I'm 64, but people tell me I don't look a day over 63.
Because I like to dance West Coast Swing, which is done to today's pop music, I'm in the odd position of being a middle-aged guy who knows who Lady Gaga is. (Normally I don't admit that; I just keep a Poker Face. Heh.)
Basically I'm a philosopher who's worked in the performing arts, someone who loves a good conversation on just about any topic and then likes to go show off onstage. I teach a couple of classes each week, narrate books (look me up on Audible.com), play the piano, dance, read, watch action-adventure series on TV, write letters to the editor, play Words with Friends, Sudoku, Kenken and Chess, manage two blogs, go out late to look for meteors ... you know, the usual stuff.
(To hear a podcast of me doing a narration, click on this link: http://www.airsla.org/broadcasts/Smithsonian161003.mp3 )
Politically I'm an odd combo of a conservative and a liberal, so I'm likely to agree with about half of what you believe.
(See more at http://jimhull.wordpress.com/ )
( http://jimhull.com/vampire_novel.html ) -- I happen to like that book a lot.
I enjoy rock, and some jazz and world beat, and classical. The greatest number of songs from any one band on my iPod are by The Beatles. But there are also several by Sade. What can I say? I'm eclectic.