Does the FBI, or Tumblr, Have A Hair Recognition Software Program?

Arminipple? I’ve been reading posts discussing  objections to overkill of The Armitage  Left Nipple, here, here and here. (Note well, Arminipple was not involved in the washing up controversy and I’d have to go back to the source to ascertain if the left nipple even got washed.)

I haven’t come across any of those objections or criticisms ( again – links are appreciated), so, since Tumblr is the platform I visit least, I thought I’d try a search. No luck yet, but I just had to share this screenshot that came up for my search of The Crucible on Screen on Tumblr.

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I do not want to get into a discussion about Richard Armitage’s hair, except to say, we saw his natural head of hair in a short style cut, in The Crucible. I will say that the Tumblr ad shows the same hair line as John Proctor. Is there some tech hair recognition feature?

I may test it out with a search for Thorin Oakenshield, or even easier, Thranduil.

3 thoughts on “Does the FBI, or Tumblr, Have A Hair Recognition Software Program?

  1. LMAO! I loved the play. I was moved to tears at the end. The whole cast was brilliant! But I must confess to doing quite a bit of oogling at the nipple. I stared and stared and will continue to do so without apology!

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