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Thursday, October 14, 2010
I had a very troubling incident occur this morning. This incident had me worrying that it was a symptom of senility or Alzheimer's. Very troubling.
I'll try and explain my sad situation.
Four weeks ago, or maybe five (symptom) the latest season of Survivor started up. I like Survivor. So, I watch it. And then I blog about what I watched, on my TV Blog.
When I went to blog about Survivor, this morning, I found that I could not remember what the first challenge was. Then I could not remember the name of who got booted.
So, I Googled "Survivor Guatemala." I clicked on the CBS link and was very confused to find myself transported back in time to 2005, when Stephanie and Bobby Jon were on Survivor. Then I clicked on the Wikipedia link. Same thing. Survivor Guatemala: Mayan Ruins, or something like that. (symptom)
I then somehow found Jeff Probst's blog about last night's Survivor. Reading his blog I had my answers. And I found something troubling.
Probst was blogging about Survivor: Nicaragua, because that is where the current Survivor takes place, not Guatemala.
So, I looked at my previous bloggings about the latest Survivor. In all of them I called it Survivor: Guatemala. Now the comments I was getting, saying variations of "It's Nicaragua" make sense to me.
I was so troubled by this serious mental lapse that I arranged an emergency visit with my therapist, Dr. L.C.
Dr. L.C. did not take too long to diagnose that I was not senile and that I did not have early onslaught of Alzheimer's.
However. Dr. L.C. did diagnose that I have something called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Apparently I am a frenzy of activity and as a consequence of the frenzying my attention focus can wander a bit. Due to the sad fact that I can spew out verbiage at a fast pace without having to do a lot of thinking about it, I can easily overlook some obvious thing. Like typing Guatemala over and over again when I should be typing Nicaragua.
Dr. L.C. did not prescribe any medication for my ADHD. All she did to help me with my condition was to tell me to take a night off and go saloon hopping with Elsie Hotpepper on Friday night. I really do not see what good that will do regarding problems like Guatemala and Nicaragua. So, I am going to go against doctor's orders on that one and instead simply try and pay closer attention to detail.
I wonder what other whoppers of erroneousness I have floating around that I am oblivious about?