43 Goderich, Ontario, CA
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My self-summary
This part seems redundant since I filled out all the other sections first, but I'll give it a go. I cheated a bit and read a bunch of self-summaries from other guys to get some ideas, but that didn't help.

I'm a realist, it sounds more optimistic than pessimist; I am here, after-all, to attract.

I went to school, spent a big chunk of life doing that, up until my late 30's actually. Dabbled in all sorts of different areas of study, usually leaving more confused and further behind than when I started, but education is never lost.

I've travelled a bit, mostly on one continent, the one we live on, mostly the west coast of USA, been to Mexico, but just resorts, which I imagine don't give me much of the mexican experience. Visited Europe in my youth, lived a bit in Japan. I've sadly seen very little of Canada, with exception of a cross country drive from Ontario to BC. I'd like to head east to the maritimes this summer.

Pretty set in my ways, I see cranky old fart being an adjective used frequently in my future. That's not entirely true. I've got a sense of humor, mostly dark and witty, but it could be an attribute worth having while serving out my last days at Sea Breezes retirement home on the Florida Gulf coast.

My passions, not all encompassing, are cars and carpentry. How fortunate they both start with the letter C, not that it has any significance. I love anything Porsche. Cars are interesting, I spend a lot of my free time studying cars and the people that drive them, I feel a persons car can tell a lot about their personality. That said, it's unlikely I'd be compatible with a person who drives a BMW, unless it was built prior to 1992 or is a F650GS motorcycle; chances are not good either if you drive a Prius. And if you don't know what any of those are, then, you, me, issues.
What I’m doing with my life
I think I'm moving forward emotionally, financially, and biologically, so all is good. Perhaps I could do without the bio part, but alas, that's part of the ride.
I’m really good at
Using power tools. Building things. Making straight lines in the grass with the lawnmower. Saving spiders from needlessly being smushed. Listening to people talk endlessly about themselves.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm male. Or that I'm a big jerk.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Bio's, business, mystery's.

Movies. The Big Chill, Laurel Canyon, Waking Ned Devine, Kill Bill, It's Kind of a Funny Story, The Hours, Annie Hall, Capote

Music. Ruby, by The First Editions (Kenny Rogers)

Food. Chocolate
The six things I could never do without
Want A
Want B
Want C
Want D
Want E
Want F
I spend a lot of time thinking about
... why people use the handbrake when parking on a flat surface.
On a typical Friday night I am
remembering that the next day is Saturday. What can you do on Friday night that you couldn't have done on Thursday night?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I wouldn't want to belong to any club that would have me as a member.
You should message me if
... you're Jewish, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Eminem, fluent in Urdu, or just cause you are captivated by my nonsensical ways.