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Old 12-24-2014, 11:54 AM   #31
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Lesson 4: The Shift Keys



This is one of the most important lessons in the course. Learning to use the shift keys without losing your home row orientation is one of the most important, and difficult skills you have to acquire in order to become a competent typist.

The shift key is always pressed by the pinky finger opposite to the one hitting the other key.

When you go to press a shift key, you may have to move your hand slightly to reach it, but try to get there mainly by stretching your pinky finger, allowing your remaining fingers to keep as much contact with the home row as possible. Try not to rotate or bend your wrists, as this will throw your home row orientation off and cause you to lose your grounding.

This lesson also introduces the colon, which, like the semi-colon is pressed with the right-hand pinky finger, while holding the left shift key down.

Taking the time to quickly read the Principles for Effective Learning before you begin is ALWAYS time well spent!

Lesson 4: The Shift Keys - Peter's Online Typing Course
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Old 12-24-2014, 11:56 AM   #32
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Re: Saints players offer strong support for Rob Ryan

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Lesson 4: The Shift Keys



This is one of the most important lessons in the course. Learning to use the shift keys without losing your home row orientation is one of the most important, and difficult skills you have to acquire in order to become a competent typist.

The shift key is always pressed by the pinky finger opposite to the one hitting the other key.

When you go to press a shift key, you may have to move your hand slightly to reach it, but try to get there mainly by stretching your pinky finger, allowing your remaining fingers to keep as much contact with the home row as possible. Try not to rotate or bend your wrists, as this will throw your home row orientation off and cause you to lose your grounding.

This lesson also introduces the colon, which, like the semi-colon is pressed with the right-hand pinky finger, while holding the left shift key down.

Taking the time to quickly read the Principles for Effective Learning before you begin is ALWAYS time well spent!

Lesson 4: The Shift Keys - Peter's Online Typing Course
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Old 12-24-2014, 01:01 PM   #33
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Re: Saints players offer strong support for Rob Ryan

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.....and at what point (even without the punctuation) you couldnt follow wtf i was saying? see you're the same ppl i was talking about in the first part of my paragraph. you're the ones that's always taking up (or giving a pass) to sp and drew brees. ask me how i know. you didnt make one sensible comment about what i said vs. finding a puntuation error(s). i'm sure if i were to go to some of the fb's and instagram accounts, i'm sure you have several errors as well. well i'm sure in the hell glad i can spell! lol
Its called communication 101. I started to read your post but stopped because its just a jumbled run on mess. Not everyone is on a computer. I, for one, am on here a lot using my phone. Try reading that long post on a phone and you will understand.
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Old 12-24-2014, 04:06 PM   #34
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i remember when we got rid of m jenkins and r harper, j greer etc etc. a lot of you all thought those moves were necessary. i didnt because i knew we were losing a lot of veterans on the field. a lot guys that knew our system, our lockerroom culture. that could rally guys.
You knew aaaalll along huh? So when we let Harper and Jenkins go and signed Byrd you knew that the organization made a mistake and would miss those guys' leadership?

Cmon man. You're full of ****. No one can take you seriously. Especially when you're calling for Sean Payton's head.

I agree a good shake up is warranted. And whether or not to keep RR is debatable, pros and con's on both sides. However, firing our head coach after one bad season would be illogical and senseless.

About as senseless is getting rid of Drew Brees.

Most of your ideas and opinions regarding this team are ridiculous and lack any practical thought or logic.
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Old 12-24-2014, 04:12 PM   #35
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Re: Saints players offer strong support for Rob Ryan

I'm sorry but I just have to ask... Teddybarexxx, are you 13?
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Old 12-24-2014, 04:15 PM   #36
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Here comes the "I told you so, I knew this would happen" yawn....
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Old 12-24-2014, 05:11 PM   #37
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RR cannot take the credit for the 4rth ranked d and the next year when you screw the pooch blame everyone else. I am not saying he is doing that, but my point is I gave him the credit for the 4rth ranked d why wouldn't I give him credit for this season too?

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Old 12-25-2014, 11:18 AM   #38
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why is it so hard to see that when rob came here he was handed a gift. the easiest group to turn around in the nfl. so easy a one eyed tailless monkey could have done the job.

by mid season of that same year the system started to fail.

by the end of this year it was in the tank and the players he was given were under valued and let go. there replacements did not do perform nearly as well on the field.

now every one is blaming the staff? if the staff is failing then who is teaching them the system so they can teach it to players?

why is is it so hard for people that back Rob to admit that maybe just maybe they were wrong. two wrongs still do make a right. banging your head against the same brick wall in different spots does not make it hurt less.

Rob is like Spags in the fact that no matter what they will not deviate from their schemes no matter how bad it fails. neither can adjust or is unwilling to adjust no matter how bad things get.

why is this so hard to see?

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Our problem is we have a combination of players that are too old and some that aren't old enough. 4 0f the 5 OLinemen are past their prime especially for what they are getting paid. Defense is young and to me Lofton and Hawthorne aren't stepping up as leaders. When Vaccaro makes a late hit or stupid penalty they should be grabbing him by the jersey or facemask and giving him a little talk. I think too much emphasis was placed on turnovers and not enough on the fundamentals of wrapping up and tackling. We don't have a receiver that will come back and fight for the football. They all sit back and wait for the ball to come to them. Would love to steal Julio Jones from the Failclowns. I think Jordan is gone, but if he stays he needs to work on his strength. He gets man handled too much. Like to see Hicks bulk up a little more and use him more as NT. Want to see more of Byrd, Vaccaro and Warren on the field next year. We need DL,OL and LB's in that order in my opinion.

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Old 12-25-2014, 06:22 PM   #40
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Irregardless of the player support, Rob Ryan was handed his assistants, including Joe Vitt and his players...

Give him the tools and support to be successful...

Otherwise, you may be sending a bad message to other coaches who may be candidates someday for the Saints...
4rth in the league last year, is only responsible for the great defense last year but not the bad this year?
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