Hell have I not admitted, already?
I’m looking for
  • Straight girls only
  • Ages 36–58
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
. . . you would like to talk to, visit with, and get to know this
crazy libertarian.

I'm really a pretty good guy. Really!

I hope to see you and meet you.