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Today Jack talks with senior editor and full-time Word Puncher Robert Brockway about memory and why we suck at it. They examine a personal anecdote of Brockway's that involves mushrooms and a wolf, what's weird about George Bush's recollection of how he found out about the September 11 attacks and whether 9/11 was an inside job.

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