A little about myself, not much to tell...After serving 3 tours in Viet Nam I returned home to pursue a career as an astronaut. Unfortunately I had to disappoint NASA and put my passion on hold when the CIA recruited me to head up a covert BS-sniffing unit that weeds out the insincere around the world in the name of truth. After that I was drafted by my hometown Chicago Bears and played center linebacker on the '85 Superbowl team. Since then I've started wars, made peace, woke up at dawn only to spend the next day in bed, went way too fast on motorcycles, worked hard, procrastinated, ate healthy one day then had 3 Big Macs the next, laughed, cried, loved, pushed the wrong ones out and let the wrong ones in, listened to a lot of the same songs over and over again, read a lot of books, lost it all, got it back then almost lost it all again.
Look, I'm happy, healthy, resourceful, old enough to know what's right but young enough not to choose it, I'm lucky enough to have great friends and family, I'm poetic, I have soul, haven't been convicted of a felony or been diagnosed with a mental disorder (yet)...and I get to wake up in Paradise every single day! Most importantly, I know everything about every 80's movie/song ever written. We can yap about the other stuff later....like where I am in life, what I'm looking for, yada, yada....let's go have some fun first.
All I'm missing these days is a partner in crime...I'm just looking to meet someone cool, we can take it from there. In the mean time I'm happy to answer questions...but if its about my tax returns or where I was last night you will have to speak to my attorney.
P.S. - To all those women on this site who for some reason think 35 is some magical cutoff age - as if we wake up on our 36th birthday jaded, tired, out of touch and out of shape - you may want to re-visit that strategy, for many of us the mind and body are much better now than they were in our early 30s.