But wait before you proclaim the "I love sushi!" thing... I have to admit I’m a bit annoyed with the unconscious thought of most women here. How many times on profiles I read that "sushi" statement. Only to notice that their so called favorite JP restaurant is owned by a Korean or Chinese guy, using Chinese style rice to cut overhead costs and increase his profit margin charging you top dollar? Pretending to be Japanese. As he knows most Sacramentans are clueless in regards to telling Asians apart. It's a cultural scam guys.
This is the same lack of consciousness when I hear girls talking about a sale at some store. Yet alone the item they're talking about is made in China the same country that's hell bent on dragging our nation into Economic collapse! And of course the lame excuse "but everything's made from China" again it points that your clueless about economics especially global commerce. It seems woman here don't give a damm about things unless they're directly related to their immediate lives or have some image appeal. Scary....
And since we're talking about disclosure. lol Why is it that on every profile I read girls stating that they're fun and sarcastic? 7 out of 10 woman profiles start off with “I’m first, nice, next love to laugh (who doesn't? wow you actually have to mention you enjoy laughing? (@_@) ) then the I'm sarcastic pops up? Do woman in Sacramento actually believe that's a charm point? wtf!? Hmm Code for I’m a bitch pretending to be nice.
In Japan they have a saying "Sarcasm from a grown woman is the mark of an immature child that hasn't grown up yet!" Hmm, Looking at how many American girls make the statement "I'm sarcastic and fun" perhaps this is a good indicator as to why most of the woman here are divorced or have kids. Small hint here... professional men have no time for sarcasm.
Jesus christ maybe I should keep to the Mayumi’s, and Takahashi’s and get back on the plane. LOL Thank god I still have my place there.
Lived in Northern Thailand N.E. of Chiang Mai toward the Laos border on an Econ Development project for 8 months. Seeing the distinct cultures the Thai, Laos, Cambodian was amazing. I would deff say it's they that hold the temple within. They seem focused on a person’s center/core who you are as a person. With that very natural, very solid. Happy to be who they naturally are and seem to be of a higher core or deeper more transcendent spiritual center.
I see sub groups of those regions here in Sacramento and they're playing the status quote game of association while at the same time excluding. Interesting to see...
Actually I'm writing a second book that explains these in detail so others can wake up a Valley girl accent does not mean they hold US values.
Never been married no kids. To be honest, in Japan, I had to avoid it. I wanted to marry a patriot but now coming home and seeing the gross disconnect and BS of idealism, Oh i'm the victim I need my safe space crap woman project here. I see now why the lesbian movement is so huge and men have lost complete interest. Hmm…No wonder guys aren’t marrying. Lol Never really walked though the factors like that before.
So yes I'm Bi-racial, Black & white 4th generation on both sides. German and Black if you need specifics. A patriot to the core! Dad was Special Forces and I went to military school as a youth.
My personality type liberal and tolerant but at the same time as you can tell frank. I’m an optimist, not a pessimist. Color of eyes hazel green all the men in my family have the mark. No artificial contacts or any of that fake stuff made the old fashioned way DNA. Body type athletic.
Points of enjoyment are yoga twice a week, sitting / meditation, reading ( Econ, Business Dev, management, global issues & trends. Bio’s are ok, but it’s got to be practical). I'm into any and all water activities diving, kayaking, polo with old team members. I was a volunteer search & rescue dive team member during college. The training was amazing but getting a call at 3 am to drag some poor guy out of his submerged car, not a highlight. Gym 3 days a week, and playing ice hockey once a week up at Roseville and love Jujitsu and other combat arts.
I'm a professional with very limited time. I tend to match woman that are not from Sacramento and multi-lingual. Sacramento seems to breed a culture of ultra-conservatism based. I have zero time for smallness not to mention a global perspective is a must in this time of age.
Diversity and balance are a necessity for me non-negotiable. Abroad the guys I hang with were Canadian, Aussies, Turkish, a few Brits here and there, Kiwi's (N. Zealanders), German and Saudi's. Circles always need to be balanced.
All I can say is that time and time again life has proven to me that we all share much more common ground than different ground. Having beers at a table with guys that couldn't be more different to you in every way at first glance. But taking the time to discover those hidden treasures of common ground that bind you as brother. Priceless…
So, who am I looking for now that I'm back home? As you can see i'm not going for quantity. lol I'm more of a niche market kind of a guy. She'll be a woman of maturity which means purged of ego and smallness. Level minded, global in perspective or at least open to things of difference. More than likely a woman raised outside of California / abroad and just so happened to end up in Sacramento. With that does not hang out with other girls very often. Lol
Looks are not a priority, your inner core is. Yes for most guys they are…but from the above you can see I'm not "most guys".
Such a woman sees value in all spirits and builds vs cuts and destroys. The seat of humanity if you will. Fiber and core, are what speak to me...Point being I'm trying to prolong my life, not shorten it.
If you think you’re such a woman?
Feverishly trying to finish the book I'm writing about the economic power shift and military issues between the United States, JP and China. 290 down just a few more to go!
* Modern Technology (PC, iPhone, com networks)
* Those that touch & fill my spirit
* Long night drives
* Coffee Houses
* Global Cultures of the World (Magica!)
* Have interests in International Commerce / Business / Cultures
* Passionate about life, enjoy discovering and trying new things