There is a book out (old book) titled "The Left-Handed Book", by James T.deKay.
In it, one of the pieces of info that I find most gratifying is this. "Dr
Bryng Bryngelson, of the Univ of Minnesota, says: 'Left-handed people tend to
be more creative, more imaginative than right-handed people.' Which may
explain why Michaelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo were all left-handed". :):):)
---- ATIGHTPROD@aol.com wrote:
Hear ... hear ... from another "southpaw", there was a softball team in
Sacramento, California called "Sinestra" and every player was left handed,
even third base and short stop, and every one laughed, until they took
championship ... so from one of the left side, or sinister as they say, and as
life long bass ackwards "lefty", I attest to the fact that only the ones
with true resolve get over the right hand world we live in.
In a message dated 11/28/2009 8:59:36 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
Those of us who are old enough to have grown up using fountain pens will
remember how difficult it was to write without leaving an ink smear. Or
the case of three-ring or spirally bound notebooks the need to
adjust our hand positions to avoid the rings in the notebooks. Or having
our fingers jam in the openings of scissors (still the case unless you
a left-handed pair).
And think about these::
1. Left in Spanish is "Sinestra", which is also linked to the occult and
2. Until well after WWII Japanese children were punished physically in
order to rid them of their left-handedness.
3. The punishment is amputation of the right hand for petty crimes in
certain parts of the world because the left hand was reserved for
cleaning" whereas the right was used for eating out the communal bowl.
It's no wonder some left-handed folks grow up with bad attitudes....
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