Or, at least, one-tenth of the cabin trunks were full of vivid and often painful and
uncomfortable memories of her past life; the other nine-tenths were full of penguins, which
suprised her. Insofar as she recognized at all that she was dreaming, she realized she must be
exploring her own subconscious mind. She had heard it said that humans are supposed to use only
about a tenth of their brains, and that no one was very clear what the other nine tenths were
for, but she certainly never heard it suggested that they were used for storing penguins.
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