About thelastnightrider


Middle age, but I ran with a much younger group. I think that there is a shortage of Gentlemen today. Guys that have class shouldn't have to try and sell someone on it. It speaks for itself.

Tennessee, United States
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25 May 2018 08:17
A Rock drummer, Rides a mean ass Harley. I own five dogs (trust them more than people). love to train on the pistol range. ladies
Favorite Books:
game of thrones, lord of the rings, All of the Dresden Files.
Favorite Authors:
jim Butcher, Tokhiem, Heather Graham, Me
Favorite Movies:
Interview with a vampire, lord of the rings, All indiana Jones.
Favorite Music:
Rock all types blues all types , jazz slower, meditation


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Topic: Being a gentleman
Posted: 21 Mar 2012 11:28

Thanks for all the kind words. My hands were injured, and I'm in bandages. Hoping for a full recovery. The nerves are not acting right yet. It's hard to write, even harder when your a drummer. got about 3 more weeks to go. I'm sure dude was just trying to help me as I am new to this site, but I've been writing for several years and have over twenty copy writes. I will be putting some stories out on this site as soon as I can edit them. Thanks again<img src="/images/emoticons/book1.gif" alt="book">

Topic: Being a gentleman
Posted: 21 Mar 2012 06:10

Please excuse my writing. Not able to control my hands to well, and have to settle for getting something close sometimes. I hope to be getting better soon as I love to write. Most of the responses to my post have been good. While to some this is all about image, It<img src="/images/emoticons/coffee.gif" alt="coffee"> is about defining who you are. A man should not have to prove he is a gentleman or has class. It should show on it's own. I would think if young men were to take more time trying to better themselves as gentleman with manners, It would do wonders for them as people. As the ladies ask "Where have all the good men gone?"

Topic: Being a gentleman
Posted: 20 Mar 2012 10:52

I was raised that a man was to conduct himself as a gentleman. The way he dresses, acts in public, treats ladies, mostly overall conduct. I look around today and see just the opposite. Guys with no respect from who they are. They can't war their caps right and will not remove them for anything. They can't wear the pants pulled up, and they have their ladies drive them around. These are just a few examples of the laziness I have seen. What do you think?

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