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    Badger
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    Try this:
    "Try this: While sitting down, lift your right foot off the floor. Make clockwise circles with the foot. When the foot is circling nicely, make a figure 6 with your finger in the air. Your foot will reverse and start moving in counter-clockwise circles, and there is nothing you can do about it."
    From Mouse Droppings, Corvallis OR (Mac User Group Newsletter) via Mac Hints and Tips.

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    hehe. i'm quite surprised no one has posted a reply to this yet. its true, it works. one of my lecturers told us about this on a break in a class. it was fun!

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    I think I'm the exception to the rule. Doesn't work. I must have a virus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badger
    When the foot is circling nicely, make a figure 6 with your finger in the air.
    which means - make a movement with ur index finger like as if ur writing the number 6 in the air.

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    lmoa. it works, weird, I tried several times in hopes of thwarting its new found power over me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny5w
    I think I'm the exception to the rule. Doesn't work. I must have a virus.
    Doesn't work for me either. Guess you guys have really bad coordination or you just not capable of controlling your own limbs properly. You choose.

    it's like the old kiddies thing where you rub your tummy in a circular motion and then with the other hand tap your head, before you know it your tummy rubbing hand will be either moving up and down or tapping your tummy.

    But that didn't work for me either.
    I'm a little green man, I'm sure.


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    I I actually am very well coordinated, the rub tummy /tap head thing never worked for me either, but this does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hype.it
    I'm a little green man, I'm sure.
    So finally you do realise it :biohazard

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    I can do the splits too, all the way down!
    Any of you guys wanna try this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hype.it
    I can do the splits too, all the way down!
    Any of you guys wanna try this?

    good for you, but Id sooner praise bill gates as the father of creative computing. :rolleyes:

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    Wow.. that's cool. Any idea how it works?

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    It only works sometimes on me, Like 1/3. weird

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