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• When writing about themselves, writers who make their upper case “I” larger than any other capitals are said to be arrogant. Capital “I”s made by people who are humble and happy with themselves are smaller. • How about the speed at which a person writes? One who writes quickly is impatient and dislikes delays and time wasters. A person who takes his or her time with penmanship is organized and methodical, a self-reliant person. • An illegible signature may point to a very private person who is hard to read, but a readable signature says that person is confident and comfortable with who he or she is. Answer located further back in this issue.

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• Graphology became a more reliable tool for revealing personality traits with the advent of computer technology. Thousands of corporations throughout the world commonly use handwriting analysis in the employment process to determine honesty, stability, risk or substance abuse, and decision-making skills. In fact, in France and Switzerland, nearly 80% of companies use graphology in the hiring process. • Platt Rogers Spencer was a famous penman who even founded a school to teach his elaborate, elegant style of writing, which was known as Spencerian Script. For 75 years, this beautiful ornamental script was very popular, up until around 1925, when, Spencerian Script was replaced by a faster-written simpler method known as Palmer Hand, which is the style taught to Baby Boomers. In 1978, Palmer was replaced with D’Nealian manuscript, designed to make an easier transition from printing to cursive.

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• There are two theories as to why the name “TV Dinner” was chosen, the first being the shape of the aluminum tray. Originally, the main course was in a bigger compartment on one side of the tray with the accompaniments in smaller compartments on the other side, similar to the appearance of the front of a 1950s television set, with the screen on the left side and controls on the right. The other theory is that, as televisions began to be a part of most American homes, the dinners were a quick and easy meal that could be eaten while watching TV. • The turkey TV dinners sold for 98 cents, and in the first full year of production, 10 million dinners were sold. Before long, customers could choose not only turkey dinners, but Salisbury steak, meatloaf, and fried chicken as well. All were served with potatoes and green peas. Sales were 13 million dinners annually two years later. A new four-compartment tray was introduced in 1960 and desserts such as apple cobbler and brownies were added. • In 1962, Swanson dropped the name “TV Dinner” from the product packaging. The company introduced frozen breakfast meals. The first Hungry-Man dinners hit the grocers’ shelves in 1973, with extra large portions in each section. Pittsburgh Steeler defensive tackle Mean Joe Greene was the Hungry-Man spokesman. • The next milestone for pre-packaged frozen dinners was the microwave oven, and Swanson debuted plastic, microwave-safe trays in 1986. • The American Frozen Food Institute tells us that the average American eats 72 frozen meals annually, with nearly $17 billion in sales. • You can find one of the original Swanson TV dinner trays in the Smithsonian’s Museum of American History, commemorating the dinner’s impact on American culture.

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