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The left-handed lifestyle

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I have always admired left-handed athletes.

To be successful as a pitcher in the Major Leagues all you have to do is be alive and left-handed. A soft throwing lefty with a sweeping, commanding curve ball can demand the big bucks.

A long 3-pointer from behind the line, by a left-handed jump shooter, is string music. Chasing a left-handed quarterback is as much fun as driving on the wrong side of the road in England.

To me, left-handed golfers have the sweetest and smoothest swing on the links. Seeing Phil Mickelson follow through with that high arching, swoosh is intimidating.

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