43Missoula, United States
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My self-summary
I'm an army of one. I've spent way too much time having to do it myself by myself. I'm now over education and under qualified for most jobs. I'm a quick study if I can get my hands dirty. I take very little for granted.
What I’m doing with my life
I dropped out of high school to build a boat with My father. The plan was to charter it in the Caribbean. That was the father son project from hell. Ended with me living in a half done boat while he took his new family to England. Next i got a BA in computer science and physics (that's right a bachelors of art in physics ) while managing my father business in property management. Well then I found out what my degree was worth. But at least I met my wife. And I still dont think I couldpass an English class. My intention was to go into automation. After A year in grad school and six months in the basement, doing IT, I decided to become a pilot. I have worked about seven years as a flight instructor pay sucked and I Didn't like airlines so I tried cropdusting and had a bad season and some rotten luck. I ended up working as a welder making Brewing equipment. Wife needed some time to think so she moved back to Montana for grad school. after 6 months wanted me back. Easy decision. She is the best thing in my life. Now I work with ski patrol. And work on fixing a fixer-upper. We have no real plan after she is done but My unsolicited advice is that people have intrinsic value, soles, and things don't.
I’m really good at
So you like bad boys. Well I'm bad at everything (joke) let's see. keeping things real. Although understating is also a passion. I think it's something that both pilots and nurses have in common. I like it straightforward and honest although diplomacy is a real turn on.
The first things people usually notice about me
I laugh at my own jokes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
let's do this by lyric or quote.

"You came in that thing? You're braver than I thought."
"is that The logical thing to do? No it is the human thing to do"
"my brains your bronze and his steel again 60 man and you think a little head jiggles going to make me happy"
"Where did he learn to negotiate like that"
"What we lack in intelligence we make up for in good intentions"
"Because you're the best of what's left"
"I like the Austrian way better"

"I was waiting on a moment but that moment never came. All the million other moments just simply past away. "
"Forsaking love we seek the signs that are forever held behind the static on the radio"
"Than your nipples get hard and you start start dancing a whole Nother kind away"
"Try and disappear but there is only one way out of here"
"It's the simple things that make you smile"
"Some people claim that there's a woman to blame. But I know it's my own dam falt."
"And I fear I have nothing to give."
Six things I could never do without
plumbing. now don't get me wrong I like to camp too but after the first night I start thinking of how I could make some sort of running hot water happen. that and how to make primitive tools and start fires is what makes camping fun.

skin. not only would we be a mess without it but I love skin. soft smooth healthy skin.

Emotional intimacy and affection. We are such Funny monkeys.

feedback. no really, go make out with a bag of rice or try and debate with a brick. ask a tree for dating advice. look to a chair for a loving embrace. send resumes... Be a married guy on Okc.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The human condition. The question of "freedom from vs. freedom to". lately the overwhelming number of misogynistic assholes both historical and current. And I'm a little afraid to be confused with one.
How to create a forgiving environment. Common sense is gained when you can make mistakes and recover.
sustainable living. i have learned that farming is hard.
automation. automation is the key to doing a lot of work without doing a lot of work.
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm an introvert and self-employed. So it's pretty low-key around here. But ideally exercise, build something, make out, eat good food, get knackered take a hot tub then pass out. Wash rinse and repeat. You're welcome to join me for any of these... Or all of these.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My wife is bi. It’s one of the things started us down the path of looking for more partners. She is always trying to hide it for fear it will make things awkward. I think it’s hard for both of us to open up to someone that doesn’t have an invested interest but I think this is why people have kids. Anyway we both crave more feminine intimacy. My fantasy is to be valued and surrounded by empowered sexually liberated women.
You should message me if
I’m sick off doing it by myself. What I'm looking for are single women looking for a long term committed stable relationships. I’m not looking for a side dish or a replacement. I’m looking for a partner. Life is a team sport. Someone that can see it might be nice to have a husband and a wife. I feel like this is a choose your own adventure. The plan so far is to have more love and companionship and less stress and loneliness.
The two of us