It's an old idea and the results first publicly seen following that
little kid on the trike in the film 'The Shining.'
There might be a trade-off in future years by some medical strain
problem though, but still a good idea.
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Don't know about that. Mine shake whether I pick up a half-pint or a fifth.
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Don't know about that. Mine shake whether I pick up a half-pint or a fifth.<BR>
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> From: "Martin" < email@example.com><BR>
> Newsgroups: rec.models.scale<BR>
> Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 16:18:50 -0000<BR>
> Subject: Wobbly hands cure?<BR>
> I read somewhere that if you have wobbly hands that tying a weight to your<BR>
> wrist can help.<BR>
> Has anyone every tried this?<BR>
> Seems like a good idea - like a motion damper<BR>
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