#1607 – Memory

With a weird working schedule and two kids I constantly get woken up in the middle of a dream. I have to quickly deal with a child or some such situation and my dream quickly fades into the background. This often leaves me with the vague sense that I forgot to finish something I was doing earlier or that there’s somewhere I was supposed to go. The caffeine kills all that.

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9 thoughts on “#1607 – Memory”

  1. Azkyroth says:

    The other problem with brain transplants is that the people who need a donated brain the most are traveling at 45 miles per hour in a 65 mile per hour zone, in cramped quarters, and probably don’t keep their cars surgery-clean. 🙁

  2. The picture kinda reminds me of the plastic skeleton we had at school… Except that there was no brain in the skeleton’s skull. Poor skeleton…

    It also reminds me of a short story that I wrote a couple of years ago, where the two main characters switched brains with each other. The results were… interesting, to say the least…

    1. kingklash says:

      You ever hear of Karl Pilkington’s script idea for a brain transplant movie? It’s either the most genius, or utterly insane thing ever proposed, and I would watch it if someone was wild enough to commit it to film.

  3. spidercow says:

    what was I doing again? What’s this squishy gross thing?

  4. pbarnrob says:

    I’ve never needed to start a brain transplant to do that.

    I still wander from room to room with something in my hand, intending to leave it as part of a project; find something else I need to do, and part of the ‘stuff’ for that, put down what I had, pick up the other, head into the next room; repeat…

    And I didn’t need to be loaded to do that!

  5. Kree says:

    “Well, getting the brain out was the easy part. The hard part was getting the brain out!”

  6. infrapinklizzard says:

    ” ‘Brain’ and ‘brain’ and ‘brain’!” [Stamps foot] “What is ‘brain?!?”

    Best worst Star Trek episode ever.

  7. Marscaleb says:

    This made me laugh out loud.

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