Well, we got a call earlier in the week and it was rather odd about my brother-in-law. Everyone thought it was a stroke, but apparently not.
Apparently it was Transient Global Amnesia.
Well wikipedia to the rescue:-
But I mean, WTF. You mean people can, randomly, for no good reason, just lose their short term memory for a while. That is mad.
Apparently he just did not know what was going on, found the number for his sister in his phone, but was unclear on anything. I'll hopefully meet up with them some time soon and get the full story.
But seriously, WTF.
P.S. Turtles have it figured out man.
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