Tsiangkun wrote:Imagine there is a line on your body, verticle, running from between your eyes to the ground.
OUT-IN dexes start from the outside and move towards the line. The leg moves from the out fringe of the body towards the middle.
IN-OUT dexes start at the line and move outwards. The leg moves away from the middle of the body towards the outside.
Basically. Once you know that much you can figure out whirls and dynos easy enough.
Everyone is basically on the same page right now. If one person starts screwing with the system, none of us will be able to communicate effectively.
Nathan wrote:the bag goes outside your leg on an OUT and inside your leg on an IN, it makes a lot of sense.
Switch Kicker wrote:
You can't define anything to be wrong really. I mean really... nothing can make sense... Let's take the word "Chair" for an example. (Simply because I'm sitting on one at the moment.) Who the fuck, decided to call this thing, a chair. Just listen, and I mean REALLY listen to the word chair... It's just a BIZAAR sound isn't it? It's that way with EVERY word too. You start thinking, well why not a different sound, something not so weird sounding. But then you can't think of anything else that could represent a chair that doesn't sound weird.
Who the fuck decided to have it be inny and outtie? When you ACTUALLY think about something... and wonder why or how it came to be, you see illogicalness in everything.
The keyboard for instance. Why the hell wasn't it put in alphabetical order? Who decided what order the alphabet would be in?
Why do pop cans have the cylinder shape all the way up except for the top and bottoms? (They curve in at the top and bottom.)
Who the fuck decided that opposite colors look better next to each other? (green/red, blue/orange, purple/yellow.)
Who decided that it's bad manners to have your elbows on the table?
Jeremy wrote:Switch Kicker wrote:The keyboard for instance. Why the hell wasn't it put in alphabetical order? Who decided what order the alphabet would be in?
I heard that it was because the church (I don't know which church) wanted it that way so as to stop people from only writing on type writers - they thought that if the letters were all jumbled up people would find it too slow to use type writers so would only use them for really important stuff. I have no idea if this is true or not and suspect it probably isn't but that's the only explenation I've heard.
Jeremy wrote:You must have been stoned when you wrote that. I'm not saying I neccessarily disagree (or agree) with what you wrote, I just can't imagine anybody writing that and not being stoned.
Jeremy wrote:I think it could be to stop them having sharp edges. Also maybe a style thing.
Jeremy wrote:Who the fuck decided that opposite colors look better next to each other? (green/red, blue/orange, purple/yellow.)
Jeremy wrote:It's bad manners to put your elbows on the table because it means you're hunched over. If you're in a formal situation you should keep good posture to show that you have respect for the people around. Your body langauge shows how interested you are in the conversation etc.
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