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My self-summary
I'm a very tall, iconoclastic Canadian who has been living in Nihombashi for the past six years. When the economy is good I train bankers in Sales and Presentation Techniques. When the economy is bad (as in now) I teach English or do whatever else that will pay the bills. I do a lot of work as a seminar presenter. I have an on-air background in radio and television as well as years of sales experience. I like to travel, read, go to museums, theatre and cinema and I'm comfortable with my own company. I'm looking for an independent, intellectual woman with both a sense of humour and a sense of the absurd who is sexually adventurous and enjoys time spent together.

I am Passionate, Irreverent, and Nonconformist
What I’m doing with my life
Living the expatriate life in Asia. It sounds a lot better than it is; still, I could be middle-aged and working for IBM!
I’m really good at
... decision making, forming opinions, teaching. It never really occurred to me that I would be an effective seminar presenter. Although I spent years working on-air and in sales I didn't know that I have a talent for identifying strengths and weaknesses in business presentations. And when there's work, it pays really well too!
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm a big guy; 6'4" (193 cm) and about 285 lbs. (130 kg). I have a beard in a land where they're just not that common and I also tend to be rather forthright. Some women from my past have commented that I have strong eyes and a distinctive voice. I can't really say but I did spend several years as a radio announcer and I've done voiceovers.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like spicy food. Ironically, I love Japan but hate Japanese food. Music... Rockabilly, R&B, Doo-Wop, Surf Music, Classic Rock. As for books... Technothrillers, Science Fiction, Romanticism. And finally movies... Nihilistic and morally ambiguous films that explore the human condition and comedies! :-)
The six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
... career and lifestyle choices; do I want to stay in Japan or traipse through SE Asia, write a book or is that such a cliche it groans...
On a typical Friday night I am
At home
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
You're kidding, right?
You should message me if
for some reason or another something I've said here has resonance!