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>> Rob Schneider: "The ancients, and then during the Renaissance, had this technique called the Memory Palace. With many rooms, every palace would have drawers and closets."
>> Rob Schneider: "And so when you learn something, you would put the facts in those closets, in those drawers. And then when you wanted to recall them,"
>> Rob Schneider: "you would enter the door of the palace and go to various rooms. Okay."
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>> Rob Schneider: "That just reminds us that the mind is a space."
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>> Rob Schneider: "In order to furnish it, you have to have something to put in it. And a liberal arts education gives you furniture."
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[Kitchen timer sounds.]