The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
“Young chimps apparently have an extraordinary ability to remember numerals, and recall them even better than human adults do.” At least that’s what Tetsuro Matsuzawa Director of the Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University in Japan believes. Come on, Tetsuro…that’s baloney and I am willing to prove it. I’ll put myself up against any chimpanzee around mano e mano…I mean mano e monkey. Let me tell you something, there is nothing wrong with my memory (regardless of what my wife says). I challenge you, Tetsuro…name a chimp that can remember his social security number, like I do… his cell phone number, like I do…home phone number, New York Time’s user ID and Password, like I do…his registry network logon and password, registry search logon and password…do I need to keep going? Those are just a few of the numbers I keep stored in my Homosapien brain. And, And! I understand your chimps were rewarded with fruits and berries when they remembered correctly…Well, Tetsuro you may motivate a monkey with raisins…but if you want to motivate a Cro-Magnon man like me, give him an apple, iPod that is…Tetsuro, please don’t be insulted. Hey, just take Donnie Brasco’s advice…”forget about it”.
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