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Dominant hand

2023-03-23 04:17:15.311203+01 by ebradway 2 comments

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#Comment Re: Dominant hand made: 2023-03-23 05:19:24.671661+01 by: Dan Lyke

I am pondering the brilliance and considering that my hands are switches...

#Comment Re: Dominant hand made: 2023-03-23 13:34:18.070169+01 by: TheSHAD0W

Language games.

It's not the "submissive hand" because it's not obeying the dominant hand. It's not the "dominant hand" instead, because it's not lording it over the other.

And these language games are silly, and missing that "hand" in this case is not focused on the physical hand but on handedness, which is based in the brain, and which affects a lot of aspects in our lives.

Sounds pretty dominant to me.

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