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GUEST,Cruiser BS: Do you have A.A.A.D.D.? (50) RE: BS: Do you have A.A.A.D.D.? 22 Dec 07

This thread *reminded* (ha) me of the Christmas classic tradition movie that will be playing on NBC today "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946)

In the film, the character Uncle Billy Bailey (Thomas Mitchell) was so forgetful he was always tying strings on his fingers to remember tasks but could not remember what each string was for.
While getting ready to post this, I was trying to get to IMDb to check out the actor's name who played the uncle because I certainly did not *remember* it even though I saw the movie 4 days or so ago. Well, my Internet Explorer quit working when I linked to IMDb because I needed a new version of Adobe Flash Player 9. I installed the version 9 and I *forgot* what I was searching for until a few minutes later I *remembered* I was on Mudcat and had planned to post to this thread (to be honest I remembered with the help of the IE History tab under Favorites).

Now, I mostly posted on this AAADD thread before as tongue-in-cheek, but now I am not so sure or certain……

One thing for sure: I can watch the movie again and parts of it might well be brandnew.

I admitted to my brief lapse of *memory* so those of you who, unlike me, really have AAADD (or is that AADDD?) would feel better about being forgetful if you knew other people had trouble remembering *sometimes*.

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