About DLizze
Biography

civil engineer, professional theater and big band musician, and totally new to fiction writing. While an undergrad student, had several articles published in international scholarly journals in geology and in history, but have never published any fictional material. Well - except on here, obviously. Not looking to "hookup" or for relationships. Just looking to interact with other aspiring writers. Oh, and gratuituous online sex - did I mention that? (grin....no, make that .... leer)

Name:
DLizze
Sex:
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Age:
71
Sign:
Libra
Relationship Status:
Single
Orientation:
Bi-curious
Location:
Maryland, United States
Interests:
hydraulics and hydrology (particularly the characteristics and forces involved in movement of surface water); clocks and clock repair; collectible (mostly British) automobiles; 17th and 18th century New England artifacts and history; and - this last probably goes without saying - sex in all its manifestations :-)
Favorite Books:
USA, by John Dos Passos; Superstoe, byWilliam Borden; Trout Fishing In America, by Richard Brautigan; Ulysses, by James Joyce; The Clock Winder, by Anne Tyler; Republic, by Plato; My Life on the Mississippi, by Mark Twain; Beyond The 100th Meridian, by Wallace Stenger; Time Enough For Love, by Robert A Heinlein; MY Secret Garden, by Nancy Friday; and tons of others
Favorite Authors:
It is easier to name least favorite authors than it is to name my favorites. I hated Fenimore Cooper - I found him bombastic and overly detailed. I disliked Theodore Dreiser because he was too impersonal. While I hated Moby Dick, I enjoyed Billy Budd, Foretopman; so the desision is open on Herman Melville. I like James Faulkner, but a little of his work goes a long way; most of it is so depressing. I like James Hawthorne, but suspect that can be ascribed to my interest in New England history, as much as to his writing style. I found Alfred North Whitehead interesting, but not easy reading - especially his treateses on mathematics. I have never read anything by Studs Terkel that I didn't like, but, let's face it: most of his material was "written" by the subjects of his interviews.
Favorite Movies:
The Mighty Quinn; Run, Lola, Run; North Country; The Quiet Man; Rear Window; Matador; The Piano; Schindler's List; Drumline; Brassed Off!; Goldfinger; African Queen; Elizabeth (both Cate Blanchett's and Glenda Jackson's portrayals) ; Philadelphia Story; On Golden Pond; Thelma and Louise; Fried Green Tomatoes; Rainmaker; An Affair To Remember, and its modern take-off, Sleepless in Seattle; The Godfather, I and II, but not so much III;
Favorite Music:
any and all recordings of Pictures at an Exhbition, including Emerson Lake and Palmer's version; Peter Gabriel; WIllie Nelson; Linda Rhonstadt; Glenn MIler; Tommy and JImmy Dorsey (both separately and together); Barbara Streisand; Frank Sinatra; Diana Krall; 10,000 Maniacs; The Clancey Brothers; Bob WIlls and the Texas Playboys; Kathy Mattea; The Beatles; Jefferson Airplane, and Jefferson Starship, especially Blows Against The Empire; Ben Webster; Coleman Hawkins; Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis; Art Tatum; Miles Davis (In his sextet days); Artie Shaw,; Benny Goodman; Mezz Mezzrow; Adrian Rollini; E. Power Biggs; The Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Beverly Sills; Lily Pons; Maria Callas; Billy Holiday; John McCormack; B B King; Les Paul and Mary Ford; Chet Atkins; Steve Warriner; Toby Keith; Brad Paisley; Asleep At The Wheel; Spike Jones; The Alfred Deller Consort; Pro Musica Antigua; Mozart's Woodwind Sonatas, but not his solo piano works; Beethoven's Symphonies, but not his sonatas and concerti; most of JS and CPE Bach's works; Aaron Copeland's orchestral works; Rhapsody In Blue; John Philip Sousa; Karl L King; Bagpipes (both Highland and Ulallian); and I could go on for pages and pages. Suffice it to say I like darned near anything except rap and hip-hop.
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Topic: What are you listening to right now?
Posted: 17 Jan 2015 19:01

Blows Against The Empire - Jefferson Starship - 1970
Paul Kantner, Grace Slick, Jerry Garcia, David Crosby, Steven Stills, Graham Nash, and a host of other incredible musicians.

It does not get any better than this. (And it didn't in that era, either)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEdPfHBXqNc

Topic: Who is the most famous person you have ever met?
Posted: 03 Jan 2015 14:10

Most famous I ever met? Well - lessee - as a high school band musician, I played for and was introduced to three presidents (although they weren't president at the time) - Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon.

As a Navy musician, I had a phone conversation with Admiral Tom Moorer, after I played Roast Beef of Old England on fife for him. He asked me to say hi to my dad, whom he knew from Westinghouse's Nuclear Instrumentation Division; and I played a concert under the baton of Arthur Feidler in 1976, after which he invited me to audition for the utility flute/piccolo chair with Boston Symphony.

I played for about six months at a club where Blaze Starr was part owner, and danced a few times. Shared drinks with her and the rest of the dancers and musicians between shows.

I suppose all those "count" as meetings, but the one I think is more important to me was the time I went to a blues club in Nashville. Turned out, it was jointly owned by "Boots" Randolph and Chet Adkins. "Boots" was playing that night, and between sets, we got to talking. So, after the gig, I went to his house where we sat around and drank Jack Daniels and played tenor sax duets together for a couple of hours. I have always considered that as having had a music lesson from him, because he said so many things about playing and performing that I have remembered since.

Topic: USA opening diplomatic relations with Cuba
Posted: 01 Jan 2015 19:27

I think it's a good idea to get on with yr neighbours if u can ... I do hope that the slow, then accelerating, inflow of business capital will be channelled wisely and not, again, produce the sort of conditions that gave rise to the civil war that brought Fidel Castro to power ... no repeats please <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/eusa_shhh.gif" alt="Shhh">

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Exactly. The only reason there was a Cuban revolution in the first place was US capitalist interests mistreating the Cuban people.

Remember, Cuba was controlled (mostly) by Domino Sugar and people like Sam Giancomo. When Fidel Castro kicked them out and established himself politically, the first thing he did was approach the US seeking an alliance. Eisenhower and Congress turned him down, so he did what any sensible person would have done; he approached the other biggest power in the world.

It was American stupidity that drove Castro into the alliance with the Soviet Union. (They, of course, were pleased as could be: "An alliance with a country just ninety miles off the coast of our most dangerous enemy? Sure! Welcome aboard, comrade!")

Topic: Your Momma was sexy! Vintage Pics
Posted: 29 Dec 2014 22:40

MY favorite actress - I have always had the hots for her, even though she is my mom's age. https://upload.lushstories.com/1541181360-Katharine_Hepburn_nude_naked.jpg
My fav orite singer - sometimes sexy is more attitude than a fantastic body. https://upload.lushstories.com/231742524-janis6.jpg

Topic: Do you believe that there is only one true love for everyone ?
Posted: 29 Dec 2014 11:52

I think Robert Heinlein had it pretty close to right when he wrote in Time Enough For Love "The more you love, the more you can love -- and the more intensely you love. Nor is there any limit on how many you can love. If a person had time enough, he could love all of that majority who are decent and just. "

That said, there is some merit to the argument that "true love" is indicated by the willingness to self-sacrifice. I can state with absolute surety that I am an example of someone who is unable to put a person ahead of my muse. Does that mean I place myself first? Not necessarily. I place music performance and the audience first. Consequently, I have played jobs when I was running a temperature over 100; I have played jobs when I was tired, both mentally and physically; I have played jobs where I drove over 100 miles and played for free. I have played outdoors in the rain, and in snow, and I have played indoors where there was not heat and the temperature was so low you could see your breath. After one of my best big band performances several years ago, I drove myself to the hospital, where I was diagnosed with pneumonia. So I would say that I did not put myself first; I made a sacrifice for the music.

MY third marriage ended because I felt so guilty taking time from us to play, that my wife said to me, "I can't let you do this to yourself any more. I am leaving you, so that you can play music without feeling guilty." I was so depressed, I nearly committed suicide, and had figured out how to do it, but couldn't get a substitute to play a job I had scheduled (and for which people had paid money for tickets), and couldn't figure out how to be sure someone would find my dog before she suffered. So, instead of hanging myself in the basement, I put on my tux, and went and played the job. Fortunately, during that performance, I had a request from someone to play in a pit orchestra for a show the following week. One job led to another, and now, seven years later, I am probably as happy, overall, as I have ever been in my life.

There is still one individual whom I love more than any others, but I know that I cannot commit to a person; I am already committed to music. There are others for whom I feel deeply - is that love? I think it is.

Topic: what are you drinking?
Posted: 28 Dec 2014 17:56

The last of a bottle of Sophia Blanc de Blancs 2012 , by Francis Coppola Winery, which I opened yesterday. (Yes, I have one of those spring-loaded capper thingys, that keeps the bubbly from going flat.)

Topic: Couple of semi-random thoughts
Posted: 14 Nov 2014 10:19

I know this sounds counter-intuitive, but I believe we would not have made the Vietnam mistake again, had there still been a draft. There was such public outrage over that effed-up war, that Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Syria and all that crap would be completely off the table. We all know the only reasons for our military involvement in the Middle East are economic - mostly driven by the large oil companies, with a great deal of help from such as Raytheon, Boeing, Halliburton, and a gazillion other companies dependent on war as their main source of profits.

Topic: Couple of semi-random thoughts
Posted: 13 Nov 2014 19:05

I wrote this down a few months ago - Lord knows what I was up to, but these things sorta just popped into my head. I was cleaning out some "dead" files in my 'puter today, and came across them. They seem like the kind of things we often discuss here on Lush, so I'm tossing them out for everyone to leap on. (or not, maybe they aren't interesting at all - only to ME) LOL

For as long as I can remember I have wished that I had a vagina and a clitoris, and breasts. But I like having a cock, too. I like being male. I know that seems strange, but I think it is probably really fairly common, and is the basis for all futa stories, whether written by women or by men; by heterosexuals, homosexuals (that word seems so one-sided. Can one say femosexuals?) well - gays, transsexuals, or bisexuals of any sort.

If I were Magical King of the World, everyone would spend two years as the mature opposite of their birth sex, before they could be truly considered to be adults. After the two years were up, they'd be allowed to choose which sex they'd like to be. If they desired, they could also choose to be both. People would also be able to decide if and when they wanted to get pregnant. That way, anyone who wanted to, could have the experience of pregnancy and childbirth, and anyone who didn't want to would not have to.
During that two year period, they would also be working in the service of their country. They need not be members of the military; all countries have far more civilian jobs than military. But I think it is important for everyone to give something back to his or her country. Also, during that period, they would not have the right to vote, or to participate in the selection of who runs their government. I believe voting is both a right and a privilege; one that must be earned. I also believe people should work under their existing regime before they should have the right to change it.

Topic: The Gun Control Debate Thread.
Posted: 30 Oct 2014 15:11

It isn't just our gun laws that are insane. Our entire foreign and domestic policies are insane. We are the most dangerous entity on the face of the earth. Attila The Hun, Genghis Kahn, Queen Isabella (think Spanish Inquisition), the Borgias, la Cosa Nostra and possibly even Josef Stalin have nothing on us for violence, killing, torture, and general worldwide mayhem; nor do they for the egregious act8ions taken against our own populace.

Topic: Erotica Readership Survey (please take!)
Posted: 11 Aug 2014 22:11

Just took the survey. Was stumped at the favorite author question though, because I seem to be fickle. I suppose it all depends on what I am in the mood to read at any given time.

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