/ \ Respond;
Without using memory as a basis for continuous identity, nothing happened.
reveals the simplicity of it
if I don't take it seriously,
this is unbearably simple,
No way to quantify memories non-arbitrarily, not discounting, actually looking.
Like today I was thinking....about my father
And I was 35 years old
And 2 weeks after becoming a grandfather
And now it's been 17years,
He's been gone
Which all is just a memory or series of,
Outside of which,
It never happened.
Without using memory as a basis for continuous identity, even "nothing happened" never happened and on and on and on...
Funny ad-infinitum is a 'logical fallacy' even though it is the actual nature of event. It is certainly a nagging habit.
It's easy to confuse thought with sentences. They are and are not the same thing.