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60 / M / Straight / Single
Sugar Land, Texas
- Last Online
- Today – 10:36am
- 5′ 8″ (1.73m).
- Body Type
- Graduated from college/university
- Artistic / Musical / Writer
- Rather not say
- Doesn’t want kids
- Likes dogs and dislikes cats
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Across a Crowded Room (Rodgers and Hammerstein from South Pacific)
Lucky Man (Emmerson Lake and Palmer)
Hallelujah (Rufus Wainwright's version)
I Don't Remember Loving You (John Conlee)
Runaway Train (Rosanne Cash), and a few others.
TV: Dexter, South Park, Burn Notice
Food; most anything but sushi.
my photographic equipment and computers
my family and friends
my ability to learn things very quickly
my house and ac
Other than that I think about upcoming photographic excursions, my interest in converting photographs to art, and lately; the possibility that I might find a woman to share things with.
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 45–60
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends
I think that comparing answers with "the two of us" is incredibly useful, and tells me more than the profiles. Sure, profiles tell me what you like to do, what your desires are, but the answers to questions tell something about how you think, especially when you elaborate on your answers. How you think is more important to me.
Religion and politics are quite important as well, and I though it would be appropriate for me to express my point of view so you can weigh these factors in deciding if you should contact me or not.
Although I am tolerant of most religions, other than ones that have members that want to destroy this country, I think religion is a personal quest, and though it sounds trite, is something between you and your God. I don't think having the same religious beliefs is necessary for a successful relationship. If, in your profile, the first thing you say is that God is the most important thing to you (which doesn't leave much for us mere mortals?), you feel compelled to declare you are a devout Christian woman at the onset, and the bible is foremost on your reading list, I think "we have issues" which OKCupid so aptly puts it. My dad always said church was the best place to meet women, and if I was devoutly religious, thats were I would start. Aren't there Christian dating sites as well? Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying I'm not a Christian, just that it is possible to make it an obsession, which I don't think is particularly healthy.
Politics is even more of touchy subject. I am a fiscal conservative, though socially I am more of a centrist in that I refuse to align with the dogma of either party, or any dogma for that matter. I think political decisions need to be based on verifiable facts and reason, taking into account consequences that very often only require a study of history. Voting a particular way because it makes you feel good and not what is best for society has proven very costly indeed.
Now that we have this stuff out of the way, and you still want to contact me, be my guest!