I don't have any pictures on this computer, and use a non-internet flip-phone; you'll have to take my word that I'm over six feet, slim, brunette, wear glasses (when I have to), and have green/brown eyes. I'm probably 155 lbs and I wear spenders to allow my hips to breathe in loose pants, and my guts to work. I'm not lonely but I am alone. I just lost my only pod caster I gave a durn about (Alan Watt) so I'm a bit vulnerable (but not too). I live here in Franklinton and work in Oxford, and Raleigh once a week. I love books, mainly non-fiction so's I can learn. If there is a permie female of any age in my area that wants a new friend, I'm your dude. I have few skills, but I can teach about heating with wood, caring for worms, raising fig trees, raising a mastiff, good books and films, being a misanthrope, and etc. Skills are obviously important but secondary to an open mind. I guess it is just that I work and I spend time with myself and I wonder if there is somebody else which God made opposite (equipment-wise) to me that would complement me, and we could learn from each other and give each other some joy in this Fallen world.
I quit drinking a few months ago. Quit pot years ago. I still smoke my hand-rolled cigarettes, which is my final vice. I'm never a teetotaler, and in the right circumstance a toast is necessary, or an introspective pot buzz, as the case may be.
Music: For a while there Van Morrison was my go-to. I had temporarily quit drinking and switched to vanilla ice cream, and I was reading Life of Ramakrishna and blissing out to Van and George Harrison. Other times, drinking lots, listening to War, or watching videotapes (of which I have over a thousand) but I haven't felt the need to watch them since I quit drinking. While other guys developed their skills, I spent years drinking beer and escaping into the dreams of others (the videodrome). Call it coping with personal loss. A few favorite films off-hand: Joe vs. the Volcano, Stay Hungry, They Live, Rollerball, Soylent Green, The Muppet Movie, Godspell, Stranger on my land.
Quit drinking because I finally got the Internet, the stimulant to counter my depressant, and learned of the situation the world is in with the (in my personal opinion) massive hoax virus for the WEF's Great Reset. I always knew this in my belly; I always found social distancing to be inhuman and repugnant, but I recently got Internet and all the evidence besides.
I have a humble bungalow here in Franklinton, and a 25 acre forest with creek in Oxford, and these are the least of what I have to offer. I'm just fishing for a kindred spirit. And obviously, if what You have read above turns you off, there is no need to be mean, and respond with meanness. As Peter Weller said, in the classic film "Buckaroo Bonzai," : You don't have to be mean. Because wherever you go, there you are.
"Things that will destroy man: Politics without principle; pleasure without conscience; wealth without work; knowledge without character; business without morality; science without humanity; worship without sacrifice." -- Mohandas Gandhi
Wow. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Im one year older than you. But totally blown away by what you wrote in your post. And we are totally on the same page about the current state of this world and what exactly is taking place. Im in Wisconsin. Not sure what state your are in? I assume you have a flip phone due to not liking technology and the tracking capabilities of smart phones? Anyway email me and lets chat more.
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