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8:15am on Tuesday, 5th June, 2007:
Underneath my bed I keep a notebook and pen, for those times when I have ideas just before going to sleep and want to write them down before I forget them. I use it maybe once or twice a year, and last night was one of those occasions. I'd thought of some topics to ask trivia questions about, and didn't want to go to the rather arduous bother of recalling them next morning. In my experience, if I think of something just before falling asleep that I want to remember, then either it will come as soon as I ask for it or I'll have to endure an exhausting process of recall to get it.
Here are two of the ideas I wrote down:
The top one says "coastal erosion", but what does the bottom one say?
It took me half an hour of waiting on a process to find out what I'd written.
Referenced by The Unreadable Read.
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