I'm just another engineer who likes to travel around the world; volunteers both here and abroad; spends way to much time on 'projects' at the house; goes into the mountains for hiking, biking, and skiing; and goes into Denver for music, museums, friends, and a change in pace. Nowhere but my hometown of Boulder would this be considered common. Based on this website, I'm evidently uncommon in this town as I don't rock climb, practice yoga, nor have I been on the Inca Trail. As there are few other places that I'd like to live, I consider myself fortunate and am thankful for everyday that I can see the mountains and live in this wondrous state.
To follow the lead... my Myers-Briggs is IN[F,T]P (the F and T are typically 48% or 52% and bounce back and forth regularly)
I'm a semi-active Progressive/NALT Christian who is distressed at how the alleged spokesmen of Christianity portray the faith as a judgmental, hate-based, misogynistic/sexist, and strictly dogmatic.