ThomCat About


I am just a fun loving passionate older versatile bottom who feels like I have a 30 y/o brain in a older body. Been blessed with good genes and I am told I do not look or act my age. I am a lover of body contact, deep kissing and the art of seduction. Anyone who takes the time to seduce me will have to set and take some deep breathes when I get done with them.

I love being out in my yard and in nature. Enjoy making new friends that are serious about being friends; also enjoy gay campgrounds and any where else where me and friends can be naked and have fun.

I must admit I normally prefer meeting new men in neutral locations to prevent either of us from being embarrassed

Basic Information

Into Guys40 to 99
Here forDating, Friends, Networking, Action / Sex
Sexual positionVersatile / Bottom
EthnicityWhite / Caucasian
Body typeAverage
Height5' 11"
Weight175 lbs
EducationCollege graduate
ChildrenProud parent
OccupationActively retired and loving it.


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Oct 28 at 11:52am


Shared publicly - Oct 27 at 5:08pm
"They say the world has become too complex for simple answers. They are wrong."

Ronald Reagan, 1964


Oct 27 at 4:57pm
Posted a blog ... Now You Know


Oct 25 at 8:09am
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Oct 24 at 7:17am
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Profile Comments


Oct 25 at 1:27pm
When witches go riding,

And black cats are seen,

The moon laughs and whispers,

'tis near Halloween.


Sep 17 at 9:22pm
"Some dreams are in the night time

And some seem like yesterday

But leaves turn brown and fade

Ships sail away

You long to say a thousand words

But seasons change"


Aug 27 at 8:15am


Aug 14 at 11:45pm
Reality needs to be STOPPED in this country

And HER is just the one to do that

And they will never catch HER


Jul 4 at 3:47am
"We mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor”

To the signers of the Declaration of Independence, their lives were not sacred. Their fortunes were not sacred. They appear to have fully realized that the only thing likely to endure an armed rebellion, if it came to that, would be the ideas, beliefs and faith that formed the philosophical heart of what we today call liberty.

Remember that reality. Remember those who strive to stifle our Liberty must themselves be stymied from their blatant schemes .

When men must defend their own Liberty, remember Lexington and Concord and all since, whether fighting with guns or pens and votes - - - what was begun 240 years ago is still alive and needs us all

For all the signers, the one thing that was sacred was their honor. That was the gift they hoped to leave for future generations. There is no honor in taking from others or in subjecting others to pain, suffering and tyranny. Honorable men have the ability to see tyranny and the backbone to stand against it, though all they own may be taken from them as they fight by whatever means necessary to ensure liberty for themselves and their fellow citizens. There is no more honorable pursuit than the cause of liberty for the common good. This is what I think of on Independence Day.


Jun 26 at 5:38pm
Called out from the west end of the back of the room row to the east end of the back of the room row... Thank you for rebefriending me ...



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May 27 at 9:11am