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Preserve your Memories with Drugs, Baby Boomers

I was driving home after dropping my daughter off at school and heard an ad on the radio for something called "MemoProve." During the commercial the announcer guaranteed that folks who fear they're losing their memory could benefit greatly from taking these pills. They're also apparently giving away FREE samples and an 800 number was repeated three times. This baby boomer certainly wasn't going to rely on her brain cells to remember it. So where is a pen when I need it?

When I got home I went online to see if I could find additional details about this "MemoProve." According to a statement on their website, “MemoProve is the first and only once-a-day tablet clinically shown to boost Memory, Alertness and Concentration with a patented blend of Neuropeptides. You'll see and feel the difference in 30 days or your money back.”

We baby boomers did come of age during the Drugs, Sex & Rock-n-Roll Era so why not pop a few more pills for old time sake?

My question is: Are we baby boomers that desperate to preserve our memories? I don't know about you but I have several memories--like an ex husband, terrible bosses and a weekend at Disney World---that I'd much rather forget!


Pop Art Diva! said…
I have this image of you driving down the road, desperately searching for a pen and forgetting where you're going, lol.
I have memories I'd like to forget too, but those aren't the ones I do forget! Now why is it the bad stuff leaves such an impression??? LOL.
Terri, aka PopArtDiva, The Martini Diva, The DIVA of TINY FOODS ,The Normal Challenged Artist, The DIVA of DIVAVILLE

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