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    Well..."James" ,that's what they call me anyway
    height: 5'7-5'9
    real life characteristic: tsundere smilies/icon_sweatdrop.gif
    A bit and long gaia history and outside gaia's website so this nt in anyway connected in logging into gaia[you have been warned]:http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/sites/gaia-online
    I'm not very talkative in some point ,mostly i just use emote or town accent to express myself
    I tend to be a sucker for chance item even for "Ivan's Garage Sale" item
    and well I'm very neutral
    I usually help beginners in Gaia,but sorry no i don't donate
    If you other questions you could ask me personally
    p.s "I'm very poor"
    I'm very friendly just don't troll me i cant really tell a troll from a weird out person
    yup im a right brain smilies/icon_razz.gif

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    Right Brain Traits
    Right brains are honored in eastern cultures more than western. They are seen as less smart because of the manner in which they process information. Rights don't go from Point A to Point B. Right brains don't like to listen to directions and don't like to read them. They scan quickly and figure out what to do without reading details. Reading directions carefully is a detailed activity for the left-brain.

    How Rights Learn
    Rights think and learn in visual, kinesthetic and audio images. They don't memorize well and need to visualize a picture so they can recall the facts. Abstract math is often not brain compatible. Their thoughts are frequently in code and they may have bizarre images in night dreams leaving them confused as to what they mean.

    When right brains talk to you, they look at you while listening and look away to the left when answering a question. This is a brain shift from one side to another. This is not a sign of fabrication. They are listening with one side and now switch over for the response. They are not creating an answer in an attempt to deceive.

    Word Association
    On a spelling test, a right brain hears the word "dog." Their mind wanders to the thought of the neighbor's dog which barked most of the night, that reminds them of the fact that the neighbors are in the Bahamas, which takes them to an island with palm trees and sandy beaches, which reminds them that they need a bathing suit for this weekend, which reminds them that they will need to take spending money... Teacher says, "Word #7 is house." Student raises hand and asks what word #6 was. They've checked out for a while.

    Rights Are Misunderstood
    Right brains don't explain what they feel well and are misunderstood. They think of one thing, say another because their brain has already moved on to another thought. Unfortunately, their mouth is still moving. Rights often don't realize they have done so. The result is that they don't realize what they said and may even deny saying it or argue they said something else. Because they know what they "intended" to say, they are confused when individuals state otherwise.

    See The Big Picture
    Right brains don't like to jump through the hoops to get something done. They also don't like to follow rules which don't make sense to them. They see the big picture quickly and what you are asking them to do in steps doesn't seem necessary because they are at the end of the process already.

    Right brains are non-judgmental and often have no opinion on many topics. They can see both sides and are often seen as wishy washy or lacking values. They see the whole person and are less likely to condemn a person because of a flaw. They often have an interesting group of friends.

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