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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby justonemoreperson » Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:38 am

Justin Bieber was a US president?

Oddly, not as surprised as I thought I'd be.

I'm in Boston this week, and drove past a bunch of women in a tent with the banner "Trump Women!" They looked very angry.

-- 09 Nov 2019, 00:40 --

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it is mostly muscle memory and physio-compensation, that is, the body will find the easiest way to do it, based on what it can already do

quick draw is a very isolated movement, whereas grave digging, for example, requires full body.
when i started shooting in occulus quest, i have near equal accuracy with both hands because i did not need to compensate for the weeight of the gun, i simply needd a decent trigger fingerr with reasonable aim, which any gamer will have. contrarily, i cannot attack zombies efficiently with a pitchfork if i use my right hand, because i lose reach and accuracy because most of my actions start in a goofy stance


What i take from this is that I shouldn't be such a lazy c*nt and should give it more effort.
I'm not arguing; I'm explaining why I'm right.
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby cinnamoncookie » Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:45 am

justonemoreperson wrote:I tried to learn to shoot with my left hand, but it seems pointless. It just doesn't feel right, no matter how hard I try.

justonemoreperson wrote:Justin Bieber was a US president?

Oddly, not as surprised as I thought I'd be.

You're hilarious.
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby Fool » Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:46 am

justonemoreperson wrote:Justin Bieber was a US president?

Oddly, not as surprised as I thought I'd be.

-- 09 Nov 2019, 00:40 --

Fool wrote:
it is mostly muscle memory and physio-compensation, that is, the body will find the easiest way to do it, based on what it can already do

quick draw is a very isolated movement, whereas grave digging, for example, requires full body.
when i started shooting in occulus quest, i have near equal accuracy with both hands because i did not need to compensate for the weeight of the gun, i simply needd a decent trigger fingerr with reasonable aim, which any gamer will have. contrarily, i cannot attack zombies efficiently with a pitchfork if i use my right hand, because i lose reach and accuracy because most of my actions start in a goofy stance


What i take from this is that I shouldn't be such a lazy c*nt and should give it more effort.




occulus is designed for lazy @@@@@@@, and will teach you how to kill people with both hands

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7vBol8wud0
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby justonemoreperson » Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:47 am

cinnamoncookie wrote:You're hilarious.


Thanks; I'm here all week.

-- 09 Nov 2019, 00:50 --

Fool wrote:occulus is designed for lazy @@@@@@@, and will teach you how to kill people with both hands


I bought an Occulus Go and tried that, but it's very limited. A friend of mine is Australia has the full Occulus Rift with all the stuff and when I'm there we usually get stoned and play random sh1t. It's good fun but I'm not sure it's making any lasting improvements to my dexterity.
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby Reaper » Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:56 am

My daughter has the Occulus Rift and the first time I tried it it was like wow, this is mindblowing.
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby poxalis » Sat Nov 09, 2019 2:32 am

I write with my right but do many sports with my left. Soccer, swimming, etc
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby Greebo » Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:12 am

I’m right handed.

I don’t think bing left or right handed makes an intrinsic difference to personality.

My closest friend is left handed and I did ask him something like this once. The answer we reached in the end is that the world is basically designed for an average person, for men maybe a right handed person, 5’8”-6’2” tall with a 28”-32” waist etc. If you deviate from that pattern you are essentially, in a very minor and subtle way, disabled. The world was not built for you and growing up you have to come to terms with that and learn to adapt more. It’s probably the impact that has on the way a child develops and comes to view themselves that account for any differing trends in personality between the two groups (assuming they exist at all).
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby Manners73 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 7:41 am

I'm mainly right handed but I can write with my left hand a lot neater than with my right hand and when I use my left hand I am a lot more creative.

Like when I used to do telesales. If I was writing with my left hand whilst talking to people I would be a lot more relaxed and a lot more productive. It might have been because I was using that part of my brain. Idk.

The one thing I struggle with using my left hand for is stirring a cup of tea.
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby solemnlysworn » Sat Nov 09, 2019 11:34 am

Yeah, teas are stirred right-handed

Anything else is just barbaric
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Re: Left or Right Handed?

Postby ZeroZ » Sat Nov 09, 2019 11:53 am

Right handed, I do a lot with my left hand. Played sports so like baseball I use the left to catch with the glove and right to throw with. Boxed for a short period of time certain punches I could throw with the left the power punches with the right.

When I played football (American) I liked a left handed quarterback a lot and read it was difficult for defenders to intercept the passes because they weren’t used to the reverse rotation on the ball soi spent a lot do time trying to throw the ball left handed. The best way I could describe it was I learned but it was sort of autistic and uncoordinated, I could get all the mechanics technically correct but I could never develop the same type of touch or control over the ball. I can jerk off with both hands without missing a strok so this is the main thing
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