TT - catch them all

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  1. Thalmoses

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    Post TTs you find in the wild.

    Earring-nerd, I choose you!



    I'm referring to Linus, the tech guru in the black T-shirt featured for most of the video. He appears to be a superb specimen of humane intelligence.
     
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    "I just throw a shit ton of vegetables and meat in a pot and eat that for a few days."

    MY MAN

    "I buy thigh bones to make bone broth soup stock"

    FUCKING GENIOUS

    "I throw the fat out of my bone marrow soup stock"

    YOU'RE DEAD TO ME
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    A repost of two guys from the Big Face Reading Thread on Altrugenics on phBB:

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    Two Arch-Thal guys that should provide a good template for identifying Arch-Thal features and facial size.

    They mainly differ from Classical West European Neanderthals around the eye area (eyes not deep-set). They might more closely resemble West Asian Neanderthals (Shanidar Neanderthals, Amud 1), which had non-Neanderthal admixture.
     
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    John T. Scopes

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    "Scopes was born in 1900 on a farm in Paducah, Kentucky where he was reared before moving to Danville, Illinois as a teenager. In 1917 he moved to Salem, Illinois where he was a member of the class of 1919 at Salem High School.[1] He attended the University of Illinois for a short time before leaving for health reasons. He earned a degree at the University of Kentucky in 1924, with a major in law and a minor in geology.[2] Scopes moved to Dayton where he took a job as the Rhea County High School's football coach and occasionally filled in as substitute teacher when regular members of the staff were off work.[3]

    Scopes's involvement in the so-called Scopes Monkey Trial came about after the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) announced that it would finance a test case challenging the constitutionality of the Butler Act if they could find a Tennessee teacher willing to act as a defendant.

    A band of businessmen in Dayton, Tennessee, led by engineer and geologist George Rappleyea, saw this as an opportunity to get publicity for their town and approached Scopes. Rappleyea pointed out that while the Butler Act prohibited the teaching of human evolution, the state required teachers to use the assigned textbook, Hunter's Civic Biology (1914), which included a chapter on evolution. Rappleyea argued that teachers were essentially required to break the law. When asked about the test case, Scopes was initially reluctant to get involved, but after some discussion he told the group gathered in Robinson's Drugstore, "If you can prove that I've taught evolution and that I can qualify as a defendant, then I'll be willing to stand trial."[4]

    By the time the trial had begun, the defense team included Clarence Darrow, Dudley Field Malone, John Neal, Arthur Garfield Hays and Frank McElwee. The prosecution team, led by Tom Stewart, included brothers Herbert Hicks and Sue K. Hicks, Wallace Haggard, father and son pairings Ben and J. Gordon McKenzie, and William Jennings Bryan and William Jennings Bryan Jr. Bryan[who?] had spoken at Scopes's high school commencement and remembered the defendant laughing while he was giving the address to the graduating class six years earlier.

    The case ended on July 21, 1925, with a guilty verdict, and Scopes was fined $100. The case was appealed to the Tennessee Supreme Court. In a 3-1 decision written by Chief Justice Grafton Green the Butler Act was held to be constitutional, but the court overturned Scopes's conviction on a technicality: the judge had set the fine instead of the jury. The Butler Act remained until May 18, 1967, when it was repealed by the Tennessee legislature.

    Scopes may have actually been innocent of the crime to which his name is inexorably linked. After the trial Scopes admitted to reporter William Kinsey Hutchinson "I didn't violate the law," (DeCamp p. 435) explaining that he had skipped the evolution lesson, and that his lawyers had coached his students to go on the stand; the Dayton businessmen had assumed he had violated the law. Hutchinson did not file his story until after the Scopes appeal was decided in 1927.

    After the trial Scopes accepted a scholarship for graduate study in geology at the University of Chicago. He then did geological field work in Venezuela for Gulf Oil of South America. There he met and married his wife, Mildred, and was baptized in the Roman Catholic Church. In 1930, he returned to the University of Chicago for a third year of graduate study. After two years without professional employment, he took a position as a geologist with the United Gas Corporation, for which he studied oil reserves. He worked, in Houston, Texas then in Shreveport, Louisiana, until he retired in 1963.[5]

    He died on October 21, 1970 in Shreveport, Louisiana at the age of 70.[6][7]"
    (Wikipedia)
     
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    Chelsea/Bradley Manning.

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    La Roux's singer Elly Jackson.

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    Looks a lot like Tilda Swinton. Probably mouse (T/S)(T/S), occ temps crinkle depth.
     
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    Claude DeBussy, composer. Music characterized by lack of melodic progression: significantly reduced parietal mass leads to less imposed order.

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    Dead ringer for Peter Dinklage. Probably x(T/S): looks like a hobbit and it's not just the height.
     
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    Amud, possible aspie.
     
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    Downwardnose (deliberateness, sometimes pessimism, sometimes exploitation) widespace (other centered).
     
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    Neil Gorsuch. Widespace bigeye verticalscrunch.

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    Clay Marzo, sperg surfer. Was the best in the world at one point. Has since dropped out, and tends his garden.

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    Interesting body shape. He has a torso like a toothpaste tube.
     
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    That profile's a tad ambiguous.

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    He seems to actually be MT. Definitely elongated midface, though. That would certainly contribute to mastery of a practice.

    My go-to tool for profiles is a search with their name and "interview". Sometimes you actually have to watch the interview for a good profile.
     
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    I played a badminton match against the university side tonight. My opposite number was a true TT, ginger hair to boot.
    Very deep sockets. I don't have a photo, but had a little chat with him between games, he was a nervous talker initially, but when he got going he was very enthusiastic, especially about his family (we were talking about sport). He's studying to be a primary school teacher. I fear even little kids would eat him alive. Bless him, such a grim future awaits, he's blissfully unaware of it now. Match result: 12-0 to the old guys.
     
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    Hmm you may be right. Interesting that he was diagnosed as a sperg; I erred towards a TT classification because of his mannerisms, personality and savantism (I have no doubt that he expresses savantism). Has anyone looked at the incidence of autisms amongst the various types? Perhaps he was overenthusiastically diagnosed thanks to his contrast with the very extroverted surfer community.

    His somatotype interested me because it is unusual, and is indeed reminiscent of that of a Neanderthal in the relative length, broadness, and lack of taper of his waist.
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    (reconstruction at the London Natural History Museum)

    My own body also expresses this characteristic to some degree, something I noticed long before I came across Edenism.

    Also, I don't think Clay's in that last photo; that's some other blond long-haired surfer guy.
     
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