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  • John, 65 from Millersville, PA
    65, Millersville, PA
    I am a semi-retired student at Millerville University. My past careers included photography sales, computer training and sales, and automotive sales and training. I continue to utilize photography as a pasttime, or hobby. And I enjoy researching information on the internet regarding my plants and my parrots. I am honest and truthful; to be otherwise would make any effort on Catholic Match insidious. My studies are in Communications, Philosophy, Photography, Biology, and in the future, I would like to simply take slasses in Botany. I'm not the least bit 'square' or 'nerdy,' but simply one who enjoys learning more subject matter than originally gained. I am interested in a partner for the long term; perhaps a woman who shares interests in current events, social changes, mostly leisure life complimented by affection and a like mindset. I am weathy in knowledge and talent, but not monetarily at this time. Thus, I keep my life simple. I am a wit in terms of sense of humor, discourage political correctness as an infringement of my life experiences, and disagree with those who strive for 100% conformity to the new lifestyles we witness today. In many ways, I'm 'old school.' That 'old school' thinking includes a solid knowledge of my personal history, world history, remaining between the lines in terms of the Golden Rule. College life is far different that it was when I began it in 1971. The competition for faculty job retainment has erupted in some students not taking their classes seriously, using social media in class where they should be particpating or noting important facts. Thank you for reading this. John