51 Kenosha, United States
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My self-summary
For some reason I'm not sure about, I want to bring up my first job.
As a kid in high school I would go work at the auto junk-yard till dark. I really had the time of my life back then.
I met the best and worse kind of people, I had to be street smart and live on the ragged edge of the law dealing in cars, wheels, and such stuff, stolen or not, it would come through our place and we were able to digest and manage the straight and honest sales as was as the shady ones. I gained a lot of knowledge, skill, and a strong work ethic because I continued to work there even after High school. I really enjoyed the hard work of fetching parts in the yard in all kinds of weather, laying in the mud or snow to dissect those cars, lots of times M'Gyvering a solution to free that part out of the car without the right tools. I will tell you about the [wig] incident if we have a date, it's a whole other story...
Sometimes I drive past the empty lot where that yard use to be. Back in it's day that place was a growing and thriving business and I was really happy with myself to know that I was a cog in the wheel making success of the place. But like life often goes, things fell apart, people parted ways and now its only a memory, but it did steer me in the right direction for success in my current work.
What I’m doing with my life
I have three favorite bars that I go hang out a night or two a week, other than that things have been lil bit blaw for a while. I did recently buy a place north of Greenbay to use for snowmobiling, fishing, and getting away though.
I’m really good at
Scrubbing pots and pans
The first things people usually notice about me
My Goodness How can a person be SO damn bald, they ask themself
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Used Cars, CaddyShack, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Blues Brother's, Trains planes and Automobiles.

kraut pierogi
The six things I could never do without
Quonset pizza
cheese pierogi
kraut pierogi
blt sandwich
tap beer
potato pierogi ;-)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I was inspired by my Grandfather, he was completely blind for most of his life, and yet he created the most amazing things with his bare hands in his machine shop, with the lights turned off for God sake's. He had great skill's, and I looked to him for advice. I think about the day's I would go over there, walk in the unlocked backdoor, I would hear a drill press running downstairs. I step down, turn on a light, and I would see smoke rolling out of the shop and he was in the dark making parts like a pro. He comes to my mind daily.
On a typical Friday night I am
home sick from to much pierogi
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Oh no, I not telling the Wig story till we have a date.
You should message me if
If you care to share conversation with a little honesty, feeling, and goofiness then please do.