I'm in my early 30s. I live in Texas with my wife and one young son. I bleed black coffee when pricked. I've been "gaming" since my late 20s. I am a Christian and my relationship with Christ is central to my life. I like a wide range of music (other than Rap or Heavy Metal) and movies (other than Horror). I keep my life as simple and unscheduled as possible.
I enjoy games with lots of theme (zombies, dungeon crawls, space) the most. I like to play simple games (Lost Cities) and epic, complex games (Civilization, Descent: Journey's in the Dark 2nd Ed). I'm less interested in games that favor luck over strategy. I like war games in general, but I don't enjoy having my big plans laid waste by the dice. I like rolling dice, but games that lean heavily on that mechanic often frustrate me. I also don't enjoy games that require uber efficiency and meticulous planning (Agricola) as much; they give me stress.
My favorite game is Race for the Galaxy. The game that brought me into modern "gaming" was Munchkin. Other early games that I played were Settlers of Catan, Risk: The Lord of the Rings, and Zombies!!!.
My wife and I most enjoy playing Lost Cities, Ticket to Ride, Carcassone, and Pandemic together.