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Old 01-24-2013, 08:56 AM   #37
5thWiggle
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The article claims that the more difficult texts caused the brain to work harder. The real question just what this means. Does it make your brain stronger, like exercise makes muscles stronger?
No pain, no gain.
My person trainer has put me on a new regime: 10 mins Shakespeare warmup, 30 mins "Finnegans Wake", 10 min Terry Pratchett cool down.
I figure it'll make me pretty buff, just like this guy:

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