3.11

posted December 19, 2017

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December 19, 2017

AgentFink

And SCENE! Hope you're enjoying the read so far, lemme know! AND We're going on a holiday break so we'll see you next year!

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December 19, 2017

MST3KFan

Was wondering when someone would bring up her name and that very bit. XD

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December 19, 2017

AgentFink

of course it's a comment from the NEW GUY :)
I'm glad were were able to check that off your list of wonders!

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December 19, 2017

Big Nemo

Love the detail of Fink taking notes about the people he meets, to compensate for his face blindness. (I also like the way you visualized Fink's issue!)

By the way - I have the same issue as Fink, just not to the same degree. I mostly associate people to context; so it happened to me, to meet a coworker at the grocery store and not to recognize him/her. Plenty of opportunities for embarassing situations!

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December 19, 2017

AgentFink

Oh wow. Thanks for sharing your experience! We've read a whole lot of how some people deal with it, Fink can relate to that situation for sure.

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July 11, 2019

...(RockB)

I was about to say... A few times in my life I didn't recognize people I should have known. I could see the faces but I seemed to have forgotten the names that belong to the faces... It was more a memory issue than a seeing issue. (No big deal, just avoid the names...) I just hope I never have to descibe a face...
On the other hand, I tend to see faces where the are none. Most cars have faces. Some houses have faces. Even mountains can have faces...

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