Sterling Times <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
Just picking through some of the oddities and highlights by calling upon
the excellent memory that the great anorak god gave me.
I don't know what the different memories are, as in, short term, long term, that sort of thing, but I think my long term one is extremely faulty. I don't recall that much from my school days or early adult years at all. However, I could almost recite you all the edit points and scenes in a 54 minute project I'm working on without looking at any notes. That's like remembering 20 pages of numbers and comments. But, once it's all done and dusted I'll soon forget everything. I've always been jealous of those with photographic memory and mega recall, so I'm probably jealous of you!
I'll draw a line
under my Euronet recalls.
No need if you don't want to, of course. I just wish I could be more helpful.
My father was Jewish and I had one French grandparent, and I should say
that a baguette freshly baked in a French boulangerie is far preferable
to the poor bagel.
Yum. Warm Baguette. Yum.
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