Brain food for the starving gray matter

by Ken Carpenter

Brains are tricky things, and mine is trickier than most. It works when it shouldn’t and doesn’t when it should. No surprise there, you might say, to which I would respond, “Huh?”
Any half-assed writer who wanted to do the research could write a book on brain quirks. I saved time by only doing 1058.
Hopefully most of you won’t find any correlation between my many brain farts and your own when you read the following story. Some of you will though, but don’t feel too badly.
You could be me.

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