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CONTENTS
D1 Why are we doing this again? ......................................................................................................................... 4 D2 Remembering Imagination ................................................................................................................................ 6 Imagination is a basic life skill: strengthen your memory with exaggeration and personification. (Picture link, five outward senses) 6

D3 Linking It Up ............................................................................................................................................................. 8 D4 Walking Down Memory Lane ......................................................................................................................... 10 Our memory of space is what gets us home: store things in it with the method of place. (the Dal rule, commute) The method of place works on our body: link words and sounds in order with rhymes. (Five inward senses, order/category, introduction to phonics) Keep your memory safe with redundancy: visit them by looking up addresses and neighbours. (Code, Store, Recall; cross-bracing) Signs put one meaning in another thing: learn how to form and remember them through math instead of words. (Cross-bracing senses, caricatures) It is easy to make new ideas. Review code-store-recall, ordering/matching, crossed senses, and the Dal rule. Real life examples. Build structural spaces in your mind and put things in your house. (Organising) Read a poem out loud and draw pictures to store in your house. (Rhyme, rhythm, and the memory triangle of word, sight, and sound. Poem, Ulysses.) Present your ideas with simple pictures and talking points in the house. (Coding and recalling speeches by ear. Sales presentation, Volkswagen.) Understand what makes a speech tick with Lincoln. Summarize his lines and keep them in your house. (a simplified Gettysburg Address) Use your body rhyme to remember a list of assignments or a how-to guide as a story. (Building narrative) Break down big words by linking sounds to sights. (Comparing sounds across languages.) 10

D5 Body Chimes.......................................................................................................................................................... 12 12

D6 Stacking The Cabinets ....................................................................................................................................... 14 14

D7 Your Time To Sign............................................................................................................................................... 15 15

D8 On The Seventh Day ........................................................................................................................................... 17 17 18

D9 Home Sweet Home ............................................................................................................................................. 18 D10 Seek A Newer World ....................................................................................................................................... 19 19

D11 The People's Car................................................................................................................................................ 21 21

D12 Speech, Speech................................................................................................................................................... 24 24

D13 Sales Stitch........................................................................................................................................................... 27 27

D14 Relatively Speaking.......................................................................................................................................... 28 28

D15 Lippy Numbers .................................................................................................................................................. 29

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Remember where you make sounds in a word, and link numbers to sounds. (Spelling, reading, and consonants) Replace the meaning of numbers with sounds, and then pictures; draw them in your commute. (Building habits from routine memory.) Conclude the number games with big number challenges; understand the concept between digital and analogue information. (Face memory.) The Space-Picture-Action rule in action: piecemeal techniques to remember names in spaces. Draw caricatures by reading faces in pictures and exaggerating features. Combine the space and picture from the last two lessons, and wrap it up with an action. (Decluttering) Simplify everything with the Dal rule: skim through magazines and play with numbers as dates. (Describing the indescribable and mental arithmetic) Grow your memory by yourself, by observing how you speak and charting it. (Building tables and systems, phonics and accents) A summary of the memory triangle (word-sight-sound): some real life examples. Using memory of space to remember 20 abstract ideas. (House files, abstraction) Revisiting rhymes, routes, and the rest. The Ladder of Abstraction exercises. Revisiting the memory house, cleaning up, and redecorating with new sales tricks. A final inventory in the house. New faces on old commutes. Sorting out the order in abstract ideas. Ciceros Original Method of Loci. A final wrap-up of the three-by-three trivium for extension studies. Films, novels, and stories. A final word on music and the Last Hippie.

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D16 Plugging Into The Matrix ............................................................................................................................... 31 31

D17 Hear The Clock Tick ......................................................................................................................................... 33 33

D18 Faceblind .............................................................................................................................................................. 34 34 35 36

D19 Funny One-liners .............................................................................................................................................. 35

D22 Cleaning Up For A Date .................................................................................................................................. 37 37

D23 Charting In The Sea Of Memory.................................................................................................................. 39 39 41 43 48 50

D24 A World In Review ........................................................................................................................................... 41 D25 The Abstract House........................................................................................................................................... 43 D26 Lost In Rhymes .................................................................................................................................................. 48 D27 Dirty Tricks ......................................................................................................................................................... 50 D28 Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................ 52 52

D29 Alma Mater .......................................................................................................................................................... 55 56 58

D30 The Long Goodbye ........................................................................................................................................... 58 Appendix: Ministerial Portraits ............................................................................................................................... 60

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D1 WHY ARE WE DOING THIS AGAIN? The 21st century Art of Memory is a 2500-years-late update for the rulebook of remembering things.
1. We learn to link 1 2. 3.

SOUNDS and PICTURES We link words together to READ and WRITE . We use writing to find our WAY around the world.
2 3 4 5

to say words.

FIGURE 1 THE FORGETTING CURVE

WE EXERCISE OUR MEMORY OF NATURAL THINGS:


1. memory of 6 2. memory of 7 3. memory of 8

SIGHT , both real and imagined, SOUND , in actual and made-up words, and SPACE , in houses and commutes. ORDERED words),

WE MOVE OVER TO OUR MEMORY OF MAN-MADE THINGS:


1. memory of words and lists (i.e. 9 2. memory of 10

TIME and events, and

SOUNDS PICTURES 3 READ 4 WRITE 5 WAY 6 SIGHT 7 SOUND 8 SPACE 9 ORDERED 10 TIME
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3. memory of 11

NUMBER and the sounds they make.


WE SET UP THREE SIMPLE RULES:

1. Every picture has a 12 2. 3.


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POWERFUL , UNUSUAL ACTION . Every event has a SPACE , an ACTION , and a PICTURE . Every story has EVENTS , and in stories, ORDER is king.
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WE LEARN THREE MEMORY SKILLS:


1. 2. 3.
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RHYMING , as in songs and poems, to remember words. DRAWING exaggerated pictures, or caricatures, to remember peoples faces. CROSS -BRACING your five senses, to remember signs.
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THE RESULT IS THAT WE WILL REMEMBER, BY THE END OF THE MONTH,


1. Any 24 2. 3.
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WORD or PICTURE list, Any SPEECH or NUMBER , and Anyones FACE and NAME .
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NUMBER POWERFUL 13 UNUSUAL 14 ACTION 15 SPACE 16 ACTION 17 PICTURE 18 EVENTS 19 ORDER 20 RHYMING 21 DRAWING 22 CROSS-BRACING 23 -BRACING 24 WORD 25 PICTURE 26 SPEECH 27 NUMBER 28 FACE 29 NAME
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D2 REMEMBERING IMAGINATION
IMAGINATION IS A BASIC LIFE SKILL: STRENGTHEN YOUR MEMORY WITH EXAGGERATION AND PERSONIFICATION. (PICTURE LINK, FIVE OUTWARD SENSES)

FIGURE 2 THE PERSISTENCE OF MEMORY, BY SALVADOR DALI

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bugle Control Draw Dredger Frame

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jeans Link Potato Sharon Soy

11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Advantage Currency Family Jam Lace

16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Quilt Rubber Scallion Ship Tempo

ENCODE AND EXAGGERATE


Encode the number within the picture. Pick the defining characteristics of the idea. Use exaggeration, personification, or both to highlight the idea.

FOR THE SECOND COLUMN:



30 31

JEANS for worker ants. Snow White cooking seven LINKS . Eight POTATOES a week with one to spare. Nine SHARON for Ariel Sharon who is almost ninety.
Six 30
31 32 33

JEANS LINKS 32 POTATOES

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Ten (34

SOY ) bean chili.

33 34

SHARON SOY

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D3 Linking It Up
MEMORY OF SIGHT AND THE FIRST LINK OF PICTURES

FIGURE 3 I DONT DO HUGS. I AM HUGS. SALVADOR D ALI

'Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain' 3.14159265 'How I like a drink, alcoholic of course, after the heavy lectures involving quantum mechanics.'

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THE CATHEDRAL ROUTE


1. Cathedral
2. 35

CLASS PASSBOOK AARDVARK DIPLOMA FAHRENHEIT PIN TIN

3. Lentil
4. 36

5. Stepdaughter
6. 37

7. Description 8.
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9. Car/Drive
10. 39

11. Olive
12. 40

13. Theory
14. 41

15. Transport

CLASS PASSBOOK 37 AARDVARK 38 DIPLOMA 39 FAHRENHEIT 40 PIN 41 TIN


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D4 WALKING DOWN MEMORY LANE


OUR MEMORY OF SPACE IS WHAT GETS US HOME: STORE THINGS IN IT WITH THE METHOD OF PLACE. (THE DAL RULE, COMMUTE)

FIGURE 4 THE TRUCKER'S BRAIN, BY SALVADOR DALI

THE COMMUTE
1. On a 42 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

PLANE : touchdown onto the tarmac. Walking through a jet BRIDGE . Going through CUSTOMS . Entering the ARRIVALS hall. Taking the UNDERGROUND train to city centre. Hitting the PUB next to the city centre train terminus. TRAIN ride.
43 44 45 46 47
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PLANE BRIDGE 44 CUSTOMS 45 ARRIVALS 46 UNDERGROUND 47 PUB 48 TRAIN


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SUBURBAN station. 9. Walking along the FOOTPATH through the park. 10. Arriving HOME .
8. Reaching the 49
50 51

LIST OF TEN
1. Birth
2. 52

BRACE COLD CONDITION MARACA VIOLIN

3. Cherries
4. 53

5. Comfort
6. 54

7. Ground
8. 55

9. Passenger
10. 56

SUBURBAN FOOTPATH 51 HOME 52 BRACE 53 COLD 54 CONDITION 55 MARACA 56 VIOLIN


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D5 BODY CHIMES
THE METHOD OF PLACE WORKS ON OUR BODY: LINK WORDS AND SOUNDS IN ORDER WITH RHYMES. (FIVE INWARD SENSES, ORDER/CATEGORY, INTRODUCTION TO PHONICS) FIVE INWARD WITS:
"common wit", "57 "58

IMAGINATION ", "fantasy", "estimation", and MEMORY "


FIVE OUTWARD WITS (FIVE SENSES)

hearing, sight, smell, touch and taste.

SONNET 141, BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE


In faith, I do not love thee with mine eyes, For they in thee a thousand errors note, But 'tis my heart that loves what they despise, Who in despite of view is pleased to dote. Nor are mine ears with thy tongue's tune delighted, Nor tender feeling to base touches prone, Nor taste, nor smell, desire to be invited To any sensual feast with thee alone; But my five wits nor my five senses can Dissuade one foolish heart from serving thee, Who leaves unswayed the likeness of a man, Thy proud heart's slave and vassal wretch to be. Only my plague thus far I count my gain, That she that makes me sin awards me pain.

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IMAGINATION MEMORY

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5. ILLUSTRATION SHOWING EXACTLY WHERE EACH OF THE 33 SOUNDS OF 1938 ENGLISH IS FORMED IN THE ORAL CAVITY (1938). TIME CAPSULE OF CUPALOY, BY WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC. PUBLIC DOMAIN PER PRELINGER LIBRARY.

BODY RHYME TABLE


0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [f] [v] [hw] [w] [t] [d] [tsh] [dzh] [n] [m] [th] [dh] [r] [k] [g] [ng] [sh] [zh] [s] [z] [l] [p] [b] Finger Temple Nose Mouth Throat Ribs Kidney Shin Leg Ball of the foot

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D6 STACKING THE CABINETS


KEEP YOUR MEMORY SAFE WITH REDUNDANCY: VISIT THEM BY LOOKING UP ADDRESSES AND NEIGHBOURS. (CODE, STORE, RECALL; CROSS-BRACING)

DIE ZAHLEN VON NULL BIS FNFZEHN


/di tsaln fn nl bs fnftsen/ null eins zwei drei vier fnf sechs sieben acht neun zehn elf zwlf dreizehn vierzehn und fnfzehn. /nl/ /ans/ /tsva/ /da/ /fi/ /fnf/ /zks/ /zibn/ /axt/ /nn/ /tsen/ /lf/ /tsvlf/ /datsen/ /ftsen/ /nt fnftsen/

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D7 YOUR TIME TO SIGN


SIGNS PUT ONE MEANING IN ANOTHER THING: LEARN HOW TO FORM AND REMEMBER THEM THROUGH MATH INSTEAD OF WORDS. (CROSS-BRACING SENSES, CARICATURES)

( )

( (

) )

WHEN I SEE EQUATION S, I SEE THE LETTERS IN COLORS: I DON'T KNOW WHY. AS I'M TALKING, I SEE VAGUE PICTURES OF BESSEL FUNCTIONS FROM JAHNKE AND EMDE'S BOOK, WITH LIGHT-TAN J'S, SLIGHTLY VIOLET-BLUISH N'S, AND DARK BROWN X'S FLYING AROUND. AND I WONDER WHAT THE HELL IT MUST LOOK LIKE TO THE STUDENTS. RICHARD FEYNMAN, NOBEL PRIZE WINNING PHYSICIST

COMPOUND INTEREST
( )

A equals P times open parenthesis, one plus r divided by n, close parenthesis to the power of nt.

A being the future value, P being the principal, or initial investment, R being the nominal interest rate, N being the number of times the interest is compounded per year, and T being the number of years.
59 60 61 62

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LOGISTIC GROWTH
(
A P 61 R 62 N 63 T
59 60

N is the world population in the year t K is the carrying capacity of our planet

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R is the birth rate.

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D8 ON THE SEVENTH DAY


IT IS EASY TO MAKE NEW IDEAS. REVIEW CODE-STORE-RECALL, ORDERING/MATCHING, CROSSED SENSES, AND THE DAL RULE. REAL LIFE EXAMPLES. IAMSCARED
1. I is for 64 2. 3.

IMPACT . Head-on, rear-end, rollover, et cetera. A is for AUTOMOBILE , as opposed to bicycle and pedestrian incidents M is for MEDICAL history, including heart, liver, and immune system, blood
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clotting abilities, obesity, and pregnancy 4. S is for 67 5. C is for 68 6. A is for 69 7. R is for 70 8. E is for 71

SPEED . 50 miles per hour, or 80 km per hour, is the cut-off point where COMPARTMENT intrusion. If the glove compartment is crushed by AGE . Anyone under five or over fifty-five is at risk. RESTRAINTS . Check if laps, shoulders, airbags and child seats are clear. EXTRICATION . If it takes more than 20 minutes to free passengers, DEATH .

medical attention becomes a must. more than twelve inches or 30 cm, there will be significant injuries.

lives are at stake even if the trapped person is conscious. 9. D is for 72

IMPACT AUTOMOBILE 66 MEDICAL 67 SPEED 68 COMPARTMENT 69 AGE 70 RESTRAINTS 71 EXTRICATION 72 DEATH


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D9 HOME SWEET HOME


BUILD STRUCTURAL SPACES IN YOUR MIND AND PUT THINGS IN YOUR HOUSE. (ORGANISING) BUILDING CODE
1. It must consist of permanent and 73 2. It should have 74

SPLIT spaces. Studios flats, RVs, and lofts, however

tiny or roomy they may be, need to be sliced up by their use.

TWO levels. In plain English, it shouldn't be built like a maze. The first level

are the big spaces where you can access the little spaces in the second level. If the front hall leads to the dining room, that should be the end of it, without a big walk-in closet or patio windows or anything. 3. Rooms have to be ordered. You should be able to number the rooms in a regular manner off the top of your head, even if you can't go directly from two consecutive rooms; bedrooms, for instance, might be sequenced in the clockwise direction.

SAMPLE HOUSE

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LOUNGE : Kitchen island, stairwell/bookcase, settee, fridge, and the multifuel stove. YARD : River, tool shed, green-lidded wheelie bin, blue-lidded recycling bin, and the BATHROOM : Freestanding bath, toilet, washing machine, tumble dryer, and wash STUDY : Bookshelves, desk, chair, laptop, and the ashtray. BEDROOM : Double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, nightstand, nightcap

brown-lidded compost bin.


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basin.
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SPLIT TWO 75 LOUNGE 76 YARD 77 BATHROOM 78 STUDY 79 BEDROOM


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D10 SEEK A NEWER WORLD


READ A POEM OUT LOUD AND DRAW PICTURES TO STORE IN YOUR HOUSE. (RHYME, RHYTHM, AND THE MEMORY TRIANGLE OF WORD, SIGHT, AND SOUND. POEM, ULYSSES. ) ULYSSES, BY ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON (EXCERPT)
1 Come, my 80

FRIENDS , WORLD . SMITE

'Tis not too late to seek a newer 81

Push off, and sitting well in order 82 The sounding furrows; for my 83 5 To 84

PURPOSE holds DIE .

SAIL beyond the sunset, and the baths GULFS will wash us down: HAPPY ISLES ,
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Of all the western stars, until I 85 It may be that the 86

It may be we shall touch the 87 And see the great 89

ACHILLES , whom we knew ABIDES ; and though WE ARE ;


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10 Though much is taken, much 90 We are not now that 91

STRENGTH which in old days

Moved earth and heaven; that which we are, 92

FRIENDS WORLD 82 SMITE 83 PURPOSE 84 SAIL 85 DIE 86 GULFS 87 HAPPY 88 ISLES 89 ACHILLES 90 ABIDES 91 STRENGTH
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One equal 94

TEMPER of heroic hearts, WILL FIND , and not to yield.

Made weak by time and fate, but strong in 95 15 To strive, to seek, to 96

WE ARE 94 TEMPER 95 WILL 96 FIND


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D11 THE PEOPLE'S CAR


PRESENT YOUR IDEAS WITH SIMPLE PICTURES AND TALKING POINTS IN THE HOUSE. (CODING AND RECALLING SPEECHES BY EAR. SALES PRESENTATION, VOLKSWAGEN .)

FIGURE 6 VOLKSWAGEN THINK SMALL CAMPAIGN

ECONOMY TALKING POINTS


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IMPERFECT . This car is not your dream vehicle.


The picture is a worn down but working car.

"It was the only thing to do after the 98 died." The picture is a poor farmer driving a VW bus. Is the 99 Live 100

MULE

ECONOMY trying to tell you something?


The picture is a line chart of a boom and bust economy, shaped like a Beetle.

BELOW your means.


The picture has Beetle 101

The picture is an underground Beetle. Think it over, New York, Chicago, San Francisco.

TAXICABS , which is what the ad is suggesting.

MAINTENANCE TALKING POINTS


Will we ever 102 the bug? Never. The picture is a bug zapper. VW says they will go on making the Beetle forever.
IMPERFECT MULE 99 ECONOMY 100 BELOW 101 TAXICABS 102 KILL
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KILL

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Need a 103 ? The picture is a car taken apart. VW parts are widely available. A Volkswagen, obviously. Even with enough 104 on it to hide the beetle shape. The picture is a running Beetle covered in snow. Its unique construction keeps dampness out.

PART

SNOW

FLOATING in a pond. How does a little bug survive in the automotive JUNGLE ?
The picture is a watertight Beetle 105
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The picture is the Beetle in an actual jungle. The answer is inconspicuously, because it keeps its head down and needs little maintenance.

TECHNOLOGY TALKING POINTS


107

LEMON . This Volkswagen missed the boat.


The picture is a rejected Beetle on the shore because it has a minor fault, which makes it a lemon.

Impossible. A Volkswagen cant 108 over. The picture is an air-cooled radiator. The only water it needs is the water you 109 it with. The picture is a man washing his car. The air-cooled car does not need to top up engine coolant.
111 VVVolkswagen announces 110 . The picture is the driver with breeze in her hair. Again, pioneering heat exchange technology. 113 Why buy 112 when you can buy environnormal? The picture is a Prius owner hugging trees. Volkswagen claims to be a sane and environmental choice.

BOIL

WASH

AIR CONDITIONING

ENVIRON MENTAL

RETRO TALKING POINTS


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FAT . The years have been kind to this Volkswagen.


The picture is a modern Volkswagen that is fatter and roomier.

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JUNK in the trunk. This Volkswagen is carrying an extra burden.

PART SNOW 105 FLOATING 106 JUNGLE 107 LEMON 108 BOIL 109 WASH 110 AIR 111 CONDITIONING 112 ENVIRON 113 MENTAL 114 FAT 115 JUNK
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The picture is seat belts, air bags, and whatnot that have been added over the years.
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STUFFED animal. The rabbit is back, and its bursting at the seams. FLOWER -power VW Bus, as younger buyers TRAILER .

The picture is a packed American VW Golf, or as they call it, the VW Rabbit. It was already here when we lived naked in huts. The picture is a psychedelic, 117 might imagine the seventies to be. It is unusual to drive the vehicle you were conceived in.

The picture is a plain VW bus, which may have been lived in as a 118

STUFFED FLOWER 118 TRAILER


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D12 SPEECH, SPEECH


UNDERSTAND WHAT MAKES A SPEECH TICK WITH LINCOLN. SUMMARIZE HIS LINES AND KEEP THEM IN YOUR HOUSE. (A SIMPLIFIED GETTYSBURG ADDRESS ) THE COMPLETE ADDRESS
1. Eighty-seven years ago our parents made a new nation on this land, born free, and built on the idea that all people are made 119

EQUAL .

Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. 2. Now we are in a big 120

CIVIL WAR , testing whether that nation, or any nation,


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imagined and built in this way, can last for long. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. 3. We are 122

GATHERED on a great battle-field of that war. SET ASIDE


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We are met on a great battle-field of that war. 4. We have come to 123 a part of this field as a grave for people who gave

their lives so that the nation can live. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. 5. It is all 125

RIGHT AND GOOD that we should do this.


126 127

It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. 6. But, in a larger sense, we cannot 128 honour this ground.

SET ASIDE , we cannot make holy, we cannot


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EQUAL CIVIL 121 WAR 122 GATHERED 123 SET 124 ASIDE 125RIGHT 126 AND 127 GOOD 128 SET 129 ASIDE
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But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate, we can not consecrate, we can not hallow this ground. 7. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have 130 our poor power to add or take. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. 8. The world will not note or remember for long what we say here, but it can never
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HONOURED it, far above

FORGET what they did here.

The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. 9. It is for us the living, rather, to be set here to the 132 fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. 10. Instead, we are here to finish the 133 a. we are more 135 loyalty; b. we firmly 136 c.

UNFINISHED work which they who

BIG JOB left before us: LOYAL to the cause for which the dead gave their final
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DECIDE that these men did not die for nothing; freedom will be REBORN in this nation, under God;
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d. and this government of the people, by the people, for the people, will not 138
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DIE

OFF .

It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

HONOURED FORGET 132 UNFINISHED 133 BIG 134 JOB 135 LOYAL 136 DECIDE 137 REBORN 138 DIE 139 OFF
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D13 SALES STITCH


USE YOUR BODY RHYME TO REMEMBER A LIST OF ASSIGNMENTS OR A HOW-TO GUIDE AS A STORY. (BUILDING NARRATIVE) SALES PRESENTATION CHECKLIST
1. Prep and 140 2. Find the 141 3.
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SET . HOOK .

SIZE them up. 4. Fix their PROBLEM . 5. Get EXCITED . 6. Show the WAY . 7. Whats In It For ME ? 8. Build the LOVE . 9. Listen and SHOOT . 10. Close the SALE .
143 144 145 146 147 148 149

SET HOOK 142 SIZE 143 PROBLEM 144 EXCITED 145 WAY 146 ME 147 LOVE 148 SHOOT 149 SALE
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D14 RELATIVELY SPEAKING


BREAK DOWN BIG WORDS BY LINKING SOUNDS TO SIGHTS. (COMPARING SOUNDS ACROSS LANGUAGES.) A REMINDER
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EINS , zwei, DREI , vier, FNF , sechs, SIEBEN , acht, NEUN , zehn, ELF , zwlf, DREIZEHN , vierzehn, und FNFZEHN .
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TEN WORDS ZEHN WORTE


Wurst Nullachtfnfzehn Verabredet Treppenwitz Kummerspeck fremdschmen Verschlimmbessern Drachenfutter Handschuhschneeballwerfer Vergangenheitsbewltigung /vst/ /nl axtfnftsen/ /f apedt/ /tpnvts/ /kmpk/ /fmtmn/ /flmbsn/ /daxnft/ /hantunebalvf/ /fganhatsbvltg/

EINS DREI 152 FNF 153 SIEBEN 154 NEUN 155 ELF 156 DREIZEHN 157 FNFZEHN
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D15 LIPPY NUMBERS


REMEMBER WHERE YOU MAKE SOUNDS IN A WORD, AND LINK NUMBERS TO SOUNDS. (SPELLING, READING, AND CONSONANTS) BODY RHYME BREAKDOWN
0. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. [f] [v] [hw] [w] [t] [d] [tsh] / t / [dzh] / d / [n] [m] [th] [dh] [r] [k] [g] [ng] // [sh] // [zh] // [s] [z] [l] [p] [b] Finger between teeth and lips. Temple. Stopping with a raised tongue Nose: in your nose with raised tongue Mouth: in your nose with both lips Throat: forcing through your teeth Ribs: roll your tongue Kidney: back of tongue Shin: forcing through your teeth and raised tongue Leg: stop with level tongue between your teeth Ball: stopping with both lips

3714 4963 5398 4317 0213


Thirty-seven fourteen, forty-nine sixty-three, fifty-three ninety-eight, forty-three seventeen, oh two thirteen. 158
162
163

MILL TITHE , Thebe cam, RAM BASH , them tail, FUN TOM .
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160

161

MORE NUMBERS FOR PRACTICE

MILL TITHE 160 RAM 161 BASH 162 FUN 163 TOM
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European Union

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166

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GERMANY FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM

502,519.9 (population, thousands) 81,751.6 65,075.3 62,435.7

Italy Spain Poland Romania Netherlands Greece Belgium Portugal Czech Republic Hungary Sweden Austria Bulgaria Denmark Slovakia Finland Ireland Lithuania Latvia Slovenia Estonia Cyprus Luxembourg Malta

60,626.4 47,190.4 38,200.0 21,413.8 16,655.8 11,325.9 10,951.7 10,636.9 10,532.8 9,985.7 9,415.6 8,404.2 7,504.9 5,560.6 5,435.3 5,375.3 4,480.8 3,244.6 2,229.6 2,050.1 1,340.2 804.4 511.8 417.6

GERMANY FRANCE 166 UNITED 167 KINGDOM


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D16 PLUGGING INTO THE MATRIX


REPLACE THE MEANING OF NUMBERS WITH SOUNDS, AND THEN PICTURES; DRAW THEM IN YOUR COMMUTE. (BUILDING HABITS FROM ROUTINE MEMORY.) CREDIT CARD NUMBER: 3714 168

4963 5398 169 4317

EXPIRY DATE: 02/13


Mill, tithe, Thebe, cam, ram, bash, them, tail, fun, Tom.

A REMINDER: THE COMMUTE

PLANE : touchdown onto the tarmac. 2. Walking through a JET BRIDGE 3. Going through CUSTOMS . 4. Entering the ARRIVALS HALL 5. Taking the UNDERGROUND TRAIN to CITY CENTRE 6. Hitting the PUB next to the CITY CENTRE TRAIN TERMINUS . 7. TRAIN RIDE 8. Reaching the SUBURBAN STATION .
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4963 4317 170 PLANE 171 JET 172 BRIDGE 173 CUSTOMS 174 ARRIVALS 175 HALL 176 UNDERGROUND 177 TRAIN 178 CITY 179 CENTRE 180 PUB 181 CITY 182 CENTRE 183 TRAIN 184 TERMINUS 185 TRAIN 186 RIDE 187 SUBURBAN
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9.
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Walking along the 189

FOOTPATH THROUGH THE


190 191

PARK .
Arriving 193

10.

HOME .

STATION FOOTPATH 190 THROUGH 191 THE 192 PARK 193 HOME
188 189

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D17 HEAR THE CLOCK TICK


CONCLUDE THE NUMBER GAMES WITH BIG NUMBER CHALLENGES; UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT BETWEEN DIGITAL AND ANALOGUE INFORMATION. (FACE MEMORY.) FILL IN THE BLANKS.
/ft, fn, fm, f, fr,

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fik, fl, f, fb, tf,

tt, tn, tm, t, tr/

SUGGESTED SOLUTION:
/ft, fn, frm, ff, fr, fk, fl, f, fb, tf, tt, tn, tm, taj, tr/ fit, fin, farm, fifth, fir, fick, fill, fish, fib, tuff, tit, tin, tim, tithe, tear.

COUNTING THE DAYS


194

943940 : NUMBER OF DAYS IN MODERN HISTORY


196 197 198 199 200

023640: 195

Average Lifespan of a human in days


201 202

013267 : NUMBER OF DAYS LEFT

943940 Average 196 Lifespan 197 of 198 a 199 human 200 in 201 days 202 013267
194 195

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D18 FACEBLIND
THE SPACE-PICTURE-ACTION RULE IN ACTION: PIECEMEAL TECHNIQUES TO REMEMBER NAMES IN SPACES.

RELIGIOUS SPA
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DIED on the CROSS for our SINS . Muhammad PRAYED in a CAVE and RECEIVED THE QURAN . Buddha SAT under a TREE and found WISDOM .
Jesus 203
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15 MYSTERY GUESTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Stanley
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RAMSEY WINSTON

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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ANTHONY ALEC EDWARD

11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

James
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Harold (Supermac)
217

MAGGIE TONY

Neville
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John
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Clement

Harold
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Gordon

DIED CROSS 205 SINS 206 PRAYED 207 CAVE 208 RECEIVED 209 THE 210 QURAN 211 SAT 212 TREE 213 WISDOM 214 RAMSEY 215 WINSTON 216 ANTHONY 217 ALEC 218 EDWARD 219 MAGGIE 220 TONY
203 204

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D19 FUNNY ONE-LINERS


DRAW CARICATURES BY READING FACES IN PICTURES AND EXAGGERATING FEATURES.

7. TWO FIXATIONS SUFFICE IN FACE RECOGNITION. JANET HUI-WEN HSIAO & GARRISON COTTRELL, DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO, USA.

T-SCANNING FACES
1. 3.
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NOSE : standard, straight. EYES : lazy on the right.


NOSE TYPES:

2. Philtrum: marked, with laugh lines around the mouth.


222

4. The rest of the face: a cleft chin, or a dimple chin.

Fleshy / Hawk / Pencil / Greek / Turned up / Roman / Snub / Nostrils / Bulbous / Bumpy / Sturdy / Nixon / Flat / No-nose.

221 222

NOSE EYES

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D20 PLEASE BE SEATED COMBINE THE SPACE AND PICTURE FROM THE LAST TWO LESSONS, AND WRAP IT UP WITH AN ACTION. (DECLUTTERING) FILL IN THE BLANKS.
Space

NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE

Name Anthony

One-liner Eden

Action

Harold Macmillan (Supermac) Alec Douglas-Home Harold Edward James Maggie John Tony Gordon Wilson Heath Callaghan Thatcher Major Blair Brown

NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE

NOS NOSE E NOS NOSE E NO NOSE SE NO NOSE SE NO NOSE SE NO NOSE SE NO NOSE SE NO NOSE SE NO NOSE SE NOS NOSE E

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D22 CLEANING UP FOR A DATE


SIMPLIFY EVERYTHING WITH THE DAL RULE: SKIM THROUGH MAGAZINES AND PLAY WITH NUMBERS AS DATES. (DESCRIBING THE INDESCRIBABLE AND MENTAL ARITHMETIC) RANDOM MAGAZINE
Abertis considers sale of UK 223 o

AIRPORTS

Imagine a butcher who hangs up airports on meat hooks on your kitchen island.

Boeing's hopes to have 224 o

DREAMLINER flying again by April 'RURAL SHORT -BREAK'


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The huge Dreamliner is trying to hop up your stairs and tumbles down. promotion

VisitEngland launches new 225 o

Farmers are sitting on your settee, chilling out, and feeding you their heirloom ham.

British tourist dies in 228 o

SHARM EL SHEIKH GODMOTHER


THE CALENDAR CODE

In the tropical resort, the tourist is stuffed in your fridge with zero dignity.

Royal Caribbean appoints new 231 o

This stove of yours is driving the Titanic, whose godmother is apparently Kristin Chenoweth now.

Picture January February March April May June July August


AIRPORTS DREAMLINER 225 'RURAL 226 SHORT 227 -BREAK' 228 SHARM 229 EL 230 SHEIKH 231 GODMOTHER 232 FEVER 233 LOVER 234 JUNIOR
223 224

Two-face
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FEVER LOVER JUNIOR LUCKY

Month code 1 4 4 0 2 5 0 3

We see

Warrior
233

Old Major
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Caesar
235

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236

DOG OCTOPUS CHRISTMAS


6 1 4 6

September WTC October


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November December

Novel
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LUCKY DOG 237 OCTOPUS 238 CHRISTMAS


235 236

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D23 CHARTING IN THE SEA OF MEMORY


GROW YOUR MEMORY BY YOURSELF, BY OBSERVING HOW YOU SPEAK AND CHARTING IT. (BUILDING TABLES AND SYSTEMS, PHONICS AND ACCENTS) BASIC TABLE LAYOUTS
Your Scheme [f] [v] [hw] [w] [t] [d] [tsh] [dzh] I 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 II III IV V

F T N M TH R K L SH B

[th] [dh] [k] [g] [ng] [sh] [zh] [s] [z] [p] [b]

CONSONANT-CONSONANT TABLE
F 0 F T N M TH R K L SH B 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T 1 N 2 M 3 TH 4 R 5 K 6 L 7 SH 8 B 9

FAFF TUFF KNIFE MUFF THIEF RUFF CUFF LOVE SHOVE BUFF THAT THIN TEAT NAN MUM THUMB

FORTH TOOTH NORTH MOUTH CID (i) WRATH GARTH LOATH SLOTH BATH THOR ROAR KICK LULL SHUSH BOB THICK TRILL THRUSH THEBE

CONSONANT-VOWEL TABLE (CONTD)

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FULL VOWELS Full Basic 10 EXAMPLE IPA symbol (Your Scheme) IPA symbol Full Advanced 16 EXAMPLE R-COLOURED VOWELS R Advanced 32 IPA symbol EXAMPLE (Your Vowels) (Your Scheme) F T N M TH R K L SH B [sh] [zh] [s] [z] [p] [b] [k] [g] [ng] [th] [dh] [f] [v] [hw] [w] [t] [d] [tsh] [dzh] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 17 r START 18 r moral 19 r barrow 20 ar Ireland 21 ar hour 22 r error 23 r SQUARE 24 r mirror _ FI(T) TI(P) NI(T) MI(TT) THI(S) RI(P) KI(T) LI(T) SI(T) BI(T) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 25 r NEAR 26 r NORTH 27 r loir 28 r FORCE 29 r courier 30 r boor 31 jr cure 32 r borough (33) r NURSE 0 PALM _ . 1 PALM 1 LOT _ . 2 LOT 2 TRAP _ . 3 TRAP _ a 4 PRICE (_) stack a _ a 5 MOUTH 3 DRESS _ . 6 DRESS 4 FACE e _ . 7 FACE 5 KIT _ . 8 KIT 6 FLEECE i _ . 9 FLEECE _ 10 THOUGHT 7 nod _ 11 CHOICE _ o 12 GOAT (_) hook _ 13 FOOT _ u 14 GOOSE 8 WOO u _ ju 15 cute _ . 16 STRUT 9

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D24 A WORLD IN REVIEW


A SUMMARY OF THE MEMORY TRIANGLE (WORD-SIGHT-SOUND): SOME REAL LIFE EXAMPLES. MANHATTAN: AN IBA OFFICIAL COCKTAIL
Type Primary alcohol by volume Served Standard garnish Standard drinkware Ingredients* Cocktail Whiskey Straight up; without ice cherry Cocktail glass

WHISKY 20ml Sweet red VERMOUTH Dash Angostura BITTERS Maraschino CHERRY (Garnish)
50ml rye or Canadian 239
240 241 242

Preparation

Stirred over ice, strained into a chilled glass, garnished, and served straight up.

THE BOILED DOWN MARTINI


5 STANDS FOR

NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE NOSE

Five centilitres Two cl Zero, as in a dash Rye Whiskey Red Vermouth Angostura Bitters Stir Strain Cocktail glass Cherry garnish

WHISKY VERMOUTH 241 BITTERS 242 CHERRY


239 240

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LIST OF 100 MOST POPULOUS COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES:


1 243

CHINA UNITED STATES BRAZIL NIGERIA RUSSIA

2
3

India
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5

Indonesia
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6
7

Pakistan
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8
9

Bangladesh
248

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39
243 244

Japan Mexico Philippines Vietnam Ethiopia Egypt Germany Iran Turkey DR Congo Thailand France UK Italy South Africa South Korea Myanmar Colombia Spain Ukraine Tanzania Argentina Kenya Poland Algeria Canada Uganda Iraq Morocco Sudan
CHINA UNITED 245 STATES 246 BRAZIL 247 NIGERIA 248 RUSSIA

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

Peru Malaysia Uzbekistan Saudi Arabia Venezuela Nepal Afghanistan Ghana North Korea Yemen Mozambique Taiwan Australia Syria Ivory Coast Madagascar Angola Sri Lanka Cameroon Romania Kazakhstan Netherlands Chile Niger Malawi Burkina Faso Ecuador Guatemala Mali Cambodia Zambia Zimbabwe Senegal Chad Cuba Belgium Guinea Greece Tunisia Portugal Rwanda Czech Republic Bolivia Haiti Hungary Somalia Sweden Belarus Dominican Republic Benin Azerbaijan

91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

Burundi Austria Honduras United Arab Emirates South Sudan Switzerland Israel Tajikistan Bulgaria Serbia

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D25 THE ABSTRACT HOUSE


USING MEMORY OF SPACE TO REMEMBER 20 ABSTRACT IDEAS. (HOUSE FILES, ABSTRACTION)

FIGURE 8 FRANCISCO DE GOYA, SATURNO DEVORANDO A SU HIJO

IN SATURN DEVOURING HIS SON, SATURN, GOD OF PLENTY, IS EATING HIS SON. THE HEAD AND LEFT ARM IS ALREADY GONE. HIS EYES POP OUT IN THE BLACK BACKGROUND.

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FIGURE 9 DIAGRAM SHOWING THE ORIGINAL LOCATION OF THE BLACK PAINTINGS IN LA QUINTA DEL SORDO

READ OR LISTEN
1.
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253

SLEEP OF REASON PRODUCES MONSTERS : Goya is asleep on his painting desk, and some devils owls and
250 251 252

bats, folly and unknown attack him as he buries his head in his arms.
SLEEP OF 251REASON 252 PRODUCES
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2.

254

THE THIRD OF MAY 1808 : a fierce and unfeeling firing


255 256 257 258

squad is about to kill a messy group of people early in the morning. One man, about to be shot, opens his arms wide as he stands on top of the dead bodies. 3.
259

THE NUDE AND CLOTHED MAJA : two pictures of


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the same prim and proper lady lying back on a bed of pillows, with her hands behind her head. 4. 5. 6.
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YARD WITH LUNATICS : Behind high walls and without a roof,


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naked and crazy people are cut off from the world and the rest of us.
267

THE DISASTERS OF WAR : there are 82 post-card sized


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prints of war crimes, in three groups: war, famine, and cultural stories.
271

THE FATES : The goddess of death cuts the cloth of life with scissors; her
272

sisters spin new life and measure a length of time. A man sits in front of the three goddesses, with his hands tied behind him. 7. 8.
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AN OLD MAN AND A MONK : the old, bearded god of


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time has a scary monk shouting into his ear. (Goya was deaf and hearing voices by then.)
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TWO OLD MEN EATING SOUP : the men are so hungry


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they somehow have formed a smile with their mouth, like their teeth have fallen off from the lack of food. Their eyes are just holes.
MONSTERS THE 255 THIRD 256 OF 257 MAY 258 1808 259 THE 260 NUDE 261 AND 262 CLOTHED 263 MAJA 264 YARDS 265 WITH 266 LUNATICS 267 THE 268 DISASTERS 269 OF 270 WAR 271 THE 272 FATES 273 AN 274 OLD 275 MAN 276 AND 277 A 278 MONK 279 TWO 280 OLD 281 MEN 282 EATING 283 SOUP
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9.

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FIGHTING WITH CUDGELS : two men club each other to death


285 286

with cudgels, which are short thick sticks. Both of them are trapped knee-deep in quicksand. 10. 11.
287

WITCHES SABBATH : Goya makes fun of superstitious people by


288

drawing a funny Devil-goat who is the master of a team of terrified witches.


289

MEN READING : This painting is also called Politicians. Six men are
290

reading a printed page, probably a newspaper article about themselves, on the lap of a sitting man. 12.
291

JUDITH AND HOLOFERNES : In the Bible, a beautiful widow


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saved her city by seducing the invaders general, and hacking his head off after he falls asleep. 13. 14.
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PILGRIMAGE TO SAN ISIDRO : it is night-time at a seaside


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holiday resort, and drunk tourists are turning into monsters.


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MEN MOCKED BY TWO WOMEN : it is the opposite


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of Men Reading, about two women laughing cruelly at the ugly body of a man who loves himself. 15.
303

PROCESSION OF THE HOLY OFFICE : unholy


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men and women of the church are walking in a line underneath the open sky, showing everybody how holy they are. 16.
308

THE DOG : it is the head of a small black dog looking up. The entire painting is
309

almost empty, but something huge is hiding the dogs body. We dont know what it is.
FIGHTING WITH 286 CUDGELS 287 WITCHES 288 SABBATH 289 MEN 290 READING 291 JUDITH 292 AND 293 HOLOFERNES 294 PILGRIMAGE 295 TO 296 SAN 297 ISIDRO 298 MEN 299 MOCKED 300 BY 301 TWO 302 WOMEN 303 PROCESSION 304 OF 305 THE 306 HOLY 307 OFFICE 308 THE 309 DOG
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17. Saturn Devouring His Son: Saturn, god of plenty, is eating his son. The head and left arm is already gone. His eyes pop out whitely in the black background. 18. 19.
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LA LEOCADIA : Goyas younger maid and sometime lover is in funeral dress,


311

resting against a grave. We dont know whose grave it is, but we can guess.
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FANTASTIC VISION : a man and a woman are flying, frightened,


313

looking in different directions. War and destruction on the ground is so far away, it is almost invisible. 20.
314

HEADS IN A LANDSCAPE : it is a painting of a window. Five


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strange-looking people peep at us suspiciously from one corner, as we do the same to them.

LA LEOCADIA 312 FANTASTIC 313 VISION 314 HEADS 315 IN 316 A 317 LANDSCAPE
310 311

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D26 LOST IN RHYMES


REVISITING RHYMES, ROUTES, AND THE REST. THE LADDER OF ABSTRACTION EXERCISES. DAYS OF OUR LIVES

943940 . The rhyme is both mob that How long is a lifetime? 023640. The rhyme is FUN MEEK THIEF How much time do we have? 013267 . The rhyme is fit men kill.
How long is human history? 318
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LEIF ERICSONS ROUTE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rogaland, Norway; ingvellir, Iceland; Eastern Settlement, Greenland; Baffin Island, Nunavut; and Labrador, Newfoundland.

THE GREAT COMMISSION


943940 FUN 320 MEEK 321 THIEF 322 013267
318 319

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One of those days Jesus went out to a mountainside to pray, and spent the night praying to God. When morning came, he called his disciples to him and chose twelve of them, whom he also designated

ANDREW , James, JOHN , Philip, BARTHOLOMEW , Matthew, THOMAS , James son of Alphaeus, Simon who was called the ZEALOT , Judas son of James, and JUDAS ISCARIOT , who became a traitor. Lk 6:12-16
apostles: Simon (whom he named Peter), his brother 323
325 326 324 327 328
329

ANDREW JOHN 325 BARTHOLOMEW 326 THOMAS 327 ZEALOT 328 JUDAS 329 ISCARIOT
323 324

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D27 DIRTY TRICKS


REVISITING THE MEMORY HOUSE, CLEANING UP, AND REDECORATING WITH NEW SALES TRICKS. THE BOUBA/KIKI EFFECT

10. BOUBA/KIKI EFFECT, KHLER, 1929.

A SLOGAN IS FOREVER

Room 1 is An Offer of 330

Room 2 is A Necessary 331

LOVE . LUXURY .

330 331

LOVE LUXURY

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FOREVER Room 4 is New TRADITIONS Room 5 is SIZE Matters


Room 3 is A Diamond Is 332
333 334

FOREVER TRADITIONS 334 SIZE


332 333

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D28 TROUBLESHOOTING
A FINAL INVENTORY IN THE HOUSE. NEW FACES ON OLD COMMUTES. SORTING OUT THE ORDER IN ABSTRACT IDEAS. BONUS COMMUTE: VISITING A FRIEND
1. Walk. 2.
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TRAM . CHANGE AT JUNCTION


337 338

3. Mainline.
4. 336

5. Rail-Tube change.
6. 339

TUBE -TUBE CHANGE


340 341

7. Bus.
8. 342

STEEP STREET
343

9. Friends dog.
10. 344

BEER POKER WHISKEY


BONUS PARTY: U.S. PRESIDENTS IN THE 20TH CENTURY

11. Food.
12. 345

13. Dinner.
14. 346

15. Home.

1. 2.
TRAM CHANGE 337 AT 338 JUNCTION 339 TUBE 340 -TUBE 341 CHANGE 342 STEEP 343 STREET 344 BEER 345 POKER 346 WHISKEY 347 THEODORE
335 336

THEODORE Roosevelt William Howard TAFT


347

348

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WOODROW Wilson 4. Warren G. HARDING 5. CALVIN Coolidge 6. Herbert HOOVER 7. FRANKLIN D. Roosevelt 8. Harry S. TRUMAN 9. DWIGHT D. Eisenhower 10. John F. KENNEDY 11. LYNDON B. Johnson 12. Richard NIXON 13. GERALD Ford 14. Jimmy CARTER 15. RONALD Reagan
3.
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TAFT WOODROW 350 HARDING 351 CALVIN 352 HOOVER 353 FRANKLIN 354 TRUMAN 355 DWIGHT 356 KENNEDY 357 LYNDON 358 NIXON 359 GERALD 360 CARTER 361 RONALD
348 349

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FIGURE 11 PIET

362

Mondrian , COMPOSITION WITH YELLOW, BLUE, AND RED, 1937-42, OIL ON


CANVAS, 72.5 X 69 CM, TATE GALLERY. LONDON

FIGURE 12 RED AND BLUE CHAIR,

363

neoplasticist DESIGN BY GERRIT RIETVELD IN 1917

362

Mondrian

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FIGURE 13 LES DEMOISELLES D' 364

Avignon , BY PABLO PICASSO

363 364

neoplasticist Avignon

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D29 ALMA MATER


CICEROS ORIGINAL METHOD OF LOCI. A FIN AL WRAP-UP OF THE THREE-BYTHREE TRIVIUM FOR EXTENSION STUDIES.
GO TELL THE SPARTAN S, PASSERBY: THAT HERE, BY SPARTAN LAW, WE LIE. EPITAPH AT THERMOPYLAE, COMPOSED BY SIMONIDES, TRANSLATED BY FRANK MILLER

PREVIOUSLY IN OUR MEMORY


FIRST aid. Ulysses. RETIREMENT speech. Gettysburg. MOTIVATIONAL speech. Sales Prep. APPRAISAL speech. Sausages. Forgone waltzes. VOCABULARY . Stanley to Ronald. HISTORICAL trivia.
IAMSCARED. 365
366 367 368 369 370

MENTAL ARITHMETIC

ADDING things, as in exaggeration. OMITTING things, as in abstraction. Changing the ORDER of things, as in A lack of pies is a pack of lies, and SUBSTITUTING one thing for another, as in Friends, Romans, Countrymen:
371 372

373

374

lend me your ears.

FIRST RETIREMENT 367 MOTIVATIONAL 368 APPRAISAL 369 VOCABULARY 370 HISTORICAL 371 ADDING 372 OMITTING 373 ORDER
365 366

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MENTAL OPERATIONS

EXAGGERATION we can take away details and make it an ABSTRACTION ,


we can add and strengthen details by 375
376

we can make funny mistakes by switching order, and we can substitute things that share an 377

ABSTRACTION .

SUBSTITUTING EXAGGERATION 376 ABSTRACTION 377 ABSTRACTION


374 375

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D30 THE LONG GOODBYE


FILMS, NOVELS, AND STORIES. A FINAL WORD ON MUSIC. AN ANTHROPOLOGIST ON MARS, BY OLIVER SACKS

"The Case of the 378

COLORBLIND PAINTER "


379

A Surgeons Life To See and Not See

378 379

COLORBLIND PAINTER

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"The 380

LANDSCAPE of His DREAMS


381

Pontito, Tuscany, by Franco Magnani,

"382

PRODIGIES " Sydney, by Stephen Wiltshire


"An Anthropologist on Mars" "The Last Hippie"

MEMORY IS THE DIARY THAT WE ALL CARRY ABOUT WITH US. OSCAR WILDE

LANDSCAPE DREAMS 382 PRODIGIES


380 381

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APPENDIX: MINISTERIAL PORTRAITS


S TA N L E Y B A L D W I N

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RAMSEY MACDONALD

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N E V I L L E C HA M B E R L A I N

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W I N S TO N C HU R C H I L L

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CLEMENT ATTLEE

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A N T HO N Y E D E N

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HA R O L D M A C M I L L A N

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A L E C D O U G L A S - HO M E

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HA R O L D W I L S O N

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E D W A R D HE A T H

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J A M E S C A L L A G HA N

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M A R G A R E T THA T C HE R

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JOHN MAJOR

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TO N Y B L A I R

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GORDON BROWN

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