lost-soul4u
68 Rochester, NY
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My self-summary
I'm an average semi-retired middle class guy and karma chameleon Seeking a near life experience. I've reached the time in my life when I realize that all lifes smogasbord of potential is about over, and the black hole of non-existence looms; however, prior to that unknown time, I would like to communicate some of what is me to some of what is you, and vice-versa; I will not describe here the every dayness of my being as I am well acquainted with it and seek something new I would like to get to know new people and their points of view because life has always been a great mystery to me it would be a great joy to me if before I exit, I find some reason to resent it or at least recall the smell of fresh baked madeline which reminds me of......

Do not expect clear linear thought proccesses - more stream of Id monster type ramblings through the pan dimensional delusions of the failing mind. Or then again, maybe not.

If this isn't a turn-on, I don't know what is. Brain cells burning out fast. Contact quick before "I" disappear for good. Am I an O.K. person?

I am here, waiting, and open
What I’m doing with my life
Currently trying to save my family history. Saving the world was too much.
I’m really good at
listening.
The first things people usually notice about me
In 3 dimensional space, two objects cannot occupy the same space at the same time. However, in hyper - dimensional space, an infinate number of objects can. physicsts call this a multiversal Mongolian cluster frak.

Actually, people don't notice this about me per se, but I think that it's really really interesting. I was talking about this with Stephen Hawking the other day and he was so taken by my brilliance, he didn't move a muscle the whole time I was speaking.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Non-fiction, sci-fi, history, whatever. Fairly eclectic. (In bold print of course.)

"Finding Jane" over "Knocked up". Although "Borat" is a guilty pleasure. I have seen more recent motion pictures, but short term memory loss makes all things new again.

All except c/w, urban (hip-hop), and, oh hell, anything past 1980.

Mmmm...foood... goood...
The six things I could never do without
Air, water, food, music, "Family Guy", toilet paper, my fantasy love life and soooo much more.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The End Times; also how do African Violets survive in the wild, and what was the best thing before sliced bread anyway?
On a typical Friday night I am
1) Completly punked out from the week and watching mindless TV.

2) Grooming my dog.

3) waiting to hear from you.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm not a real pervert, I only play one in my head.
You should message me if
You're willing to step through an open elevator door without looking first.
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