About Dancewithme

Biography

I strongly stand by the Human Rights of all people, and the equal rights of women.

Remember that the kind of human being you are matters more to me than your cup size.

[b]Before I even begin, I am 61 years old. If that turns you off then stay away. I am not interested in anyone who has decided ahead of time, that because of my age I am not of interest to them.[b]
As for being my friend, I keep as close to twelve as I can. It is just a manageable figure that I can really get to know and really care about, maybe even love to bits! If you are new, then I will try to get close to you, not just for sexual reasons (yet I am a man and do like cyber-play with people I care about if they are interested), but my primary reason for wanting to know you better is because I sense some kind of chemistry between us, some really nice things for us both can develop. That can be of almost any kind. It is pretty normal I think to see where such things go, don't you think? Please don't think I have a one track mind! If you do not like where things are going in our friendship, say goodbye to me.
I am not a god who is always going to get it right. But I do try to welcome you into my world.
Obviously in the fog of this life, I can not guarantee anyone anything but my best shot. I hope you will let me into your heart and world too.

PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ARE MY FRIEND, IT IS BECAUSE I LIKE YOU IN SOME WAY. USUALLY WE DEVELOP SOME KIND OF FRIENDSHIP OR PERHAPS MORE. HOWEVER, IF YOU SHOW NO REAL INTEREST IN ME OVER AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME, I WILL DROP YOU TO MAKE ROOM FOR A NEW FRIEND. IF YOU SERIOUSLY BOTHER OR HARASS ME IN ANY WAY, I HAVE A VERY QUICK TRIGGER FINGER! I WILL DROP AND BLOCK YOU.

Name:
Ted
Sex:
Male 
Age:
61
Sign:
Aries
Relationship Status:
Single
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
Local Time:
16 Dec 2017 04:23
Interests:
Reading, writing, music: singing and listening, dancing, Great Women, Sabrmetrics, art, science, sports, going to the beach, swimming, yoga, Tai Chi Chuan, QiGong, boxing, world cultures, linguistics, history, and many or much more.
My friends interests are of interest to me too.
Favorite Books:
Most of the great classics of world literature in English or often in their original languages.
Shakespeare's Sonnets and Plays, especially Hamlet, MacBeth, Othello, Lear, etc.; The collected works of William Butler Yeats; Friedrich Hoelderlin's Hyperion; and so on.
In English: Shakespeare, Yeats, Emerson, Dickinson, Twain; in Russian: Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Gogol, Pushkin; Chinese: Laozi, Chuangzi, Confucious; Spanish: Cervantes, Neruda; Portuguese: Coehlo, Camoes; Greek: Plato, Homer, Aristotle; Latin: Cicero, Virgil; etc. Levinas, "Otherwise than Being." Locke, "Second Treatise of Government." Emily Dickinson's poetry(!!).
Favorite Authors:
So many I could list them by language. See above.
Favorite Movies:
Far too many to list. I do watch the classics more by now.
Favourite TV Shows:
I watch very little TV. I may just get rid of it someday soon.
I am much more into the performing arts than TV. Sports I prefer to see in person, especially with a friend now but so much playing. I am not just a smart guy but a playful man who loves the exhilaration and love of life, and that one special woman.
Favorite Music:
Classical, jazz, Latin, gypsy, folk, ballet, international (any culture or language), no borders in musical taste. I even have made studied of Rap.

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Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 05 Dec 2017 04:49

Hmmmmmm......I certainly don't feel welcomed in this Forum. Never have. I am being as honest as I can be. No need for anyone to react. I just want to state how I feel and be done with it.

Topic: Is there anyone who thinks this tax reform is actually a good idea?
Posted: 05 Dec 2017 00:35



I don't resent you for your success. I resent you for your resentment of those who haven't been able to achieve the same level of success as you. I resent your sense of entitlement and ingratitude for what you have, and that you can't see beyond your own circumstances to even acknowledge that others haven't had access to the same opportunities that you've had. I don't resent you for your accomplishments. I'm sure you've worked hard and suffered for them. But for every one of you, there are thousands of people who have worked just as hard, and suffered just as much, if not more, and gotten nowhere for it because the system was rigged against them - a system that you support. I resent that you think of them as "non-productive morons." Who the fuck are you to make that judgment?

"Who the fuck are you to make that judgement?"

That is ad hominem, and a personal attack. So you may have restrained yourself, as you point out, in not using any other power you may possess as a Moderator, but in that statement, you did not restrain your personal feeling about the other poster.

The lady asked, if, as a Moderator, it is appropriate for you to express your personal feelings about other members? Doesn't accepting the role of Moderator rule out personal feelings and require more objectivity?
Wouldn't that objective restraint be more beneficial to our membership, and to the site?
Please note that I am expressing no opinion on the Tax Bill but am raising a question about what is best for our membership and the site?

Thus, as a member, I am deeply appreciative of Buzz's statement as well.

Topic: Whats your favourite audio story on here?
Posted: 03 Dec 2017 03:48



like helicopters, explosions, and monster roars?

Maybe a classy, sexy voice like yours sweet thang!

Topic: Would you have coffee or tea with the person above you?
Posted: 03 Dec 2017 03:30

Absolutely. In fact, afterwards we could have fun with music.

Topic: latest movie that you saw or ones you wish to see
Posted: 01 Dec 2017 19:02

Genjis Khan (Timujin)----a very realistic and accurate documentary

Topic: Alive or dead, who is your favorite guitarist?
Posted: 01 Dec 2017 18:54

Throw a few more names into the mix:

Doug Martsch of Built To Spill - Jam eternal
Neil Young - because that dude has never given a single fuck
John Lee Hooker - the biggest bad-ass of the blues, and he had a unique guitar style that got picked up by a lot of rockers
Gordie Johnson of Big Sugar - Pretty much unknown outside of Canada, but if you like blues-rock you should check them out.
Nigel Pulsford and Gavin Rossdale of Bush - They got written off as a Nirvana rip-off, but I hear Thelonious Monk in their earlier albums.

A man who knows his git-tar!!

How about we add:

John Williams
Julian Bream
Les Paul?
Chet Atkins
Ana Vidovic---incredible talent
Raul Nery
Carlos Montoya
Jesse Cook
So many others!

Topic: Guys do you prefer a girl completely naked or with something sexy on?
Posted: 30 Nov 2017 04:10

I love both-----when she is the way she is, for ME. She knows how she looks and feels best.

Topic: How much do you love to read and how often?
Posted: 27 Nov 2017 00:00

I am so inclined to read or write that I can't even eat a bowl of cereal without something to read while I do it. Or, if I see a blank pad of paper. I have to make lists of things, or write out my thoughts on something.

Topic: What's your happy place?
Posted: 22 Nov 2017 23:44

I must say it is in one of three places:
1) in the presence of someone who loves me.
2) at the get togethers like Thanksgiving dinner just watching the love go around the room.
3) Having coffee with a good friend and catching up, discussing things important to us, or just being with them.

Topic: What drink made you decide never to drink it again?
Posted: 22 Nov 2017 23:26

I saw so many friends and even a family member so addicted to alcohol and other drugs, that it f----d up their lives. In 1978 I walked a friend into a detox center, and never looked back. It is almost a "religion" with me. However, I do not sit in judgement of those who do drink. That's for gods and I am far from that!!

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Stories Published By Dancewithme All Stories »

The Hayloft

In the dance hall, the lights are dim amber as you are walking back to your seat after a few fast dances. This scene is so familiar to me now, yet it never gets old. I've got it bad for you, yet you don't have a clue. As I sit at the rail, I order up a Courvoisier cognac to give me strength, and watch your every move intensely. Your eyes are so deep and sparkling with the joy of the...

Added 13 Oct 2014 | Category Love Stories | Votes 23 | Avg Score 5 | Views 5,813 | 23 Comments

May I Love You?

May I Love You? May I stop here before you, And linger a while? May I ask you to dance, And get a big smile? May I reach for you gently, Your palm now in mine? May I place my hand here, Right at your side? May we step so very slowly, then quickly like this? May we speak in hot tango, Our moving, sweet bliss? May I dare to catch you, And hold you like this? May...

Added 02 Jul 2014 | Category Love Poems | Votes 29 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,574 | 32 Comments

I Kissed A Butterfly

I kissed a butterfly, My lips made her weep. I whispered to a butterfly, "Go not to sleep! Just stay awake, Why, I can make you weep!" Butterfly kissed me back! So I then quickly licked her, Most tenderly and sweet. She gushed with her excitement.  I can not be discreet, My heart was pouding loudly While kneeling at her feet, Like a suckling new born calf Right at its...

Added 04 Jun 2014 | Category Erotic Poems | Votes 24 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,616 | 23 Comments

Just One Little Finger

Just one little finger That's all that it takes To make my love wiggle To give her the shakes... Just one little finger Poking here, jabbing there Makes her so sticky All over down there! Just one little finger It's sucked in, then two She kisses all my fingers With succulent goo! So if you have fingers And your love is about You'd better offer So she doesn't pout! You don't...

Added 05 Jun 2014 | Category Erotic Poems | Votes 18 | Avg Score 5 | Views 2,097 | 19 Comments

My Love Calls Me Teddy

My love calls me "Teddy" Her heart calling mine I can never resist it Her voice is divine My love calls me "Teddy" A smile to my face As if she affirms me With her sweet, loving grace My love calls me "Teddy" My soul becomes tender It sends me to Heaven My life I would send her My spirit sends roses Bright red in bouquet For sending her blessing to "Have a...

Added 08 Jan 2014 | Category Love Poems | Votes 24 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,336 | 25 Comments

Honey

Honey? Is that you? I can't see in the night Though the hopes and the dreams Are still burning bright In the brightness of day In the darkness of night I love you I love you But you are away… Should you come to me now While my heart still knows how To love life in fun Our victories won… While the smile on my heart Holds on to be ready For your first Hello Its timbre I’ll know… Who...

Added 29 Dec 2013 | Category Love Poems | Votes 11 | Avg Score 5 | Views 2,265 | 12 Comments

Take My Sweet Lips, Babe

Take my sweet lips, babe Every gentle pore Let them make open Your tightly locked door Know that you'll want them The spirit they show No, not beneath them Are passions like snow? Just sweet, soft and tender Lips warm to your heart Then over your body They’ll warm every part Your face, oh so precious Your breasts so divine Legs soft as smooth satin Core sacred,...

Added 07 Jan 2014 | Category Love Poems | Votes 14 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,548 | 13 Comments

I Love You Suzy

Eyes so light blue Like the heavens above Stole my heart away Sweet gestures of love Lips made for kissing Wear an endearing sweetness A kindness there shining I see my completeness Your skin is like satin Your face oh so soft Slight brush of my hand Just sends me aloft Gold hair is so lovely Curves gently round your face Caressing and holding Thy head, as...

Added 30 Dec 2013 | Category Love Poems | Votes 13 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,229 | 12 Comments

I Am Rom

I am Rom, My life it doth fly, Through hither and yonder, We ride you and I. Through the earth’s golden valleys, To the mountains above, We hang, heads in sorrow, No-“where” to call home. Twas ever a “one day,” A moment of bliss, Saw first my “Dark Eyes,” In the heavens domed skies. Stars all a glitter, The augury told, Fate it embraced me, My heart...

Added 28 Dec 2013 | Category Love Poems | Votes 14 | Avg Score 4.71 | Views 1,156 | 13 Comments

Damned Ole Black Hole

Now before you go yelling And pummeling me Just hear these words Sooth sings unto thee! Damned ole black hole It's following me Wherever I go: By the tree swing Down at the lee But hardest of all It lays beside me… Every night, when‘s time for sleep The hole gets a bit deeper Swallowing me All night it stays there Calling to me With the voice of my angel Who once dreamed with me. ‘twas...

Added 10 Jun 2014 | Category Love Poems | Votes 14 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,341 | 14 Comments

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