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Title: Multitasker
Post by: Sassafras on April 04, 2010, 10:25:52 AM
I know multitasking is taboo when it comes to talking on the cell phone or texting while driving, but this is... crazy multitasking.  She is balancing 15 books on her head, solving a Rubik's Cube, and reciting pi.  I think she would be of the 2.25% of the people that could actually drive and talk on the cell phone, though I don't condone it for anyone.  (Referring to MCF topic Can you drive and talk on a cell phone? (http://www.misfitcityforum.com/forum/index.php?topic=693).)

balancing 15 books on my head, reciting pi, and solving a rubik's cube @ Yahoo! Video

Just Me
Title: Re: Multitasker
Post by: acdclife on May 03, 2010, 12:56:44 AM
Thats pretty good.

One of my friend had a amazing talent of multi tasking, he was able to do a conversation through a phone while doing the accounts and watching the TV. When we ask a question from either TV, Accounts or the conversation he is doing, he was able to answer everything perfectly.. It was pretty awesome.
Title: Re: Multitasker
Post by: Sassafras on May 18, 2010, 08:50:23 PM
Hello acdclife and welcome to the City.   W==(:D)==  I know the welcome is long over due.  Let's just say, I'm not a multitasker.

My husband, Mick, is though.  We never just sit and watch TV or a movie.  He is always doing something - on the internet playing games, messaging on USA Today, or playing a Hoyle game.  I honestly think that his brain doesn't function properly without doing more that two or three things at the same time.

I hope when I grow-up that I am just like him.

Again...  [welcome]

Just Me
Title: Re: Multitasker
Post by: JippiJ on August 03, 2010, 05:23:01 AM

This is not a talent I was blessed with. I'm more of the rain man, Ritalin induced concentration freaks who struggle for hours and hours into the wee small hours to get one thing finished before I can then head on to the next.
If I tried to add multiple tasks in I think I would probably induce a stress fit so its not something I tend to bother with. I leave that up to my better half who supports my efforts wherever possible :)