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u/naomar22 · 2 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

So a lot of what you got is right but most some of it for the wrong reasons. Namely the picture that is on my wall I bought from a garage sale for a dollar. The echo was my sole HS graduation present, so well off; yes, rich; no.(I like using semicolons, despite not knowing how to use semicolons;) The board is not custom built, its a reddragon k552 Kumara, the wristrest is a cedar plank from a house I was working on over the summer. It is the perfect size and everything. I am working on a split board (on top of my left speaker.) and just threw the blank keycaps from that on Dvorak user so qwerty is absolutely pointless. Interested in mechatronics or eletrical engineering yes.

Member of /r/G502MasterRace , /r/thinkpad (my newest obsession) and /r/MechanicalKeyboards and 18 years old.

US yes, and world traveller yes, the coins are helped by the fact that my dad travels for work and is now at like 54 countries or some stupid number like that. I'm 'only' at like 19 countries, only...

There are still a few tidbits that everybody so far have missed.

Edit most to some

Edit 2 I have not just good taste in mice. I have great taste in mice. G502 at home, M570 on the go.

u/CaptainCoral · 2 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

What's a transponder key?
I do live in the west coast - in Oregon (go Freddies and Bi-Mart! LOL).
Not portland (too expensive!) but an hour south.
I like to be prepared, you're totally right on this one. The Anker is this external battery, the carrying pouch is stuffed full because I also put a USB wall block in it (for charging the powerbank right after I use it), a lightning cord, and the USB cable for the battery, hahaha).
Not a student, (we keep our mailbox key hanging up at home, we only have one lol), but love books, and love saving money. My SO and I both have good jobs and work now, but over the last few years we both spent seperate time being unemployed, so we've just naturally gotten pretty thrifty, and have a hard time justifying buying certain items (books, board games, etc) brand new when you can buy it for so cheap gently used.
I do have a laptop, but it wouldn't fit in my purse, hahaha, it's just a square-ish shape.

u/SpuneDagr · 2 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

>You're a male: could be the wife but going by the angle of the camera I would say you would be tall if you were. (and seeing the shoe size o f the female I doubt you are).

Correct, I'm male and 6'

>Married: both male and female clothing.


>The fact that you have children


>leads me to think that you are in your 30's. (just a shot in the dark though).


>Sentimental: you have books way under your reading level,


>Lego structures (most likely built by your children),

Yes... by my children..

>and other items that serve no purpose other than just to be looked at.


>Both you and your wife would like to be avid reader (although kids probably take most of your time): you buy new books but some look unread and dust has collected on them.

Astute observation.

>Popular while in high school: another shot in the dark but I assume the crowns are prom king and queen crowns?

Wife was pretty popular in HS. Was a runner-up for prom queen, though the crowns aren't from that. The smaller is from our wedding, and the big one is part of one of our daughter's costumes.

>Both are Christian: there is a Message bible and some Trivia Pursuit: Genesis.

Yup. Bible is yes, though the Trivial Pursuit game is just one of the regular editions - see here

u/The_True_Dr_Pepper · 2 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

Invest in blu tack. It is gentler on paper crafts than clear tape.

u/EvidenceBasedSwamp · 2 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

I can't find my copy, but here's an amazon link.You'll notice the font and color scheme are identical. The spine should look the same as your book.

u/perceptivelogic · 3 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

I don't think that's blue tack. It's probably a kneaded eraser based on the way its shaped and left out of the package.

u/warriorscall · 2 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

The knife in the green sheath is a Mora, a very well known outdoor knife.

It could be used as a weapon, but that's not what they're known for.

Not sure what the thing that says bang is.

u/Encelados242 · 3 pointsr/scienceofdeduction

This book just came out. They are all marathon runners and are promoting the new book, written by the man in the middle, outside of this athletic/running store. The map in the background is of a running coarse, but not a marathon. The man in the middle is on a book tour, and is an ultra-marathon runner. He is doing a signing then is going to probably talk about vegan stuff and run around. This is in either, San Diego, Austin or Denver, but I'm not sure which one yet. I can't find the store on google maps, but eventually I will.

edit: The book is "Eat & Run" by Scott Jurek. Here is a list of the cities he stopped at on the book tour, one of which is where this picture was taken.