Widdershins etc

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Message 7969 · 11 Jun 1997 19:49:21 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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Martin wrote:

>>Is this why we turn off taps/fawcets or open jampots widder, while we close
them sunwise?
Had never thought of that before.<<

I have no idea: I am among the directionally challenged (as anyone who has
danced with me can attest - "Other right!!"), so I still have to tell
myself, "Rightey-tightey, lefty-loosey" to get lids on and off.
     
>>Does anyone know how things were in the southern hemisphere before the
north invaded?<<

One would expect it to be the opposite on the other side of the equator,
yes?
     
>>(No, nothing is off subject to open-minded people like the spey-mailers)<<

Good! :)

Happy dancing (and musing),
Stasa
Philadelphia, USA
     

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