MM- try not to catch anything

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  1. Ophiuchus

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    I wasn't sure if I should put this here or the humor thread, but I suppose it's a follow-up to the previous post. Limited edition Podesta playing card, please submit $500 USD to my account before saving, thank you.

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    Podesta is described as "a longtime advocate for government disclosure of UFO files."[23] Podesta has supported petitions by some who believe UFOs are alien spacecraft to the government to release files related to the subject. At a 2002 news conference organized by Coalition for Freedom of Information Podesta stated that, "It is time for the government to declassify records that are more than 25 years old and to provide scientists with data that will assist in determining the real nature of this phenomenon."[24]"

    Could this be an attempt to reveal sensitive starchild secrets? Make public their transports and therein cut off traffic to and from the planet? o_O

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    James Corden, recent host of the Grammies. Par isn't especially prominent. Pretty stereotypical owl front. Upwardnose chinproj verticalscrunch, rather pugnacious.
     
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    If the jews hadn't ruin my ability to upvote, I would have given you a +1 Nobilid.

    Some types should go straight into the hall of fame, there is no one who wouldn't call him a snake melon.
    Nice touch with the melon.

    Should name the Edenic Card Game "Fruit Salad".

    (nice feature the post saves, was about to post then my internet went down, the jews, again)
     
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    See, the Jews have oppressed me even worse--you're not going to believe this, but I've never even had the ability to upvote. I suspect this is a direct consequence of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, though I'm not 100% certain.

    I'll probably do a Nobilid card next and drop it off in the Humor Thread safe-space lest (((they))) once again try to interfere.
     
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    > I've never even had the ability to upvote.

    You should have it already, I just checked.
     
  6. Ophiuchus

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    Senator Chris Coons, or as he's known by some, "Bald Ginger Vampire Man".

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    He's got some serious Parietal Punching Power--almost Jacob Rothschild tier--but also some minor occipital protrusion. Still, I think his par and general writeprint are meloney enough for the inclusion to MM.


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    Something about those eyes just screams "MALTESE SERPENT PRIEST"
     
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    Plated forehead (I don't know how this affects the psyche but Vejiortan has defined its appearance well). Also chinproj.
     
  8. Ophiuchus

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    Otto von Bismarck, Owl Melon par excellence.



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    I will once again be drawing from Aeoli's blog posts for reference when giving the rundown on von Bismarck.

    He writes:


    I'd say this general description fits von Bismarck exceedingly well, being that the majority of pictures and paintings of him display him wearing some sort of military uniform, his nickname was "The Iron Chancellor" of Prussia, a country most famously described by Napoleon as being "hatched from a cannonball", and his most famous quote reads thusly:

    Then there is of course the fact that, when it came to his appearance, it's plain to see even to the most untrained eye that he was nothing less than a luxuriantly owloid individual:

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    Aeoli continues,

    It's easy to see that artist Franz von Lenbach got that same feeling of darkness when painting von Bismarck:

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    "Out a bit late, little fräulein?"


    Further expounding upon Owl Melon mental characteristics, Aeoli writes:


    Emphasizing the game theory aspect of this description, let's examine von Bismarck's professional and personal resume, especially his achievements in the most dangerous game of statecraft:


    Finally, we'll let the man speak for himself with a collection of quotes:

    ^always bringing things back to war

    ^always bringing things back to violence

    ^Germany = MT: National Edition

    ^game theory; understanding others


    TL;DR, Otto von Bismarck is one of the most owly owls to ever owl.
     
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  9. Kensuimo

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    Brigitte Bardot.


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    Adele. Looks surprisingly similar to Katy Perry. Bigeye, pretty considerable chin, upwardnose, asymm.

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    She has an affinity for wearing her hair in a very poofy fashion. Nonetheless two out of three of the above pics apparently depict bigpar, with hair down.
     
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    The chosen one. The Great Communicator. The man. The myth. The legend.

    Ronald Wilson Reagan (Throne name: "The Gipper" which translates roughly to "Righteous is the Mercy of Amun-Ra").

    This conservative pseudo-demigod, currently entombed in the Reagan Presidential Pyramid at the Valley of the Kings (known informally as Simi Valley, CA), epitomized the traditionalism/hierarchy/conservatism of old-fashioned Melon society, similar to von Bismarck before him. But whereas von Bismarck was steely and militant, Reagan was warmly charismatic.

    Shallow/Shallowish eye sockets and backswept parietal mass. Standard stuff.
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    Mentally his writeprint is unmistakable; Even in advanced age, Reagan was legendary for his charisma and mental quickness/agility/fluidity:








    h/t to The Onion for summing up his effect on the conservative zeitgeist better than I can:
    Reagan Pyramid Nears Completion | http://www.theonion.com/article/reagan-pyramid-nears-completion-1032

    Long may he reign in the afterworld
     
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  12. Kensuimo

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    He's crinklesock, so MS, technically (just my opinion).

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    I didn't want David Byrne to get lonely in the TT thread, so here's another arch-weirdo/genius musician, but this time in a much more melony mold: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

    His physical and autobiographical aspects are similar to fellow Germanic melonhead Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: both were born to families of high standing in the Holy Roman Empire in the mid-18th centruy, both shared the name "Wolfgang", both were game-changing geniuses in their respective fields (though Goethe, as the epicenter genius of the period, had talents that were arguably a bit more diversified). Both had large, expressive eyes set behind the teeth, lack of chin recession, a long nose "designed to look down on others", an aerodynamically-shaped skull; you know the rest.

    Both easily leveraged their talents to find favor with some noble court or another, though Mozart--despite having many friends and admirers in his native Salzburg--was more restless than Goethe and felt restricted in his role as Count Hieronymous von Colloredo's court musician, wishing to eventually compose operas. Goethe, by relative contrast, was within his first ten years at Duke Carl August's Saxe-Weimar court made a nobleman by said Duke, became a literary celebrity by age 25, was a member of Carl August's inner circle/privy council, sat on the war and highway commissions, assisted the Duke as a military observer during several battles against Revolutionary France, oversaw the reopening of silver mines in nearby Ilmenau, implemented a series of administrative reforms at the University of Jena, and just generally lived a more harmonious existence within the theocratic hierarchy of the Holy Roman Empire than did Mozart.

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    The film Amadeus, which chronicles Mozart's life, does a good job of encapsulating the absolute-madman-of-a-composer's impish, ridiculous personality (though if memory serves, it unfortunately leaves out his notorious/hilarious/insane scatalogically-focused letters to his father, wife, sister, family, friends, and basically anybody within trolling range. These letters numbered in the dozens and serve as a distilled, 190-proof example of long-form MM humor. The cover art of the film is also noteworthy for having a difficult-to-describe but unmistakably melony feel to it:

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    (I'll be following this post up with more musicians hailing from the other Edenic types--hopefully we'll have a proper ensemble going before too long).
     
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    Tom Cole looks like the creepy garbageman who eventually turns out to be a cannibalistic serial killer or something. He looks like he was created from an unsavory mixture of black mold, compost heap material, and the random bits of filth that accumulate under the refrigerator.

    He's got my vote!
     
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    Al Gore, the OG snake. Hooknose, not actually all that much lidding.

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    Looks rather similar to Bill Clinton in the young photo, actually.
     
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    Al Gore is a relatively non-degenerate specimen of this breed. Should have gone into finance with an IQ like his, must have emotional issues that make him need a lot of attention.
     
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    Judge Napolitano reimagined as a teamster.
     
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    I disagree that crinklesock is a dominant enough trait to qualify someone as S-front. Or at least, I doubt it.
     
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    Michael W. Ferguson: H. macrocephalus | http://michaelwferguson.blogspot.co.uk/p/blog-page_9997.html

    Edenic concepts independently verified by a high-IQ melon with a self-measured cranial capacity of 2,007cm^3; measurements of a few of his brilliant melon mates all yield +4sd volumes. His contention is that this represents modern sympatric speciation. Even mentions the 'thal occ in the comments. Most strikingly:

    "The four cases also all exhibited very significant brachycephaly which is likely an adaptation to the difficulty of birthing a head of large cross-sectional area"
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    In other words: my 160+ IQ friends all have enormous parietal lobes, which I believe is a bio mechanical adaptation to birthing. Realistically, it explains their ability to master intellectual fields based on symbolic abstraction in a heartbeat. I'm not saying we're the master race, but I really think it's in all your best interests to start building pyramids. See you later kids, I'm off to Peru!

    Convergence is fun, if a little eerie.
     
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