Thank you, Jan, for that wisdom.
That’s poor analysis. Or pretending to be ignorant is a weak rhetorical choice.
Also, Brainiac, appending a question mark to a statement does not make it a question.
For a reason, at least eaten like that. BTW, this isn’t private.
Lol @ fine print!
I’m already warming up my groove. George Greeley, “The Continental.” This is gonna be a deep dig!
Great site. It’s gonna lead me through many hours of fun.
On the plus side light has no preference. Light is just as often coming from a convenient direction for you as it is for me. Frequently I have to use a marker in my left hand in order to avoid a shadow and see what I’m marking.
Though I bet if I were left handed I’d notice that a lot of lighting is “right” oriented too.
It’s the lefties. Check marks backwards too. Spouse is lefty, wow, a real pain in the butt for her whole life. I never knew. TG for keyboards, too, writing is a real curse for s-paws.
But please try to overcome as far as twist ties go.
To a thoughtful quibbler:
We do not align wheels. Wheels are aligned by wheel alignment technicians. Perhaps you are a wheel alignment technician but I am not. We do not align wheels. :)