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I am convinced I am losing my mind. Lately there have been too many of those instances where you walk into a room and can't remember for the life of you why you're in there, for me to not be concerned. Yesterday morning I found a half pint of soupy ice cream in my refrigerator; I had accidentally placed it there instead of in the freezer the evening before. I've gotten on incorrect trains that have taken me to unintended destinations, only to have to hail a cab to get home. I forgot the name of the place I was going to on vacation in conversation with a coworker (it was Barbados). Not to mention, the strange and terrifying things happening in the White House have made me more paranoid than I have ever been before. And now, this.

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"Catherine, this just looks like a tweet making alarmist political commentary on something bad that happened," you, a sane person, might say. But to that I say, "oh really?" Here's what you see when you click the tweet that Colton Dunn is linking to:

Hm, another alarmist tweet linking to ANOTHER TWEET. What could the next tweet say?

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And the next?

What day is it?

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What is time, anyway?

Have you ever really looked at your hands?

Did that lady just give me a weird look?

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Has anybody seen my headphones? Oh, they're in my ears?

Is there a human soul trapped in the mangy cat that hangs around outside my apartment, and is it trying to commune with me?

Isn't it crazy that right now we're simultaneously the youngest we're ever going to be and the oldest we've ever been?

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We know so little about the oceans. Weird, right?

Why don't I just google the Illuminati once and for all?

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I hate this. I would wager a guess that this freaky wormhole is making commentary on the alarmist and overly personal ways in which people connect to political and international news, but honestly, I cannot trust Twitter to make sense. Nor can I trust my brain.