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My self-summary
I had written a long, exhausting summarial-drivel of a biography some-four-odd years ago on this page, but frankly, that'll not do!

My name's Joseph and I'm a transplant from Austin; Austinite born and raised, catch-the 1M down to the drag and end the night with an old Nirvana record wafting the aroma of Lonestar and cigarettes.

I left Austin to see the suburban side of things; and it isn't so bad. Being existential has its own problems and the suburbs are a beautiful place to get your head on straight. It's good in a way to get a way from the pizazz of being an inner-city boy, but life demands sometimes growing up, and living here has done that for me and

Currently I work as a nanny, 2 year old girl and two 7 year old roudy boys. That'll teach ya there's more to yourself in a hot minute!

I'm on here because I don't know anyone here in Grand Prarie/Dallas, and I'd like to make some friends.
Ultimately if things go well, I'd like to see about finding a special girl to give my all to.

I'm a writer but that's espousement in sweeping sardony at life's apparent need to throw one trial after another (hah! With hands to the sky in smiling resignation), I'm a dancer in that I've got rhythym (a rare quality or a lack of confidence? The world may never know) and I'm ultimately thoughtful.

I am at the point in life to make friends for life, and leaving my past to the past, I know how strong I am and I am a survivor.

Ultimately I talk with my hands, give myself to laughter loud enough to turn eyes, and believe in la dolcha vita. As the Sicilians raise their toasts as I, a glass of wine to "Cent Anni!"

I am a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu Austin and by all pretensional titles, am a chef.

I hope to meet some friends out here, message me freely and I'll get back to you!
What I’m doing with my life
Le Cordon Bleu Graduate. United States Army.
I’m really good at
Management.. When the shit hits the fan I am usually the dude giving people directions or dealing with said situation first. I believe in the quote "power is best in the hands of those who do not seek it" or however that goes, anyway.

Listening. I have been told I am a superb listener and that I come from a time when conversations were TWO way streets. I genuinely listen where others pretend and I seek to fulfill and satisfy in every way.
The first things people usually notice about me
I like to dress nicely, guess that might be something; I walk with my head up and that's something I found a rarity. Don't really have the ability to answer this, it's up to the other person.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Anything 'mythopaedic'




• Operatic, Symphonic Metal,
• Thrash Metal
• Folk Metal,
• Operas,
• Classical Music,
• Freestyle/Latin Hip-Hop, Italo Disco
• Industrial Music,
• Trance Music,
• Folk Music, (Turkish, Russian, Saami, et al)
• Accordion Music, (French, Greek, Russian, Czech, German, Ukranian)
• Trance Music, (Electronica)
• Vocal Music, (Singing!)
• Gothic Rock Music, and
• Etheral Wave Music.


• Lola Rennt
• Der Himmel über Berlin
• City of God
• Girl, Interrupted
• The Godfather I
• The Godfather II
• The Godfather III
• My Boy Jack
• Terminator 2
• Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain
• What Dreams May Come
• Beauty and the Beast
• Clerks
• Lévres de Sang
• Avatar
• Gran Torino
• Grave of the Fireflies

• Dune by Frank Herbert
• Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert
• Children of Dune by Frank Herbert
• God Emperor of Dune by Frank Herbert
• Heretics of Dune by Frank Herbert
• Chapterhouse: Dune by Frank Herbert
• La Diva Nicotina by Ian Gately
• Enchiridion of Epictetus by Arrian
• Friday by Robert Heinlein
• Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert Heinlein
• The Prophet Kalil Gibran
• The Elder and Poetic Eddas by Snorri Snorulson
• Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J. K. Rowling
• Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J. K. Rowling
• Harry Potter and the Prison of Azkaban by J. K. Rowling
• Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rowling
• Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J. K. Rowling
• Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J. K. Rowling
• Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling
• TEXAS by James Michener
Six things I could never do without
•1. Continuous readiness to learn and explore.
•2. Rare Moments of Joy that come every Now and Then and reaffirm the good life.
•3. Books - I have one or two going at a time.
•4. Stories - Oral
•5. Linguistic and Cultural Anthropology
•6. Giving yourself to a good laugh.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I try to focus on what I am doing when I am doing it.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out and About! Or not? There's a time to throw the backpack on and hit the street I guess. You just gotta go. Then the're times when you need to be alone, wrap up & take care of yourself. Sometimes I'll even go camping! It's all up to the balance of things.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I was a Barney kid, not a Sesame Street kid.

I grew up on console RPGs and am no foreigner to Pen and Paper.
(Clan Toreador all the way.)
You should message me if
•You like the feeling you get after having a really long, insightful and deep conversation.

•You're a cool gal who's somewhat-confident in yourself, (we all go through shit from time to time) and would like to meet a guy who takes his time and is real.

•Shoot me a message even if you just want a new friend to talk with!
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