Oh, you want more? Well... if a slab of text is too much, let the eye drift down to the bullet points if you like.
At base I'm... hmm. Put it this way - I look like a big burly guy, no? There are photos of me riding a bike in lycra, lifting weights in extremely attractive gym attire and so on. But I'm not really terribly sporty. The glasses are a clue - I'm more of a softy. So I'm an intellectual brute. Or an athletic aesthete.
Let's try another way - I'm a professional permaculture designer, tend to vote for the Greens and used to live in a cohousing community. But unlike most permies I'm an ethical omnivore... actually, essentially a carnivore really. I eat to fuel my training, because that's important to me.
One of my primary foci as a designer is integrated animal systems in urban agriculture with perennial food plants. At the same time, seeing boxes of annual vegies in wicking beds makes me want to weep - aesthetics is important to me, as is using permaculture to enrich the soil, not just providing vegies for minimal effort.
All of which is to say... like everyone, I'm complex and contradictory, but do my best to be as simple, lighthearted and joyful as possible. I try to be me as much as I possibly can.
I point this out as it may be more important to some people in this context - I generally identify as non-monogamous, or polyamorous. As of this writing though, in practical terms I've never been in a sexual relationship with more than one person simultaneously. It just hasn't worked out that way. One day it probably will, but it's not really the point. I've certainly been in love with more than one person at once, and will be again. If you have a moment, Wendy-O-Matik and her idea of 'Radical Love' captures some of my position here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNbJ4QB7JHI
If you'd prefer some pigeon-holes:
I'm a cyclist who races (track sprint - really really fast) but not professionally;
I'm a permaculture designer;
I'm a philosopher;
I'm an (un)published writer;
I'm a powerlifter.
I appear to be a very p-person. And there were no bullet points, just a list. I hope this is not traumatic for anybody.