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Tim
54 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Seeking: Female 40 - 55
Sobre mi ? Yo soy de California. He vivido en México por más de 5 años. No tengo ningún deseo de regresar a los Estados Unidos porque me encanta México. Conozco muchas palabras en español, pero me resulta difícil formar oraciones en español. Me gusta viajar. He estado en Morelia, Queretaro, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, ciudad de México, Zihuatanejo, Mérida, Tulum, Progreso y Cozumel. Espero ver muchas más áreas de México. Me encanta todo lo que implica el agua, buceo, pesca, buceo y mucho más. Me gusta cocinar [Italiano]. Intento mi mejor ser romántico. Creo que es importante en una relación. Música, me gusta casi toda la música. Disfruto de ir a eventos y conciertos. Busco una mujer cariñosa y una mujer que quiera un hombre afectuoso. Me gusta ver una película en casa tanto como me gusta salir. No me gusta ir a bares fuertes. Prefiero ir a un buen restaurante donde la gente puede hablar, sin teléfonos celulares y sin música. Una mujer que le gusta vestirse como una mujer / femenino. No todo el tiempo por supuesto. Me gustaría encontrar una mujer que le guste viajar y no tenga miedo de probar cosas nuevas. Espero que esto te ayude a conocerme un poco. Que tenga un día maravilloso. [Si usted no tiene una foto o no puede viajar, por favor no me mensaje, no voy a responder. ] About me ? I am from California. I have lived in Mexico for over 5 years. I have NO desire to return to the U.S. because I love Mexico. I know many Spanish words but it is difficult for me to form sentences in Spanish. I enjoy traveling. I have been to Morelia, Queretaro, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, México city, Zihuatanejo, Merida, Tulum, Progreso and Cozumel. I hope to see many more areas of Mexico. I love anything that involves the water, SCUBA diving, fishing, snorkeling and more. I enjoy cooking [ Italian ]. I try my best to be romantic. I think is important in a relationship. Music, I like almost all music. I enjoy going to events and concerts. I am looking for a woman that is affectionate and a woman that wants an affectionate man. I enjoy watching a movie at home just as much as I like going out. I do not like going to loud bars. I would rather go to a nice restaurant where people can talk, with no cell Phones and no loud music. A woman that likes to dress like a woman / feminine. Not all the time of course. I would like to find a woman that likes to travel and is not afraid to try new things. I hope this helps you to know me a little. Have a wonderful day. [ If you do not have a photo or you are not able to travel, please do not message me, I will not answer. ]
Michael
72 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Seeking: Female 29 - 42
IT'S NOT ABOUT BEING IDIOSYNCRATIC, STUPID! The foregoing is not a defensive, but an illustrative statement of what anyone following this blog can anticipate encountering. If conventional or general opinion can be matched to the data, by all means, we will agree with our colleagues; if it doesn't as is more often the case than the students imprisoned within their classes and forced to absorb and be tested upon their outdated, inaccurate dribble, then alienate ourselves we will from such absurd opinion and gross aberrations of fact and probability. Did you get that? We have now entered a period in which further, especially the remarkable, advances of archaeology must be based increasingly on geoarchaeology, and the hard sciences generally, all of which are material to and cognates of archaeology. We cannot permit general opinion to retard, inadvertently or by design, the progress of definition of a great vista which lies before us and needs only to be put to paper and made available. We must discourage the practice of reporters and talk show commentators conducting wooden or air-headed interviews with “experts,” whose intent is to suppress data which cannot be explained by the theories the expert has taught for decades without even significant updates. This applies to hard science experts just as much as it does to puffed up pedants in the archaeology classroom. I can still recall taking a course in biochemistry, the notes for which the professor had developed in the heyday of the x-ray machine. A friend and I were so dismayed, we couldn't tolerate further attendance, so we dropped the class. There was nothing we could say; he was professor emeritus and coincidentally, the member of the faculty who passed out our diplomas at graduation years later. This is a fledgling example of a mammoth-sized problem that is a certainty, the elephant in the room of every academic institution. Troubling, as such institutions are to teach the fundamental importance of critical thinking, not becoming subject to the opinions of the faculty to whom you are exposed by circumstance, often falling prey to errant opinion. READ WIDELY is my advice to serious students within any discipline. Yes, I know what you're going to say: “Tell that to the geezer heading or sitting on your dissertation committee.” Believe me, I get it! My honor's thesis was blocked at Tulane University even though I had won the New Orleans Geological Society scholarship as the top student in 1981. It wasn't blocked for academic reasons. It was blocked simply because the teacher of one of my fondest classes, micropaleontology, a great professor and learned advisor was offended because I addressed comments pertaining to uniformitarianism made by the authors of one of the textbooks, written by two friends of his at a consorting institution in another state. Hey, if you put it in print, you've entered the public forum. If it's a textbook, you're a candidate for the Inquisition, because students are reading (and in all likelihood believing) what you have written. Don't expect to hide from open arguments against your assertions. That's my opinion. Interestingly, a few years later, a new geology department chair, who had been the Dean of Science the year of my graduation, contacted me, apologizing for how I had been treated, and asserting that the geology department would now be happy to publish my honors thesis. Why? It wasn't really from a sense of institutional shame or personal embarrassment about having watched my thesis be blocked. It was because important new work being done at Berkeley had put catastrophism in the forefront of geological opinion, markedly due to the discovery not only of tektite falls off the coast of the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico marking the spot of meteoric impact, but also of a global iridium anomaly(a mineral rare in the earth's crust, but rich in meteorites) which correlates to the Cretaceous extinction, and is potentially typical of the most sudden and horrific extinctions that terminated other geologic ages, such as the Permian extinction. Had my thesis not been blocked, it would have put Tulane geology in good company. Quien sabe? This is the merest of starters, and this post is just a hint at truly significant things to come which, if you share an interest in such matters, you will want to follow from time to time. I begin full-time pursuit of a revised approach to archaeology and ancient precolumbian history and geoarchaeology in January (2009) or thereabouts, following my more or less permanent relocation to Mexico. Keep an eye on things to come.
Mauricio
26 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Seeking: Female 18 - 30
Bill
59 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Seeking: Female 45 - 60
Luis
50 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Seeking: Female 30 - 60

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