First few paragraphs didn't hook me as being relevant, but I finished it -- minus the comments. Those are just too much.
I have to think about it more. The suggestion is I'm probably not much exposed to Red Team, at least not Type Specimens. It's a good context.
strong evangelical religious beliefs: N
opposing gay marriage: N
owning guns: N
eating steak: N, I mean I have, but I'm mostly a vegetarian
drinking Coca-Cola: Diet Mt. Dew/Kickstarts
watching lots of TV:about None
enjoying American football:God no
conspicuously upset about terrorists and commies: Not really
marrying early, divorcing early: No
shouting “USA IS NUMBER ONE!!!”: No
listening to country music:Sometimes. But probably listening to John Denver sing about how bad hunting is doesn't count.
supporting gay rights:Y
thinking guns are barbaric:Y
eating arugula:N, don't know what that is
drinking fancy bottled water: N
driving Priuses:if I could afford it
reading lots of books: yes, hundreds
being highly educated:not formally (because it feels like a class system), but I try
mocking American football: don't care enough
feeling vaguely like they should like soccer but never really being able to get into it: kinda
getting conspicuously upset about sexists and bigots: a bit
marrying later: marrying never
constantly pointing out how much more civilized European countries are than America:it feels that way sometimes
listening to “everything except country”:I don't actually hate country
Dawkins-style atheism: comes off as a bit too hard on religion
vague annoyance that the question of gay rights even comes up: no
eating paleo: ?
drinking Soylent: good stuff
calling in rides on Uber:No, but I don't have a car
reading lots of blogs: Not really.
calling American football “sportsball”:?
getting conspicuously upset about the War on Drugs and the NSA: I don't like them
listening to filk – "Filk is a little-known genre of folk music composed and performed by science-fiction fans" -- didn't know that existed. Always wanted to create science/tech folk songs, but I have very little...time and talent.