Hi thanks for checking out my profile. Well I moved down to San Antonio for my job almost 3 years ago. I work for an aircraft manufacturing company (Boeing) as a mechanic on the 787 Dreamliner. I'm pretty easy going, a bit twisted at times just for good measure and fun, willing to try anything once including under the sheets, somewhat spiritual, looking up during the night and star gazing, and I'm fascinated by the simple things in life. Chasing the wind is in my blood and I'm officially a proud kite geek. I love power kiting or anything wind powered- such as riding my land sailer when I get the chance. Recently I started getting into cycling and I tend to enjoy some competition so I'm always looking for people to bike with.
My favorite other stuff- experimenting with recipes, tex-mex, hot wings, 80's hair band stuff, blues rock, photography, most country, little bit of classical music, lighthouses, beaches aviation, golf , and some running. I'm not much of a TV person honestly unless its, uh... I don't know, um good- so jerry springer is a no go. soccer and football- yeppers!
Turn ons: bikinis, lingerie, sexy running shorts, flirtiness, brains, adventurous types, spirituallity, creativity, spur of the moment types, people who can talk about anything without feeling the need to embarrase the other person. If you can "lol" at a movie such as Team America without being offended then we'd could probably get along, people who enjoy being active outside as well as inside watching TV when the weather sucks.
Turn offs: gossip, stick in mud personallities, TV shows with fake laughter, horn honkers, reckless drivers, tailgators, jerry springer type personallities, casinos, drinking till U puke, smoking, smoky bars, eating with your mouth open, lip smacking while eating, people who tell me that I have to pray a certain way, anime, dragon fantasy stuff, violent rap music (old school hip-hop is OK), violence, people who have lots of tatoos or who have a ton of piercings, grudges.
I enjoy hanging out at chabad but I'm not very religious. I guess it depends on the day what i'm in the mood for during the week anything excluding pork or shellfish, and on friday evenings chances are its a shabbat meal with my friends. Of course i'm always up for some inspiration and occationally try to inspire others by doing a random act of kindness or pray for others or for small groups regardless of the other persons religion as long as we have mutual respect for one another. I consider myself a zionist at heart and love Israel. I try to pray from the heart and so I tend to do better with small groups. I'm fascinated in the concept of energy medicine such as qigong. Most of the time though I'm contemplating what have I done in life thats worthwhile, have I done anything to make G-d proud of me? and what can I do to feel fulfilled inside? whats my destiny and what was it supposed to be? so what about you?