rayd824
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Rutherford
New Jersey, USA
2,826 mi from you
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They tell me I don't look my age; I don't feel it either. I'm looking to meet nice people, make some friends and maybe even some w/benefits. I'm a "good" guy and take pride in the fact that I make friends easily and I'm very caring and compassionate. One of the biggest disagreements I have with my wife is that she nags me about being too generous and caring about people including our own kids. I'm a good listener and pretty adept at problem solving, however also very able to separate the BS from reality. That's some of the good stuff: The bad news is that I am of average endowment i.e.; I'm not a "hung" stud, but I've never had any complaints. Besides, I'm more into love making as in kissing, touching and oral (giving and receiving). I'm a bit of a hygiene nut and require the same. If you want to meet, have lunch, dinner, coffee or a drink and get acquainted, drop me a line or if you can't email, send me a tickle and I promise I will respond. If your interest is just to play games and engage in a cyber romance, I'm really not interested. I will send a picture before we meet up. Talk to you soon.... I hope. If not, good luck to you in finding whatever it is you're looking for on this site.
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Married-Horny but, respectful
They say all the good ones are married. Probably true to some extent, especially in today's society. Been married a long time. Little sexual attraction, however she is a good person and the mother of my kids who are all grown with their own families. I guess that the moral is; if you can't respect the people closest to you, you'll never respect anyone, including yourself.
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Wednesday, March 24, 2010
I hear from people who seem interested in connecting and when I respond, it ends there. I'm not taking it personally, but wonder why people write and then don't follow through. My profile is as honest as it's going to get; granted I don't post my photo and the reason for that should be obvious. I'm not ugly, over-weight, disfigured in any way and would be happy to send a picture to anyone who seems sincere, but I don't want my I.D. splattered all over the internet. Some of the photos I view are really turn-offs, but I respect those people for having the nerve to do so.   
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Be Nice!
Sunday, February 28, 2010
It amazes me to see how some people treat others in today's society. I'm a true believer that most people are decent, caring and compassionate, however I've witnessed a deterioration in peoples manners towards others over the years. Have you been to the supermarket lately and as the clerk is checking you out they never greet you, look at you and looks away as they pass you your change and receipt. Stopped to yield to a pedestrian crossing the street and the knucklehead in back of you impatiently blows his horn?  Maybe I'm over-sensitive because I always try to be polite and courteous to everyone I come in contact with. I really get annoyed with people who are rude to waitress' and waiters (I eat out often). I'd like to hear some stories about experiences in this regard. Please understand that I'm not a glass half empty kind of guy; quite the opposite.  There are still a lot of good decent people out there also; my friends daughter got a flat tire while driving in Manhattan the other day and when she pulled to the curb  a doorman at an exclusive NY Hotel changed the tire for her and refused a tip. One further note; As I've traveled through the Country extensively, I find the problem to be more prevalent in the Northeast than in the rest of the Country. Am I wrong?
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