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Jamin2112
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Jan5-13, 10:48 PM
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Lots of us have drank to the point where, the following day, we didn't remember a significant portion of the night prior. What happens in our brain? Does it not record memories after a certain blood-alcohol level or does it put those memories in the back storage of our brain, where they can't be accessed? Weirdest thing ever. I dare say I probably had over 50 blacked-out episodes when I lived in my fraternity.
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