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QUOTE(What @ no bacon?,Dec 9 2004, 11:34 PM)
Nowadays, my handwriting is a mishmash of print and cursive.
yeah, during high school my handwriting style finally solidified and now it's a mix of cursive and print. it's only neat 20% of the time, and it's completely illegible 30% of the time. the other 50% it's partially neat, partially illegible. when my tape recorder dies and i'm taking notes during an interview, i switch to reporting handwriting, which looks like a long wavy squiggle with loops and peaks erratically scattered along it. and sometimes the interviewee gets nervous about me misquoting, and i have to read it back to them, and they're always surprised that i can decipher it i like my handwriting sometimes but i don't think it's particularly nice. people tell me it's very artistic
and outside of writing and painting, in karate i can block and punch a lot better with my right hand. for kicking, i can balance really well on my left and kick really hard/high with my right, but not vice-versa. like, my left roundhouse kick is completely pathetic compared to my right's, which is pretty good. i can't do any spinning kicks without my right as the kicker and my left as the base either. and i'm better at controlling my weapons with my right hand, too. such a big wall i have to climb over.
you know what? for those of you with a scanner or digital camera, i'd like to see what your handwriting looks like
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My fast note-taking writing is nuts. People don't understand because I use shorthand from time to time and it's also a combination of print and cursive. Sometimes, I might even give up on a word and just put squigglies after it.
Maybe I could post a picture of my writing as well. And your hand-writing is very nice, Bacon. But that lady wrote better than that? Inconceivable!
SINCERELY, Quistis (Forum Spam Assassin, Vice-Mother, and Queen of the Grammar Police)
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