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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for October 24, 2009

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    thegreentick  over 10 years ago

    I can totally relate. The scary part is that I’m only 25.

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    cdward  over 10 years ago

    Greenstick, I was too. The good news is, in the last 24 years it doesn’t seem to have gotten any worse. Not any better, but not any worse.

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    canadaeh  over 10 years ago

    what were you discussing ? i forgot,

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    cleokaya  over 10 years ago

    My dad was taking Gingko and was telling his friend that he was taking a tablet to help with memory. His friend asked what he was taking. My dad replied, I can’t remember.

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    Dkram  over 10 years ago

    That’s ok, I get lost walking around a broom stick.

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    chromosome Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Just a warning check-in: the doc told my 94-year-old dad to stop taking gingko pills because they might worsen stroke risk.

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    Ushindi Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Does anyone know what I was going to write here?

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    gblehgocomics  over 10 years ago

    pirate at panel 3.

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    yyyguy  over 10 years ago

    i have a great memory, but it’s short!

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    Saucy1121 Premium Member over 10 years ago

    I have a photographic memory. Too bad I ran out of film.

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    newworldmozart  over 10 years ago

    another news flash, taking the gingko pills do nothing for your memory or brain power. Making your brain actually work is what increases brain power. Crossword puzzles, Sudko, and those type of games is what keeps the mind sharp. Also playing games that you have to move and have hand and eye coordination also help maintain and improve brain function. And no computer and video games do not qualify.

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    Rakkav  over 10 years ago

    But Internet activity apparently does…

    http://www.livescience.com/health/091019-internet-brain.html

    On the other hand…

    http://www.livescience.com/culture/090224-internet-brain.html

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