Left Brain Right Brain
- Interesting, I could not get the thing to go counter clockwise if my
life depended on it. Says that some people can switch over but not me!
I'm completely right brain and I love it.
Which way does the dancer spin for you!
- --- In email@example.com, "Frank Thomas Smith"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, JoAnn Schwartz
> <sr_joanna@> wrote:
> > Ex-cathedra indeed.
> > Musing just what *kind* of chair do Popes sit on to
> > maintain their infallibility...
> > JoAnn
> Ouch! But "from the mouths of babes..." We sit in highchairs,
> like babes reaching for the moon. And we're the only ones whobelieve
> in our iffallibility, (except for Gman) being convinced byinfallibility.
> Pope Pablo IAh, Pampas Pablo the Pope's Pure Apostate gives forth from the
underside of the earth on infallibility...now, he'd know the Pope is
infallible to the degree that he agrees with me and would naturally
choose televiewing the Yanks as opposed to the Mets.
Viewing the lighted side of the moon where one must face the
equator, sunrise would be to his right and to my left...and since
Steiner was probably bright enough to strictly confine his activity
to the Northern Hempishere the orthodoxy on the matter would remain
lost on those confined to the Argentinean netherworld...G.
> > "Life's short and we never have enough time for the hearts ofthose
> who travel the way with us. O, be swift to love! Make haste to be
> kind." --Henri-Frederic Amiel