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January 29, 2014

WE RECENTLY MADE EXACTLY THIS POINT. WE THINK.

The Older Mind May Just Be a Fuller Mind

(Thanks to Steve K.)

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what were we talking about?

So when we see something shiny, we are merely being...reflective.

The three things that stave off memory loss are coffee, commenting on silly, popularized "science" articles, more coffee, and an almost fanatical devotion to the Pope. The four things ...

I wish there were some way to dump useless information that takes up too much space in my brain. Yesterday I watched a two hour program about the history of coffee. Then I spent 20 minutes trying to find out if Hot Pockets were available in the 80's. In case you're wondering, they were.

Urrrp. I could not finish that article. I'm too full.

"...a senior moment."
Dangit, I used to know what that was.

A mine is a terrible thing to waist. Or so I've heard.

And get the hell of my lawn!

Cindy, I watched America's Kitchen on PBS and learned how to poach eggs, and egg poachers.

Been there, done that.

do twenty-somethings ever have a "junior moment"?

ld - only when they open their mouths.

Yes, but we're suing them.

We have more data but much older CPUs. Which sucks.

The Internet stores all the knowledge now. We no longer need to keep things in our heads. The future elderly will be ignorant but sharp as a tack.

Neanderthals took care of their elderly, but they lived to 30 ...
So them 14 yr olds took care of 30 yr old gramps

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