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- Member since: 06/25/11
- Last active: More than a week ago
- Age: 61
- First location: San Francisco, California, United States
- Second location: Chicago, Illinois, United States
- Travel location: Lahaina, Hawaii, United States
- Relationship Status: Single
- Looking for: Friends, Dating or Relationship, Hookup, Training Buddies, Online Chat
My Stats and Info
- Build: Beefy
- Height: 6' 6''
- Weight: 240 lbs
- Waist: 38 inches
- Chest: 48 inches
- Arms: 17 inches
- Hair color: Salt and Pepper
- Eye color: Blue
- Ethnicity: White
- My gym:
- Weight training: 3 times per week
60 minutes per session
- Cardio training: 7 times per week
90 minutes per session
- Sports I like: Basketball, Boxing, Cycling, Football (American), Golf, Hiking, Hockey, Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Rowing, Sailing, Skating, Skiing, Snowboarding, Surfing, Swimming, Volleyball, Water polo, Weight training
- Other sports I like: Many of these sports I participate in but many I am just fan.
- HIV status: HIV -
- Safer sex?: Always
imagine a very low percentage of you will read this but it makes me feel good to vent a bit. Personally, it's never bothered me when someone is not attracted to me, yes, it's disappointing at times, but it's human nature. The issue I have is with you men over 45 and especially those that are long in the tooth, that lack simple human decency and courtesy to say thanks for a compliment.
This is a legit question. There are some unbelievably handsome men in here, but do you guys truly ride through life just offering up a great looking body with no lights on upstairs?
I just find it amazingly hard to believe so many men in our age sector that are great looking and have no respect for the next guy. Human kindness has nothing to do with romance or sexuality. It kind of makes this gay all-inclusive and unification ideology basically a load of shit in reality. Don't you think? I guess if treating the next guy as non-existent works for you, congrats.
I have very defined goals: professionally, personally, and, most importantly, certain criteria in ,hopefully, finding another life partner (more on that subject later). So, good men, I have no time or inclinations for protracted-sophomoric crap from immature gay boys.
Professionally speaking, I have decided to throw my energies into an Environmental Management specialization. I have chosen to be an environmental lawyer for a second career, and adding learning Mandarin Chinese for future globalization.
I have a great passion for our present and future ambient environment in which we live. We can do nothing about the past but we can protect today and tomorrow environmentally.
My speciality will be in the area of energy and the atmosphere, along with other issues, in attempting to aid in solving the world energy problems today and as they come into fruition for future generations.
In example: If flying into LAX or crossing the GW Bridge into the " Big Apple" doesn't tell you something about our skies today: Can you imagine ten years from now. Plus, enough with these cookie-cutter MacMansions and fucking golf courses. Okay, you have the point of reference.
I am a very goal oriented fellow but that is not to say I dislike having fun. I just believe work and play belong in their proper perspectives.
Notwithstanding, I will now try and attempt to explain more of my personal hopes and desires for down the road.
I am a man's man, do not live my life in the gay box (stole that line), a man who, most definitely, has a very low threshold for a lot of gay affectations, palaver and outright bullshit. As I mentioned, I do indeed enjoy a good time but I am no longer a kid, do not wear the lampshade any longer and I act like an adult. I am not going to do endless texting, protracted email snippets and endlessly discuss my sexual proclivities like a 15 y/o teenage high school boy.
If I approach you and you are, one of the good guys, capable of discourse, then pick up the phone and let's have an intelligent conversation. A few minutes will tell the tale and does not cost a dime. If you look like a man and small like a man: then act like a man.
Also, to you 40-50-something men, grow up and get past all the beer busts and hanging in all the bars as your basic form of entertainment. There is nothing wrong with either and partying but there is a limit, especially, after 48. Moreover, there is nothing wrong with being an adult, getting dressed up, going to the Peninsula Hotel bar for drinks and to a four star restaurant for dinner as a change of pace.
Okay, having cleared up some basic housecleaning: I'm a masculine man by nature seeking another masculine man, I prefer a "caucasian man", who lives his life fully in the whole world, gay and straight, and who writes his own definition of himself.
I was in an 18 year LTR until his passing from brain cancer. I have healed from that loss. I am now ready to share my life intimately with another man and have the proven experience and ability to emotionally commit.
I do hope to find, "that special one." Life is a wonderful and a treasured gift, and it should be shared. It is all about the little things, that bring it all together. Like brushing your teeth, sitting in a warm bath together at the end of the day reading the paper, discussing each other's day, and helping out each other if something went badly for one of us that day. It's the whole picture: cleaning house, shopping, paying the bills, and even who gets the toilet cleaning job that week.
I am a constant optimist. I take charge of my life by embracing my responsibility for it. Although I am a private man, I discuss my matters with one person whom I trust, weigh what he tells me, but, ultimately, make my own decisions in the end. However, with a partner you make many of those decisions in consort with each other, and that is very important in a partnership, along with constant communication, trust and always mutual respect.
A few additional personal thoughts about finding someone who's smile I want to wake up to everyday. "I have come to expect nothing from gay men," and that is very sad to say and admit, but it's just the simple truth from my experience and some very key disappointments. I want much more than sex. That said, I do find myself serendipitously overwhelmed when a good guy comes along.
I am drawn to intelligent, big-hearted guys who have a deep wellspring of spirit, and have a most engaging and inviting smile. I like guys who enjoy sports, the gym, long bike rides, the great outdoors, manly-guy things and many other things as well: I'd love to hear your ideas or suggestions.
I am a 6'6" man who played NCAA Pac 8 football at a prominent California university and played in one Rose Bowl game. I have a B.A., M.S., MBA and a PhD. I love who I am and have a big heart to offer someone. I will give the shirt off my back and will love, honor and respect someone who is so inclined to want to be loved by me.
I will conclude by saying, "I am a pretty simple guy, low maintenance, and VERY grounded in reality." I look forward to hearing from some of you and hope that we can meet on common ground. Be well and take care. Thank you.
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