Thursday, November 24, 2011

v - a.k.a. "vih" - just be "vih-ry" careful with this gesture, in particular!

Again, I have done my utmost to steer you away from any untended communication of profanity in my presentation of this number.

All digits (i.e. thumb and fingers) down, except for the middle finger. The middle finger, however, is NOT up! This is because sticking it up risks inadvertently communicating a VERY profane message! In order avoid this VERY MUCH unwanted outcome; instead, rest your middle finger overtop of your thumb muscle. By contrast? All other fingers (which are "down") should be tucked underneath your thumb muscle. I call this "v" or "vih"!

Stroke notation for this is: |||| ||||  |||| ||||  |||| |||| || |

The breakdown?
|||| ||||  |||| |||| - the little finger, which is worth "g", or "gee" (sounds like the French name, "Guy"), or decimal sixteen
|||| |||| - the ring finger, which is worth 8
|| - the index finger, which is worth 2
| - the thumb, which is worth 1

Thanks, again, for "vih-siting"!


Daniel Robbins

Thursday, November 10, 2011

OK, so, in the last post, we WERE considering "", but now we're going to consider... "TIH!"...

...or "t", as in "tip", but without the "p" sound at the end:

Again, at the end of my post on "r", or "rah", I say, "So there we have... 'IT'...", and now, here we have... "TIH"! (In other words, "it" in reverse!)

g & 8 & 2, which equals decimal "twenty-six". If ye would like, try looking up "d". It is simply "t" moved over to the right, one digit. So, the pinky goes up, the middle finger gets "tucked in and rolled in", the index finger goes up, and the thumb comes in, and you have "d" (or decimal thirteen)...

... which is half of "t" (or, again, decimal twenty six)!

Saturday, November 5, 2011

"s"! Let "us" consider it!

By the way? I'm not calling "s": "ess", as is usually done. I am CALLING it: "us". Now, if you (technically "ye", but I'm TRYING to do what I CAN to come across as no more unusual than necessary!) called it "us", as well; then that really WOULD apply to... "us"! Thank you for doing what the title of this blog suggested. It was very "consider-it" of you!