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Ambrose
30 Merton, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 18 - 50
Weight: 81 kg (178 lb)
Hey. I'd say I'm an extroverted introvert, I love going out and being social but I most definitely have my moments of shyness. Right now I’m in my final year at university studying computer science. I started that course on an impulse and still can’t tell you how I got into it but before that I was a sound engineer out in America. Film and music are huge passions for me. I like to write and travel with my free time. I'm a huge romantic and love being passionate with the girl that I’m with. I have been considered pretty nerdy in what I like to read, watch, play and write. Over the years I’ve been called many things but if I was to sum it up I'm spontaneous, responsible and caring with a soft heart and a touch of trouble. I'm decisive and not afraid to make decisions for you if you choose not to make them for yourself. The classic "I don't know, what do you want for dinner" will never be an issue with me, I will choose and it will be delicious! I'm the nice guy, with an edge. My music tastes tend to be pretty diverse, so you’re just as likely gonna find me listening to some Tribe called quest or Danny brown as you are gonna find me listening to some Black Keys. I’m 6’2 and right now I guess you could consider me rather slim (although I am working on it). I tend to have a pretty quirky fashion sense so usually I find it hard to describe. I dislike being labelled and as a result will change it up often. I can be pretty grunge one day, suited up the next or just rocking a hoodie and an overcoat. I love flannel shirts and leather jackets, on me and on girls. Should the weather allow 9 times outa 10 that’s how you’ll catch me. My hair and facial hair styles tend to fluctuate but right now I have a curly low fade which I’m growing out and a beard. I absolutely love tattoos. And am planning on getting some soon.
Yvan
35 Edinburgh, Lothian, United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 19 - 36
Weight: 85 kg (187 lb)
About me...? I am a bit unusual to be honest, not in a awkward way or anything, quite the opposite! Although I never thought of myself as a nerd, I can't deny it - I just love thinking about things: I have a very active and curious mind! At the same time I was always a complete daredevil and off gallivanting on adventures..I ran away from home when I was 18 months old to get close to the car wash down the road from our house, I was fascinated by that car wash :p. Being so pumped full of energy and running all over the place all the time, my mum channeled it into sports: lots of rugby, swimming, athletics, tennis, football, anything really.. I have always been very determined and had a strong drive to explore the unknown. All in all I was a mischievous (often got into trouble!) nerd, incredibly sporty, mad about music.. all my pocket money was spent on music cassettes and I would just sit for hours listening to them. I grew up in Dublin (for 14 years), a product of an Irish father and French mother who happens to be the strongest women I have ever encountered! I went to a French school there and would visit France at least 3 times a year. Later on we moved to the Alps in France where I spent 5 years of my life (my family still lives there today). So I really grew up with both cultures.. although I do feel more Irish than French! But essentially feel like neither at the same time, which in retrospect I think was a good thing and taught me a lot about myself and identity in general. I am an honest person with a good heart and feel bad when someone is mistreated. I am quite sensitive in ways, sensing how other people are feeling was quite natural for me. Very boyish in certain aspects yet somewhat feminine in others. I can do small talk, but would rather skip it.. I like substance, and genuineness. The idea of hurting someone is just horrible to me, and I don't like meanness. I am no saint and have my flaws, but people seem to enjoy my company a lot and feel comfortable around me. I was always lucky that way and easily made new friends when moving from place to place. I work hard and that is important to me, I want to keep on building, learning and to grow. Money is not a strong driving force for me, I have always viewed it as a by-product. I may be surprisingly open at times, and then hard to reach at other times, but some things in life have been hard to deal with and I feel I am allowing myself to open up and let people in more and more. I was always loving and had a lot to give but some things can hurt you in ways which are so deep that you don't allow yourself to feel the pain and it can take years for it to come out. But as it gradually does come to surface, you can let people back in and love again, that feels nice :). If you have read this far you have probably gathered I am not the alpha-male type and not very interested in superficial things. If you are looking for a "strong" man and a traditional style of relationship, then we're fundamentally looking for different things. PS: I shaved my hair off recently so I will upload a couple of updated pictures when I get the chance!
gary
55 Lambeth, London (Greater), United Kingdom
Seeking: Female 25 - 48
Weight: 82 kg (180 lb)
average guy looking for an average woman to love and be loved, to make a family, to look after one another, to care and share. Moderate tastes in all things, likes a wide range of music, arts and gentle pastimes such as walking. "60% of personal bankruptcies in the USA are due to medical bills" Even with medical insurance in the USA, you still have to pay Out-of-pocket expenses such as telephone calls, transport, meals and drinks in hospital, copay which is a fixed amount per visit from $20 upwards, coinsurance which is around 20% of the medical fee, Annual deductible which can be around $2,000 a year, and you still have the insurance fee to pay anyway which can be between $700 and $1,300 per month. That's over $8,000 to $15,000 per year. Are you sure you want to live in the land of the free? because medical care isn't free there. Murder rates in the US rose from around 6 per 100,000 people to 7.8 per 100,000 last year. That's a rise of 30%. Covid death rates USA 742,249 UK 140,623 People in Prison USA 2,193,798 UK 79,380 That's 2 million and 193 thousand in the US, and less than 80,000 in the UK. And guess what, in the USA, "Six out of 10 people in U.S. jails—nearly a half million individuals on any given day—are awaiting trial. People who have not been found guilty of the charges against them account for 95% of all jail population growth between 2000–2014." In 2013, The Week reported that at least 3,278 Americans were serving life sentences without parole for nonviolent crimes, including "cursing at a policeman and selling $10 worth of drugs. More than 80 percent of these life sentences are the result of mandatory sentencing laws." This is the "3 strikes and you're out" law in operation. The U.S. incarceration rate peaked in 2008 when about 1 in 100 US adults was behind bars.[75] This incarceration rate exceeded the average incarceration levels in the Soviet Union during the existence of the Gulag system, when the Soviet Union's population reached 168 million, and 1.2 to 1.5 million people were in the Gulag prison camps and colonies (i.e. about 0.8 imprisoned per 100 USSR residents, according to numbers from Anne Applebaum and Steven Rosefielde). In The New Yorker article The Caging of America (2012), Adam Gopnik writes: "Over all, there are now more people under 'correctional supervision' in America—more than six million—than were in the Gulag Archipelago under Stalin at its height." According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) in 2018 black males accounted for 34% of the total male prison population, white males 29%, and Hispanic males 24%. White females comprised 47% of the prison population in comparison to black females who accounted for 18% of the female population. The imprisonment rate for black females (88 per 100,000 black female residents) was 1.8 times as high as for white females (49 per 100,000 white female residents), while the imprisonment rate for black males (2,272 per 100,000 black male residents) was 5.8 times as high as for white males (392 per 100,000 white male residents) The term "school-to-prison-pipeline", also known as the "schoolhouse-to-jailhouse track", is a concept that was named in the 1980s. "The School to Prison Pipeline disproportionately impacts the poor, students with disabilities, and youth of color, especially African Americans, who are suspended and expelled at the highest rates, despite comparable rates of infraction The claim that Zero Tolerance Policies affect students of color at a disproportionate rate is supported in the Code of Maryland Regulations study, that found black students were suspended at more than double the rate of white students. although black students only accounted for 15% of the student population, they represented a 31% of the arrests. the number of African American youth detained increased by 9% and the number of Hispanic youths detained increased by 4%, yet the proportion of White youth declined by 13%. "Black youth comprise 14% of the national youth population, but "43% of boys and 34% of girls in juvenile facilities are Black" After the privatization of healthcare in Arizona's prisons, medical spending fell by 30 million dollars and staffing was greatly reduced. Some 50 prisoners died in custody in the first 8 months of 2013, compared to 37 for the preceding two years combined. The poor quality of food provided to inmates has become an issue, as over the last decade corrections officials looking to cut costs have been outsourcing food services to private, for-profit corporations such as Aramark, A'Viands Food & Services Management, and ABL Management. A prison riot in Kentucky has been blamed on the low quality of food Aramark provided to inmates. A 2017 study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that because of lapses in food safety, prison inmates are 6.4 times more likely to contract a food-related illness than the general population. USA minimum wage $7.25 per hour UK minimum wage £8.91 per hour average flat rent USA $1,124 per month average flat rent UK £726 per month average food bill USA $213 per month average food bill UK £162 per month So, are you sure you want to move to the USA? Really sure?

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