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#1

Deb:

At the age of 40, we all start to slide, but until we turn 65,
it’s called CRS Syndrome. That stands for Can’t Remember S**t.

Laura


#2

Hi Deb,

What was I going to talk about?:slight_smile: Oh, yes, at 42 you are a mere
child. I firmly believe that that problem comes from total
absorbtion in ones own work. Age doesn’t help matters.

Regards,

Skip

                                  Skip Meister
                                NRA Endowment and
                                   Instructor
                                @Skip_Meister
                                01/14/9814:41:32

#3

Laura-

Thanks, it will help to have a name for my affliction. I feel I
am only moments away from telling long dull stories, wearing
clothes with spots out in public, and leaving the stove on under
an empty pan…next step is the “home”. Is there an old
jewelers home we can all go to?

Deb


#4
   At the age of 40, we all start to slide, but until we turn
65,  it's called CRS Syndrome.  That stands for Can't Remember
S**t.

G’day; So; what do you call it when you reach the age of 76?
Alzheimer’s? Or just plain “duh”!?

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#5

OH, yes, the old jeweler’s home. We get saws with no teeth,
flux made out of flour and water, lots of gas but no matches.
We’ll all sit around and talk about the 10 carat diamond ring
that we ALMOST got to set, but it got away…

Laura


#6
   I forgot to turn off the car and it was still running.  Is
42 too young for this kind of memory loss?  Maybe those
chemicals in the studio are having an effect I hadn't  thought
of.

It’s called “Mental Pause” starts about now and will eventually
turn into permanent “Brain Cramps” not a pretty picture. Next
comes wondering from room to room not remembering what you were
looking for. :slight_smile:


#7

comes wondering from room to room not remembering what you were
looking for. <

-Oh! I’ve got that! When it happens, the wife sits quietly
smiling, and just watches my until I realize whats’s happening-
then I can hardly get her to stop laughing. (And she’s the older
one!) -go figure!

Tim Goodwin