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the Teacher wanted to quiz him about yesterday's lessons:
Teacher : "Juan, use punctuation in a sentence."
Juan : "Ma'm, walang trabaho tatay ko ngayon, walang labada ang nanay ko, kaya wala akong punctuation"
I was starting to write, yes write - not type, our Christmas cards, I realized how hard it is after several years of using the keyboard and being limited only using a pen when scribbling notes while on the phone or worse when signing for credit card payments.
My wife, an IT practitioner for almost half her life, can't even do her signature the same way twice. But it's different on my end. I love to use the pen, at least for occasions such as making lists, doing my schedules, writing names on envelops, and just plain cursive writing practice, just like in the picture.
The advent of text messaging has literally killed using right grammar and proper punctuations. It also killed romance and surely helps expressing yourself when you can't do it personally.
What do you think was the very first text message sent? The answer is - MERRY CHRISTMAS
The first text message ever sent was on December 3, 1992. On this historic date, British engineer Neil Papworth of Sema Group sent an early "MERRY CHRISTMAS" message from his computer to Richard Jarvis of Vodafone on Jarvis's mobile phone. Papworth's first text message was the beginning of a communications revolution called text messaging that has swept the globe.
Yes, I'm left-handed. so is my Paparazzi, 2 of my 3 brothers-in-laws, several of my childhood crushes, my choice to become the next US President Barack Obama, my favorites Sarah McLachlan and Natalie Merchant, Phil Collins and Paul McCartney, and so are these famous personalities.
A common belief suggests that left-handed people are more intelligent or creative than right-handed people. While there is an unresolved debate within the scientific community on how to operationalize both intelligence and creativity, some studies have demonstrated a small positive correlation between left-handedness and creativity/intelligence.
Left-handers are 51% more likely than right handers to suffer accidental injury using tools machinery or other implements * and 49% more likely to suffer accidental injury in the home.
That's why there's this website for us.
One thing good about it is that left-handed people don't die young :)
How do you write "Merry Christmas"? With an exclamation point (just like above) or with a period? I hope it's not with a question Mark.... or ellipsis.
Surely it will be a merry Christmas for us - 10 days to go...and you can start counting down using your left-hand Pa!