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Fayetteville AR, USA
  • Male
  • 64 years old
  • 5' 11" tall
  • About average
  • Light Brown hair - Hazel eyes
  • White / Caucasian
  • Non-Smoker
  • Health / Medical / Dental / Veterinary (occupation)
  • $35,001 to $50,000 (income)
  • Looking for: Marriage, Serious Relationship, Friendship
  • Divorced
  • Has 1 child
  • Christian (religion)
  • pet: Dogs

A little about me...
What can I say ? I'm just a average man that has let the time slip by, thinking that I could always find someone. I wish that I could have those years back but that's impossible. I'm very romantic and have average likes and dislikes, no far fetched dreams that could never be attained. I just don't want to be alone anymore. I could say anything here in this space, lie like a rug, tell you what you want to hear. The only real way to get to know someone, take a chance, meet for coffee or dinner, see for ourselves. It's just a matter of taking that chance, a great risk to find someone to grow old with, perhaps even a soulmate. I don't live in the past but I do remember growing up in the 1960's, everything was so much simpler then, you could understand the music and $10 could fill your gas tank.
I've made 2 mistakes so far and really don't want to make another but I'm trying anyway. Anyone feel as I do ? Perhaps this really is "Our Time".
Interests: Photography, 1950-1960';s Oldies, Movies, Basketball, Bowling, Aviation and HP to Weight Ratios.

About the one I'm looking for...
Someone with the same outlook as me.
I would like to meet someone who is as serious as I am about the future. I don't want to be just your Tuesday "Dinner Date".
I don't care if you are a millionairess or eating out of a dumpster. Just have a honest and true heart and not be afraid to take my arm or hold hands while walking or especially sitting in a movie. Think of Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston's "It Takes Two". I want to do things the right way so please don't misunderstand when I say that I'm still active (I'm not one of those guys that need to carry viagra around in a Pez dispenser, intimacy has to mean something to me) and I'm looking for the same in a woman. I just can't go through another realtionship / marriage where foreplay is two hours of begging. I hope you can understand and forgive me for being blunt. Maybe you have experienced something similar although I hope not.

I'd just like to add...
This "on line" dating thing is big business, you've seen all the commercials on TV. I've found that most ladies want to find a doctor or lawyer for their $9.95 per month. I'm sorry but THEY DON'T HUNT HERE. I don't have that "mega" income but in my favor I am not in a relationship with my pager or going steady with a answering service and I am definitely never "on call".
Like I said, I'm just an average man with a lot of love to share. You will share in everything that I am or ever will be; take a chance, if not with me then with someone else.
If we meet and you decide that you want to see me again ... well, listen to the oldie "Tell Him" by the Exciters (Jamica, Queens, NYC 1962)
Don't leave me or any guy guessing, I don't feel that's fair and more suited to the consequence of a "prom" date. Please, don't be here to play the galactically stupid dating game, I assure you that I'm not. "It's Late", right ? So, .. "That's All You Gotta Do"
(Brush up on your "Oldies" to break some ice and let's have some fun)

Yes, I'm from NYC, collect "Oldies", own my own home and a "Muscle Car" (My only vice) and have a unique, fun, dry type sense of humor..hope you respond, thanks for reading.