If you're here because I visited your profile; Hi, I'm John. Yes, I saw your profile. Chances are, I read the whole damn thing, as is my habit. If you're interested in talking, I'm all for it.
Now, because it's necessary to say up front; I am in a relationship. In fact, I have a fianceé. We have an open relationship and aren't likely to change that. There is a reason for the available status. If you want to know more about her, check out valancy17.
Now, on to the summary:
I am a thirty-something Geek, College student, Centrist, NPR fan, Reader amongst bits of arbitrary pigeonholing. Give me a flannel shirt and a PBR and I would look suspiciously hipster-ish, though oddly enough I have also been called a "Bro" on more than one occasion... Given my no pretenses admission of nerdiness, being called a bro is particularly confusing.
I'm a useful person to have around, this usefulness comes both in the form of useful tools carried and information. this is especially true in places I've had time to explore. I am also doggedly loyal to my friends, family and lovers.
I am also nigh allergic to dating site clichés. It's fine if you really do like to have fun (with Friends or without, though it is entirely redundant. If
You didn't enjoy it, it wouldn't be fun.) listen to music and in general think you are an easy going person, in fact, most people do all or most of those things however it must be asked if it's really necessary to mention in a dating profile given said redundancy?