“Right-handed people use the left side of their brain, so left-handers are the only people in their right mind.”
Thus read the message on a T-shirt I once owned. I picked it up at a yard sale in Columbia, Mo., in 1974.
Except for dining with members of my wife’s side of the family I don’t pay much attention to my left-handedness, certainly not thinking of it as a handicap — despite what much literature and public opinion say about it.
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