It occurred to me that I should also mention: if I saved you to my favorites and you haven't heard from me, it was because I was interested in talking to you but didn't have the time to message you properly, and was concerned I'd forget. I'm not a creepy guy, just absent-minded. :)
I love new experiences, but I'm not opposed to surfing the couch. If you can't hold your own in a conversation, if you're afraid to speak your mind or stand up for what you believe in (even if others find it insipid or ridiculous), then we might not get along. I've learned not to trust physical attraction as the sole indicator of potential - there's nothing worse than sitting down with someone you think you're interested in, only to realize you have no long-term potential based on who they really are. I'm slowly moving into adulthood, but I refuse to give up the better aspects of being a child - to paraphrase XKCD, I'm an adult, and I get to decide what that (being an adult) means. (http://xkcd.com/150/)It's an interesting metamorphosis, and though it's far from easy, I believe I'm on the right track.
I am insightful, gregarious, and more than a little nerdy. I don't have what the politicians call "traditional values," and I think that I'm better off for it. It sometimes seems as though we all might be better off if we could be a little less tied to tradition (not that it has to be outright abandoned, I've just never been one of those "Do it because it's what's always been done" kinda guys). I'm a recovering conservative (more than ten years clean), though I'm pretty sure I was just a confused libertarian at the time. I'm a progressive now, and while I certainly (probably) won't judge you (outwardly) based on your political leanings, it seems only fair to let you know in advance that I have a (bad?) habit of questioning sacred cows. It should also be noted, however, that I tend to question everything, I'm no one's sheep, and no, I don't think it's a bad thing. To quote Carl Sagan, "Better the cold truth than a warm fantasy."