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kryanh1974
46 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Seeking: Female
Smoke: Occasionally smoke
I'm a happy guy. I love to laugh, sing, tell jokes, smile, and enjoy life. I have decent standards in life, but I don't take every little thing so seriously. I like to cook, workout, read, write, race my car, sit on a beach with a cocktail, my job, my dog, and my lovely daughter. I love being a dad, and would have more children if I found the right woman. If you had a life in love with me, you would see me laughing a lot, singing out loud, crying when certain music is played (I love piano concertos by Rachmaninoff, the Gliere Harp Concerto, music by Handel, Bach, Mozart, Camille Saint-Saens), and hugging/kissing you and my daughter a lot. I am outwardly cheerful and affectionate. Most people like me for that reason alone. I like to feel good, and I feel good when I make others feel good. It's like a happy virus! I'm the kind of man who in one moment may be on the phone negotiating a multi-million dollar contract, and in the next moment on my hands and knees scrubbing the floor, or changing my daughter's diaper, or panting a room, or remodeling the kitchen, or installing electronics, or repairing the car. I do many things; I like it that way. If you were in my life, I would often cook meals for you, our friends, and our family. I like to host small parties, making large meals, and seeing people enjoy themselves. I like to make a happy home. Sometimes I feel like I am the traditional "woman" in a relationship! Ha ha! But, hey, this is 2011 almost, so as women have become more like men in the last few decades, what's wrong with men being more like a woman? Hah! That doesn't mean I wear a dress though...:-) Am I perfect? Heck no! Do I fail? Obviously. Does it knock me down, or depress me? No! When I fail, I learn what I can, and move on with a happy life! I consider myself extremely open minded. Philosophically, I am considered an "Objectivist", a follower of Russian philosopher Ayn Rand. Simply put, A=A always. Reality=Reality. Politically, this means I am a "Libertarian", in love with Liberty. People should do as they wish, so long as they do no harm to others. Religiously, I believe there is a God, Creator of all things, but I do not ascribe to any particular religion because there is a lack of "proof". I am the President/part owner of a company that develops large-scale solar power plants. For now, this affords me a fairly flexible schedule (I work from home, and take care of my daughter), and should, if all works out well, provide me with a very good living financially, and possibly an early retirement. This is a start-up company (formed in 2008), and has been a long, hard road to bring it to profitability (part of the reason for Divorce, I hate to say...). I would consider myself romantic and sensitive. I'm no longer interested in the idea of "sex before a meaningful relationship." I seek something deep and meaningful with a woman. It is my sincere pleasure to get to know every little detail about the woman I love, and do what I can to please her on every level. I was married to a Chinese woman before but it didn't work out with her. But, I do have a good knowledge of China, Chinese people, and the language (mandarin), though I am not fluent. I really liked visiting China, and can't wait to do it again! I would love to visit the Indonesia too! Because I am still separated, I am looking for a "friends first" relationship, and then let's see if it develops into romance. Finally, something I know about myself is that when I am in love, I have no problem "sustaining" the energy in a relationship. Some women have told me in my past that once the "newness" is gone, they begin to lose interest. I have never had this problem. When I am in love with a woman I tend to dig deep within her soul to find out who she is and what makes her happy. That "digging" regenerates new interest and new perspectives about her, fostering a greater respect for her, and over time, perpetuates a "spark". It takes effort, but it's such an effort of pleasure!

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