I don't think people are defined by what they do, or who they say that they are, or their hobbies. I think people are defined by what they think, what they say, and the feelings of other people toward them. With each passing day, it becomes harder and harder to pigeon-hole specific individuals into one set or another, and that just goes to show that people are who they are, not who they SAY they are.
That having been said, I've still got to say a little about myself, so here goes...
During the day, I'm a warehouse manager slash computer support guy for a medical equipment company. I ships the scapels that makes the people fall down.
Nights and weekends, I'm a professional chef for an upscale catering company. Also, but less so, a secret shopper, exit interviewer, logistics consultant, house cleaner, waiter, eBay marketer, or whatever else strikes my fancy.
I live in St. Louis, MO and am a rabid Cardinals fan. If you don't know who they are, I feel sorry for you.
I drink boring American swill beer, with great civic pride. Augie Busch must be supported.
I used to play bass in many local punk bands. I don't do this anymore, mostly due to having a job. I don't really have time to play jazz bass the way I'd like to, either, so my SN may be misrepresentation. I still got skills though.
I listen to odd music. Community Radio, roots, old crooners, NPR, punk, ska, klezmer, old-record blues, chicago/electric blues, americana, electronica (although sparingly), post-modern classical, and, of course, pre-hard-bop jazz. Kind of Blue is my favorite album.