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Subject: [NH] سكس
داخل
مدينة
ألعاب
بنت
موظفة
تمارس
بليل عند
لألعاب و
الغنج
مصرية
مثيرة
فلم كامل
طويل - msg#00010

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سكس داخل مدينة ألعاب بنت موظفة تمارس بليل عند لألعاب و الغنج مصرية مثيرة فلم كامل طويل

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Re: Anyone here try Pmemory?

It works.ÂOn Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 8:57 PM, whoisbambam <smathern@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: i am in my 40s. my father has a degree in psychology (masters) and rehab. i was into memory improvement because i couldnt keep up. therefore, in 1991 when I had lots of spare money, i thru it at the problem, from meditation, mind entrainment (yeah, it was around bck then too), to a dozen or so books on memory techniques.......i used to be able to remember about 40digit numbers within a few minutes. i once tried to memorize the periodic chart with these systems as a 'test'. It would have worked, and much better than any rote technique for certain--i had memorized about half the chart successfully. but to memorize information while listening to a lecture in college, it seemed useless. And for vast information in anatomy, physiology, microbiology, chemistry--it seemed equally fruitless again, I am NOT saying pmemory doesnt work....... what i am saying is that it seems counterintuitive that if they were so good at making ppl academically successful, you would have thought it would displace the abuse of adderall, provigil, piracetam, 'speed', etc etc etc, as these are used in the college community, yet few used advanced memory systems. Few also use 'association' systems, but i DID see them used. I was pretty good in school, so some ppl told me to go meet this 'prodigy' from another lab class........ so i did......... his memory techniques were impressive (he was a middle-aged welder going back to school), and he extensively used a visualization, word association technique unique to himself--it seemed quite bazaar to me, but now that i can reflect back, i know what it was now....... On Apr 30, 7:44Âpm, DziaÅo, Christopher <chrisdzi...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > How old are you bambam? > On Apr 30, 2011 8:34 PM, "whoisbambam" <smath...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > Mike L., > > > Yes, there are at least 3 people here that are in love with pmemory > > apparently. Looks like one just posted for you. > > > If you ARE going to do the program, from what I have gathered you need > > to be dedicated to the process, no matter how banal it may seem to you > > personally. > > > I have known about it for years, and I remain on the fence. > > > I remain skeptical that memory systems as advanced as pmemory allow > > one to learn college material better than a repetition system like you > > see built into flash card systems like supermemo (probly the first), > > mnemosyne (open source), and anki. I have heard that anki has > > seriously improved over the last 9months. > > > if you need to learn information 'in order' or a list of stuff or card > > counting techniques, u probly could get away with what is out there in > > books like harry lorayne and tony buzan--much of what can be found > > online nowadays. > > > One of the reasons that I remain skeptical over the years is that I > > havent seen his revolutionary system on the news channels about how it > > is the next best thing since sliced bread, allowing thousands of > > college students to graduate with great distinction, etc etc etc > > > I mean, if it works sooooooooo good, why hasnt it taken the college > > community by storm?????? > > > everybody here KNOWS that dnb training only marginally improves your > > mind--what i find intriguing about dnb is its maintenance features--i > > feel it will slow down my cognitive decline rate, in addition to > > restoring my mind 'close' to what it was in college (i know for > > certain my mind was 'faster' and i have more 'drive' in college days > > as compared to now) > > > i could be entirely wrong about all this.......it is just an opinion > > based on years of observation--i have seen these memory experts since > > the 90s, yet it remains relatively ignored except for certain, narrow > > circumstances. > > > On Apr 30, 5:20 pm, "Mike L." <cool2bwi...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> And if so, what're your thoughts? Anything better? Is it even > >> efficacious? Browsing the pmemory forums, I read from some people that > >> they were noticing improvements in overall cognition; What're your > >> thoughts on this -does this seem plausible? > > > -- > > You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups > > "Dual N-Back, Brain Training & Intelligence" group.> To post to this group, send email to brain-training@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. > > To unsubscribe from this group, send email to > > brain-training+unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.> For more options, visit this group at > > http://groups.google.com/group/brain-training?hl=en. > > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Dual N-Back, Brain Training & Intelligence" group. To post to this group, send email to brain-training@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. To unsubscribe from this group, send email to brain-training+unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. 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