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Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
6' 2" (1.88m)
Body Type
Doesn’t have kids
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
UPDATE: No, I'm not Married (never Married) and not in a relationship... And curse all the guys that make "Trust me" a meaningless statement... :-)

So, my life and who I am in a few paragraphs, great. This should be easy. :-P Where to start?

I'd say I'm compassionate, caring, trustworthy, a good listener, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound... I'm often described as being calm under the most difficult situations. I'm passionate in everything I do - work, play, relaxation, or friendships. I'm drama-free and like to keep it that way. No baggage except the one packed for travel... :-)

I love the months of sunshine and doing things outdoors. Not outdoors as in camping (which is fine) but just doing something other than staring at 4 walls all day. Getting out, going for a walk, hanging out at Art and Wine Festivals, going to the beach, anything where fresh air is involved.

I've been blessed in my life and been able to do a fair amount of International travel. Some of my adventures:
-Chocolate in Genève
-Beer and sausage at The Haufbrauhaus in Munich
-Coffee in Paris (I found "French Fries" but couldn't find "French Toast")... :-(
-Local Fromage in southern France (then I got lost driving. Funny asking a Gas Station Attendant for directions in a different language. Ends up being a lot of hand gestures).
-Singapore Sling at Long Bar
-Sushi in Tokyo
-Real Thai food in Phuket (Oh the local fruit is to die for! - except Durian! Tried it, all I can say is it's an acquired taste!!!!!)

Wonder where the next adventure will be?

One of the coolest things about travelling International for me is meeting locals. Sure, I hit the typical touristy spots, but sitting down and talking with a "local" about their culture is far more interesting than just seeing the sites.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Working on my career, self improvement, and crossing off items on my bucket list! I just picked up the Bass, never played before but always wanted to learn. So far I still need to keep my day job.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
My long hair... :-)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Favorite books:
The Cat In The Hat, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Dick And Jane... LOL j/k Pretty much only boring technical books. It makes for great bed time reading, they'll put you to sleep in no time! :-) I tend to do all my reading these days in eSomething format. Don't laugh, sometimes I miss the feel of when books used to be printed on paper... :-D

Recent movies not so much. Is it just me or does it seem like many of today's movies are remakes of earlier hits? What are we up to now for Karate Kid, #8? :-) Favorites of all time? Yeah, I'm into Star Wars - but not to the point I can name every planet. Indian Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean, Airplane, Caddyshack, Breakfast Club, and LoTR to name a few. I can really watch anything, even "chick flix". I'm confident enough in my masculintiy to say I loved The Princess Bride, "INCONCEIVABLE!".

Without a doubt, Big Bang Theory... Hilarious!!!! On the DVR I'm normally catching home remodeling shows, Modern Family, Bones, Burn Notice, Two and a Half Men, and How I Met Your Mother (but i'm 28 episodes behind!!! Please don't be a spoiler!)!!! Live TV if I'm not too backed up on the DVR I'm watching something on TLC, History, Discovery channels.

Pretty much all genres - but R&B, 80's, blues and classic rock top the list. If I had to pick a favorite from each, I'd have to say Marvin Gaye, Depeche Mode, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Bon Jovi (with an extra shout out for 38 Special). Ouch, just realized what used to be fresh new music is now considered classic. :-/ I love live music and there's nothing better than seeing some local band rocking out in some dive bar - great way to spend Saturday night!

I love eating out. Great food and no dishes to clean (OK, does that mean I'm lazy or wise?)... Favorites would be Thai, Mexican, Italian, Indiain, Chinese, Vietnamese, Greek/Mediteranian, Afghan, just about anything really so long as it's yummy. Some of these questions would be easier to answer with, "What don't you like?"... :-)
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Are these material items or....? I'll do both... :-)
1. Technology (unless on vacation, that's a different story!)
2. Coffee
3. Music
4. Job
5. Companionship
6. Trust
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Dining out, hanging out with friends, catching up on shows on the DVR, or maybe a Rock Band / Rocksmith marathon... :-)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I admit I watch Judge Judy daily. Huh? Why Judge Judy I have noooooo idea. I can't honestly answer that other than I have to get my daily dose of Judy.