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DomMale46

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I am single, never married. Looking for the right woman to change that. I am very possessive, and in search of someone who would be happy being that treasured possession. While I am looking for a permanent, long term, TPE with the right woman, any relationship is going to be based on more than just that. I want someone I can get along with and talk to outside of the lifestyle. I like live theater, movies, rock concerts. I have hobbies outside the lifestyle. I am interested in having kids, though I realize the time is running out for that. I have a bachelor's degree, and am a veteran. I enjoy a wide array of conversation topics. I have a wierd sense of humor, you want to hang out with me, you should have one too. Normal sense of humor are also welcome though. I'm not expecting to have someone move in overnight. Building a relationship takes time. That means e-mails, phone conversations, webcamming (non-sexual). It might be possible to meet in person sooner if the distance to travel is not too great. If and when it's time for relocation, arrangements will be made to make the move as smooth as possible. I have plenty of room for personal belongings and stuff in general. I don't do drugs, nor do I smoke. I drink socially. Prefer a companion who is drug free and non-smoker, or working on quitting. Ok, I took the picture myself, my cat has no index finger.... And the second picture is my parrot_wanna_be_cat

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7/24/2012 6:59:07 PM

Was at the Alice Cooper / Iron Maiden show last week. Due to a thunder and lightning show mother nature put on, the human portion of the show was delayed around an hour. 

 

It was my first time seeing Alice Cooper live, and I was not disappointed. Although the show was kind of rushed (storm delay plus show having to be over before 11pm due to local noise laws), he still played an awesome set. School's Out is still one of my favorite songs ever. The fact he added parts of Another Brick in the Wall just made it even better. Costume changes and guillotine act all included. He is out headlining this summer so I recommend seeing his show if you have a chance.

 

This was the 7th Maiden show I have attended since 1985. And it's nice to see Maiden in a truck tour again. The set included songs from their first 9 albums. Nothing newer than Fear of the Dark. Most of the show centered around Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, including the stage set. And seeing Eddie in his Custer incarnation for Run to the Hills was neat.  It was also nice of the band to provide the audience with a way to get dry with their great pyrotechnics and flame throwers.

 

The reason I mention truck tour, for those who aren't aware. The last 2 Maiden tours have been on a modified Boeing 757 that they flew around the world with band, crew and stage set on board. So they had to limit size and weight of the show. The plane was flown by lead vocalist Bruce Dickinson, who was a pilot for Astraeus Airlines. They made a DVD called Flight 666 that revisits the Somewhere Back in Time tour, and explains the entire concept of Ed Force One.

 

 


5/20/2012 9:51:20 AM

Attended the Wierd Al apocalypse tour. A fun show. Had not been to any of his concerts before, though I have been a fan of his music for a few years.


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