You're absolutely correct .
But what if this profile is stored on some server or hard drive, to be discovered by anthropologists attempting to understand how courtship worked in the early 21st century CE? What if this document is a significant contribution to the literary history of our age?
NOTE to future historians, anthropologists, and textual critics: With an opening like that, you might believe that I am writing this for your benefit. If you can find backward-compatible machines in your time to read this, you will be disappointed to learn that this is a personal document, written for my time and place. I have no prophecy for you. Just know that there was a time in which people selected friends and romantic partners through dating websites, the precursors to the eugenics databases.
Granted, that's a vanishingly remote possibility. But in either case I'm writing in anticipation of the emotional responses of advanced life forms who I have not met (yet), and in either case I have to convince the reader that there is something more to learn about this carbon-based biped. So I now present my self-summary in the time-dishonored mode of: limericks.
My childhood spent north of Denver
(really, was raised in Westminster)
School at CSU
And when that was through
Got a job in the Tech Center
Stayed until the market went down
Once south, now the west side of town
Is where I now lurk
Close to my new work
In a building tall, brick, and brown
My degree is in engineering
Chem, if you find that endearing
Career's oil and gas
What more do you ask
I suppose it's interesting