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I remember 1973 more clearly than Sam Tyler

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Filed under: cars, general, Hong Kong, interests, New Zealand, Wellington—Jack Yan @ 11.13

3 Responses to ‘I remember 1973 more clearly than Sam Tyler’

  1. jaklumen says:

    Those who know me intimately believe me when I say I remember details about my first few days of mortality. (How interesting it was when scientists declared that babies have fuzzy vision to start… they’re right, from my experience.) I have a fairly uncanny long-term memory, although most of the time, I don’t trust it. But then… I lack trust on a lot of things.

  2. Jack Yan says:

    I believe you, too, Jak: if it’s possible for me to go to a few months of age, then I certainly believe someone who says he can go back to a few days. Incredible that you remember and can confirm the fuzzy vision.

  3. […] my parents and my widowed maternal grandmother, who lived with us ever since I could remember—and I remember an awfully long time. We even had a photo taken around 1975–6 of the four of us, that I just remember represented […]

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