There is a lot of stuff out there that just doesn’t make sense. For example, do you remember the time you went down to the grocery store and the first thing you asked for was a box of pretzels.
I remember asking for a box of pretzels. Although you can’t always remember a past life, sometimes you can recall it from what you do recall. In the case of the pretzel question, I was in the middle of a time loop, so I had no recollection of that.
I have a question. What do you call your memory of a past life? (Because that word is so overused I think I’ve just used it up.
The term for this type of memory is _quirk memory_. _Quirk_ is short for _quirk factor_, and it refers to the fact that the memories of one’s past life often seem to be different from what we remember from our own. In this case, a quirk factor might be that our past lives were all quite different from each other so we can’t really make any sense of them.
I do see a lot of this in my own life. There are times when I can recall having an important conversation with my mother, or a great fight with my brother, but I can’t remember the details. This is the type of quirk that I’m referring to.
It’s very common for people to have a mix of different types of memories. For example, I have a friend who can actually remember the details of everything she’s ever done, but can’t recall his first name. In this case, we could call this quirk one of the “ghosts” in the mental landscape of the person. I’m not sure what this is about. It just seems to be a common trait for people.
So our friend is having this same problem. The only difference is that he is able to remember things like his first name, but he cant remember his last name. His mind is able to remember everything he has ever done, but his mind is unable to remember his last name. This quirk is not one of the most common types of mind-fade. Usually a person has one that is the only thing that they can see.
As you can see it, our friend is unable to remember his last name (he also has no knowledge of his first name), but he can remember everything he has ever done, which means that he has a quirk called “memory-fade.” He can remember every thing he has ever done, but he can’t remember his last name.
Memory-fade is the ability for your mind to forget something. This is often the result of a brain injury, but it can also be caused by an illness or some other medical condition. Most people with this quirk are able to forget the things they want to forget, but not everything. Not every memory-fade is cause by a brain injury, and not all memories fade away completely.
Not wanting to be forced to remember all the things he does, Colt goes looking for someone who could help him remember. He finds the same person he did before, but this time the quirk is different. Colt remembers every single thing.
It’s hard to say if this is the same person or not. This is a quirk that’s not always present even when a person’s mind is in the same state as they are in now. And, as it turns out, this person is the same person who was the head of security for the Visionaries. Colt had a falling out with him and then took over their business.