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Gender MALE
Industry Consulting
Occupation Philosopher
Location Principality of Sealand
Introduction Of what little money I have managed to make so far, surely 90% has been spent on old cars and new motorcycles. Alas, the rest I seem to have wasted...
Interests Cars, Motorcycles, Dogs, History, Religion and philosophy, Airships, Music, Old School BMX, Radio, Surfing, Transportation toys, Political science, Model cars, Architecture, Interior design, Nostalgia, Tulsa history.
Favorite Movies American Graffiti, The Quiet Man, Un Homme et Femme, Vanishing Point, [especially the remake] To Catch A Thief, Grand Prix, LeMans, The Great Escape, Beach Blanket Bingo, Animal House, Back To School, On Any Sunday, The Bachelor and the Bobbysoxer, Tall in the Saddle, Bikini Beach, Cannonball Run, Gumball Rally, early James Bond, Cars, The Pink Panther series, and yeah I admit it -, An Affair to Remember ...
Favorite Music Celtic - traditional- CeltRock- PaddyPunk or whatever Celtic sounds you got!, baroque pop, 60's pop and rock, anything Beach Boys, Progrock, Yacht rock, Bluegrass, Surf, Hillbilly, Classical, Spanic Boys, Southern Gospel, Baroque, 70s mellow rock, anything with bagpipes, Jazz, 80's New Wave, Big Band, Chamber Music, most anything EXCEPT r&b or disco or rap - which isnt music anyway -or soul. Or motown.
Favorite Books The Bible, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, One Off, A Study in Pyramidology, Atlas Shrugged, Cannonball, The Greatest Love Story Never Told, 1984, The Immortal 2.9, The Light and the Glory, The Greatest Discovery of Our Age, Justin Martyr's Works, The Tao of Pooh, The Drama of the Lost Disciples, In Plain Sight, The Mouse and the Motorcycle, Plato's works - notably the Theory of Forms, the Republic and the Death of Socrates, Monkey Butt!, The Traditions of Glastonbury, The Fingerprint of God, That Certain Sound, The Outsiders, and Too many car and motorcycle books to list .

You have a red jar of cedar chips. Why do moths miss the forest?

Because they cant see the trees