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Username : Sargus
Gender & Age: Man, 57
Seeking: Woman 30 - 59
Located in : Fairburn, GA, U.S.
My first date idea
Category : Brunch Location : Where ever
I'm easy. It can be anything from a hotdog at the Varsity to a deli to a barb-b-Q place. or........we can ride to Starbucks.
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About me About my match / friend
In My Own Words
Retired Army Ranger, fishing nut, 4x4 trail wonderer, boy adventurer who loves good people, good conversation and great food. Must like the country roads.

Honest and filled with integrity, loyalty and self motivational.
A Brief Sketch of Me
Relationship status: Single
Annual income:
$75,001 to $100,000
Looking for: Friendship; Dating; Long-term / Serious relationship; Casual / intimate; Riding buddy
How important is the location: Somewhat important
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Bike/motorcycle: Harley-Davidson
Height: 5' 8" (173 cm)
Ethnicity: Caucasian / White
Have children: Yes, they live away from home
Want (more) children: Undecided
Body type: Average
Hair color: White or gray
Eye color: Hazel
Physical appearance: You decide
Smoking: Don't smoke
Drinking: Drink socially
Education: Other
Occupation: Please ask me
Religion: Christian / Catholic
How often do you ride?: Whenever I can
Language: English
Have pets: No
Political beliefs: Middle of the road
The music I enjoy listening to: Rock 'n Roll; Classical; Folk Rock; Women Who Rock; Classic Rock; Pop / Top 40; R&B / Soul; Jazz / Blues; Alternative; Country
My relationship history: Please ask me