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46 year old man
New York, New York, United States

Seeking:
women 35-46
Within:
49 Miles of Bayonne, New Jersey, United States
Relationship:
Never Married
Have kids:
No
Want kids:
Definitely
Ethnicity:
Pacific Islander, White / Caucasian
Body type:
A few extra pounds
Height:
5'11" (180cms)
Faith:
Spiritual but not religious
Smoke:
No Way
Drink:
Social Drinker

 

ABOUT HIM & WHO HE'S LOOKING FOR

Thanks for visiting my profile - it's not as long as you think.

It wasn't the intent, but I was raised with the spirit of Aloha. To most, Aloha is "hello" and "goodbye" in Hawaiian. It's much more than that.

Aloha teaches that you are your own universe. It's a sustainable view, because if your action produces an undesirable result, you have the power to change the action to get a better result. This is why for those of you who read my last profile (soup-snortingly hilarious and revealing), this one is much different; I wasn't getting the result I wanted previously, so it was time for a change.

I met people on Match who were vain, ignorant and lazy... who didn't respect anyone else and lied to my face. This needed to change.

One of the taboo things to write in a profile is how you would take someone to task if you don't agree with their viewpoint. For example, it baffles me how some people put waiters on a pedestal - immune from scrutiny - just because they deliver your food. It's a job like any other job; if you don't know what you're doing or don't know the product or customer well, you shouldn't be in that job... or you should take training to improve. Yes, I have been a waiter and no, I don't believe in sharing tips with fellow waiters. Cooks get tips, but I've never needed a bus person.

I learned from my travels to respect other cultures and people. I've befriended those who wonder why Americans travel to far-off lands to do charity work. They see the news; they know we need it here as much or more than they do, yet this seems to be a feather in our cap... something to be proud of... when it should be an embarrassment. One of the fundamental lessons I learned is to get your own house in order before you go criticizing or "helping" someone else's. Our house is a mess and we are looked upon as fools for thinking we know better than the rest of the world.

I've also learned, whether it be from snipers/gunmen trying to shoot me on occasion or from being the singularity in a crowd with an unpopular viewpoint how to take care of myself, be rational and to be aware. As a result, I'm a good motivator and I can depend on my mediation skills. I'm quick on my mental feet, but know when to put them up for a rest, too.

That said, I don't ask people to do something I'm not willing to do myself. I'm first in line if it means an opportunity to teach others. I'm the first to help, but also the first to let someone stand on their own. We coddle too much nowadays.

I'm not cool and never claimed to be. I'm not the guy who was the most popular in school, but I played every sport. I suck at serving in the two times I've played tennis. I wasn't the guy who made the headlines for being an exceptional athlete, even though I was the best in the world at five Olympic sports and had the records to prove it. Politics and favoritism doomed me then and to some extent, still does. What remains from that time? One hell of a lot of physical and psychological stamina, but no regrets or animosity.

I don't like blowing my own trumpet, so if it sounds like I am... I apologize. I'm really not like that. You'll recognize in the first moments you meet me that I'm different in that way.

When my father was 37, he and my mother already had 7 children; I have none at 46. Although our paths mirrored each other's in some ways, my sense of responsibility to the ones I love is identical. I had to share with six older siblings, but I never saw it as a disadvantage for a moment. I give more than I take... and I don't take much because I don't need much. I don't need much because I do most everything by myself, but there are times when I need someone equally as strong to be a teammate... or just someone to share with. I have plenty to share with the right woman and she might even possess the same internal fire and motivation.

I'm trying to find you...

Interests:
Camping, Coffee and conversation, Cooking, Dining out, Gardening/Landscaping, Hobbies and crafts, Movies/Videos, Museums and art, Music and concerts, Exploring new areas, Performing arts, Playing cards, Playing sports, Travel/Sightseeing, Volunteering, Wine tasting
Sports & exercise:
Auto racing / Motorcross, Billiards / Pool, Bowling, Cycling, Golf, Skiing, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis / Racquet sports, Walking / Hiking, Other types of exercise, VolleyBall
Exercise habits:
I exercise 1-2 times per week
Pets:
I'll tell you later
Political views:
Some other viewpoint
Sign:
Taurus
College:
University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
For fun:

I'm the guy who loves snow, cold, rain, wind or heat (damn hot). I like storms. Prefer windows to A/C. :)

Favorite hot spots:

Define 'hot spot'.
Each season makes us appreciate it and the others. I'm partial to winter, which is a Canadian trait. There's a little bit of Canadian in everyone (I hope).
I don't know where I'm traveling to next... any suggestions?

Favorite things:

Soccer! They're not really things at all, but experiences... some of which include being in the rain (you can watch me from inside and laugh).

I also enjoy bonfires at night, but I recently found out you can't have them anywhere you'd like (joke).

Last read:

Wait! I have more favorite things: being under my comforters with one foot sticking out. People who spell correctly (exceptions apply).

Massages (who could forget massages?).

Sorry - no room left for 'what I've read'.

ABOUT... HIM HIS DATE
APPEARANCE:
Height:
5'11" (180cms)
4'6" (137cms) to 5'11" (180cms)
Body type:
A few extra pounds
Slender, About average, Curvy, Athletic and toned, A few extra pounds
Eyes:
Hazel
Black, Blue, Brown, Grey, Green, Hazel
Hair:
Dark brown
Auburn / Red, Black, Light brown, Dark brown, Blonde, Salt and pepper, Dark blonde, Platinum
   
LIFESTYLE:
Smoke:
No Way
No Way, Occasionally, Cigar aficionado, Yes, but trying to quit
Drink:
Social Drinker
Never, Social Drinker, Moderately
Occupation:
Self-Employed / Entrepreneur
No preference

I love doing what I do, but I don't consider it work. I am self-employed and am finding more time for meeee! Sure, you can ask me what I do. Be prepared for a long answer. ;)

It might be better if we just talk about this in person?

Income:
$150,001+
No preference
Relationship:
Never Married
Never Married, Widow / Widower, Currently Separated, Divorced
Have kids:
No
No
Want kids:
Definitely
Definitely, Someday, Not sure
   
BACKGROUND/VALUES:
Ethnicity:
Pacific Islander, White / Caucasian
Asian, Latino / Hispanic, Pacific Islander, White / Caucasian, Other

I'm 1/4 Hawaiian, 3/4 Canadian, 1/3 funny and 1/5 of me likes confusing people using uncommon denominators.

More than the sum of the parts, you might say. ;)

Faith:
Spiritual but not religious
No preference

Without religion, you're left with reality. I live in reality.

Being kind to others and doing good things isn't exclusive to people who are religious.

Languages:
English
Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Education:
Bachelors degree
No preference

Part-everything! Biochemist (UVic), engineer, mechanic, psychologist, electrician, plumber (minus the butt crack), picture-hanger, etc. I haven't listed what I actually do for work, but it's fun and usually involves some of the above.

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