My name is Joe. But my friends call me..... Joe. Notrolls
**Sorry, not dating. Here to develop friendships.**
Hey. If you women want me to take you out to dinner just ask me. I'll say yes. Must be mature enough and be sexually uninhibited. I won't be reliving school dating rituals with you. Sex and orgasms are available but optional. I'm retired, former house mover, now I give them away IF you and your family and friends are willing to do the work required. Its not that hard. I'll teach you how to fund the land etc. There is an opportunity for a host/hostess for podcasts to show people how to do what I teach you. If I contact you and offer you money it's because I read you are going through a rough time. Take it. I ask that you register with PayPal and give me your cell number to make it easy for me to transfer it. I will not call you and more than likely forget I did it. Tom Canavan Cascade, VA.
It may have been last year or the year before but young women somehow couldn't take a selfie without "accidentally" having a dildo prominently displayed in the background.
I'm 51 and in Georgia, but I don't consider myself a Georgian. I've never identified with the state. I joined this site primarily for dating purposes. I was once married, but divorced decades ago, and have no kids. I'd like to find a like-minded woman who complements me, also with no kids, and who wants to start a family. I'm pretty well settled in my own beliefs and generally label myself a steadfast agnostic. I have no interest in a relationship with a theist. I'm fairly shy, introverted, and not hung up on traditions. In other words, I invite you to contact me. :) *** A person who believes that nothing is known or can be known of the existence or nature of God. - https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/agnostic A person who holds the view that any ultimate reality (such as God) is unknown and probably unknowable. - https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/agnostic
You just love opening cans of worms, don't you? :P
Changing my Bio; after being here for a few days. I'm now here for all the intellectual discussions and wonderful people. In my whole life, I have never felt less like a freak then after reading all your posts. Finding people of a similar belief system to me has been a fresh breath of air. Appreciate you all so very much.
I'm building a mystery. Also, I'm a mermaid.
She's way way way too skinny for me, but I love the pose, the expression on her face, the clothes and the bike. Do you know where she got that bike? 😂
I am noticing that depending on my mood at the time how I describe myself changes. So.. basics. Left leaning (heavily) in politics. Divorced father of a 16 year old. Trial lawyer (I've let this profession largely define me, as I totally enjoy what I do for a living) Bookish extrovert who enjoys (too much) islay single malt.
i'm in a flexibly committed, poly/bdsm relationship, sometimes looking for play partners. democratic socialist/liberal, pro-choice, pro-gun reform, pro-equality, raised by hippies.
I just moved here in March of 2018. I love to sing so I go to karaoke quite a bit, but most of the people in my area are conservative and Christian so it's hard to really connect. I hope I make some new friends on here, whether local or not. Feel free to chat me up...I am an open book. :)
Never in public for me. You know what an old woman has been her boobs that a young woman doesn't? A belly button.
Baptised and confirmed as a Catholic . Had doubts about all of it as early as primary school, couldn't square the circle then, can't now, so don't even try. I suppose the absolute clincher, not that there was any doubt, was 9/11. Found Christopher Hitchens a couple of years ago and he articulated, far better than I could, exactly what I thought. I love intellectual discourse on atheism but not silly semantics and points scoring. Essentially each to their own just don't try and impose your beliefs on me or on the unsuspecting or vulnerable. I'm not particularly bothered about the dating aspect nothing I write will mean or alter anything, it will come down to what I look like, a little shallow perhaps but from experience that's all that counts. I may make some friends alone the way but as for a romantic involvement, highly unlikely, I'd like to be proved wrong but that is also highly unlikely. I could write a massive bio but is anybody really interested, if you are then please ask :-) Other than that I'm friendly and chatty so if you fancy a chin wag, from anywhere in the world, give me a shout :-) https://youtu.be/DohRa9lsx0Q
I don't smoke, drink, or do drugs. I think intellectual honesty is sexy. https://youtu.be/MkWb1he1TS4
I personally wouldn't cry out anything. If you go to another country and break that countries laws, then you should suffer their consequences. Don't take your kids to another country if you don't understand their laws. Why is this so hard to get?
I am a skeptical, liberal, adventurous, and rational atheist. My interests include hiking, cycling, mountain biking, movies, piano, science, live theater, and road trips. I will race you and arm wrestle you and lose gracefully every time. I am as serious as Mark Twain and more fun than a box of puppies. My kids are grown and launched. They've turned out great. No grandbabies yet, not even close. The relationship I seek is mutually caring, spontaneous, and romantic. You know... best friends, lovers, you've got my back/I've got yours, and so on. I've had disappointments but I'm not jaded. You don't have be Peter Sagan, but it would be nice if you enjoy an occasional bike ride. And you don't have be Carl Sagan, but intelligence, curiosity about the world, and literacy matter. Am I a Sapiophile? Perhaps, but one does not require an advanced degree be smart and well-read. Autodidacts are sexy! . I didn't think I'd need "rule outs" on my profile, but the sheer volume of messages from married and other not-so-nice men who think they can bully me into changing my stance on certain ethical and political positions says otherwise. Therefore let's make a few things clear right now and, by the way, the following exclusions are immutable: **GO AWAY** if you are married, have a girlfriend, are polyamorous, or believe in astrology and/or Bigfoot. No Tяumpsters, Truthers, Christians, hookup artists, copy-pasters, gun aficionados, consciousness-altering drug users (including WEED), alcoholics, or purveyors of swamp land in Florida. P.s. I am not opposed to light social drinking or cannabis use, but I do not want alcoholics and/or heavy users around me.
How does one widen her aversion to philandering married men, Trump supporters, and alcoholics? Asking for a friend.
Well, here goes.. would like meet someone with the same beliefs as myself. Don't believe in god, and I hate trump. What he and the republicans have done this country is beyond repugnant. On the lighter side of things I believe in bigfoot, aliens and all things paranormal. Love watching ghost shows and different kinds of documantaries as well as Marvel movies. I have an open mind when it comes things like The Secret, binaural beats and subliminals. I think its all positive thinking and putting your intention out in the universe. But i also believe in working hard for what you want. Id like find and meet that someone that likes cuddle and hold hands. Someone that wants grow with me where we can compliment each other. Does he exist? Who know, but I'd like find out! All honesty here, I had a stroke about 9 years ago. Ive got almost all of myself back. My main problem is tiredness due overworking my brain. Im still all there it just takes longer get . 😊 So im quite introverted until you get know me. Ive been a homebody, just raising my son, working part time at a job that I love, but slowly getting back into the social aspect of things. I dont care for the bar scene at all. I like nature and the beaty of the ocean. Okay thats enough about me for now.
Layne Staley had one the greatest voices ever.
I'm very direct, people tend to not like me, I'm ok with that. I would like to meet someone who is honest with others but most importantly, someone who is honest with themselves.
I'm looking mostly for friendship, stimulating conversation, etc., and this site looks like a good place to find like-minded people. I'm open to dating, but not primarily looking for anything in that respect. I generally identify as a non-theist. "Agnostic atheist" is certainly accurate, but I think a lot of people are confused by what those things mean and often bring their own loaded definitions to the conversation. "Non-theist" is a gentler way of saying pretty much the same thing, and doesn't immediately put theists on guard before a conversation has begun. Politically I'm center-left and consider extremist political views (on any side) to be detrimental to a stable society. I support government efforts to promote and protect rights, freedoms, and responsibilities without advocating for identity politics, and I support a government-based social safety net (including social infrastructure such as roads, education, and healthcare). I'm a vegetarian, but I don't mind that others are omnivorous. I don't smoke, and prefer that people I spend time with don't smoke (as the smell tends to give me headaches). I don't drink alcohol or take drugs, but don't mind their moderate consumption by others.
I'm burned out on politics. For me, this is a dead end.
I am a professional artist. I work as a sculptor for film, television and theme parks. I am super creative and I love to build and work with my hands. I occasionally have to travel and sometimes work crazy long hours, because of this my location is flexible. I am intelligent, single, **very liberal**, visual, tactile, stimulating and fun. I am super easygoing and kind. I love art, activism, nature, vintage items and people, I'm into recycling, gardening, plants, animals, camping, concerts, music, and travel. I can cook and bake and I tend to eat very healthy organic food and meals. I am a Mom and a Grandma and my kids and grandkids are grown and successful. I dislike Trump and have little to no interest in Republicans, Conservatives, and believers. I am bored easily with small talk, one word messages, and members looking for hookups. I live with a couple dogs and cats and I just adore other pet people so if you don't also **love dogs** we are probably not a match. I'm looking for a partner, husband, boyfriend or friends. I'd like to connect emotionally with a man who is also creative, has skills and works with his hands, one who shares my political views, my interests, and my values. This part is very important to me. I'm a sucker for romance and I'm open to dating and making new friends both male and female. I'm very happy to be here with like-minded people and grateful that this site exists. I identfy as Sapiosexual. Some visitors didn't understand the term, so I have offered a definition. sa·pi·o·sex·u·al adjective: sapiosexual; adjective: sapio-sexual 1.(of a person) finding intelligence sexually attractive or arousing. "There are many people on this site who are sapiosexual" noun: sapiosexual; plural noun: sapiosexuals; noun: sapio-sexual; plural noun: sapio-sexuals 1.a person who finds intelligence sexually attractive or arousing. "I'm a sapiosexual and I am turned on by big brains, men who use their hands aka creative types.
Those are great! Damn squirrels!
My answers to the first two profile questions below deserve a note of explanation. The uncertainty in my answers is not about my beliefs but about the questions themselves. If the "god" in the question refers to a literal, intelligent, self-aware, supernatural being that created the universe, then my answer is a solid "no". If, on the other hand, the word "god" refers to the entirety of all that exists, or perhaps, a personification of the values that humans hold most dear, then I am happy to be counted among the true believers. I don't have any authority to make declarations about the nature of reality, but it is fair for me to say how it appears to me. I don't believe anything that contradicts well-established science, nor do I feel a need to embellish it with speculation about what could be discovered in the future. I'm content to wait and see or rest with not knowing. I'm not aware of any religious camp that I am in complete sync with, and that includes atheism and agnosticism, as well as theism of the literal sort, though I can see a bit of myself in all of them. My view is that religions and myths are best understood as metaphorical descriptions of human psychology that were written some sixteen hundred years (in the case of Christianity) before science, as we know it, took form. I agree wholeheartedly with atheists who feel a literal interpretation of those myths is destructive, as well as simply being factually incorrect. I can't go with them, however, as far as throwing the baby out with the bathwater. I suspect those traditions were, at the heart of the matter, an effort to codify a method of psychological relief into memorable stories. There is nothing unscientific about using allegory as a mnemonic device. Before we declare it all useless nonsense, let's have a discussion about what some of those symbols might mean in a scientific context. It's not like we have outgrown the need for insightful psychological advice. The ancients didn't have the scientific language or cultural context to describe human nature as we would today, but they were no less keen observers of the human condition. I enjoy sailing, gardening, sculpting, photography, camping, and talking into the wee hours about everything, but especially about personal philosophies. What practices do you use to maintain peace of mind?
Yeah, that’s pretty much how it goes in corporate America. No way to treat human beings.
It's tough living in the Bible belt! Full time dad. Military. I love tacos! From Key West.
I am in Panama City. The Cajum Navy has been a huge help and are distributing food and helping do wellfare checks on people. I think the biggest thing in demand right now are TARPS, as most homes have had major damage to the roofs, if you are looking to help. Also, Bay County School District is also in need of basic supplies for students and teachers. School will resume in about a month. Most schools suffered major damage and could use the basics. Paper, pencils etc.. I'll, see if I can find the link for the school district.
Trying to define yourself with a few sentences is such a weird thing. So, I'll take the easy way out... LIKES- art, hiking, bicycling, buddhist philosophy, mythology, going to thrift stores, meditating, disc golf, and probably other stuff. I was never religious growing up. I "found" Christianity as a young adult. It made sense to me, and I sincerely believed in it, for a while. Life happened, and things changed. I started researching the history of the church and scriptures. Needless to say, I've come to believe other things. I usually don't try to convince any believer to change their thoughts. The universe will do that when the time is right and if the person is ready. All that being said, I've recently "fallen" into buddhism. I know that is probably taboo on this social network, but it's the truth. I don't believe in any of the religious aspects of it. I believe that through inward reflection, all of the answers to life's issues can be found. I think that most people don't realize their full potential.
These are beautiful