Here is where I attempt to describe myself in just enough detail to make myself sound like an awesome and relatable human being you would like to meet. Should be easy enough; I AM awesome and relatable! And human!
I'm a lifetime card-carrying geek. This includes science, pop culture, sci-fi, and video/board/tabletop gaming geekery - I like to dabble in a little of everything. Thus, my life these days includes Dungeons and Dragons, board game nights, frequent reading of Wikipedia, and academic discussions on intellectual topics ranging from the physiological differences between various methods of taking cocaine to the question of how crabs breathe. (They have gills at the base of their legs. They can absorb oxygen as long as those gills remain wet.)
I am neither an introvert nor an extrovert. I reject your neat boxes of personality categorization. As much as I fit a whole bunch of nerd stereotypes, you're just as likely to find me out drinking (high quality craft) beer, climbing rocks, or doing bar trivia (which I totally suck at) as having a quiet night in. I like to have the best of both worlds.
I consider "tradition" to be a dirty word, and I consider pragmatism to be among the highest virtues. Why yes, I am part robot; why do you ask?
My primary weapons of humor are snark, sarcasm, wordplay, and obscure references that nobody gets. I don't mind getting into deep philosophical or political discussions, but I'm trying to learn to back off when appropriate. I am willing to listen to the other side of an argument, and I will happily admit when I am wrong or when I have made a mistake.
Politically, I am a bleeding-heart liberal. Fundamentally, I recognize that all people are not born with the same abilities or opportunities. However, all people deserve the same shot at happiness and fulfillment. This simple principle drives most of my political beliefs. So naturally, I support things like universal healthcare, public education, public funding for the arts and sciences, and dismantling the social systems that enforce tribalism and an "us vs. them" mentality, including religion, racism, and war. Fox News would call me a radical socialist, but then that's probably just because I'm somewhere to the left of Cliven Bundy.
If someone accused me of being a social justice warrior, they wouldn't be entirely wrong. I support feminism, racial justice, treating trans* individuals with respect and dignity, supporting individuals with mental illness, etc. I don't expect a pat on the back for holding these views - they ought to be considered the bare minimum requirements for not being an utter shithead - but the public dialogue in the world today indicates that apparently these are opinions that need to be expressed, and can't simply be taken for granted.
As such, I will note that I am friendly to those with mental or physical disabilities (including social anxiety or depression), trans* and non-binary people, and anyone else who does not fit into all the "default" check-boxes of an American human.