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Originally posted by kaylaluv
Well, if you are referring to using this analogy with how gays are treated, I wouldn't hesitate to use it.
Left-handers: born that way, about 10% of the population, deserve to be treated with the same respect, and given the same rights as right-handers.
Homosexuals: born that way, about 10% of the population, deserve to be treated with the same respect, and given the same rights as heterosexuals
Originally posted by itswhatev
Reply to post by ModernAcademia
Well, in that case... I don't think left handed people and right handed people should be able to get married. Two left handed people certainly shouldn't be allowed to. Its un-natural! How will they ever raise children??? A left-handed person raising a child in a right handed world?? Blasphemy!
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Originally posted by volafox
I remember being told that in the bad old days, being left handed was a sign of being in league with the devil. Since similar attributes of this include being red headed, green eyed, allergic to silver, and other odds and ends, I'm pretty much screwed.
Originally posted by Atzil321
OP you only seem to be pointing out the negative aspects related to left handedness
Francis Bacon made it appear that he died on Easter Sunday, April 9, 1626, and that he even attended his own "funeral" in disguise. He then supposedly traveled secretly to Transylvania (now part of Romania) to the Rakoczy Mansion, where he is said to have continued preparations for his physical Ascension. Since Francis Bacon was sighted in the area at various times over the following decades, the local people concluded that he must be a member of the Rakoczy family (possibly related to to Prince Ferenc Rakoczy II of Transylvania). Finally on May 1, 1684 he is believed to have attained his physical Ascension. Not wanting to leave humanity in the "physical octave" without his direct visible assistance, he asked the Karmic Board for a special Dispensation to allow him to function in a physical tangible body among embodied mankind for a limited time period — even though he was already an Ascended Master. He was granted his request at the direct intercession of the Goddess of Liberty, and reappeared as "Le Comte de Saint Germain", the "Wonderman of Europe" in the 18th and 19th centuries, or so the story goes.
he was ambidextrous and could compose simultaneously a letter with one hand and poetry with the other, or two identical pieces of writing with each hand
Voltaire called him "the man who knew everything." In addition to French, English, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, he spoke Greek, Arabic, Chinese and Sanskrit. This polymath was a great entertainer, both as conversationalist and virtuoso violinist who composed music. He could improvise on the piano, also. There is sheet music in the British Museum, dated 1745 and 1760, composed by St. Germain. There is a book of music he composed in Bohemia for Prince de Lobkowitz.