I am a 51 year old computer programmer. I currently work in Seattle, but I would rather live in California, and I am willing to live just about anywhere. I am looking to marry a woman with a hip disarticulate or above knee amputation. I could marry a double amputee, if she is asymmetrical, i.e., if one leg is significantly longer than the other. I am a little embarrassed to say I would reject a woman for not fitting these physical criteria, but if this weren't important to me, I wouldn't be advertising here.
I like games, particularly games which use a lot of brain power. I've even designed some games, and I have one I hope to get published some day. I listen to rock music (mainly classic rock, but new stuff too). My favorite TV channels are Discovery, TLC, and the History Channel. I also watch news, sports, NYPD Blue, The Practice, The Simpsons, Futurama, and King of the Hill. Actually, I watch too much TV. I should listen to more rock music. I love children. I am willing to marry a women with any number of children of any age. I will marry a woman of any age. The limiting factor on both of these is that I want to father a child myself. This means that my wife would probably be several years younger than me, though if a 50 year old woman can convince me she is physically and emotionally ready to bear my child, I would consider marrying her.
I love cats, and can tolerate most dogs. I like to cuddle. I am a city boy. I prefer to spend most of my time where people are. I have sleep apnea, so I need to sleep where there's electricity for my breathing machine. Before I got treatment, sleep apnea ruined my life. Now that I have my breathing machine, it's not much of an issue.
If you want to get to know me, send
me email asc@RandallBart.com
Or you can observe me from afar in some public places in the
I participate in the Ascot-World
Group. You can also find out about me at my website, RandallBart.com.
But the place to find out the most about me is the newsgroup news:alt.support.tourette.
I have Tourette Syndrome. Tourette is not what most people
First of all, it's rather common. It's hard to diagnose the mild
but 2 to 5% of people have Tourette. The most commonly known
of Tourette is coprolalia -- the uncontrolled uttering of offensive
Coprolalia is rare, and I don't have it. I have a lot of verbal
but I've managed to fill my head with mostly happy tics, such as
kitty cat", "giggle", and "I love you". I look forward to hearing
ASCOT-World 2008, revised November 20, 2008