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  • Widowed, Man seeking a Woman
  • 85 years old from Providence, RI
  • Logged in: 1 day ago
  • Last Update: 6/10/2013
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I am an articulate, lively, witty, semi-intellectual liberal, an opinion researcher, a former classical musician, skeptical of this medium but who knows? As an interest, some distance behind music, are people watching, and intelligent, open conversation, disciplines from which I made a modest living conducting more than 1,000 focus groups and surveys of diverse populations ranging from plumbers to Ivy League professors. I have two sons and a grandson who is a talented pianist studying in Europe. I have an incurable tendency toward the improper use of semi-colons. I can converse with cats and babies. It would be most gratifying to find a woman who is totally honest, brainy, and witty. It would be helpful if her girth were less than her height. My heroes are J.S. Bach, Franz Schubert, Ted Williams, and Tarzan of The Apes. I am uncertain about whether I am physically attractive, although I was borderline handsome when I was younger and women still look at me furtively in the supermarket. In fact, a rather good-looking woman stalked me through the veggie department some time ago ago but she may have been exercising her peripheral vision. My partner requirements are headed by total honesty followed by brains, wit, and a passion for anything chocolate. The relationship I seek begins with friendship and could progress to something quite meaningful. I care not how deep your emotions run. In fact, the deeper, the better. Oh, yes, if you are looking for money or a weight lifter , I am not your man. All I can offer is honesty, emotional support,. many laughs, and an unshakable sense of decency. My mother was right. I should have taken typing lessons instead of Latin. And you…..? (Highly significant information, gleaned from The New England Journal of Medicine: "Chocolate consumption could hypothetically improve cognitive function not only in individuals but in whole populations. Could there be a correlation between a country's level of chocolate consumption and its total number of Nobel laureates per capita?")

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