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I look more like this:

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Okay, I wasn't going to bring this up before, but I actually have a couple of videos of myself on YouTube. Here's one. Here's another.

Enjoy! smiley

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A shame I don't post more or someone would take a shot at what I look like

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Heather replied on Fri, May 4 2012 6:31 PM

My Buddy - Does not like feeling left out of the fun. One of his favorite foods is poutine. Prefers small groups of close friends over large party situations.

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Heather is way too good at this.

 

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Wheylous:

 

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I'll take it.

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Rabbi Lapin: "Let's make bricks!"
Stephan Kinsella: "Say you and I both want to make a German chocolate cake."

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What F4M thinks it will be like living in the forest"

 

 

What it will really be like:

 

 

 

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I look like my forum pic except a little older and slightly fatter.  I blame video games.

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My Buddy:

A shame I don't post more or someone would take a shot at what I look like

 

*cough* *cough*

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Wheylous:

Atolykos:

I think you mean this:

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That's not me. He just looks like me. I dont dress like that.

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Alright.

http://blog.timesunion.com/tablehopping/files/2009/08/bag-over-head.jpg

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Copycat.

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Clayton replied on Fri, May 4 2012 8:00 PM

He just looks like me.

Don't be modest, we all know what you really look like:

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Freedom4Me73986:
That's not me. He just looks like me. I dont dress like that.

...but you do wear clothes made by technology from civilization.

 

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wtf?  Clayton where the hell did you get that picture?  I didn't see anyone with cameras.

 

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Heather replied on Fri, May 4 2012 8:06 PM

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A shame I don't post more or someone would take a shot at what I look like

*cough* *cough*
 
 

EmporerNero -  likes feeling a little bit of attention yet wants to be discrete about asking for it. Thinks people in general are good. Willing to let another know they are correct even if it means he is wrong. He enjoys music and history. 

 

Nero poses for the camera in front of a castle wall in Europe

 

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Wheylous,

That's me about 40 years ago

 

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Smiling Dave: Normal size, looks unobtrusive but intelligent until you get him started on politics. Bad at smiling but witty. wears somewhat formal clothing a lot. Needs to get out and away from his computer more.

Not bad. Actually I do smile a lot. As for politics, I think all the candidates are clones of each other, but for Ron Paul. Pretty pesimistic about politics, so don't discuss it much.

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*cough* *cough*

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I look more like this:

 

I know, I know. I, too, looked up "survivalist" on Google images. Yet I found the picture too tame.

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I think you mean this:

Yeah, that's perfect.

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Clayton replied on Fri, May 4 2012 9:30 PM

I know, I know. I, too, looked up "survivalist" on Google images. Yet I found the picture too tame.

Make it stop!!!!!!

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Ah, but you didn't have a bag over that...head?

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Neodoxy replied on Fri, May 4 2012 10:43 PM

"Okay, I wasn't going to bring this up before, but I actually have a couple of videos of myself on YouTube. Here's one. Here's another."

 

Damn Autokylos, you really are very attractive... And I love your accent. Lucky guy.

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gotlucky replied on Fri, May 4 2012 11:06 PM

Neodoxy:

Gotlucky: Brown hair, good at making funny faces. Hates kids.  Needs to get out and away from his computer more.

Hate is such a strong word.  Sounds just right.

And you were right about the brown hair:

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"Aristippus: Blond. Owns a lot of Grecian stuff including a toga. Normal size, wears contacts. Needs to get out and away from his computer more."

Brown hair but otherwise pretty accurate!

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Neodoxy replied on Fri, May 4 2012 11:14 PM

JJ on a good day:

 

JJ on a bad day:

 

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Wheylous on a bad day

 

Clayton on a good day

 

 

Vive on a good day:

 

Vive on a bad day:

 

 

Me on a good day

 

Me on a bad day

 

 

Rothbard's disciple on a good day

 

Rothbard's Disciple on a bad day

 

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Aristippus:
"Aristippus: Blond. Owns a lot of Grecian stuff including a toga. Normal size, wears contacts. Needs to get out and away from his computer more."

Brown hair but otherwise pretty accurate!

Please tell me you own a lot of Greek stuff, including a toga.  Because if by "otherwise pretty accurate" you meant "otherwise mostly accurate", meaning everything except the Greek thing, that basically just leaves normal size and wears contacts.  Which is basically like saying "uh.  Some guy."

 

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I have quite a few ancient coins (including Greek ones) and other miscellanea,  as well as many books about ancient Greece and in ancient Greek.  I don't have a toga but I didn't say he was 100% accurate, and I have no idea where he pulled the contacts thing from.  Besides, the toga is a Roman and not a Greek form of clothing.

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Having contacts is more common than blonde hair.

 

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Bert replied on Fri, May 4 2012 11:55 PM

LOL.  Holy shit, one of the best threads on the forum.  Thing is, a lot of what's said about me is hitting pretty on target.  Though I feel implied to post pictures of myself in an almost mocking way, so here it goes:

In high school I looked like this:

Maybe add a Reagan Youth shirt and a studded leather jacket, but the physique is all there.

Let's fast forward a couple years when I can grow a beard, because that's what matters.  Here's myself on Skyline Drive in the Appalachian Mountains.

Check that nice back drop, and who would've guessed that shirt came from a thrift store?  This was October 2010.

Here's another from a place in the mid west that I cannot remember on the same trip:

Dark haired girl on my shoulders?  Check.  Luckily she got rid of those goofy glasses and moved up to a thicker and much more square frame, which are actually bigger, but it does not do justice unless we are both wearing our black, thick framed glasses at the same time.  It makes making out a pain in the ass.

Fast forward to January 2011:

Shit eating grin?  That's what people say, but of course I'm intoxicated in this picture.  Would you have guessed I got that sweet suede jacket at the thrift store as well?  Shock value Totenkopf-6 Death in June shirt?  Check.

Here's one this past summer (between June-August 2011), also on Skyline Drive (it's a nice place to frequent):

Check that manly beard and chest hair, and who can miss the Mjolnir pendant carved out of bone?  For those out of the loop, that's Thor's hammer.

And another:

Yeah, I'm on a damn waterfall.  Around 75 from top to bottom if I'm correct, and I looked up and said "fuck it" and climbed right up to the halfway point.  No big deal, wasn't hard or anything, but at least I go out and conquer wilderness unlike some people here.

Here's a more recent pic at the beach at night drinking and other things (April 2012):

I'm on the right with the beer, beard, coyote teeth necklace, and Joy Division shirt.  Beard is back to being trimmed, but it has it's phases of being out of control and "professional" for the work environment.  You can't tell, but I'm wearing a black beanie, that compliments my thick framed glasses and J.D. shirt, and I'm probably holding a PBR in my hand.  Dark haired glasses wearing female by my side?  Of course.

Edit: Also, since about 2008, I've had a rat tail.  It was blonde, but in time faded back to brown (takes a while when you don't use shampoo to strip anything out of your hair), but was pretty long at a point to where I could wrap it around my nose and almost touch my ear with it.  People ask why, but well I got it was I was still "panx as fux" (for those out of the loop, panx being a replacement for punx by those who are raw punk as fuk, y'know, high amounts of Amebix, Discharge, anarcho-punk, etc.)  I can still touch my nose with it, but I've trimmed the dead ends.  My girlfriend dreaded hers, so I'm not allowed to do that so we don't match.  Hard to explain what it looks like to someone who gets the image of some redneck in their mind, but everyone loves it (if anything looks more like something a hipster would have).  I also cut my own hair, as well as my girlfriends.

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Heather replied on Sat, May 5 2012 12:19 AM

wow I think I even got Bert's right down to the very same shirt. :)

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I sneezed for a reason, Mises Forum. I don't care if my 200 or so posts are so scattered that you have no idea of my personality or what I look like. I want to attention, and I want it now, damnit.

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Heather replied on Sat, May 5 2012 12:33 AM

 

NonAntiAnarchist - Has found it easier to work on his short temper towards his parents now that he is out of the house. Has a potty mouth.

 

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Bert replied on Sat, May 5 2012 12:38 AM

Heather it wouldn't be uncommon for me to have my flannel shirt off and flung over my shoulder with large sunglasses on drinking various beverages (perhaps alcoholic) out the back of my car in a parking lot.  It's also not uncommon that I keep various sunglasses and flannel shirts in my car just for this reason, but the difference is I drive a green 96 Volvo 850 wagon, so it's even more likely I'll pop the hatch and start the party.

I had always been impressed by the fact that there are a surprising number of individuals who never use their minds if they can avoid it, and an equal number who do use their minds, but in an amazingly stupid way. - Carl Jung, Man and His Symbols
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I really lol'd at some of these.

I'm wondering what people would have guessed without my avatar.

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Bert replied on Sat, May 5 2012 6:29 AM

I would just assume you look like this:

I had always been impressed by the fact that there are a surprising number of individuals who never use their minds if they can avoid it, and an equal number who do use their minds, but in an amazingly stupid way. - Carl Jung, Man and His Symbols
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This thread is awesome! I'm fairly new and don't post here, but would like to see what others think i might look like.

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