Half Of 26-Year-Old’s Memories Nintendo-Related

From The Onion Nearly 50 percent of 26-year-old paralegal Philip Jenkins’ encoded long-term memories involve button combinations, game-playing experiences, and spatial-cognitive maps of various levels and worlds from Nintendo’s line of video-game consoles, a team of neuroscientists reported Tuesday.  

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A Londoner from eastern Canada. City of London Guide, fixer of Macs, collector of old video games, appreciative of synths.

One thought on “Half Of 26-Year-Old’s Memories Nintendo-Related”

  1. Sounds like a lot of the latchjey kids of the 90s. You can make long lasting connections with a surprising number from our generation with a subtle nod to the Konami code.

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