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Monday, October 30, 2006
 
A friend of ours sent me some belated suggestions for our NY trip -- one being to visit the NY Public Library Main Reading Room. My response was that we were already home and had not visited it, but I think maybe I visited it once as a kid. But I'm not sure whether I am remembering something real, or just a movie or photos I have seen. Which makes me ask, does it really count if I can't remember?

So, does an experience count anymore if you've forgotten it?
 
Comments:
Sure. All that matters is that you can say you did something. Although people usually don't give you credit if you did it when you were just a little kid. So if you were below, say, the arbitrary figure of 6 years three months and 22 days old, then no, it doesn't count.
 
But, I can *say* that I did anything. "I've been to Morocco." There. How do you know if it's true?
 
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