The best pitchers have a short term memory and a bullet proof confidence.— Greg Maddux
Bumbling Short Term Memory quotations
There are three side effects of acid: enhanced long-term memory, decreased short-term memory, and I forget the third.
Always carry a notebook. And I mean always. The short-term memory only retains information for three minutes; unless it is committed to paper you can lose an idea for ever.
I have terrible short-term memory loss, which I like to think of as Presidential eligibility.
Fifteen years ago tomorrow I had open heart surgery, a quintuple bypass surgery.
Thanks to all of my doctors. Because of them, in 15 years of life I've been able to experience, well, acid reflux, short-term memory loss, and erectile dysfunction. Thanks for all your work. It's great to be alive.
Whether youre a quarterback and you just threw a pick, or youre a corner and you just got beat for a touchdown, youve got to have a short-term memory, shake it off and play the next play.
To improve short-term memory significantly, reduce the stress in your life.
And choose your parents wisely.
I have short-term memory loss, though I'd like to think of it as Persidential eligibility.
I have short-term memory loss. I know that some of the memories of the Super Bowl championships are fading.
The sole virtue of losing your short-term memory is that it does free you to be your own editor.
One of the leading theories of why electroconvulsive therapy is effective for most severe depressions is that it causes a loss of short-term memory - patients feel better because they can't remember why they were sad.
Your short-term memory really is shot! It must drive you nuts!!
Movie acting, I later realized, reminds me of contract bridge.
Each requires the same concentration, intense short-term memory, and obliviousness to everything else until the last trump is called - or whatever it is they do.
The average person's short-term memory can hold only five to seven bits of data at any one moment. If you put more items in, others fall out. The older you are, the more you have crammed into those memory circuits. Twenty-five-year-olds can remember things because they still have empty space. Some of us take our children to the supermarket in the hope they will remember why we are there.
As we get older it is our short term memory that fades rather than our long term memory. Perhaps we have evolved like this so that we are able to tell the younger generation about the stories and experiences that have formed us which may be important to subsequent generations if they are to thrive.I worry though, about what might happen to our minds if most of the stories we hear are about greed, war, and atrocity
You have to have short-term memory. You have to be able to move on to the next practice, the next game, turn the page and keep your emotions so you make the decisions that are best for your group.
Short term memory makes no difference if you've lost your mind.
When comparing human memory and computer memory it is clear that the human version has two distinct disadvantages. Firstly, as indeed I have experienced myself, due to ageing, human memory can exhibit very poor short term recall.
I’m fortunate to have found out early, in 1990, just two years after I retired, that I have neurological damage. I try to manage it. I know what can trigger headaches and try to avoid it. I have short term memory problems, so I make a special effort to remember people and names. I have to work harder, but it’s important.
I don't know anyone who's going to see Grind 22 times in the theater.
My mom. Some kid who has short-term memory loss and forgot that he's seen it.
In the short term, it would make me happy to go play outside.
In the long term, it would make me happier to do well at school and become successful. But in the VERY long term, I know which will make better memories.