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has2b4u

  • Divorced, Man seeking Woman
  • 59 years old from Tucker, GA
  • Logged in: 49 days ago
  • Last Update: 10/8/2013
Height:
5' 9" (175 cm)
Body Type:
Athletic / Fit
Ethnicity:
African Descent…
Smoking:
Non-Smoker
Drinking:
On occasion
Religion:
Baptist
Education:
Bachelor's Degr…
What I do:
Executive Manag…
Have kids:
1
Wants kids:
No
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READ: Ladies, will you stop assuming my ring is associated with marriage? It's not. My ring is a black onyx. The curiosity of EVE, the jumping to conclusions stigma, and over personified self worth are pullbacks for me with a woman. I am 5' 9" and 200 lbs right now. My eyes are brown and my hair is black. I am told I walk with a swagger. I am an upbeat person. I am a firm believer that if a person is serious about wanting to be in a relationship they will find time for one. I don't have the time or patience for more than one woman. I have been told I am a rare man. I am responsible, stylish at times, and industrious. I am told I am quite funny and can hold my own at a entertainment function of all types, from the expensive charity fundraisers able to converse in most subjects of interest to the surprise of many above the notch celebrities. Here's a few quotes from Maya Angelou. 1) "Have courage to trust love one more time, And always one more time. " 2) "Some people spend lots of moneys on items to go outside the body, but rarely invest $500.00 for knowledge to go inside their head." 3) "The womens revolution has empowered some women to live without love, but I have a problem with a revolution for women that does not include love". Can anybody tell me why Iyanla Vanzant thinks women are out of order? Recent information...as of 04/2013. She stopped short of saying anything about women that would get her tons of disapproval responses, but she had no problem taking a swing at an unemployed boo boo that leaves. Sounded to me like she may have had that experience. While she opened a door needed for discussion, she lost the "bang moment" by driving down "neutral lane" in an effort to neutralize any backlash from women. She missed her moment. Mya Angelou would have delivered. I tend to gravitate towards that easy going type woman who is not caught up on "speaking her mind". She's not easy either. She just tends to understand things a lot of women make a problem of. She just happens to know the difference and a good man can tell this woman when he sees her. Less noise and more love is what most men seek. That is a give and take situation of course. I also tend to shy away from women who sort of demand you recognize who they are, as I am a reasonably intelligent man with a knack for reading "the writing on the wall" on my own,

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