Talk:Arm & Hammer

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As you'll find on the Socialist Labor Party's website, the "arm and hammer" device -- no sickle -- was the SLP's logo. (and other examples on the site). So Armand was not named after the "hammer and sickle" because that was not the logo that was being used when he was born in 1898.

So Armand Hammer was named after the "arm and hammer", NOT the "hammer and sickle". I think I'll go edit it actually.

Left Shoulder and Right Hand?[edit]

This line made me go "Huh?": The arm is composed of a left shoulder and a right hand — an anatomical impossibility.

How so? It looks like a right shoulder and right hand to me. 05:58, 25 June 2006 (UTC)

Whoa, wierd shoulder. Looks left to me, or maybe it's just a dodgy drawing. One more thing - I tried the toothpaste once, and it tasted nasty.

I agree with the guy up above, looks like a right shoulder and a right hand to me too. Since there is controversy, and no sources are cited, I am going to remove it. --Ring-Ding 01:47, 24 October 2006 (UTC)

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