When I watch Hollywood action movies involving SWAT and the numerous military organisations you see a lot of hand signals flashing between the members of squads that signify some quiet unspoken message to other team members and never knew what some of them meant but now I do ( well I hope I do, the list was valid I believe in 2008).
So I'm trying to introduce this to the security team at work but I'm meeting some resistance (gits) but it has other uses like with paintball so you look like your mercenaries on a day out or on one of those sad team building exercises and you end up as the focus of attention for every other team building group who would rather be back at their desks instead of being a paintball magnet (paintballs leave stunning bruises and that no headshot rule is rarely enforced if they can't find the culprit).
On a lighter note my knees are a lot better but yesterday I was diagnosed with Bell's Palsy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell's_palsy which basically means partial facial paralysis and is a bit of an inconvenience but shouldn't affect my posting because you can't show slurring in your typing or drooling but I'm taking the meds and taping my eye shut at night (weird) and should if I'm lucky show significant improvement in a couple of weeks and full recovery in a couple of months. But at the moment because Bell's palsy is difficult to explain I am now going to explain it as a botched botox procedure that went south (literally). There is no medical reason for getting it, it just happens and the medical community has no real reason why it happens but I believe being this angry will help as I start to shout at it and scare it away and its not contagious (damn).