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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-24-2017, 07:19 AM
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Turning around in circles? Getting dizzy? Nauseated? Falling down? Possible injury? I'm calling my attorney, Left Turn Logan! He'll know which way to spin this.




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Does this have anything to do with drinking an adult beverage and subsequently operating a motor vehicle and a discussion with a person driving another vehicle with flashing blue lights?
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In Aussie land we turn counter clockwise which is the same as US clockwise (because we are upside down).
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In Aussie land we turn counter clockwise which is the same as US clockwise (because we are upside down).
It's all just a matter of perspective.

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When in doubt turn left but I would spin clockwise.
It's a crazy, mixed up world, all right.
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Euro 4 specifies clockwise. Technically you could do counter-clockwise, but it's not worth all the paperwork to get it approved.
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In the military, marches begin with the left foot, automatically steering you clockwise.

Of course, some people go both ways. On that I have no comment.
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Are you posting drunk again? I had to think, but anti clockwise - i am also but in left hand corners

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Tested the family without telling them why they were doing it:
2 counter clockwise
1 clockwise

I already knew what was going on so didn't participate, but counter clockwise did feel more natural.

EWL (Evil Wife Lady) said it probably depends on your dominate leg, and if you are R.H. that doesn't necessarily mean your right leg would be more dominate. NTG (Nasty Teenage Girl) said they were told to start falling forward in gym one day, and what ever leg they put out to catch themselves was probably their dominate leg (I offer no scientific proof nor do I personally endorse this theory )

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