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My self-summary
The Tao that can be spoken of is not the true Tao, but here goes...

Someone with whom I could make music would be awesome. I am also eager to teach anyone who wants to learn the joy of the electric guitar.

I am an individual. I think critically, and for myself. I think TV is mostly brainwashing for homogenization.

I'm quick to laugh (I already have a laugh line) and make others laugh. I think it's very important to be able to laugh at oneself. You might say I'm easily amused, and I think that's a good thing.

List of things I love: you, the electric guitar, love, hearing new points of view and ideas, basically anything outdoors, hard labor with groovy results, playing and seeing and hearing music, studying any and all religions, gardening, children, the elderly, people in between, animals of all shapes and sizes, farms, growth, blossoming, complexity, simplicity, transformation, metamorphosis, science, tasteful/artistic potty humor, puns, wordplay, lyricism, hydroponics, cuddling, massages, reading, writing, playing golf, tennis, badminton, basketball, volleyball, other sports, chess, pool, enjoying, tree-climbing, exploring, walks in forests, hiking, camping, learning, mycology, philology, living life, etc. I'm practically always calm. "Life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting, my friends." I believe in loving everyone, even if we don't like everyone, as we are all family. People who love the least need love the most, so go easy on them. Music festivals have heavily influenced my life. I've been to 20-30 of them. I am not big on isms, but I do consider myself a feminist in word and deed. The sexual imbalance here is a shared problem and we must share the effort and responsibility for a solution. I'd like to hear about you much more than I like to talk about myself.
What I’m doing with my life
Starting a fem-rock band in homage to the wonderful effect certain women have had on my life. Tentative set-list: 1. W-O-M-A-N by Johnny Cash 2. Man Smart Women Smarter as covered by the Grateful Dead 3. Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison 4. I Can't Quit You Babe as covered by Led Zeppelin 5. I'm a King Bee as covered by The Grateful Dead 6. It's a Man's World by James Brown 6. Woman is a Devil by The Doors 7. Woman is the Nigger of the World by John Lennon 8. Try a Little Tenderness by Otis Redding 9. El Paso as covered by the Grateful Dead. I am open to song suggestions. I am also solving musical mysteries, and beginning to market my baller invention and method for electric guitar. "No one ever got rich working nine to five." I'm also on a mission to convince classical guitarists to detach themselves from their primitive acoustic instruments and go electric, as there are many unsung benefits to doing so.
I’m really good at
Electric guitar.
Being kind.
Finding the bright side.
Hula hooping.
Pleasing women (not just physically). Making people laugh.

I am also pretty good at using logic, analogies, diplomacy, metaphors, and parables, communicating, making peaceful resolutions out of conflict, and saying nice things about others (and apparently about myself as well).
The first things people usually notice about me
My deep voice or my height usually. Or my "kind eyes". Or my sweaters/clothing, which occasionally border on outlandish. I can and will dress like a square when I need to.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything about economics, Nature, animals, science, philosophy, or good characters is good for me. Most recently I've read Shelley's Frankenstein, My Uncle Oswald by Roahld Dahl, The Complete Sherlock Holmes by Doyle, Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Economic Harmonies by Frederic Bastiat, Liberalism in the Classical Tradition by Ludwig von Mises and Thomas Paine's Common Sense. Walden is my favorite book ever. The Law comes in a close second.

Current book/books: The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross by Allegro, The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevky

I take self-education about as seriously as anything, though I am generally not a severe or serious person.

Movies: Ones that don't suck. The Big Lebowski.

Shows: South Park.

Music: Anything with soul. Bluegrass, folk, classical, jazz, old country, funk, and a select few hip-hop and rock and roll artists. Probably other kinds that I have forgotten. I like to see local live music even if it isn't very good. Support the local arts! I'm a Deadhead, but not the dredlock dirty hippie nomad kind. I do enjoy those people's company though. A very small few of my favorite artists would be The Doors, The Clash, Jerry Garcia, Pink Floyd, Zeppelin, Simon and Garfunkel, The Beatles, Janis Joplin, Beverly Kenney, Tommy Emmanuel, Itzhak Perlman, Vladimir Gorbach, Boris Berezovsky, Arlo Guthrie, Woody Guthrie, and the list goes on and on and on.

Classical Composers: Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Stravinsky, Tarrega, and of course the more famous names that I don't even need to mention.

Food: No meat or dairy obtained via cruelty. Anything from my garden. Eat what you want. I won't preach.
The six things I could never do without
Six? Pshh.

Love, music, food, air, water, heat, humor, vibration, subatomic particles/waveforms/wavenonforms/energy, artistic expression, an electric guitar and amp, calligraphy pens, paper, my imagination, language and linguistic aptitude, silence, disobedience, my conscience.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to simplify and improve music and hydroponics.
Whether Jesus was a magic mushroom. Seriously.
Things that Lao Tzu said, or wrote, or whatever, and Chuang Tzu, and Osho.
Things that Terence McKenna and Alan Watts and Thoreau and Bastiat have said/written.
"Your face."
"That's what she said."
"Why did 'Your Face' and 'That's what she said' and 'Derp' take so long to happen? They would have been funny hundreds of years ago."
"Is the earth our only home, to be protected? Or is it a sort of giant test tube, to be discarded after synthesis is complete?"
"Why am I not living in the woods?"
"I'm ready."- Spongebob
"I was born ready"-Unknown
"Why do I never see any midgets on here? Are they that rare or do they have their own dating site?"
"It is something to paint a particular picture, or to carve a statue, and so make a few objects beautiful; but it is far more glorious to paint and curve the very atmosphere and medium through which we look. To affect the quality of the day, that is the highest of the arts."-Thoreau
"Real gangsta-ass niggas don't flex nuts, cuz real gangsta-ass niggas know they got'em"
"Yeah, well, that's just like, your opinion, man."
"What is peace and where can I get me some?"
"Is this really real?"
"What IS that THING?"
"Are we there yet?"
"When will we get there?"
"What do you mean we're already there? This doesn't look like my preconception of 'there'."
"How do you know? We'll see."
"Why can't I get paid to read whatever I want?"
"Does this dress make me look fat? How about gay?"
"Hakuna Matata" a.k.a. "Fuck it."
"What IS electricity?"
"How do magnets work?"
"There's more to the picture than meets the eye."
"Nothing is fucked here, Dude."
"You're being very unDude."
"I'm just an old chunk of coal, but I'm gonna be a diamond someday."
"I'm just a caterpillar now, but I'm gonna be a butterfly someday."
On a typical Friday night I am
Breathing in various places.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I am shallow and vain. Any suggestions on how to remedy this are most welcome.

I've taken shirtless selfies in the mirror.

I scored "Scumbag" on the brutally honest personality test and was actually bothered by it. You take it and try to do better.

I scored 6.5-7 inches on the penis size test, but it's really 7.25.

I have no private thoughts or secrets really. Ask and I will answer fully.
You should message me if
You are a lover and not a fighter. Unless you're fighting for love.

You're an artist/musician/singer/writer.

You read a lot.

You need a therapist/counselor/ear/shoulder.

Do not if:
Your pictures have you holding your phone and pointing it at a mirror with your hand on your hip and making a kiss face.

You could not care less about grammar or spelling. (I can kind of understand the "your/you're" problem that people have, but I weep for humanity when I see an "are" where an "our" is supposed to be.)

You feel you need makeup to look good on a daily basis.

Your username has mami, bella, hot, or baby/babii in it.

You still pledge allegiance to the flag.

You can't accept/ entertain/ wrap your head around the fact that countries are giant cults.