I should also mention upfront that I had a vasectomy when I was 24, so if no desire for offspring production is a deal breaker, you should focus on other fellows.
I bet you've never met anybody like me, though you may have seen similar characters on The Big Bang Theory. I can be serious, aloof, and introverted, but I can also be talkative, passionate, and downright ebullient. I have a strong sense of identity and know who I am.
I'm here to find an attractive woman who happens to be an attractive person. Attractive women can be nice (sometimes; depends on how much they know about Star Wars), but attractive people are the best.
Female companionship is wonderful, but I also experience notable quantities of enjoyment from outdoor exploration, fantastic scenery (Montana's Rockies, Utah's canyonlands, Oregon's deserts, etc.), wildlife viewing, filmmaking, dinosaurs, writing, and just from learning amazing things in general. Ecology, paleontology, history, astrophysics--it's all good stuff worth further study.
Intellectual enrichment is important to me. I love learning and often ponder associations and explanations for whatever is around me. I also have strong feelings about what I like. To quote Theodore Roosevelt: "The joy of living is his who has the heart to demand it."
Moreover, I follow politics, have clear views on major national issues, and keep up with the news. That often does not make me happy, but I find value in being an informed, aware citizen.
Additionally, as my favorite movie/TV show list indicates, I possess robust geekitude for exceptional examples of multimedia entertainment. I'm a walking Indiana Jones and Star Wars encyclopedia. I can also quote Westerns in an instant.
From 1916-1920, Indiana Jones rode with Pancho Villa, fought in World War I, and started earning an archaeology PhD at The University of Chicago.
The Millennium Falcon was a YT-1300 Corellian light freighter, Han Solo's first girlfriend was Bria Tharen, and wookiees can live for 600 years.
"What about your will? What about your horse's will? Seems to me that's what will get you across a finish line. Only then is it written."