Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by CharlieH., Jan 30, 2007.
It looks terrific, Mr. Paddy! What pen is that?
...is one designed to write in italics. I just use it as an ordinary pen as it suits my hand. But thanks for the lovely comments. I just totally adore your writing style. I wonder what ones' handwriting says about us all?
I gave graphology a go, and this is what I got:
Psychic and physical depression
anguish and weariness
lack of enterprise
laziness and cowardice
sensitive and touchy
I think I did something wrong...
WOW! You sound (or should I say "write?") like a neurotic mess!!
Here's a sample of my handwriting. I can be much neater when I try, but this is about par for "everyday" writing (which I thought was more appropriate for the intent of this thread). Go ahead and analyze this one. I can take it - good news or bad.
Is there a primer anywhere that will teach me to write in that lovely 40s script that all 1940s films noir notes are written in??!!
[huh] [huh] [huh] [huh] [huh]
We all know I'm not really like that, right?
They probably wrote in some form of Palmer.
Gee, I don't know... the writing's on the wall-er, paper!
Just kidding. I wouldn't dream of assuming you had any such qualities!
Let's see..... you are probably a large man......enjoy guns......hats.....and live.....huhhhh.... in NC. How was that?
I'm diggin' the "loopy F's" Lady Day. May I use them as well?
You win the OPSEC prize for the year, your very own gold-plated copy of AR 190-11!!!
Ok, I'll play - here's my hand copied Shakespeare sonnet:
(At least I can type 140 words a minute...)
I once met a woman who worked in the returns department at a home center, and she could do this. I saw something she'd written above her station and asked about it. She asked my full name and then wrote it out. Every letter was absolutely legible, and her handwriting was smooth and flawless. I wish I still had that note.
I don't have a scanner, but its no loss because my writing (read: printing) isn't worth seeing anyway. I can't even read my own signature; I just recognize it - it doesn't contain anything even distantly resembling any letters in the English alphabet. lol
I'd say I do the same as Fleur, but I never write anything letters in lower-case. Probably picked that up in a high school drafting class.
Neat-o idea for a thread, Charlie.
"You may not be able to read a doctor's handwriting and prescription, but you'll notice his bills are neatly typewritten." - Earl Wilson
You've reminded me of a lovely lady I once knew, DB. She and I used to joke back and forth about right- and left-handedness. She's left-handed and I'm right, and one time said the same thing to me. I told her, "Yeah, but only creatively."
She also told me, "Lefties have rights, you know." I gave her a sly grin and answered, "And righties have lefts."
Starius is posting Post-Its on Charlie's post.
I hope your throat is better.
Wow, you must be clairvoyant or something.
Well, this is a most unexpected revival!
I don't think most folks have signed their full real legal names....hence it being a bit more safe.....since its fairly hard to steal the identity of someone you have no name to match up with....
handwriting isn's something normally associated with anything barring forgery.....stealing an identity from random notes about the lounge, using lounge names.....seems fairly unlikely.
that said...if anyone wants to put a scan of a check to me for a milion bucks....I wont look the gift horse in the mouth
And what do I get as the runner-up? Hey, IIRC Bebop at least tells ya where he is...
B, never thought I'd agree with you on anything--good point and good OPSEC, sir!
I would never try to rain on your parade with logic. I am glad you feel so at ease.
Years ago, before the Rot set in, this is how the educated person wrote ...