deputydog wrote:Dr. Dre wrote:
For a period of 2 weeks I have been training with a short black tricon (it sits next to the taller black tricon for comparison) and have been bewitched, transformed, and transfixed by its usage.
The short length allows for greater precision and swiftness. The pencil is lighter, so one is able to move faster when diagramming, underlining premises & conclusion, and creating marks on RC passages. When a mistake occurs, the pencil permits an effortless 180° turn to expunge the error.
But, alas, one is only able to derive this benefit after rigorous training: utilizing the pencil during multiple LSAT questions.
That doesn't look like a tricon. I take it you like the long point better?
whoops HUGE typo
I meant TICONderoga not TRICONderoga. My bad!
and yea i like the long point on the TICON because it is strong and will not break easily