Hard out there for the left-handed

Posted by | August 13, 2016 08:46 | Filed under: Planet Pot Luck

The scene: kindergarten. You’ve just gotten up from your nap. You had your snack. Now it’s time to play with scissors and cut out shapes that are supposed to resemble a dog. You go to cut into the flimsy construction paper, and find the scissors don’t work right — because they’re not made for you. Frustration…


By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.

5 responses to Hard out there for the left-handed

  1. MyDogsAreSmarterThanYou August 13th, 2016 at 14:35

    International Left-hander Day? Don’t all hands matter?

  2. katkelly57 August 13th, 2016 at 14:44

    Finally got a pair of lefty scissors…oh, what I’ve been missing all these years….not much…as a lefty you adapt to the right handed world.

    No delusions or psychosis here, just a plain ‘ol nut.

    What I do need though, is a left handed monkey wrench.

    I was told maaannnnny years ago….”A right handed person uses the left side of their brain, a left handed one the right side…hence, we’re the only ones in our right mind.”

  3. Gary Parillo August 13th, 2016 at 15:35

    Delusional,prone to fear and schizophrenia,prone to learning impairments and other brain disorders.I am left handed,sounds about right to me,just ask my wife.Oh wait never mind,shes lefty also.

  4. bpollen August 13th, 2016 at 21:50

    The Latin word for left hand is “sinister.”

    Things have been tough for lefties for a long long time.

  5. mistlesuede August 14th, 2016 at 00:54

    What a bunch of crap.
    Two amazing people I know do not fit any of this description, President Obama and ME.
    As a left handed person, you learn to become ambidextrous and more patient, meaning you are more valuable than all of the people who have the world “handed” to them for their right hand.

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