“Nothing is more responsible for the ‘good old days’ than a bad memory,” writes columnist Franklin Pierce Adams. Based on the TK-copy bestselling book, here’s a daily tribute to the mix of good old days and really bad memory, featuring quotes, jokes, and hilarious real-life senior moments. Like the hapless engraver who forgot to fix a flaw in the mold for Chile’s new 50-peso coin, putting 1.5 million pieces that said REPUBLIC OF CHIIE in circulation. Or the English man who parked his car and then couldn’t find it—for 7 months. Plus Confusion in the Court, Head-Scratching Headlines (“State Population to Double by 2040; Babies to Blame”), and fascinating facts: Scientists believe irisin, released during exercise, may reduce memory loss and improve brain health. So go for that walk! Printed in Thailand on responsibly sourced paper and 100% recyclable.