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  • Ages 18-100
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Last online
Nov 1
6' 4" (1.93m)
Might want kids
My self-summary
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Always great to meet new people. Anywhere, local or otherwise.
What I’m doing with my life
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Creative arts and teaching. Trying to be aspiring, imaginative, inspiring, and productive, while hoping it makes for a better world.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
The first things people usually notice about me
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no, really. please.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Though it can be just dandy, whether someone likes a film or song or something else I like isn't crucial. I am curious what they like. I think I sometimes surprise people with how disconnected I can be from certain parts of, even moreso from certain people in, popular culture. Off the top of my head, though, I like anything Stanley Kubrick, Howard Armstrong, The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat, the homemade coconut lime sorbet with strawberries and fresh mint at Ashmont Grill is the best ever, and really good pumpkin pie. But I've got very few unequivocal favorites or 'bests.' A friend and I once decided to try and pick the 'best' pop music melody of the 20th century. After months we finally chose one, and whereas the discussions were lively, funny, and even revealed a lot about us, it became this knockout-dragout thing, the decision itself unnecessarily agonizing. 'Bests' are overrated, and it seems America is really hung up on them.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
A while back I moved from a 3-bedroom with full basement and full attic into a temporary place that has neither. 2 U-Haul truck trips to Goodwill, several Craigslist sales, a driveway full of items marked 'free', and a big pile of curbside trash later, I discovered I could do without a whole lot. Utterly liberating. I want to do it again. I suppose a toothbrush.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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amazing to me how so many people don't want to answer this question. oh well.
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Your message is well-intentioned .. Your sense of humor banks toward dry, but can veer wild and absurd .. You're optimistic .. You sing / play / write / design / direct / paint / sculpt / animate / broadcast / sew or tailor / are otherwise creative, but don't overdo the ever-popular tortured artist vibe (I navigate okc for possible collaborators / projects) .. You teach .. You don't do any of the aforementioned things but are open-minded, non-judgmental and like meeting people who are different from you .. You have more questions than answers .. You don't think the way to engage someone with a different political viewpoint is to try to condescend to, insult, or infantilize (I'm speaking generally — not hinting that I have some strange affiliation) .. You think the world is haywire but find much of it hilarious, and have stories about it .. You have a lot of patience, compassion, and empathy .. You like stuff.

If you write I'll respond, but apologize in advance that I can sometimes be slow. I'm not here a lot, but will make an effort to correspond. I prefer e-mail, and won't ever IM you without prior e-mail correspondence. Also, it may appear I'm here when I'm not. I can forget to sign off, or my phone seems to keep me logged on even when I sign off. If you IM me and I don't respond, it's probably the same — either presently not at my computer or forgot to sign off or my IM is turned off or .. I am not a rude boy. If I do see your IM but can't talk at that moment, I will respond to let you know. See? Not rude!

Please though.. Absolutely no 101-year-olds. OKCupid understands this, and I can't imagine you wouldn't too.