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Sunday, April 1, 2012

no joke

flipped over for your convenience


  1. It's real. I didn't think it was unusual until I was telling a left-handed friend yesterday.

  2. I thought I was the only one like that!
    I think forcing a child to write with their right hand was quite common in the 50s and 60s.

    I remember being told use the other hand. Use your right hand not your left. This was in spite of the fact my mother was a lefty and wrote quite neatly. I can almost write with both. Equally illegibly.

    I have developed quite almost the same dexterity with both hands working in electronics. Some transmitters one cannot just do to good at getting hold of things in them being only left handed or right handed. Same with some other circuitry. Then on a tower I had to use both hands individually to work on things also.

  3. Glad the post smoked out another! My wife uses her left quite well but doesn't do the mirror thing. It still gives me trouble on my bike, the left & right shifters are not like that.

  4. From the other side of the brain, I'm a left-hander who writes reasonably well right-handed, but mirror. Spooky.

  5. Very cool Rob. I wonder if it's partly a matter of people just not trying it.


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