|Early scratch paper attempt at an anagram of "Bill Smith" (c. 2003)||Tuco being questioned about his assumed name of |
"Bill Carson" by Angel Eyes.
|The original 1974 Mad Libs 1; probable origin of the name Libb.|| Picture of a sewing thimble; |
probable origin of the name Thims.
The name "Bill Smith" was used by Thims in circa 1995, as a renamed listing of his new home phone number, with with AT&T, which he changed from his birth name "Michael R.K.", as a method of delisting his phone number, so to cut off a girlfriend he was forced to break with.
|Cover of the 2000 Perennial edition book Genome by English science writer Matt Ridley.||Cover of the 2002-version of the manuscript The 3rd Question (with a proto pen name of Bill Smith) by Libb Thims.|
|Title page to a 2004 version of the manuscript The 3rd Question (with a pen name of Libb Thims).||Cover to a 2004 version of the manuscript Human Thermodynamics, Vol. I (with a pen name of Libb Thims).|
|Legal name change notice, required by Illinois law, as published in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Sep 18, 25, and Oct 02, 2009.  New "Libb Michael Thims" driver's license (image removed), obtained on Nov. 12, 2009 after being legalized as so at Cook County Circuit Court early that day.|
|A 2012 inking of the name "Gibbs", drawn by American artist J.G., on the right forearm of Thims, likely being the inspiration behind the extra letter "b" in the anagram of the name "Libb" Thims.||Photos of Gibbs (16), Goethe (16), Clausius (18), Lewis (15), Newton (18), Helmholtz (17), and Maxwell (16), on the wall of Thims' study (numbers being the age at which each person entered college); done similar to how Einstein (16-17) kept pictures of Faraday, Newton, Maxwell in his study, along with a bust of Goethe.|