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January 23, 2016
And you will say, no, names aren't necessary for remembering. You can remember a person based on their smell, the way their hair moves in the wind, the sound of their voice at 4 a.m. But let me ask, I'm a mug, see, I can't move. If I shatter and get thrown in the trash, how would you remember me, when I can be replaced anytime by numerous other mugs. I can hear you judging me, a mug. Why is it so concerned with identity? You'd ask this. And all I can say is, who isn't, or, what isn't?