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  •  My Favorite Part of Those Moments... (none) when someone has to first look at their hand with their palm facing them, put their finger on the right place, and then keep their finger pressed tight while they turn their palm outward.  But even better is when instead of turning their palm away from their view, instead rotate at the hips so the person can look over their shoulder.  

    We're a quirky bunch, aren't we?

    The revolution will not be televised, but we'll analyze it to death at The Next Hurrah.

    by Dana Houle on Fri Oct 28, 2005 at 09:37:13 AM PDT

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    •  Haha (none)
      By the way, I am a "purist" in that I think only the right palm is acceptable.  I'm immediately suspicious of anyone who uses the back of the left hand.

      I'm not sure why that is, but then again, can you imagine someone saying they're from the "thumbnail"?

    •  All right, now I have to trot out my favorite old (none)
      SE Michigan joke.  Sorry, no explanations for Yewpers an other out of staters....

      Guy on street corner trying to light cigarette with his Zippo.  Flick, flick.  Nothing, not even a spark.

      Another guy rolls by in a convertible and shouts, "Whatsamatter buddy?  Outta' flint?"

      First guy, still flicking lighter answers, "No.  Outta' Hamtramck."

      The most un-American thing you can say is, "You can't say that." -G. Keillor

      by Eddie Haskell on Fri Oct 28, 2005 at 10:29:50 AM PDT

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