ChadAllan45
71 Strasburg, United States
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My self-summary
Thanks for taking time to visit my profile. I’ve been told that
I’m a good friend and citizen with a pragmatic approach to
life. In an effort to reduce boredom I will confine my summary
to the following pertinent information:
I’m blessed with good health
I’ve been divorced for 11+ years
I own and live in a condo development
My children are adults and live independently
My career was in banking functioning as a commercial lender
I’m a centrist politically
I describe my religious beliefs as spiritual

I suggest that reading my matching answers will provide a
better idea of my thoughts, beliefs and values than writing a
thesis here. If my answer(s) seems absurd, it’s because I
deemed the question to be absurd and exercised my
inner-child.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm not a fanatic, but find time for aerobic exercise (biking)
several days a week (resistance training when the weather
doesn’t cooperate and I am motivated). It's a quality of life
issue.
Additionally, I attend weekly group meetings with other
retirees to socialize and discuss everything from the weather
to who shot John. Finally, occasional dating consists of dining
out, movies, concerts, sporting events, etc.
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I’m really good at
Problem solving and playing devil's advocate.
The first things people usually notice about me
My shaved head, blue eyes and opinions about everything (Not to worry; I allow others to maintain their own opinions and believe that sometimes we must agree to disagree).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Book: Catch 22 by Joseph Heller
Movie: A Man for All Seasons
Show: News Room (unfortunately cancelled)
Music: Oldies, especially anything by The Eagles
Food: Steak and Pasta
The six things I could never do without
My values are pretty old-school, so I think it better to list things I COULD do without:
1. Effete pseudo intellectual snobs who are so self-absorbed they believe dissenters to their opinion(s) to be inferior.
2. Politicians; the end does not justify the means.
3. Yellow journalism; just provide the facts (not opinion) and let the audience come to its own conclusion.
4. Celebrities who use their notoriety as a forum to promote
opinions when they have no better understanding of an issue than their audience.
5. Lack of integrity
6. Society's compulsion for instantaneous communication of trivial information (texting, Twitter, Facebook, etc.).
7. Reality TV; it bears no resemblance to real life.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The irony in the pervasive and casual use of the term “racist”
toward anyone with a dissenting opinion, which in itself is often
racist by definition.
On a typical Friday night I am
Socializing, stress testing my TV remote and/or rediscovering the
merits of the product of a fully matured blue agave plant
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I feel as if I’m a social dinosaur.
You should message me if
You have similar interests/values/concerns
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