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The humming of the large machine gave me a headache-it hurt in the front left
side where I stored temporary information that would eventually be seperated
by a series of numbers and dots that I allocated into groups on cards-these
cards were file cards, and eventually became files with information on them.
I used a complicated series of codes and things-picture idents and trivia-also
redundant behavioral patterns that linked think-thought-provoke type situations,
that made it easier for my retrieval sytem to identify a memory perameter from
a binary line entry-e.g.-If a data card had a picture of a smile face and a
number and a dot, like 11.0 "smile face"-this could be linked to a series-
"smile on the 11 th time, 0-denotes the picture queue, and the number can be
antequated to be a relevant symbiant-so if I remember something on a particular
card-"0"-Then I will smile all the time, being that the "0" is my first card,
and the index number is never started on "1". When Ms. Babtree entered the room
with aspirin, I smiled, and said-"Thank You ma'am"-she smiled back, and warmly
entered a plea with her thoughts-I liked her, and she liked it best when I
used speach to return favors-not like "that"-ha ha...





D.E.M.-04

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D.E.M.


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