48Tucson, United States
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My self-summary
I'm a fun, light-hearted guy having fun and enjoying meeting new people. This recent recession has taught me that the only things that really matter are living in the moment, loving the people close to us, and reaching out to those in need. Celebrate life and be kind to everyone! I will only spend time with positive, kind-hearted people. Destroyers and Manipulators need not apply.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm doing my best to seize each day, as it could be the last for any of us. I've been in commercial real estate for eighteen years.

I'm a triathlete & marathon runner (several sprint tri's and Olympic-level tri's each year & usually a marathon or two). I recently finished my first half-Ironman triathlon.

Training for those keeps me in good shape, so I'm always swimming, running, and cycling. I love hiking, and Tucson is such a great place for that.

I love to cook, & I'm good at it. I'm going to take an Indian cooking class when I'm done renovating my kitchen.

I've recently started doing stand-up comedy - there are several open-mic comedy nights around town.

I'm a fashion designer - the Enzo Fabiola line! I've designed four jackets, and I just finished two pairs of pants (satin, zebra-print & red/black fabric I brought from Nigeria).

I'm renovating my house (travertine and slate tile floors now), and rebuilding a '69 Lincoln Continental and a '66 Chevy truck.

I'm writing and recording original music for film soundtracks, my own album, and short films.

I've been acting in films, including The Hangover 3 in Nogales, a local zombie movie, as the manager of a drag queen; and a western shot at Old Tucson Studios. If you're on Youtube, search for "Jonestown Band Billy Got a Knife." That's a music video I'm in.

I write fiction. I'm about 120,000 words into my first novel, and six short stories into a collection. My plan is to self-publish both of these.

I recently started an original comic strip, releasing over 200 strips so far. My goal is to publish a book later this year.

I've been attending Tantric seminars, which is fascinating and sexy.

I've traveled extensively- 22 countries on 6 continents, much of it solo.

I'm a print and runway fashion model, modeling for TV, magazines, and fashion shows. I've also been doing studio work for stock photograph websites.

I've also taken my glamour photography to the next level, shooting female model friends of mine, and helping them build their portfolios.

Other than the sports that I do (triathlons, marathons, hiking, skiing and scuba-diving), I have no interest in sports. You will not find me watching football, basketball, golf or anything else on TV. Ever. I would rather DO and ACCOMPLISH than watch others doing and accomplishing.

Oh yeah - I'm growing out my hair to donate to Locks of Love! (recent revision - I don't think that is going to happen. I like long hair too much to give it up. That was the original idea, though.)
I’m really good at
Swimming and triathlons; writing and recording original music; photography, home improvement, wood-working, traveling solo in foreign countries; foot and back-rubs, acting and modeling, writing realistic science fiction, telling jokes, using my turning signals, grilling fish on the BBQ, and listening and conversation.
The first things people usually notice about me
The parrot on my shoulder.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: self-improvement, travel, architecture, fiction, metaphysics and sci-fi. Lately I've been devouring the Abraham-Hicks books - maybe the most important stuff I've ever read.

Movies: Office Space, Undercover Brother, Black Dynamite, The Matrix, Austin Powers 1-3, Don't Mess With The Zohan, Nacho Libre, and Dark City. Cheezy B-movies from the 1950's, 60's, and 70's. Anything that plays at The Loft. What The #$%&* Do We Know, and The Secret.

Music: funk, rock, jazz, down-tempo, chill-out, house, trance, ambient.

Food: Mexican, Italian, Indian, seafood, fruits and veggies, and a glass of milk. Pretty much anything I make at home - that's my favorite restaurant.

Shows: I don't have cable or get any stations (by choice), so I only see stuff on DVD. Heroes, Californication, Frisky Dingo, My Name Is Earl, Robot Chicken, Futurama.
Six things I could never do without
A comfy bed, my favorite guitar, Carmex, books, a toothbrush, & swimming laps. I assume food, water, and sex are givens in this equation.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How I can get better at deliberately creating my reality. Why people do the things they do. Why I do the things I do. My next home improvement project. My next musical composition. The next plot-line in my novel. Sex. Other peoples' music, novels, or home-improvement projects. What happens when we die. How I can be a better person. Where to go on my next trip. Why people don't use their turning signals, exercise regularly, or capitalize the pronoun "I."
On a typical Friday night I am
...lint-rollering the cat and dog hair off the couch. I'm joking! I do that on Sundays. Fridays, I'm at a movie at The Loft, clubbing on 4th Avenue, or relaxing with a movie, a couch, and a date.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Amazing - most people mis-read this. It says "the most private thing I'll admit;" NOT "the most private thing in my life." So, if it's "I always lose my car keys," or "I don't put the toothpaste cap back on," or "I secretly resent my cat," then so be it. Along those lines, here's mine: I have a shoe fetish. Nothing like a woman in sexy shoes...
You should message me if
You smile and laugh a lot.
You have real eyebrows - not that shaved-off, painted-on weirdness.
You enjoy being outside and you exercise regularly.
You have at least one photo other than a selfie.
You know how to use punctuation and your grammar is good ("your" vs. "you're;" and "their" vs. "there" vs. "they're").
Your written communication is more than just "text-speak."
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