Best Knock-Knock Book Ever by Charles Keller
Memories Are Made Of This
Look at the following characters for as long as you like and then try to copy them onto a piece of paper without looking back at them. In fact, most people in Britain would probably need to copy it one character at a time and maybe even one stroke at a time. You might then need to look back at it a dozen times to be sure you had it right. If on the other hand you have learned some Russian, four of the symbols would be immediately familiar, so perhaps a couple of glances would do. This might seem like a trivial observation, but it reveals something rather profound about the way our brains work — and about memory in particular.
DEAN MARTIN leaves restaurant -- eight weeks before his death Christmas Day 1995
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