Profile of BitterCrank

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Last seen: Oct 21, 2014 - 12:27 PM


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Location: Minneapolis

Gender: male

Occupation: Preoccupied

Birthdate: November 1, 1946 (67 years old)

Interests: Music, movies, books, food, dogs, politics, people (they're kind of required for the rest of it).

Biography: Bear type old gay guy. The fires of the heart cool as we head towards the October, November or December of our lives.

I am no longer working and I am much happier than I have been in years. I miss very little of the non-profit sector I labored in for 40 years. Now I can be the highly influential, much-sought-after intellectual I always wanted to be -- provided I think of a highly influential much-sought-after idea. Ah well, one of the tasks of old age is recognizing that some things one wanted are not going to happen and other things one didn't want are.

On many days I feel like a young man (other days, not so much) and on most days I prefer to think of myself as at least a fairly radical person.

BitterCrank's Membership Status

Registration Date: Mar 01, 2008

Usergroup: Sponsors

Topics Submitted: 184 topics

Total Posts: 9191 (4 per day)

Replies Received: 1162

Shouts: 506

Total Time Online: 84 days, 18 hours and 33 minutes

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  • BitterCrank [Oct 19, 2014 - 9:15 AM]: Are we getting this out of our systems yet?
  • BitterCrank [Oct 18, 2014 - 3:39 PM]: Blåîsé Mårîé: when you have enough scalps and are as anthologized as Whitman, you can demand yalp over yawp. In the meantime, kneedles to your knitting.
  • BitterCrank [Oct 18, 2014 - 3:34 PM]: Onomatopoeia ting ding bang clang dong bong gong ting ding bang bong gong bong bang ding ting ting ting
  • BitterCrank [Oct 17, 2014 - 2:01 AM]: Frank Herbert wrote the Dune series. His son has been cranking out prequels, penguins, sequels and sequins. I've enjoyed some of them. Guilty pleasures.
  • BitterCrank [Oct 11, 2014 - 10:54 PM]: IT'S OFFICIAL!!! According to the OECD, the American South is a shit hole. The best all-round places for Americans to live are New England, the Upper Midwest, Hawaii, or some other country.