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My self-summary
I'm generous to a fault, literally to my own self detriment at times. I compensate for that by being blunt and assholish at times so as to mask my kindness and compassion. I tend to like animals more than people as their motives are pretty damn obvious. I can't stand most people because they tend to be too self absorbed and can't appreciate the simple beauty of life. Are you different?

Don Hertzfeld - Ah, L'Amour [High Quality] by MillerEsco
What I’m doing with my life
Helping other's and trying to make the world a better place in my own little way.
I’m really good at
I'm multi-talented. I can fix your sink, hem your dress if need be, fix your computer if time permits and still have an decent conversation with you all the while.
The first things people usually notice about me
My eyes. Oh, and the shiny bald head. Some friends told me recently that I also come across as very "stand offish" when people first meet me but, I'm actually not. I really am a nice and decent human being, I swear! :-)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My tastes in music have always leaned more toward the "metal" variety. But, even though that's the bulk of what you'll find in my collection, you also will find The Beatles, The Doors, Tori Amos, hell even some Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip.

Movies, that's all over the place. But, I do have an affinity for, dare I say, "chick flicks." But, you'll never get me to watch those with you -- gotta do that in private to preserve my "manliness."

TV, lately that's been quite a bit of foreign programming. I prefer those because they tend to have a definitive story arch rather than dragging something out endlessly until no one cares anymore. But, of course, The Walking Dead. I have decided yet which is more addictive, the books or the show.

Books, too many to list. Let's talk about it instead.
Six things I could never do without
I actually find this one to be a rather ridiculous and illustrative of our overly materialistic society. Things none of us can do without, food, water, and a safe place to rest our head.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Society as a whole and the insane world we've created for ourselves. I mean, we are supposed to be creatures of some intelligence and yet we fail to use that gift in the least when it comes to our society and daily lives. What troubles me even more is that we have this deep rooted ability for compassion to be used to govern our lives and could be used to make the world a better place. But, most of ignore this baser instinct and instead think only of number one.
On a typical Friday night I am
Putting holes in the walls in my house or tackling some other home remodeling project that has struck my fancy.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
How the hell is it going to be private if I type it into this lil' box?
You should message me if
Lol women don't typically contact men.

I'm honest to a fault and I don't beat around the bush. You can't handle honesty, you won't like me. For that matter, if you're going to be so rude as to not even reply to a polite "hello." At least grow a pair and say you're not interested.

On a final note, if you're not physically active nor take care of yourself physically, it's not going to work. I learned first hand from my father's passing very young the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle - so I try to not walk the path that he did. But, what's the point of getting into a potentially lifelong committed relationship with someone if their lifespan will be so much shorter because they don't make the same effort to take care of themselves.
The two of us