Being left handed I always do. If you use a multi tool you know its not the best tool for anything but a good tool for many things and a good one is expensive. I take a quick break in a fast food rest room and there lays a core leatherman still in its leather case where it had slipped off the proud owners belt beside the thrown. It made me realize how many hunting knives and multi-tools are laying in the woods and around public toilets around the country. Most of these situations are emergency and the person is in a hurry increasing the likelyhood of this happening. Not quite as bad as losing the knife it could drop where you wood not want to retrieve it and you may end up giving it to a friend.
I know it's not childhood obesity but a small adjustment for you right handers can prevent a lot of issues and a crossdraw is not hard to get used to.
I almost forgot the loser had ingraved his name and cell phone number on it and it gave him a second chance to switch to the left side.
That is something I do on my glasses case, my keys all kinds of things and have had things returned also. It makes it easy for the finder to return it and hard for him to look at everyday knowing he could have done the right thing.
Finally Paul Winkelmann you are not funny so stop trying:-)
Sleep'n with an animal..I can help.
Do not use both feet when testing the depth or temperature of the water