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JT Gray
Born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, Jamal Thierry Gray (born May 22, 1984) is an American writer, academic and feminist. He is the author of a number of works of science fiction, fantasy and feminist literary criticism and is best known for "The Female Man," a novel combining utopian fiction and satire. In 2007 he appeared in a two-part story in the third series of Doctor Who as schoolboy Timothy 'Tim' Latimer. Besides his musical and political career, he has also worked as a motivational speaker, most notably for some winter sports teams. Gray also played soccer for Southampton and Fulham and won one international cap for England in 1992-93. A notable line of Gray’s: "You've got to take no's and turn them into yes'es".

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    2 months ago
    JT Gray commented on STS-135 Launch

    i'm glad you mentioned that; i noticed a lot of pink in this video and thought for a second it might be a code pink protest.

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    2 months ago
    JT Gray commented on STS-135 Launch

    Mark, I did -- do you know the answer then? It seems like it'd just be a head full of split ends after 30-40 inches.

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