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March 1, 2001

Odd, this journal entry seems to have erased itself, (I must've had an old edit window open that overwrote the contents) but I still have the notes for most of it...

Guestbook Quote of the Moment
the mental capacity of recalling or recognizing previously learned behavior or past experiences. OR COMPUTER COMPONENTS THAT STORE DATA. 2 different definitions for the same word that you have mastered.
--Jenny, 2001.02.27
I'm not sure what this means. Is the word "memory"?

Movie Quote of the Moment
[Challenged to say if he considers anything holy.] Yes! The individual human mind. In a child's ability to master the multiplication table, there is more holiness than all your shouted hosannas and holy holies. An idea is more important that a monument and the advancement of Man's knowledge more miraculous than all the sticks turned to snakes and the parting of the waters.
Henry Drummond in From Inherit the Wind (1960) via IMBDB