Definition of the phrase: Lysergic Memory Dot
Lysergic Memory Dot - An ultra-compact spec of lysergic acid used to store and distribute raw memories from a bathtub to a waiting individual, usually distributed covertly at affordable prices. The sheer volume of data stored on the Lysergic Memory Dot generally requires as much as twelve hours to assimilate, even with the enhanced rate of transfer resulting from its infusion directly to every synapse of the brain during a single transfer.
Memories may include mission plans, whole religions, and any number of generally overlooked facts about the complexity of oneís own hand. Often times the desired imprint of information falls secondary to the dotís inherent message of colors, auditory peculiarities and an overriding desire to stare disconnectedly into space.
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See also: lysergic memory dot,
sterling photochromic memorachip,