They are all guys, so nobody to stripsearch, so who cares.
They called Suspect Number Three “Ol’ Seven Fingers” after this little episode…
Suspect #1 is obviously right handed, holding his phone in left hand so he can dial it with the right, thus avoiding using the same hand for both activities. A left handed person would hold it in his right while using his his left to dial. ( I do it that way.)
A left handed person (like myself!) who wants to avoid pushiing keys with the same hand he uses to hold the phone in the right hand. Suspect #1 obviously choses to avoid misdialing by using BOTH hands.
About the violin: I’ve played it, as a right hander I put the instrument under my chin and used the left hand to hold the neck, the right hand using the bow. The picture above shows the opposite, so, left handed. I don’t think violins are made favoring one hand over the other.
I’m left-handed and have always used the phone with my left hand. Other left-handed posters say the use their right hand and this has nothing to do with their hearing ability. At any rate, if Danger accuses #1 on such a flimsy evidence we will have a big “problemo” to explain.
I thought it was the guy with the shovel. Working with a shovel is more based on strength & stamina than maneuverability, so it’s conceivable that a worker might often switch hands.
It should’ve be #3. NO ONE CUTS WOOD LIKE THAT!
people who work on the phone often will use the dominant hand to write with, so the phone is used by the other hand by habit.
I noticed that too.
Anyway, violins and guitars “are” left-handed instruments. You do the fingering with the left hand. As a southpaw, I could never understand the logic of a “left-handed” guitar.
Most right handed people will use the left ear on the phone. Easier to hold the phone and write. Since that’s the habit, it carries over even when not writing. When I’m fitting hearing aids, I always ask which ear is used on the phone in order to best program the devices. A lot of right handed people will say right, but when I hand them the phone, they put it to the left ear automatically.
Not all righties play golf right handed. Phil Mikelson is a great example. He learned golf by mirroring his right handed father even though he was right handed. I am ambidextrous but right hand dominant so I can play right and left handed but shoot right hand because that is my dominant eye. Also not all righties are right eye dominant and that really determines which hand you use to shoot.
Golfer is holding the club wrong, and with criminal intent.
Some people hold a gun with both hands.
October 25, 2017