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Disclaimer on Identity
We all struggle to define ourselves -- a struggle which I find largely unnecessary. I think identity is more a relic of our evolutionary past, when we had to fill roles in our social groups. This made sense at a tribal level, with few enough people and specific enough tasks that our brains could reasonably model the entire group. In fact, according to Dunbar's number (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunbar's_number) the size of our social groups is directly linked to the size of our brains. And our brains have not grown significantly, but we live in cities with millions, rather than tribes with dozens.
I don't neatly fit into common categories. I clearly tend geeky, but have had social circles including Church-going ultimate frisbee players (despite being an atheist), pothead Wiccans and anarchists (despite being incredibly studious and socialist), Vegas partiers, of course gamers and the oddball off here (I'm definitely an oddball). Lists are never comprehensive, but hopefully you get the idea -- I'm socially flexible.
I tend to define myself more by my philosophical thoughts than my social roles. I will geek out over any scientific discussion, and doggedly pursue world news (with a rather damning view of humanity, but that's another story). Of course I have a passionate (scientific) understanding of politics and religion (the "weighty matters"), but find most of those social groups discussed earlier too fragile for such contentious topics.