While logged in, click "My Profile" in the top navigation menu and click on "More Options" which makes an array of options available for you to toggle. The third option down from the top is for enabling/disabling comments on your blog posts. If you do not want other users to be able to comment on your blogs, toggle the slider off by clicking on it. You can enable comments again at any time by clicking the toggle again.
Relax. This probably isn't the end of the world.
|I am a||Man|
|From||Rice Lake, Wisconsin, United States|
|Height||6'0" - 6'3" (181-190cm)|
|Education||Some grad school|
|I look for a||woman, 29-46 y.o. any ethnicity for activity partner, friendship, marriage, relationship, romance, casual, travel partner, pen pal|
|Preferable height||5'4" - 5'7" (161-170cm)|
|Preferable body type||Slim|
More about me:
Hi. I'm Rob. I live in an annually frozen wasteland called Wisconsin, and I like it here. There's 4 seasons every year, with cross country skiing all Winter, and on the lake fun all Summer.
I like daiquiri's more than pina coladas, but I regularly get caught in the rain. High quality purple Indica bowls and double bacon cheeseburgers are always a nice time. I take my Chonq dog to do some sort of fun dog-stuff every day. I am a huge Grand Sumo fan (Go Tamawashi!!!).
I'm kind of a Luddite, can be stubborn and moody sometimes; I'm into philosophy, fishing, nature, skiing, good food, long walks, mountains, deserts and beaches. I have less patience with smart people who should know better, but I'm never mean to a waiter who's trying at all, even if they're slow and getting stuff wrong, but if they're just being a dick for no reason, I'm not likely to let it slide. I think great dogs are generally greater than great humans, and that great dogs are more common than moderately decent humans. There does exist a ratio wherein the more amazing a person is (could be as an artist, or just as a brilliant unique individual, or whatever...), the more their crazy crap is tolerable.
Every year I spend in this meatsuit on this planet is easier to get through than the one that preceded it. The Gift of Death awaits us all at the end of our mortal path; my only goal is to amass as many good times as I can before I graciously accept the gift and solve that last mystery for myself (well, that and give birth to a God from my forehead😖).
4 wheeling, Art/Culture, Boating, Books/Reading, Bowling, Boxing, Camping, Cars/Motorcycles, Cinema/Movies, Cooking/Food, Diving, Eating out, Fishing, Goth, Health/Fitness, Hiking, History, Hockey, Home/Landscaping, Horror, Live Shows, Meeting new people, Music, Nature, Pets, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion/Spiritual, Science, Sightseeing, Skiing, Socialising, Sports, Tattoos/Piercings, Travelling, Walking, Wrestling, Writing
About my ideal partner:
A profound capacity to think and love of the truth needs be staring out of a strikingly beautiful woman with a heart of gold (and tragically bad taste in men might help). If this describes you, and you can find the will and a way to get along with me, I'm all yours for the taking. 😍 (Must love great dogs...)
I woke up this morning at 3:30 am and couldn't get back to sleep. I remember when that was how 'woke' was used in a sentence. A little metaphorically, you could say "well that woke me up to ... more
My cat died.
Her name was Marzipan Monkey Kitten. She was 17. She was a good kitty.
Apparently it began in a similar manner to Easter, that is, as The Church filling the need to create a holiday on top of the pre-existing "Pagan" holidays of the solar reality so the "Pagans" would st ... more