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Saran Wrap
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I have had a very boring morning sitting at my desk working on "busy work" that doesn't even have to be started until two weeks from now. I often write little notes on post-it pads that remind me about something. Currently I have a post-it that says "8th-Phyllis-11" which reminds me that I need to take Phyllis to the doctor on the 8th, at 11:00 am. I also have a note that says "Dude" which reminded me to tell my mother that her friend's mother (Dude) died.

And underneath that note, in my handwriting, is a note that says "Richard Wyatt." I have absolutely no recollection of writing that name. I have no clue who Richard Wyatt is. I have no idea what this note might possibly mean, only that it magically appeared after I wrote the note about Dude. I have only spoken to three people on the phone today, and none of them have any recollection of a Richard Wyatt. There are no Wyatts in my computer system, no Wyatts mentioned in emails, no reason at all for there to be a note about Richard Wyatt (in MY handwriting) on my desk. I'm only 26! I'm too young to start feeling senile! [Confused] [Confused] [Confused]

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"I find in myself desires which nothing in this earth can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world." C.S. Lewis

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pob14
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Hi, I'm Richard Wyatt, are there any messages for me? [fish]

I do this a lot. I write myself notes and I can't even read them, let alone figure out what the hell they meant. Right now, there's a text file on this computer with nothing but a big long alphanumeric string. I assume this is either
  • a password to something
  • a confirmation number for something
  • a 16-bit encoded recipe for pumpkin cheesecake, or
  • something else.
I have no idea which.
Welcome to the senility club. It's so much fun waking up to a whole new world every day! [Big Grin]

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Yep, BTDT. The worst part? It'll come to you, probably in the middle of the night, about a day and a half too late. Happens to me all the time. I think my brain hates me. Or else I'm asking way, way too much of it.

I love that tshirt that says, "In my next life I'm having more memory installed"

That sums it up for me.

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Hubert Cumberdale
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Does this help?:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22richard+wyatt%22

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guruwan2b
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Throw Texas at the end of that google and see if that helps narrow it down some.

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Saran Wrap
I Saw Three Shipments


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I tried the Google thing, but the only thing that looked relevant was the essay on schizophrenia. [fish]

ETA: stupid computer, I wasn't done typing!

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"I find in myself desires which nothing in this earth can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world." C.S. Lewis

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Oh do I know this feeling.

Because I fancy myself a writer I carry notebooks with me and jot down clever things I think of. Because I fancy myself a drinker these things are often either illegible or incoherent when I go back to read them. I've said "what the hell is that supposed to mean?" whilst staring at my own sloppy writing more times than I can count.

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quote:
Originally posted by Saran Wrap:
I have no clue who Richard Wyatt is.

Um, he's my dad.

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seriously , everyone on here , just trys to give someone crap about something they do !! , its shitting me to tears.

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quiltsbypam
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So, Saran Wrap, how could you forget Trollface's dad?

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nurple
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Right. Honestly, Saran Wrap. What were you thinking?

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Stormfeather
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pob14, when I have long alphanumeric strings written down they're usually a) an order number, or b) a tracking number. Just as an attempt to help.

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Saran Wrap
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So, Trollface, what is your dad's name doing on my neon green notepad? Is he planning an invasion of Texas, and I'm supposed to remember to vote for him or incur the wrath of Snopesters worldwide?

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"I find in myself desires which nothing in this earth can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world." C.S. Lewis

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trollface
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Well, I could ask him, but if that's the case, then he's not likely to tell, is he?

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seriously , everyone on here , just trys to give someone crap about something they do !! , its shitting me to tears.

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quiltsbypam
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Well, gee, Trollface, he might tell YOU and then you could tell US...

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Saran Wrap
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I've already blown his cover, so I guess he'll have to come up with another evil plot. I'm sure you'll inform us about the change of plans, won't you, Trollface?

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"I find in myself desires which nothing in this earth can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world." C.S. Lewis

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Rhiandmoi
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wow posted in the complete wrong thread. Carry on. Nothing to see here.

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Stormfeather
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Oh, and I meant to add, I do the same thing, so don't worry. On second thought, I already *know* I've lost my mind long ago so... go ahead and worry if you want. [lol]

Case in point, a shopping list I started writing a while back. I tend to include both market and non-market items on the same list, separated by space, so that if I end up at someplace like the Wal-Mart supercenter which has both I can pick them up.

Well, anyhow, on that list amongst other stuff I wanted to pick up, I have "CD player" listed. And I can't figure out why!! I don't think I'd intended to buy one as a gift for anyone, and I have a working one here at home that I'm still happy with... The only thing I can think of is maybe I'd wanted to write down the name of a CD I wanted to pick up, and wasn't really paying attention while I was writing and happened to have my eyes drift over to the CD player and wrote the wrong thing absentmindedly, or something.

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Victoria J
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I'm another person who does this sort of thing all the time. At the moment I am trying to write a case record for advice given to a client when the only notes I have say "39 - Mortgage" and I have no memory of talking to this person, what their problem was or what I said.

My best ever though was when I spent a very long time on the phone to someone, while taking notes. I thought it was going pretty well and I was writing the notes down automatically. I was actually quite smug until I put the phone down and discovered that I had written perfect notes for my side of the conversation.

Victoria J

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Tabbymago
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quote:
Originally posted by Rhiandmoi:
wow posted in the complete wrong thread. Carry on. Nothing to see here.

This is strangely appropriate. [Big Grin]

-Tabby
the princess with claws

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quiltsbypam
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quote:
Originally posted by Saran Wrap:
I've already blown his cover, so I guess he'll have to come up with another evil plot. I'm sure you'll inform us about the change of plans, won't you, Trollface?

Actually, Trollface's father is going to invade Texas so poor Trollface will finally be able to warm up.

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If you're like me, you'll remember and blurt it out at the most inappropriate time. For example, a board meeting, a public restroom, or during sex.

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quote:
Originally posted by Cervus:
If you're like me, you'll remember and blurt it out at the most inappropriate time. For example, a board meeting, a public restroom, or during sex.

Or you could go for the hat trick and blurt it out while having sex at a board meeting in a public restroom.

Nonny

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quiltsbypam
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That might be a board meeting interesting enough to attend.

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"No Biblical hell could ever be worse than the state of perpetual inconsequence." Beatrice in Dangerous Beauty

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Doug4.7
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I once fell asleep in a history class while taking notes. The weird part was I started to dream and kept taking notes while I slept. The dream was quite weird. Too bad I could not read my notes after I woke up...

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This is why I finally stopped keeping a dream journal. I need my sleep too much to wake up in the middle of the night and write in long coherent sentences, so I tried to keep it short and try to expand on it in the morning.

Needless to say, although scrawled phrases like, "aliens---the wrong kind, though" or, "too many bunnies," were an interesting exercise in confusion, they ultimately didn't give me that much insight into my thought processes.

Izunya

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Adelaide
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quote:
Originally posted by pob14:
Right now, there's a text file on this computer with nothing but a big long alphanumeric string.

Did you recently take the O.W.L.s at the Harry Potter site, and could that be the code you enter to find out your results?

I just came across a scrap of paper the other day with mine on it and remembered that's what it was. Just another suggestion.

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I have numerous phone numbers on Post It notes scattered about my desk at the moment. I rather fancy phoning one and saying "Who are you?" when they answer.

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Silence should never under any circumstances be construed as agreement. A lot of the time, it's simply a reflection that someone just said something so stupid that no response could possibly do it justice. - Ramblin' Dave

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Saran Wrap
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I remembered!

I had actually spoken to FOUR people on the phone, not three, I had just blocked out the call from the insurance telemarketer. I guess I scribbled his name down because I was bored.

So, Trollface, is your father selling insurance?

ETA: sorry, my revelation didn't occur anywhere interesting, like during sex in the bathroom during a board meeting. I'm sorry I'm so boring.

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Don Enrico
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There's a notepad right here beside my saying

39
70
102
44

I guess I was calculating something, or at least started to - but what? and why?

Don "255" Enrico

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Saint Gryphon
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quote:
Originally posted by Stormfeather:
Well, anyhow, on that list amongst other stuff I wanted to pick up, I have "CD player" listed. And I can't figure out why!! I don't think I'd intended to buy one as a gift for anyone, and I have a working one here at home that I'm still happy with... The only thing I can think of is maybe I'd wanted to write down the name of a CD I wanted to pick up, and wasn't really paying attention while I was writing and happened to have my eyes drift over to the CD player and wrote the wrong thing absentmindedly, or something.

Do you live with someone? I do this to my better half all the time. I keep adding a Wii to the list but I never see her bring one back [Big Grin]

Other things I am well known for adding to the shopping list, dehydrated water, limpet mines, space ships and small countries. I still don't own any of them [Frown]

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I don't use a notebook in school, but take all class notes on my laptop. Anytime I need to write something down quickly, I put it on an index card. Thus, my bag is filled with index cards listing library call numbers and all sorts of random things.

One of my latest creations: "Barnes, Cavadini, Hill, Muller, Lancaster, See Sermon 52.2, Thomist 60 123-139, Aug. Studies 26 51-79 BR65.A9A9, Kaepelli - SJS, Rupert of Deutz"

I know who and what all of those words stand for, but I have no idea what my thought process was at the time.

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quote:
Originally posted by Doug4.7:
I once fell asleep in a history class while taking notes. The weird part was I started to dream and kept taking notes while I slept. The dream was quite weird. Too bad I could not read my notes after I woke up...

I tend to need a lot of sleep, and I can fall asleep pretty easily in weird places. I couldn't have made it through college, with the little amount of time I had for sleep after doing my studying, if I didn't perfect what I called "sleep notes". I would stay awake during the first few minutes of class, and the last few minutes of class, when most new or important information was covered. The time in between, my concious mind would be asleep, but my subconcious would be awake enough to wake me whenever the professor would write something on the board. I would open my eyes, copy down the formula, then go back to sleep. I know I drove the professors nuts, because I'd always sit pretty much front and center, too. One professor mentioned to my mother at graduation that I was the only student who could sleep through all of his classes and still get an A.

Anyway, this sleep note taking worked pretty well, as long as I wasn't more tired than usual. If I had a particularly late night, or was sick or whatever, I wouldn't fall mostly asleep, I'd fall all the way asleep (drooling into my palm, etc). One time I apparently started dreaming in the middle of trying to take a note, and my formula came out looking something like "x=y^2 except when the ice cream's done".

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So when will the ice cream be done? I don't like math, but if there was ice cream I might change my mind.

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pob14
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quote:
Originally posted by Adelaide:
quote:
Originally posted by pob14:
Right now, there's a text file on this computer with nothing but a big long alphanumeric string.

Did you recently take the O.W.L.s at the Harry Potter site, and could that be the code you enter to find out your results?
I have never taken any owls, and I wouldn't know what to do with them if I did take any. I didn't even know they were missing! [Big Grin]
I gave up on Harry Potter about ten pages into the first book, so that's not it.
quote:
Originally posted by Stormfeather:
pob14, when I have long alphanumeric strings written down they're usually a) an order number, or b) a tracking number. Just as an attempt to help.

Ah, a tracking number . . . yes, that may very well be it! I feel better now.

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Don Enrico
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quote:
Originally posted by Saint Gryphon:
quote:
Originally posted by Stormfeather:
Well, anyhow, on that list amongst other stuff I wanted to pick up, I have "CD player" listed. And I can't figure out why!! I don't think I'd intended to buy one as a gift for anyone, and I have a working one here at home that I'm still happy with... The only thing I can think of is maybe I'd wanted to write down the name of a CD I wanted to pick up, and wasn't really paying attention while I was writing and happened to have my eyes drift over to the CD player and wrote the wrong thing absentmindedly, or something.

Do you live with someone? I do this to my better half all the time. I keep adding a Wii to the list but I never see her bring one back [Big Grin]

Other things I am well known for adding to the shopping list, dehydrated water, limpet mines, space ships and small countries. I still don't own any of them [Frown]

That's neat! If I where living with you, I would be tempted to get a Wii (or a small country) just for the fun of putting it it the shopping bag with all the other stuff and then ask you to "put the groceries away".

To continue the hijack: I like your screen name and sigline, too - mostly for the part that whenever I'm explaining what RPG's are about, it will involve the line "... and the group gets some kind of quest, like freeing the fair dragon from the claws of the fire-breathing maiden or something like that ..."

Don "Dungeon Master" Enrico

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