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Having a photographic memory is great. It makes studying for tests easier. It's easier to find your car in large parking lot. You don't get in trouble for forgetting birthdays. But I recently I found a drawback. I like buying things. Many things that are expensive and I don't really need it. It's easier to not buy things in physical stores because it takes a trip to get out there. As long as I don't go to the store, I can't buy anything. But online shopping is different. You can purchase anything you like with click of the mouse. People try to stop their compulsive online shopping by freezing their credit cards in a block of ice. They have to wait until it defrosts for them to buy anything. But with the photographic memory, I have memorized my credit card number. Now I can buy things without getting the credit card. I am free to buy anything I like. I'm doomed.
posted by Charles Wang 11:04 PM | 0 comments
A stork is not a very large bird. For stork to carry babies that weigh up to ten pounds could be quite a challenge. I bet storks drop babies all the time since they're so heavy. That's why there are so many stupid people.
posted by Charles Wang 11:37 PM | 0 comments
I mentioned a while back how during the last presidential election my parents canceled each other's vote because my dad voted for Gore while my mom voted for Bush. This year it has become worse. My dad is staying with the democrats and voting for Kerry while my mom still shows support for Bush. My brother decided to throw his vote to Nader and I will vote for Kucinich. This is not a bright shining moment for democracy.
posted by Charles Wang 9:41 AM | 1 comments
If we really are what we eat, does that mean we are all cannibals?
posted by Charles Wang 9:13 PM | 0 comments
chocolate banana creme coffee cake
posted by Charles Wang 8:46 PM | 0 comments