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Researchers at University of Manchester have devised a mathematical formula for the perfect handshake.
Said psychology professor Geoffrey Beattie, “Until now there has not been a guide showing people how they should shake hands.”
Professor Beattie’s work incorporates 12 key measures, including cool, dry palms; firm wrists; strong grips; eye contact; and using “three shakes.”
Can’t win
for losing
Tommy Riser of Blaine, Wash., had a rough Sept. 13.
After a bout of drinking, he crashed a truck into a utility pole, and a few minutes later, crashed his wife’s car into a guardrail trying to drive ...

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