In the interest of getting the important stuff out of the way up front: I'm poly, and not unattached. I'm married, and I have a couple of other partners.
That doesn't mean I'm unavailable. I like meeting new people, both in the interest of sex and just because I like people. If we click, I can make time for you. If we don't click, then no worries.
I have two kids. They live with me part time (less during the school year, just because of scheduling). My ex-wife and I have a perfectly stable friendship and we raise the kiddos together. My kids are the most important thing to me. If you don't have kids, that's fine. If you don't want kids, that's also fine. If you don't like kids, probably best to pass me by.
I'm a gamer. To clarify: I enjoy video games (at present, Assassins' Creed is my time sink, though Rock Band is another favorite). Gaming-wise, though, my real passion is roleplaying games of the table-top variety. I've been playing them since I was 11 and I've been writing such games professionally since...what, 1998?
I'm bisexual. My "type" for guys, though, is pretty different than my preferences for women. But really, let's take things on a case by case basis.
I'm a foodie. I love to cook. If you ping me and we click, I'll probably invite you to come over and have dinner. No expectations there, except to meet my wife and my dogs and see how we click.
Still with me? OK, then. If at any point you decide, "hey, this bald guy is OK by me," send me a message and we'll go from there.
My wife and I run an RPG company called Growling Door Games. You can check us out here.
And beyond that...I watch movies, I play games, I cook, I try and teach my kids that life is awesome. Stuff like that.
Books: Watership Down, Stranger in a Strange Land, Van Gogh's Bad Cafe, the Dresden Files.
Movies: Shawshank Redemption, The Incredibles, The Lost Boys, most slasher flicks, and hundreds of others. I'm a movie buff.
TV: Leverage, Dexter, Blackadder, The Muppet Show, Chopped, Iron Chef America.
Food: Yes. I love to cook.
-Coffee (well, "never" is a strong word, but really, it's a vice)