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He owes me money...Ha! Just joking. My friends would tell you about my expansive sense of humor and optimism. Somehow, I'm a survivor in life, they'd admit, but the wheel's still in spin,they would point out(They would also say that I like popular music, like the Bob Dylan alluded to here). Roger (me) can be very annoying with his jokes and tenacity towards keeping in contact with others (who just might prefer getting and staying lost!). He (me) frequently comes up short in whatever he does, but always tries his best, so his (mine)regrets are few. He(same guy) can put a positive spin anything, turning any frown upside down (he is very tacky at times,) and will try to sell a horse saddle to a car dealership, give him half a chance. He will love you (friends--be honest here!) till that same horse comes home to claim said saddle. My (me) friends are my power, and he (that same guy)will go broke, without, at a reduced rate, half crazy, overboard, or delirious, trying to help his friends, make them smile, avoid responsibility, enjoy life, feel safe and secure, loved and cared for, and honored. He's )Me's)trying to find a job after many years with a disability(stroke/autism).
I waste my time in a world-class fashion, just sitting around thinking about myself, stuff, my friends, the future, while listening to music. I like popular music from the 60's, onward, up to today's music. I like Of Monsters and Men, Goyte, and quite a few of the new groups! I'm 57, but act and look much younger. My philosophy (I attempt to live up to) is that there are no strangers in this world--only friends I have not yet met. What does that mean, you might ask(I hope you do ask!)? Well, when some driver does some crazy stunt on the road, I can't get angry with them, because they are my friend. Maybe I should wave? I'm getting off track here, arn't I? Intertests: Mechanics (I'm steadily becoming a people person, instead),people of all kinds, internet, autism, volunteering, writing.
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One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
My friends still talking to me.
Feeling love for the first time in my life at age 52 (I'm autistic, a bit).
Graduating from college at 57(this spring).
Surviving the unsurvivable.
Something that I can't talk about.