Tag Archives: memory

Love On The Brain

July 11, 2013

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So, basically I get the gist of what she did last summer.

Jennifer Love Hewitt’s first name is, actually, “Love.” Why do I know that? No, really: why?  I don’t know where I learned that, or why, but I know that.  I’m not a fan of hers, nor a detractor.  I can’t be, I’ve never really seen her in anything, except maybe about 40 minutes of I […]

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Musings on The Persistence of Memory (Which Is Also The Name of a Painting I Might Have Done!)

July 21, 2011

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It’s the strangest feeling.  When someone gives you credit for something you really don’t think you did, but really wish you had. Does this happen to everyone?  I’d think so.  I’m not talking about plagiarism, or even failing to correct false credit for anything on a grand scale (“Hey, Byron, I really loved your novel […]

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How Ian Holm Saved Me From Alzheimer’s

June 15, 2011

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Last night there was a major breakthrough in the battle against Alzheimers.  What?  No, there isn’t some new medicine, or the announcement that we all now need to eat six pounds of asparagus a day, or anything like that.  Come on.  No, no, what happened was, I was able to remember the name of the […]

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