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Wow that is bad, I hope he dont sign his checks like that.

Umm, the reason why I gave a response about cursive us because states have stopped to teach cursive as a requirement.

Heck, we can ask a new member who is age 13-15 if they actually use cursive today. I will assume that most do not even write cursive today

They will pay bills electronically and in the future sign mortgage by computer.

Then again, Vernad could be illiterate. What did Dexter Manley "sign" on photos?

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Wow that is bad, I hope he dont sign his checks like that.

Umm, the reason why I gave a response about cursive us because states have stopped to teach cursive as a requirement.

Heck, we can ask a new member who is age 13-15 if they actually use cursive today. I will assume that most do not even write cursive today

They will pay bills electronically and in the future sign mortgage by computer.

Then again, Vernad could be illiterate. What did Dexter Manley "sign" on photos?

I'm 16, and I havn't written in cursive since about 6th grade. Actually, I know a lot of people my age that don't even know how to wirte in cursive.

It's suposed to be a time saving thing, but it would take twice as long for me to write a paper in cursive than in print, just because I'd have to think too much.

To be honest, I think the only reason I remembered how to write in cursive at all, is because I need to know how to make script logos for baseball logo concepts ^_^

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Wow that is bad, I hope he dont sign his checks like that.

Umm, the reason why I gave a response about cursive us because states have stopped to teach cursive as a requirement.

Heck, we can ask a new member who is age 13-15 if they actually use cursive today. I will assume that most do not even write cursive today

They will pay bills electronically and in the future sign mortgage by computer.

Then again, Vernad could be illiterate. What did Dexter Manley "sign" on photos?

I'm 16, and I havn't written in cursive since about 6th grade. Actually, I know a lot of people my age that don't even know how to wirte in cursive.

It's suposed to be a time saving thing, but it would take twice as long for me to write a paper in cursive than in print, just because I'd have to think too much.

To be honest, I think the only reason I remembered how to write in cursive at all, is because I need to know how to make script logos for baseball logo concepts ^_^

Thank you. Cursive is on its death bed. That is for another thread too.

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I'm 16 and we used cursive almost exclusively from 3rd to 5th grade, but have stopped using it since then. I can write in cursive with no problems, but only use it when I need to sign something, because I write faster in print.

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I'm 16 and we used cursive almost exclusively from 3rd to 5th grade, but have stopped using it since then. I can write in cursive with no problems, but only use it when I need to sign something, because I write faster in print.

We used it in third grade...not at all in 4th...and a little in fifth. Haven't used since (except for checks).

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I haven't done legit cursive since 4th grade but how I write now kind of looks like cursive since I don't pick up my pen or pencil very often so the letters are kind of joined. So basically normal letters just joined.

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I was taught cursive in elementary school and then quickly abandoned it once we reached middle school. I haven't ever been in a situation where I needed to use cursive handwriting since. I sign my name from time to time, but that's a different animal than writing full page notes or blue book essays or whatever. It's not really a big deal to me that it's disappearing from schools.

Worst autograph I've ever seen? Vladimir Guerrero. This was at a spring training game early in his career when he was with the Expos. Hopefully he's gotten better since, but he printed both his first and last names in all capital letters. I was like 11 at the time and it looked like I had done it myself to the point where nobody believed that he actually signed it himself. I don't know what ever happened to that ball.

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Worst autograph I've ever seen? Vladimir Guerrero. This was at a spring training game early in his career when he was with the Expos. Hopefully he's gotten better since, but he printed both his first and last names in all capital letters. I was like 11 at the time and it looked like I had done it myself to the point where nobody believed that he actually signed it himself. I don't know what ever happened to that ball.

Looks like it,

vladimir_guerrero_large.jpg

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Honestly even when I taught cursive I didn't care then, I hated it and probably used it when I had to. It's just annoying to me and I even if I used cursive my whole life I wouldn't sign my name in it. I have my own signature and it's not cursive lol.

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