Subjective Character Analysis: Emotionally Disturbed French-Indian Marine Loves Nose Candy, Lifting Weights

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Subjective Character Analysis: Emotionally Disturbed French-Indian Marine Loves Nose Candy, Lifting Weights

This stud from St. Louis is possibly the most decorated model in Physique Pictorial history. In our extensive experience with Bob Mizer’s groundbreaking publication, never have we found a man with such a complicated collection of subjective character analysis symbols. The text accompanying his appearance in the April 1973 edition of PP reads as such:

“ANTHONY J WILSON at age 20 5′10 160 lbs of St Louis, MO. French Indian. USMC Vietnam vet. Birthdate Jan. 14. Weighttrains: MP 200, CJ 300.”

A Midwest vet with an exhibitionist streak, Mr. Wilson is apparently also “Gay and Proud,” slightly unstable, and a fan of the nose candy. He lifts weights and can apparently “clean and jerk” 300 lbs. We’re not entirely sure what that means, but it sounds an awful lot like what we did in the shower this morning. A break down of his best and worst traits follows.

A. A Friend of Narcissus  

B. Sick, Fanatic, Pathological, and/or Religious 

C. On Dope