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What happens when you can’t think

What happens when you can't think

I cannot think today. In fact, I just tweeted this:

The very fact that I misspelled “most” reinforces the fact that I cannot think. Pretty funny.

With my brain turned off today, I was reminiscing about the six-foot tall bowl of chocolate candy 10 years ago outside the Tribune Tower. This made me realize, that while today my brain cannot think, I am going back to memories to fill my brain.

While memories are all good and essential. Do some people who can’t think, just rely on memories to fill their brain? And that’s why some people live in the past and never learn?

2 Responses to What happens when you can’t think

  1. unlikelymoose October 9, 2013 at 6:15 pm #

    You did some smart thinking with that post graphic. Layering two Post-It Notes on top of each other with the shadow is really cool.

  2. Matt Maldre October 14, 2013 at 4:06 pm #

    Thanks! It was mostly me wanting to simply draw a brain, and then put a cross-out sign on top of it. Doing two separate drawings allowed me to draw it faster.

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