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Subject: Re: OT... Nature at work
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 16:35:20 -0000
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yes i be a leftie :)
And i have suffered the "positive" side effects you mention since i was 8
yrs old :0
i still have fun by making things left handed, just to annoy the lesser
right handed mortals.
as for power tools.. well haven't managed to get near topping myself with
one yet, although i think i have had mild strains from the problems of left
hand and drills, especially masonry ones that suddenly jam.
oh and i did wack a lathe cutting tool once with the back of my hand but it
was my right hand so it doesn't count (i think).
hail to all lefties :)
"John Jardine" wrote in message
> From birth, I've been afflicted with a small genetic abnormality and
> wondered if any other SED'ers suffered from the same problem?.
> The condition doesn't normally give me undue day to day problems but I
> some physical dificulty when trying to use PC's and some electronic test
> I wouldn't normally bother to mention my 'affliction' but through my
> incapacity I've just had a demolition drill try to wrench my arm out of
> socket. I've been told by researchers that I'm liable to have a shorter
> lifespan than others, (power tools are probably a good reason!) and
> statistically am more liable to suffer mental problems (my family probably
> fully agree with this bit ;-).
> Remarkably, the abnormality does though bring with it some strange
> positive benefits and I wondered if a predisposition to
> electronics/technical, is one of them?.
> Any other left handers out there?
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