Why did Garry Moore shake hands with his left hand?
Could it have anything to do with the fact that Moore always had a cigarette in his right hand?
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Howie mandel does not shake hands with people because he, in fact, has Germaphobia (a fear of germs) and, on the reality show "America's Got Talent" he quote, said when the judges were running out to they're seats and hi-fiving the fans "I hate this part because I don't want to touch them."
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Yes. Although a right-hand shake is the custom, both honest people and dishonest people pay little regard to which hand is used to 'seal' the bet. An honest person intends to honor the agreement, and a dishonest person intends to welch-- whichever way they can-- regardless of which hand was used for… the 'shake'. Recent historical research has shown that no honest person over the age of 12 years old has ever uttered the phrase, "...it doesn't count because I used my left hand! ha ha ha..." That research had an error rate of 3.7 percent. Additionally, through birth anomolies, accident, punishment, or war, a number of people either don't have a right hand, or their right hand doesn't work properly. Those people are allowed to 'seal' bets with either their left hand -- or as the Christian Bible commands-- with their word only. (Matthew 5:37, James 5:12) (MORE)
People in underdeveloped countries wipe themselves with their left hand. Thus the left hand is considered unclean. That's correct, and another factor comes from the northern countries (Sweden, Norway, and also some other parts of Europe) where the handshake was a symbolic mean of peace. You usually… carried your weapon in your right hand, and that's why shaking with this hand meant that no harm would be done to eachother. Not taking one's stretched out hand was an insult and could lead to a conflict. (MORE)
From: http://www.computerhope.com/jargon/h/handshak.htm . Computer Handshake . Term used to describe the process of one computer establishing a connection with another computer or device. The handshake is often the steps of verifying the connection, the speed, and/or the authorization of t…he computer trying to connect to it. An example of handshaking is when a modem connects to another modem; the tones heard after the dialing is the handshake and can be thought of as the computers greeting each other. (MORE)
You don't "do" you just "are".. You can't change the dominance of your hands but you can improve your handwriting. So if you want to be left handed, just work on using it. You can't become left handed but you can certainly be ambidextrous!
Usually it is withdrawal from alcohol that causes the shakes. And how would u know this? Yes, especially when you drink every day then try to do something such as write a letter or hold something steady. No, it doesn't make your hands shake everyday its only when your really drunk. I know this… because my friend's parents along time ago drink. Those who suffer from essential tremors (their hands tremble or shake) obtain temporary relief by drinking alcohol in moderation. (MORE)
Yes but as most people are right handed it maight be more prtactical to learn to shake with your right hand. (That is my opinion only)
Right hand. Handshakes were originally right handed, therefore they are. So unless you're in some Left Hand Association of some sort that think being left handed is super cool so they do stuff like that, then handshakes should involve right hands.. By the way, being left handed rocks! [:
Sinatra was a gentleman's gentleman, the guy had class for a richman, he never looked down his nose to people and he neverbackstabbed if you went up to him he talked to you like a bestfriend. If you shook Sinatra's hand its like saying you shook agood mans hand, so for you to backstab someone like, …Willie Bank(Al Pacino) did in Oceans Thirteen , is like disrespectingSinatra, because he shook his hand. The point of the movie is thateven rich people have no class even though they claim to. Frank Sinatra was the actor who played Ocean in the originalversion of Ocean's 11 , so it's really just an in-movie-jokeand nod in Ocean's Thirteen . (MORE)
You can shake hands for a variety of different occasions. You can shake upon greeting someone you are meeting for the first time, you can shake at the beginning and end of business meetings. You can shake to close a deal on a non-verbal agreement. These are all methods we use here in the west. There… may be other customary handshaking gestures in other parts of the world. When being introduced to a lady , and man should wait for the lady to offer her hand first. This is an old custom left over from when ladies were considered delicate little flowers, and men weren't seriously in to handwashing. Although out-moded in everydaylife, it is still proper for more formal ocassions. (MORE)
people shake hands to greet each other and thus it becomes an introduction to further friendly conversation. In the days when people carried weapons, knives and swords, an outstreched arm without it holding an offensive weapon suggested that people were not going to harm each other
Uncontrollable hand shaking could be tremors. There are manyproblems that can cause tremors which may include: alcohol abuse,neurological disorders, overactive thyroid, liver failure, andmore.
People still shake hands sometimes, it is just not a very common way to greet someone in this generation. Most of the time, people greet by a high five or just saying hi. People usually shake hands to show they are greeting the person and that they are happy to meet them. I have found shaking han…ds a more intimate gesture than what most situations call for. I prefer the nod or the bow for people I have just met. Shaking hands is more suited for a congratulation for an achievement or for people I know and haven't seen for a while. Another Contributer adds: It is also done upon introductions, and can also be used as a means to assess another person and/or their demeanor. Shaking hands is also as much of a response as the refusal to do so is. (MORE)
you do not need to shake hands to make a deal, it is a myth that people believe you need to do but the only reason people started doin it after a deal is made to show a sign of friendship
The reason mark Antony shakes the conspirators hands is because it's showing the death bond they have just made.
well it could be parkinsons disease or being too cold or you could have something called a tremor or you could just be a nervous person because my hands shake a lot just because im always nervous
The most severe disease with this symptom is Parkinson's, but this is usually not the case and is most likely something non-serious, such as having too much caffiene, having a low blood sugar level and anxiety. One thing that it can be is Essential Tremor, or what the other person said Parkinson's… disease, blood sugar, anxiety, too much caffeine, and etc. (MORE)
There are several conditions that can cause hand tremors. 1. Anxiety. If you are anxious about something, nervous, frightened or otherwise have an elevated adrenalin level, your hands are likely to shake. 2. Medical conditions. Parkinson's disease, alcoholic "DT's", and other medical conditions …can cause hand tremors. If your condition is not caused by anxiety, contact a medical professional for help with the tremors. (MORE)
For most people, it is there dominant hand, and that is just the way it has been done for centuries. Its probably the same reason why its the same hand we have over our hearts when we say a national anthem. The dominant hand is/was also used to weild weapons which is the root of why we use that h…and in a greeting of peace and welcome. In the days when it was not safe to be outside the walls of your city one was more likely to be holding a weapon with the dominant hand when meeting someone along the way. If that person was safe or peaceful you could put your weapon away. For those who you knew already you could raise your right hand without weapon in it as a greeting - the Romans used this as a salute in the military that is the origin of the current military salute. The raised empty hand and grasping hands is the civilian version of that peaceful greeting. approximately 11% of the World's population is left handed (MORE)
if you are left handed then you were born that way There is a gene for right-handedness, but not for left-handedness. If you have the gene, you are an obligate right-hander, barring something like being born without a right hand, or an injury near birth to the part of your brain that controls your… right hand. If you don't have the gene, then you have a 1 out of 2 chance of being left-handed, or, that is to say, equal chances of having either hand dominant. No one is sure why people without the gene become right- or left-handed, but handedness seems to appear very early, and there seems to be an advantage to it. In species like domestic cats, where some appear to have a dominant paw (more often the left), and others do not, the ones with a dominance, no matter which side, learn new tasks more quickly. Autistic children often are very slow to establish a hand preference. At any rate, events in utero are likely to at least influence handedness, but may be as quirky as a fetus in a position where it can move one arm and hand more freely than the other; or one that has a little better blood flow to either one arm, or one side of the brain, may develop dominance that way-- which is not the same as having an injury-- nothing will be wrong with the other side; it just isn't dominant. Left-handed people usually perform right-handed tasks better than right-handed people perform left-handed tasks, and it once was thought that this was because they lived in a right-handed world, but since the gene was discovered, and the chance right-handers can be sorted out, it seems that they perform much better at left-handed tasks than genetic right-handers. Non-genetic righties sometimes will have a few tasks that they naturally do left-handed, usually tasks that involve hand-eye coordination, and favor the eye with better vision, like firing a rifle, or hitting a baseball (and the same is of course true for left-handers). Left-handers are slightly over-represented among people with learning disabilities, and many of those who do have an overhand style of writing, rather than writing in a way that mirrors right-handed writing. There is a theory that the overhand writers with learning disabilities may represent genetic right-handers who use their left hands due either to some minor birth trauma, or slight miswiring in their brains. Their disabilities are usually minor, and this is just a theory, though. A statistical quick that seems counter-intuitive, but is explained by the existence of the right-hand gene, is that identical twins are more likely to come in a right/left pair, than two lefties. The reason for this is that about 80% of the population has the right-handed gene, and 20% does not. So, 80% are obligate right-handers, 10% are chance right-handers, and 10% are chance left-handers (the numbers are rounded and approximate). The same percentages are true for identical twins. If we think of twins in AB pairs, and just look at the 20% without the gene, we see that 25% will be a R/R pair, 25% will be a R/L pair, 25% will be a L/R pair, and 25% will be a L/L pair. Each 25% is 5% of the total population. The 25% of R/R pairs join the obligate right-handers, and seem no different. So we are left with the L/R pairs and the R/L pairs. Statistically, they are different groups, but practically, they are not, so really, 50% of the subgroup, or 10% or the total, are pairs with one rightie, and one leftie. That leaves just 5% of the population who are L/L pairs. (MORE)
in the cowbow days! if you trusted someone you would shake hands with them with the hand that you WEREN'T holding any hidden blades and stuff (your shield hand!!!) And today no guns.
They could shake if you are nervous, excited, something great just happened to you, have Parkinson's disease or essential tremors. Drinking alcohol in moderation provides temporary relief for essential tremors and may reduce the risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
i get tingling in my fingers of my left hand and what appears to me cramps where the muscle tightens and my fingers curl inwards it can be very painfull. my left arm becomes quite weak . su
It is a primitive way of solemnizing a bargain. It is not done in "polite society." Even more primitively, this saliva swapping derived from the old blood oath, of making a cut in the hand and co-mingling blood. Now, we say , for persons of integrity, " His word is his bond" .No bodily fluids need …be exchanged. (MORE)
Whether you are right or left handed, the proper custom is to shakewith the right.
No. Hitler did not shake hands with his left hand. There are many photographs which can prove this, also note that there is no photograph of Adolf Hitler which portrays his shake hand with the left hand. For visual confirmation, search about "Stauffenberg" on Wikipedia, there will be a photograph …on that page which shows Hitler shaking hands with his right hand. (MORE)
OCD makes him not want to germs from shaking hands He also has a fear of germs.That is why he does the fist bump.He has ADHD.
You shake someone's hand with your right hand. Unless you are a Boy Scout greeting another scout in uniform. Lord Baden-Powell instituted the left hand shake to emulate the Ashanti warriors of Africa who shook with their left hands as it necessitated letting go of their shields - thus indicating t…rust in the other party. (MORE)
Back in cave man days, when two people would meet, at a distance they'd hold up their empty hands to show they had no weapons. This evolved throughout history to where it is today with the hand shake. It is a greeting that indicates peace or friendship and respect.
It was originally a way to prove that an opponent was unarmed. To shake hands a warrior had to put his weapon in the scabbard.
Because the official Girl Scout handshake calls for you to hold up the Girl Scout hand in your right hand. Not sure about the Boy Scouts.
usually Koreans would bow as a sign of respect when meeting someone but you can also hug or yes even shake hands.
In most cultures, it is traditional to shake with the right hand . In Europe, for example, this was a sign of trust; you allowed the other person to clasp your sword hand, preventing you from initiating an attack. Whereas in the Middle East, this was and is a sign of respect; using the left h…and for most tasks was taboo, as it was used exclusively for matters of personal hygiene. (MORE)
When you look at yourself in the mirror and wave your right hand your image raises the left hand Then why don't the feet of your image wiggle when you shake your head?
When you wave your left hand it appears as though your right hand is moving . This is lateral inversion . But when you shake your feet the image of your feet does not wiggle because the image in the mirror can only be laterally inverted and not upside down .
He has a very rare desease called parkins syndrome. Its is NOT the same as parkinsons disease. They are only about 5 people known to have this condition in the world. The desease attacks your nerves. It is managable. In order for Ozzy to have gotten this disease both his mother and his father had to… carry a rare gene. (MORE)
British protocol Queen Elizabeth II does shake hands with people that she meets in an official capacity on official visits. For security reasons she does not shake hands with members of the public when they gather to see her. I was privileged to shake her hand on her State Visit to Germany in Berli…n in 2004. (MORE)
That's 100% Absolutely NO!. ___________________________ HIGHLY unlikely. If you both had open bleeding sores on your hands, it might be possible - but you wouldn't be shaking bloody hands, now, would you? So, 99.999% no.
Yes because in one episode she was playing ping-pong with Ty using her left hand.
Actually, Cub Scouts don't shake with the left hand. The Cub Scout handshake is done with the right hand, with the index and middle fingers extended and placed against the other person's wrist. The Boy Scout handshake is an ordinary handshake done with the left hand.
Smoke a cigarette before u do the tattoo also try to keep ur other foot flat in the ground besides the one u used to press the pedal ..
The commonly accepted practice is to shake hands using your right hand. There are exceptions of course; not everyone has a right hand, some people have an injured or impaired right hand. In these cases, the person that can't use their right hand usually have devised other strategies for greeting som…eone in a friendly manner. (MORE)
I do not and most people do not. Those who do is either by habit or because your left-handed most likely.
easy you grab treats raise your hand with the treat then it will raies two paws then you go from there
It could ether be a mating dance, or it could be trying to show Dominance Towards a male turtle (males do it to other males but females do it "sometimes") I'm still not sure how to tell why they do that but it can be one of those two if anyone knows please tell me you can Emil me at hellokitty009del…email@example.com (MORE)
Russell wrote the following, that's why he cannot shake with his right hand: Hello I thought I'd write an official message to you because the news of my recent stay in hospital has started to emerge and, as well as receiving lots of nice messages from well-wishers, there have also been lots of in…teresting theories (and a fair few bizarre ones) posted on twitter, so I thought I'd let you know what actually happened. I've been in hospital for A WEEK. I've been on morphine, I've been flushed through with antibiotics, I've had two operations and now I'm bandaged up and typing this with my left hand. That's right. I've managed to ruin my other hand. No I didn't break it doing press ups on a collapsible chair. I had to have 2 operations on an infected thumb. When I came round from the first operation they told me that at one point they thought they'd have to amputate my thumb, which would really have hampered my hitchhiking skills. So that's it really, you can either feel sorry for me or do what my mates did and send me a massive foam hand. On a serious note I'd like to thank all the nurses, doctors and various people that looked after me. Russ (MORE)
It really depends on how you shake, left, or right. To some people it may not matter, and to others it's not their thing. Usually left hand shakes are to show honor in Boy Scouts in most occasions. The shake is up to you as long as the other person agrees, so then it's fair.
The origins of the hand shake are still debated but archeological proof of Greeks practicing shaking hands have been found which date back to the 4th century BC. It is thought that the practice symbolized the act of peaceful intentions with first the open palm and the joining of hands.
In order to know how to do something with your left hand one needsmore information on the task you wish to perform.
The handshake is thought by some to have originated as a gesture ofpeace by demonstrating that the hand holds no weapon