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One Thing Leads to Another

It’s funny how the mind works. Mine seems to wander off into uncharted waters that have nothing to do with the task at hand.  I was reading Doc’s post, dedicated to Carol DM.  He mentioned “poor boy”. My mind took an immediate wander. “Hey, that sounds familiar. Where have I heard that before? Oh I know, I have heard that “term” in some kind of song.  Humm, I wonder what song.”

I am 100% sure this has nothing to do with Doc’s post and I doubt Carol DM would have or will get any pleasure out of hearing the music. I happen to like it, but it’s really quite hard to find a song that I cannot find something in it to like. (Wow, maybe some people will puts notes in the comments about songs I may not like. That would be funny.)

I need some education on this whole sandwich thing. Apparently it means something different in New Orleans. The more I read the more confused I got. 

I just went back to music and figure someone will straighten me out. Someone usually does.

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I look at the wandering pictures post and realize I take and keep very few pictures. I wonder through reading and writing. I was curious about elephants and their memories. I was reading and learning. I got the basic answer and wrote about it. However, I came across the term imprinting. I was not really familiar with the term.

So I went wandering through resources to learn what I felt was missing. I learned that in most cases when people talk about imprinting it is in relationship to animals. Imprinting is a form of animal learning that occurs at a very specific stage in that animal’s life. Most of the early research was focused on birds. Filial imprinting is an easy way to understand this form of learning. Watch a mother duck and see how they follow and mimic everything the mother does. Imprinting is taking place.

So that makes me  wonder…

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