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35 M Oconomowoc, WI

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Apr 22
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
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Has a kid

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My self-summary
I'm known as dad and also Spiderman, according to my daughter anyway. When I am not out utilizing my wicked awesome webslingers (again, my daughter) you can find me most likely working around the house. I have lived the wild party days, which were interesting, don't get me wrong, and I have lived the always Mr. Reliable/always at home days (now). I guess what I am looking for is some sort of balance between the two.

A drill instructor once told me I looked like a rock. Now did he mean like some sort of lava rock that isn't all that appealing or a finely polished Kessler diamond? Who knows... He then proceeded to say that he was going to line the entire platoon up in alphabetical order and kick each one of us in the throat. Marine drill instructors, so caring!

Why am I here? Well, like others maybe your and my world will somehow collide and a true match is discovered. Will it happen....who knows but I am an optimist so let's let it roll.
What I’m doing with my life
Working. Would like to travel more but now my travel consists of venturing out to CT for business. Nothing against CT, but it does get old.
I’m really good at
Fixing just about anything around the house, making a fire and rationalizing on the fly.
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably my ability to adapt to whatever situation we are faced with a calm demeanor or my humor.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The John Sandford series (crime dramas) and Proofiness when it comes to books.
The six things I could never do without
1. Hearing "I love you dad"
2. The outdoors
3. Passion
4. Common sense
5. A good beer
6. Campfire
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I have a Ford F150 super crew truck and on a whim decide to stop by a local dealership to talk to them about possibly trading it in for an upgrade. After test driving a new truck I hand my keys over and let them take mine for a spin to make sure everything is good.

The sales guy comes back to me afterward and says 'you sure there is nothing wrong with your truck? It stalled on our technician'. Me, being shocked, reply that I have had no issues other than the brakes that were fixed a day prior and have no idea what they were talking about.

We eventually do not see eye to eye on the value of my truck and part ways. Low and behold on my short drive home, it stalls on me and cannot finish the trip.

So I have been spending some time pondering 'is there a worst time that your vehicle could act up on you then when a dealership is test driving it in order to put a number on a trade in value?'

Ahhh, life can be so interesting at times!

Also thinking about getting a yellow lab, to be updated......
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 27–38
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating