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Age: 54
Ethnicity: Black
City, Region: Summerton, South Carolina
Country: United States
Education: Masters
Gender: Male
Height: 5.11 "
Weight: 205 pounds
Build: medium
Waist: 38"
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Style: Inbetween
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Hair: Low fade
Status: single
Drink: Once in a while
Smoke: None
Tattoos: None
Unusual Piercings: None
Spirituality: Christian
:: I Am Looking For
The top of the list is a nice relationship with a really nice guy with his life together. I would like someone who is good looking to me and who is interesting and fun to be around. Next on the list is a safe sex hook up/friend with benefits this of course is not the preferred or ideal situation, but it will work for me until I find Mr. Right. I am of course not attacked to everyone, not really into big guys, I say that understanding I am not am not an Adonis myself. I will chat with anyone and be friendly with anyone. Please don't assume chatting means we will hook up or that we are headed to a relationship. I do however really hope I can meet someone nice to build a nice relationship with who understands that I am not out and have not plans to be anytime soon.
:: Who I Am
I am generally a good guy (I think). I am trying to do the best that I can, trying to be real, not at all out. I am just trying to be the best person I can. I am spiritual although I make mistakes. I am trying hard to improve each day. I am taking some time to work on me and that is a big project! LOL!
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wrote at 2015-07-28 02:25:31

kei_wes posted comment to this image:
👍🏾 on point!


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bgcmen2010 posted comment to this image:
Curious? Is this a Charles Bibbs painting/lithograph?


wrote at 2013-10-02 02:02:39

3rdsun how are you? maybe I can be that friend.

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Posted 2014-11-11 10:51:39

I am sitting here watching The Skinny by Patrick-Ian Polk. I love watching all of his movies, and in this one he did a really good job of throwing in a plot twist with the rape of Sebastian(Blake Young-Fountain's character). The very interesting thing about the story is that the group including Sebastian are angry with Kyle for leaving Sebastian in the club while he (Sebastian) was drunk on alcohol and high on drugs. Sebastian was picked up by two guy who put GHB in a drink and they basically raped him, taking his virginity that he wanted to give to Kyle. Of course this is a movie, but I really think about the fact that so often we give responsibility for our behavior to someone else. Sebastian was a grown man who should have been responsible for his own behavior, such as not getting so drunk and high that he could not keep himself safe or be in a condition that he was unable to make appropriate decisions for himself. What do you all think? I hope that some of you will respond to this with your thoughts.


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Posted 2014-08-25 08:21:11

Good morning all of my BGC Friends. I am an African American Male. I have been of course bothered by the resent events in Ferguson MO. The killing of Michael Brown, Jr. once again raises the issue of how blacks and particularly black men are treated by law enforcement. This is a nation wide problem. I can remember as a young man being stopped by the police while driving (my brother and I) one evening for no reason at all. The car was searched and we were questioned, my brother was made to produce his license. He was not speeding or breaking the law in anyway. So why were we stopped? We don't know. Of course this is minor compared to the Michael Brown Jr., situation and I thank God for my life. Oh by the way, that night we were coming from Church!. Now it has been said that Michael Brown, Jr. had just been involved in robbing a store before the incident with the police. I don't know if that is true or not. Some witnesses say that Mr. Brown had his hands up and was not resisting the police when he was shot, if that is true, then "Houston we have a real problem". I hope that the Justice Department and the FBI will thoroughly look into this situation and get at the truth and expose it. I hope that the people in Ferguson will stop destroying their own town and neighborhoods and methodically and rationally seek the truth. The bigger issue that concerns me is young black men and their interaction with the legal system. There are many cases of young men who have been murdered by police but they were not necessarily doing the right thing when the incident occurred. How can we teach our young men to live life in a different way? I know that there are so many issues such as poverty etc. that impact peoples choices, but I know that something needs to be done on both ends, but if young black men are not putting themselves in negative situations it reduces the chances of fatal interactions with law enforcement. Am I blaming the victims, perhaps, but I don't think so. When I began talking I spoke about my own situation. I have never been arrested in my life, and other than speeding tickets have not been stopped or detained by the police, I am law abiding and I have always been such, yet I was stopped and basically harassed by the police. Perhaps if my brother and I were not in suits and ties, perhaps if we looked like "thugs" the response of the police might have been more threatening I don't know. But anyway what can we do for these young men who are in harms way, who are basically endangered because they are young black men?


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