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  1. glosoli

    glosoli Well-Known Member Typed

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    Facial profile is almost identical to mine. Spooky.
     
  2. Kensuimo

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    Neil Patrick Harris' clone and a longface TM.

     
  3. Kensuimo

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    Rosario Dawson. Looks like Angelina Jolie. Moderate lidding, widespace, chinproj.

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    Thandie Newton. Biggisheye widespace, some depth. Imperious as hell when she wants to be.
     
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  7. Ophiuchus

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    @Nottuh

    It appears the Mystery Melon at the Al Smith dinner is one James P. MacGilvray, who, unsurprisingly, sits on the Board of Directors for the Al Smith Foundation along with at least one other such ostensibly charitable organization. Pic related:

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    There are scarce few images of him available online and nothing in profile. The closest I've found is this:

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    The only images I could find of him in profile were screencaps taken from the video of Trump's now-infamous (read: legendary) barn-burner of a speech from the Smith dinner. Witness:

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    It looks like most of the parietal mass is concentrated toward the center of his cranium. I'm still pretty new to this whole face-reading thing, but wouldn't he be classified as a "bulbhead"? And I believe that the central protrusion indicates a universalist rather than tribal worldview.

    A more universalist, inclusive worldview would certainly make sense if this image from twitter is anything to go by. He appears to be a big fan of sponsoring elite private Catholic school educations for what appear to be, shall we say, individuals of the r-selected persuasion:

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    This is a complete Thal-o-caust. Thanks, Jim!
     
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    Why do they turn so red in each others company? I prefer the Patrick Stewart side of the color spectrum, less hysterical.
     
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  9. Son of Distant Trebizond

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    Was walking my native streets today when, rounding a corner, I came face to face with a monster:

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    (Surprise, little water-vole!)

    By the time I had recovered enough to reach for my hand-axe, he had hobbled on; just some other heavy-lidded reptilian. No doubt it behoves an aspiring hegemon to walk unseen among the peons from time to time.

    What's a chap to do? I've heard that once one of these guys moves in, you've lost your neighbourhood. Give the little rascals a week, and your entire damn country's a write-off.
     
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  10. Kensuimo

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    Hooknose + widespace. If I recall that was the setup of one Bob Filner.
     
  11. Ophiuchus

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    Maltese prime minister and globalist bureaucrat Joseph Muscat. I first noticed him in an article originally shared by Koanic via Gab. The combination of this guy's physical appearance and political outlook struck my mind like a thunderbolt.

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    Startling parietal outgrowth? Check. Intense, mad gleam in the eye? Check. Megalomaniacal worldview and political aptitude to boot? Check and check.

    Here he is in profile. There doesn't really look to be any one area where his parietal lobe protrudes most noticeably, so I'm not sure what exact species he is of genus Melonheadia.

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    His masculine, lantern-jawed thumos is reminiscent of Mussolini--though this guy seems sleazier, somehow.

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    "Hey, kid... you wanna build a one-world government?"


    A pretty interesting specimen overall, I'd say.
     
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  12. Son of Distant Trebizond

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    Behold the megalomaniacal fish-eyes of the Globalist. That's a gaze I know well; I went to school with such head-cases.

    Shinzo abe has some spectacular lidding:

    President Bush And Mrs. Bush Host Japanese P.M. At White House Photos and Images | Getty Images | http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/event/president-bush-and-mrs-bush-host-japanese-p-m-at-white-house-73969399?#president-george-w-bush-smiles-as-he-walks-with-japanese-prime-abe-picture-id73991662

    Seems to have back swept parietal mass, perhaps even bordering on fauxcippital:

    China's Xi, Japan's Abe hold meeting - Xinhua | English.news.cn | http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/china/2014-11/10/c_133778490.htm

    Also expresses some hook nose, which is impressive for an Asian.
     
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    Another angle of Joseph Muscat:

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  14. Ophiuchus

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    Top kek

    I'll say. Also, check out the dome on Xi:

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    I think they're having a melon-off. Xi appears to be winning, hence the slightly submissive body language from Abe.

    Reading this immediately reminded me of the girl who played Gogo Yubari in Kill Bill Vol. 1, Japanese actress/model Chiaki Kuriyama, who displays probably the most pronounced case of hook nose I've seen on an Asian:

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    Incidentally, check out dat parietal mass:

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    Domo arigato, Mrs. Meron-top-o.
     
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    This ain't over yet; fear the Great Parietal from Beyond the Sea...

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    She's also got a ferocious jaw line. Can picture her atop a pyramid, doing unspeakable things...

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    This is how you get an Edenist's pupils dilated.
     
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  16. Kensuimo

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    Usher. Reasonably humane looking bigpar, aside from the downwardnose. Possible outercover. Primarily backcone, with a touch of backswept. He resembles Pharrell Williams, Denzel Washington, and Jamie Foxx, all of whom have been typed as TM.

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  17. Ophiuchus

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    Between Trump solidifying/renewing relations with Japan and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer dressing as a Gundam, I wholly expect to have an army of fully-operational Mobile Suits by 2020.

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    I'd say it pretty handily explains his combination of dancing/athletic ability, musical talent, acting ability and charisma.
     
  18. Robotnick

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    The hook nose and the protruding bottom lip give me the impression of "nasty girl". Without those two features I'd find her a lot more attractive.

    I've read somewhere that: prominent top lip = Good character.... Prominent bottom lip = Bad Character... Probably an over-generalization, but I suspect it's not entirely baseless.
     
  19. Kensuimo

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    Owly McOwlfeather, sometimes referred to as Chris Pine.

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    Upwardnose backswept.
     
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    Snaky McSnakefang, sometimes referred to as John Podesta. He checks nearly every box outlined in Aeoli Pera's seminal blog post on the topic, and fits the overall profile of the type so perfectly it's startling.

    From the side we see noticeable--but not staggering--par predominance with no real occ to speak of. Socket depth is difficult to discern with his glasses in the way (I couldn't find a publicly available picture of him without glasses), but it's clear that they don't have much depth.

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    From the front we see a veritable smorgasbord of un-altruistic attributes.

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    "I'm happy because you're sad!"


    For some perspective, I'll review the physical traits of Snake Melons that Aeoli outlines in his original post as I go. He writes:

    "They have largish hooked noses..."

    Check, see the top picture.

    "...angular faces with high cheekbones and pointed chins..."

    Podesta's zygomata aren't particularly extrusive, but the angular face and pointy chin are certainly present.

    "...smallish heads..."

    Check. Podesta's parietal is there, yet overall his cranium seems to be on the average side.

    "...slight builds (short, and generally ectomorphic although they are often fat and fleshy)..."

    Check in both cases. John for the former and his brother Tony for the latter.

    "...heavy lidding of the eyes..."

    Check.

    "and a generally snake-like appearance that is hard to miss."

    Check and check. Podesta's serpentine physical appearance is nearly impossible to overlook, right down to his exaggeratedly prominent canine teeth.


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    "Just remember, kids--phrenology isn't real."


    Podesta doesn't just fit the Serpentic Parietoid archetype physically. A profile of his personal and professional history gives the impression of someone in Washington who had read Aeoli's blog post and decided to LARP as a Snake Melon:

    "They have excellent memory recall, are highly attentive to immediate sensory stimuli, and are generally quite perceptive of social dynamics and have an intuitive sense for large-scale societal movements."

    You mean like Neoliberal egalitarianism?

    "This gives rise to connoisseurship (wine, food, and entertainment)"

    Podesta's obsession with fine dining was the original impetus of the #SpiritCooking and later #Pizzagate investigative phenomena--but that's a topic for another time.

    "...history, poetry, cultural commentary with stilted prose, breeding and lineage (both human and animal), and of course finance and politics."

    Emphasis on "politics", a field in which Podesta has been one of the most reliable heavy lifters in Washington for years.

    "They do not appreciate visual art except for the historical and iconographic aspects, which may be discussed aloud to garner prestige. Therefore, their taste in clothing and decoration is determined primarily by expense (where more expensive is better), and somehow manages to be both plain and garish, and usually ill-fitting."

    The Podesta brothers' hideous art collections are the stuff of legend at this point, and Tony's neckties in the picture I posted above both speak for themselves.

    "Their weakness is in their extreme reliance on instinct, their insularity, and thus their inability to adapt."

    Concomitant with his seemingly average encephalization quotient, Podesta isn't exactly +4SD. All of his accounts' passwords were so simplistically dad-tier and easy to guess that the degenerates on 4chan's /pol/ board quickly and successfully did so multiple times.

    "Thus, they are most powerful during peacetime, prosperity, and stability, and relatively powerless to overcome adversity or survive privation and upheaval."

    I'm not sure I can picture Johnny P. fighting his way to the top of anything other than a corrupt, stagnant bureaucracy bloated on postwar prosperity and dysgenic spiritual softness.

    To conclude, I think Mr. Podesta serves as a wonderful specimen of an Edenic subtype--but a very poor specimen of humanity overall.














     
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