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like NFL’s Chris Cooley:
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Something Exciting for this Evening or Weekend w/ Handsome EU Guy?…
European, Caucasian, 6′ 2″, 200 lbs, light brown hair, green eyes and very athletic looking.
Interests: The Arts & Architecture, History, Western philosophy, current affairs, finance, science, geography, …..good talks.
Enjoy going to museums, theaters, parks, nature and animals, classical music, traveling, Mediterranean cuisine but open to other flavors …
Location: Brand new to Brooklyn!
I’ve found that some of the most difficult life moments occur in those quiet nighttime hours before bed- when the mind runs where it will, without distraction, and forces reflection (often self criticism) on our day, our life, and the shape things take.
One way I’ve learned to cope with obsessive and anxious nighttime thoughts is to watch a film– and in that escape or fantasy, I have learned to allow myself complete happiness and containment, even if it’s only for two hours.
Last night I watched Fanny and Alexander, Ingmar Bergman’s 1982 homage to his early 20th Century childhood. The film was intended to be and was Bergman’s last. He is my favorite director and as usual his story centers on family, existentialism, love, death, materialism, class and gender role struggle, the destruction of traditional marriage, etc… all from the vantage point of himself as a child and as an elderly director at the end of a long career.
On Friday evening you stopped by my apartment asking if we wanted a reduction in our energy bill. One of my roommates had to go get our coned info and you told me and my friend (who is straight) that we looked pretty fly. You also said we smelled good. You seemed like you were flirting? Maybe I was just high? Maybe you were too? Read the rest of this entry »
Today Mr. T turns 57! Happy Birthday Mr. T! Now that I revisit you I think you might have a mental illness but that’s beside the point… I thought I’d use yr b-day as an opportunity to share one of your greatest contributions to pop culture- and one of my favorite songs: Treat Your Mother Right!