So I suppose that I should use the word "I," quite frequently...
I like to play Devil's advocate. I like to ask difficult questions, and I like to think that I am able to understand contrasting viewpoints. I indulge in hyperbole and metaphors. I hold logic, evidence, and reason in very high regard. I am probably more honest than is considered socially preferable. I try to be witty, but sometimes it comes off pretty awkward. I don't mind admitting that--it is a character flaw that I am comfortable with.
I'm also a geek, and I like using big words and sarcasm.
I run. I golf. I'm always open to spending time outdoors. I will go camping with you if that's your thing. I know how to build a fire, and I'm decent with a charcoal grill. I'm no great cook or even a remotely competant one at that, but I know a couple of recipes and I like to improvise.
I am from the midwest--which makes me an outsider here. My high school was in between two cornfields. I have probably never heard of your favorite restaurant.
I enjoy questioning the system, the man, the process, the tradition. I have been that way since I was a kid. "Because it's the law," and "Because we have always done it that way," are not acceptable answers to me.
I have an objective approach when it comes to politics, and if debate is on the table, I'm down. I can use the practice.