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1586 clicks; posted to Main » on 05 Jul 2001 at 8:07 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-07-05 09:51:57 AM  
Woo-hoo ... Boobies

All I got was a dead link for this, but either ear would work just fine with me.

- I'll have this one here, thank you very much....
2001-07-05 11:27:24 AM  
Less then a 10% difference. No word on how this may differ from person to person. What about those with less seperation in the operation of the hemispheres? May work the opposite, or not at all with a left handed person.
Coffee2go seems to be right on track.
2001-07-05 01:07:06 PM  
My hearing in my left ear was damaged in an accident years ago. No wonder I think everyone hates me.
2001-07-05 01:42:53 PM  
Sam Houston State university, eh?

There was a college ( I don't remember what it is now) but it used to be called

Sam Houston Institute of Technology.

How'd ya like to go there? Cool sweatshirts, I'm sure.
2001-07-05 04:01:27 PM  
Teow-Chong koooool name
2001-07-05 06:46:35 PM  
Yeah but if you say Teow-Chong in their right ear, there is a 10% chance they will think you're Korean
2001-07-05 07:30:12 PM  
This is incorrect. Well at least for me. The left nut is best.
2001-07-05 11:42:23 PM  
I'm left-handed, so I'm pretty much used to things always being backwards.
2001-07-05 11:43:03 PM  
or is it backwords? oh the things I think about after a long night of online flight sims...
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