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My self-summary
I'm a 35-year-old male looking for a woman for dating, with an eye towards long-term if things go well enough. She doesn't have to like everything that I do, but I hope we can find common ground on something or other. I enjoy going to the movies, or watching them at home. I love going to concerts and other live events. I like talking about many subjects, whether important or silly.

Even though I am not really a bar person, I love performing karaoke in them. I like to think I'm pretty good, but I may be only kidding myself. :)

What kind of woman would I like to meet? Someone who can have fun whether in a raucous environment or a calm one. Someone who appreciates a true gentleman like me, and doesn't want to take advantage of my good nature. I'm looking for someone who can be happy both going out and being social or having a quiet evening at home.

I am the kind of man that will treat you like a lady, and apreciate you for who you really are. I have been told I have a great sense of humor, but I guess I will let you be the judge of that.

I am intelligent, witty, and a karaoke machine
I’m really good at

Being a good friend
The first things people usually notice about me
Some of the first things people notice about me are my sense of humor, my eyes, and my large vocabulary.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music is very important to me. I love listening to music and seeing it be preformed on stage. I have quite a large music collection. Some of my favorite acts and albums...

Neil Young: Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, On the Beach, Tonight's the Night, Rust Never Sleeps, Sleeps with Angels, Live at Fillmore East

Led Zeppelin: III, IV, Houses of the Holy, Presence, How the West Was Won

Allman Brothers: Live at Fillmore East, Brothers & Sisters, Hittin' the Note, assorted Instant Live CDs

Miles Davis: Bitches Brew, Dark Magus, Agharta

John Coltrane: Live at the Village Vanguard, My Favorite Things, Giant Steps

Mahavishnu Orchestra: The Inner Mounting Flame, Birds of Fire

Tony Williams Lifetime: Emergency!, Turn It Over

White Stripes: White Blood Cells, Elephant

Gov't Mule: Life Before Insanity, Live... with a Little Help From Our Friends,

Johnny Cash: At Folsom Prison, At San Quentin, At Madison Square Garden, Unchained

Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run, Live at Hammersmith Odeon 1975

Wilco: A Ghost is Born, Kicking Television, Sky Blue Sky

Grateful Dead: Dick's Picks Vol. IV, Vol. VIII, Workingman's Dead

Bob Dylan: Live 1966

Some great concerts I've seen...

Jimmy Page/Robert Plant 3/25/95 at Pittsburgh Civic Arena. As close as I'll ever get to seeing Zeppelin, I imagine.

Neil Young 9/3/96 at Star Lake Amphitheatre. Incredible intensity, ripping the strings from the guitar during Like a Hurricane

Allman Brothers Band 7/25/00 at Riverbend Music Center. Phenomenal interplay between Derek Trucks and Jimmy Herring. Taking music way beyond its borders.

Neil Young 8/28/00 at Riverbend. Different backing band, but still capable of flights of fancy.

Phil Lesh and Friends 11/10/01 at the Palace Theatre, Louisville. Tremendous jamming from start to finish.

Robert Randolph and the Family Band 2/21/05 at Jillian's, Louisville. Maybe the most energetic rock/funk/soul group I've ever seen.

White Stripes 9/11/05 at Cincinnati Music Hall. My God, Jack White's guitar playing...

Allman Brothers Band 9/27/05 at Knoxville Civic Auditorium. A lengthy show, great playing, great contribution from special guest Jack Pearson

Gov't Mule 12/3/05 at Taft Theatre, Cincinnati. Heavy blues/rock at its best.

Phil Lesh and Friends 7/18/06 at Palace Theatre. Different friends, including Joan Osbourne, but still a terrific result.

Wilco 9/21/07 at Slugger Field, Louisville. Tasteful playing, from gentle coutryesque songs to raging rockers.

Gov't Mule 10/27/07 at Madison Theatre, Covington. See above. :) Great guest appearance by opening act Grace Potter.

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss 4/19/08 at Palace Theatre. A fascinating exploration into American music, and what has sprung from it. The roots of her bluegrass stylings as well as the roots of Zeppelin's acoustic material.

Raconteurs 6/10/08 at National City Pavilion, Cincinnati. The heaviness pours from the guitars, the vocals. They don't seem to play THAT differently than what is on their records, and yet, it seems to be more meaningful in person. Leaden songs on record are brought to life live.

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals 12/14/08 at 20th Century Theatre, Cincinnati. The future of women in rock plays a hard-hitting set. I'm lucky to see her before she starts headlining stadiums.

The Bonnaroo Festival, 6/13-16/09 from Manchester, TN. Dynamic sets by multiple acts, including Phish, Bruce Springsteen, Grace Potter, Gov't Mule, Snoop Dogg, Al Green, the Beastie Boys.

Robert Randolph and the Family Band 6/28/09 at Fraze Pavilion in Kettering, OH. See eariler entry. :) Does including a stunning instrumental version of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean.

I love to read, and also have a large book collection. Some of the books in my collection are:

Footfall by Larry Niven

Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons

The Areas of My Expertise by John Hodgman

Killing Yourself to Live: 85% of a True Story by Chuck Klosterman

Bootleg: The Rise And Fall Of The Secret Recording Industry by Clinton Heylin

I watch a lot of movies, both in the theater and at home. This is another area where I have a large collection. Some of my favorites, old and new...

The Dark Knight
Seven Samurai
The Last Waltz
Monterey Pop
Star Wars (original trilogy)
Star Trek II
Bride of Frankenstein
Horror of Dracula
The Wicker Man (70's version!!!)
Pulp Fiction
Hard Boiled
The Killer
This is Spinal Tap
Monty Python and the Holy Grail

There's a bunch of others, but I don't have all night here. :)

I enjoy a lot of different types of food. The ones I seem to enjoy the most are pizza, Chinese, Mexican, and Indian. I do enjoy a good steak every now and again.
On a typical Friday night I am
Well due to an unusual work schedule that rotates, I never know for sure. So if I am not at work I am most likely out with my friends doing any number of thing. This could include things such as going to Karaoke, concerts, going out to eat, the movies, hanging out at the bookstore, or even relaxing at home.
You should message me if
You like to be treated like a lady. Enjoy men with a good sense of humor. Or you just want to.
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