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April 22, 2008
Suppose that you require extra confirmation of everything. Suppose that your mind wipes it all away, not even every day, but every hour, every minute; everything leaves. Everything has changed, you’re told. The sticky residue still remains, and if you can will it hard enough, memory can sometimes be enough.

Suppose that you find yourself continually stumbling amongst the evidence. Suppose that, no matter how small or how unintended, these extra moments reaffirm your reason. Tides and tides of it; bringing about such vastly unexpected reactions that they numb you a little. Stockpile them away; your very own cognitive battalion.