Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by cslewis, May 4, 2006.
Here's mine... (written quickly, mind)
Hahah, Here is mine...
CIA is going to save all of your writings and prove you killed someone someday.
Here's mine... and my discovery that scanners don't like pencil.
Geez, what did I do to get that?
iGary, do you write like a girl.... almost, but you write in all caps.
I'm only Fracking™ around iGary
Lets keep the peace
and not let is cease
because peace is good
and I would
never want to make any enemies
even if they are in one of the cemeteries
wow... I am random
You know you spend way too much time on this site when someone posts a request for handwriting samples and you do it because you've got nothing better to do.
Hey, my parents wasted good money on architecture school for that hand writing.
Oooh. I dont know the MacRumors rules on potentially offensive images (like "suck my ....."), and I'm nowhere near home right now to scan/write something, so I'm just going to link, reader beware :
To the #macrumors IRC channel one random day when the White Stripes' Get Behind Me Satan was new: http://applegoddess.org/handwriting.jpg
Playing around with Inkwell and my tablet a few days ago: http://www.applegoddess.org/gallery/d/123-2/desktop.png
My current handwriting's deteoriated a bit, not noticeably usually, but when I'm tired or something, it becomes unreadable/shaky because of the tremors.
/me bites ani
No English homework?
God. There's a whole world to read and write. And your teacher gives you no homework.
Or you scan what ever is handy as you can't find any paper to write on.
Anyways, here is a page of some notes from a class I sat in on a couple years ago.
I'm not going to translate... but this does show why I rarely shared my notes with other students.
^What the hell ....thought i wrote small.
this is my writing i've given up on pens and pencils... plus my writing looks like chicken scratch.
Graphoanalysis is an interesting area of study. Though there is controversy over whether this field should be considered serious science, it has been taken seriously since the late 1920's. There are many more aspects to viewing a sample of handwriting, but these are some to take in to consideration. RacerX's sample just before this, would be very interesting to study.
*Slant of letters (toward left, vertical, toward right)
*Formation of capitals (Printed, Cursive, height.)
*Use of margins (fills page, begins extreme left, leaves space on page)
*Overall slant of sentence lines (upward, downward, even)
*Type of dotting on "i"s (high, right or left of character, strong, slashed)
*Pressure of writing (heavy strokes, light, uneven flow)
*Height and depth of certain letters (t's, d's, p's, f's)
*Closed or open vowels (o's, e's, a's)
*Certain slashes and straight lines (d's, t's, p's, f's)
*Printing or Cursive (type of characters and flow)
*Endings of certain letters and words (s's, t's,)
*Formation of (m's, n's, r's)
*T Crosses (high, low, upward, downward, short, long, strong
Thank you 16 years of drawing
iGary simply misspelled "asset" - that's all.
I always figured that my hand writing was the best way to conceal bad spelling. That professor was lecturing at a good speed for taking notes... I've had classes where my writing may as well have been shorthand.
Now we have to vote who has the best / worse handwriting
Nope not tonight, I just had a pretty big project due and a quiz, thank god.
In the past 2 days I have had a spanish quiz (make up cause I was absent), spanish test, science test, english quiz world civ test, health test (does that count), and tomorrow I have a geometry quiz.
I am finally getting unbogged
i can't believe i am doing this.
p.s. like my apple pants? yeah, a genuine nerd.
You do this because artsy, creative people are fun and like to have fun.
Here are my chicken scratches
I always thought we were MacRumorers.
Well, if it's "Africer" and "Asier", I suppose "MacRumorer" would be consistent.