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Leg vibrations when you ........
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RE: Leg vibrations when you ........
(3rd January 2018, 21:36)mh.brewer Wrote: google muscle fasciculation

I did, it talks about disease causes. I don't have those things. I am talking about something you do by putting your feet at a particular angle. I've been able to do it since I was a kid, and often see others do it when they are board and fidgeting. Nothing to do with diseases with what I am talking about.
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RE: Leg vibrations when you ........
(3rd January 2018, 20:45)Brian37 Wrote: Anyone knows if you want to, when you are sitting down, and angle the balls of your feet and angle your knee at a specific angle, you can get your leg to vibrate at a high speed. Anyone know what causes that?

It's annoying isn't it. Well, annoying for the person sharing a seat with you.

I thought this was going to be a 'fill in the blank' thread. And the answer would be... pee.

Anyway, I don't think there is a involuntary-instinct cause since it's easy to stop and start and the angle can be varied at will. One may be doing it before one notices one's doing it, so this implies it's more like smiling than yawning or sneezing. Thus it's a feature of our management software/hardware relationship rather than our operational or governance software.

#ShakeItRealGood.
The PURPOSE of life is to replicate our DNA ................. (from Darwin)
The MEANING of life is the experience of living ... (from Frank Herbert)
The VALUE of life is the legacy we leave behind ..... (from observation)
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#13
RE: Leg vibrations when you ........
(4th January 2018, 10:20)DLJ Wrote:
(3rd January 2018, 20:45)Brian37 Wrote: Anyone knows if you want to, when you are sitting down, and angle the balls of your feet and angle your knee at a specific angle, you can get your leg to vibrate at a high speed. Anyone know what causes that?

It's annoying isn't it.  Well, annoying for the person sharing a seat with you.

I thought this was going to be a 'fill in the blank' thread.  And the answer would be... pee.

Anyway, I don't think there is a involuntary-instinct cause since it's easy to stop and start and the angle can be varied at will. One may be doing it before one notices one's doing it, so this implies it's more like smiling than yawning or sneezing.  Thus it's a feature of our management software/hardware relationship rather than our operational or governance software.  

#ShakeItRealGood.

Um no, not about needing to pee. Sure some people fidget waiting for the bathroom, but wasn't talking about that.

Oh but yea, your own fidgeting doesn't bother you when you are alone, but yea, for me at least, I cant stand the fidgeting of others in public, especially when I've had to concentrate at work or at school.

I once took an English test in college, the guy next to me kept tapping his pencil, I wanted to punch him in the face. Of course I did not, but uggggg.....
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RE: Leg vibrations when you ........
(4th January 2018, 10:26)Brian37 Wrote:
(4th January 2018, 10:20)DLJ Wrote: It's annoying isn't it.  Well, annoying for the person sharing a seat with you.

I thought this was going to be a 'fill in the blank' thread.  And the answer would be... pee.

Anyway, I don't think there is a involuntary-instinct cause since it's easy to stop and start and the angle can be varied at will. One may be doing it before one notices one's doing it, so this implies it's more like smiling than yawning or sneezing.  Thus it's a feature of our management software/hardware relationship rather than our operational or governance software.  

#ShakeItRealGood.

Um no, not about needing to pee. Sure some people fidget waiting for the bathroom, but wasn't talking about that.

Oh but yea, your own fidgeting doesn't bother you when you are alone, but yea, for me at least, I cant stand the fidgeting of others in public, especially when I've had to concentrate at work or at school.

I once took an English test in college, the guy next to me kept tapping his pencil, I wanted to punch him in the face. Of course I did not, but uggggg.....

So there's your answer... it's an example of fidgeting.

In-depth and definitive analysis here. Not really. Just lots of 'could be's
The PURPOSE of life is to replicate our DNA ................. (from Darwin)
The MEANING of life is the experience of living ... (from Frank Herbert)
The VALUE of life is the legacy we leave behind ..... (from observation)
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RE: Leg vibrations when you ........
(4th January 2018, 09:19)Brian37 Wrote:
(3rd January 2018, 21:36)mh.brewer Wrote: google muscle fasciculation

I did, it talks about disease causes. I don't have those things. I am talking about something you do by putting your feet at a particular angle. I've been able to do it since I was a kid, and often see others do it when they are board and fidgeting. Nothing to do with diseases with what I am talking about.

This happens to me. i don't know what causes it.
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