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Old 09-16-2011, 08:37 AM   #31
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I'm voting for Oliver Munson's colleague Patrick Cisna

I could hardly understand him, talking through that thick mo.
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I also find it interesting that the majority of the guilty-looking suspects interviewed on UM had mustaches. Off the top of my head:
-Paul Pollis
-Chad Noe
-Mark Nichols
-Larry Gibson
-Stephen Marfeo
-Tim McClure
-Donovan Jacobs
-Leonard Rizzo
-Don Sherman
-Steve Page
-Rob Page (not interviewed, but the actor in the re-enactment had a mustache)

Also, Mike Morris had a mustache in his old photos, but shaved it off for his UM interview, no doubt in attempt to sway everyone towards his innocence.

Coincidence?
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I've noticed that too. Any time a POI or a suspect was interviewed on UM I had a very simple formula to determine their guilt or innocence. Moustache = Murderer.
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Tony Alamo had one in earlier pictures.
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I can't think of the case, but it was the couple who dated probably in the 70's and had a baby. The actor that played the guy when it happened was a blonde, and with his long-ish hairstyle and moustache, I thought it was great. The couple broke up, gave the daughter up for adoption, and then 20 or so years later, got back together and married. The guy now, I think, has gone a bit thin on his hair but I thought the actor's moustache was fantastic. Does anyone else remember this or know who I'm talking about? I can't remember the names.
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I can't think of the case, but it was the couple who dated probably in the 70's and had a baby. The actor that played the guy when it happened was a blonde, and with his long-ish hairstyle and moustache, I thought it was great. The couple broke up, gave the daughter up for adoption, and then 20 or so years later, got back together and married. The guy now, I think, has gone a bit thin on his hair but I thought the actor's moustache was fantastic. Does anyone else remember this or know who I'm talking about? I can't remember the names.

I remember this. I've actually seen it a few times recently. I know the guy's name is David, and man, did he ever rock a set of Daisy Dukes. I don't remember the woman or the child's name, but they did get reunited.
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I remember this. I've actually seen it a few times recently. I know the guy's name is David, and man, did he ever rock a set of Daisy Dukes. I don't remember the woman or the child's name, but they did get reunited.
The mother's name was Christie Wismer and the child's name was Katie. Yeah, the actor that played "David" was, uh, different. He also had that long straggly hair to go with his long straggly mustache.
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I have to go with Mark Nichols.
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Tim had one too.
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John Kelly from the Nevada Wild Horses segment has an impressive Mo, no picture but looking for one.
I definitely think this is the best one. He put wax on the ends of his so that it looked they stood straight out on each side like this:

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Leonard Dirickson, who was mentioned in the first post of this thread. That thing is a beast.
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Bill Wacker had a pretty good one in the picture they showed of him and Dorothy in their segment.
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I also find it interesting that the majority of the guilty-looking suspects interviewed on UM had mustaches. Off the top of my head:
-Paul Pollis
-Chad Noe
-Mark Nichols
-Larry Gibson
-Stephen Marfeo
-Tim McClure
-Donovan Jacobs
-Leonard Rizzo
-Don Sherman
-Steve Page
-Rob Page (not interviewed, but the actor in the re-enactment had a mustache)

Also, Mike Morris had a mustache in his old photos, but shaved it off for his UM interview, no doubt in attempt to sway everyone towards his innocence.

Coincidence?
Hardly a coincidence. The best mustache is no mustache. I guarantee if you removed the mustaches from every one of those guys, the impression of them would be slightly more favorable, particularly from women. Not everybody would benefit but many would, and I doubt the impression of any of them would be worse.

Jimmy the Greek Snyder was among the first to detect the anti-mustache bias. He polled hundreds of women in Steubenville, Ohio regarding their opinion of mustaches. When the tally reach 5-1 against, and a frequent addendum was women telling him they didn't fully trust men who wore mustaches, Jimmy the Greek realized that Thomas Dewey was in big trouble against Harry Truman in the 1948 general election, despite huge odds favoring Dewey. Snyder collected a massive payout, with some reports claiming he received as high as 17/1 odds on Dewey, although I'm somewhat skeptical a presidential election could carry that type of odds disparity. Perhaps from a dunce bookie.

In the past two decades I've applied the same theory and won several political wagers, often at generous odds. A Colorado senate race comes to mind. Tom Strickland refused to shave until it was too late. I remember a Strickland supporter contacting me via private message on a political forum after I posted a thread using the mustache theme. She said she had never heard of the Jimmy the Greek angle but that the topic came up several times at Strickland functions, with women working on the campaign convinced Strickland would win if he would simply lose the darn mustache.

I always have to laugh when I watch a court proceeding and somebody is being represented by a lawyer sporting a mustache. Poor defendant. Sure there are exceptions. Nothing is 100%. Johnnie Cochran wore a mustache and that Simpson jury was predominantly women. Overall it is more likely to forfeit a vital few percent benefit of a doubt.

The double dunce whammy is a defendant wearing a mustache defended by a similarly hairy lipped attorney.
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