Instead, I'll describe my mild-mannered, but still intriguing cover persona.
I'm fiercely intellectual, but appreciate the basic senses. Education is very important to me, yet I'm the first in three generations without a graduate degree. I'm an athletic geek.
Now let me step right in here and stop myself. We all get the dichotomy, and needn't be coddled. Yes? OK. (See how useful an imaginary alter ego can be?)
Back to the banally illuminating exposition. I'm interested in a great many things, and I always enjoy learning new ideas and skills. I drive really fast around a race track and I hack on computers. (I teach the former.) I've been fascinated by astronomy, photography, and music for as long as I can remember. And even better, I enjoy a good, ponderous slacking. Or I'd love to hear your thoughts on the latest discoveries in cosmology. Your choice.
I'm tall and fit, and I enjoy bicycling, inline skating, and Bikram yoga. Want to strap on a pair of skates and zip around a park with me? Or maybe we could hit a salsa club.
I'm fairly social; I enjoy a good party. I love hanging out with anyone I can learn something from. But I also love sharing my knowledge and experience. I had a fantastic time at raves, back when those were still a thing. The coffee shop atmosphere (you know, the kind where they have big, squishy chairs and poetry nights) can be quite enjoyable, too.
I'm a Mac user. I think all heroes, super or not, are. Haven't you noticed that in the movies?
I am approachable, enthusiastic, and slackful