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Saint-Exupery said "love consists not in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction." Our first date could be simple (coffee, conversation), but ultimately I'm seeking a life partner, to share not just entertainment and bed but a vision and purpose in life. I'm a political junkie. Will you carry your protest sign beside mine? Demonstrations are fun if the weather's good and you're with friends; lectures can be interesting; meetings are tedious but necessary. = I'm very verbal, seeking same. Converse with me for hours on end - what are you reading, thinking, feeling? I'm a Lakoffite, trying to help develop a language of worldwide enlightenment and class struggle. My blog about the Worldwide Progressive Movement (search for it) has 10,000 "friends," because I've been actively recruiting them, because I believe the world would be a better place if more people were introduced to Lerner, Waldman, Zinn, etc. = If you're seeking a companion for outdoors, concerts, fine wines, travel, it's not me. Proust said "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes." = My political awakening stems in part from dating ads like this. Right after divorce is a particularly good opportunity to take a fresh look at your life, but any day will do. Writing my ad, I thought about not only who I was, but what I want to be. Will you encourage my becoming, as I encourage yours? I'm surprised that most dating ads are short, as though finding the right partner or finding yourself were of little importance. = Zen strawberries relieve my stress, but Powdermilk Biscuits haven't ended my shyness. Chemistry is crucial, so a photo is required and penpals in other cities need not apply. Friendship first; but, as Morrissey said so aptly, I am human and I need to be loved, just like everybody else does. Will you argue poetry and social theory with me late into the night, and conspire (breathe together) with me? B
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