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He listened, head cocked and eyebrows raised, deep creases appearing in his wide forehead. A few slides into his presentation, Stiger came to a satellite image of Tenderfoot, with the W flipped upside down to form an M. "M for Mountaineer? Or Mark!" he said with a smile. At the October presentation Stiger's manner of speech was thorough and matter-of-fact, so much so that his moments of humor seemed to catch the room off guard. His excitement about the work was only barely offset by his attempts at humility. He would add the occasional caveat or apology, but it was obvious from his dirt-caked jeans how deeply Stiger cares about the findings at Mountaineer. At one point he lingered on the words "beautiful biface" when describing the shapes of the stone tools and referred to Mountaineer's early inhabitants not as Paleoindians or even Folsom people.

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