I love his speech pattern, very fluid and matter-of-fact when talking about murder
Reminds me of Bullet-tooth Tony in Snatch.
Fuck I love that movie.
Was about to say great things about the man, but you found what made him really great listener and thus teacher.I could sit and just listen to him.
"Seven tricks to piss off the French, #3 will shock you!"
I love the English longbow. If I remember correctly, skeletons of these archers would be easy to tell, since their right arms were larger than their left.
TIL that If I had died at 14 I might've been mistaken for an English archer.
The evidence is all in the shoulder and back muscles, not so much the arm. The former two would have been over developed.
He said skeleton.
Which are attached to muscles
Which are covered in fat and skin
Which are made of cells
MITOCHONDRIA IS THE POWERHOUSE OF THE CELL
Here's the epic backstory of mitochondria.
they also tended to have bone spurs in their wrists and elbows.
No use in Vietnam, then
I heard another telltale sign is links between the shoulder blades wouldn't properly fuse
This would hardly be exclusive to English Longbowmen. They would have been on the end of the scale due to the bow's draw-weight, but all archers would have muscles more developed on one side.
I can’t tell if he’s a Northerner or a Midlander but his accent is so calm and his tone dulcet.
Source: am Northerner
Source: am Midlander
Nice out today innit
Ah dulcet. One of many fine words I love but never remember to use.
100% midlander. Not nottingham though, cant quite place it.Source: Am midlander.
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