Need something to unlock real potential of your brain?

Enhance Memory <Haley@manorbrainclinics.com> Wed, 01 April 2015 18:48 UTC

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You've heard of the movie Limitless right?

So, I was poking around the web a couple weeks ago and I stumbled across this new 
supplement that's supposed to sky-rocket concentration and enhance my memory.

I checked it out http://www.manorbrainclinics.com/1627/grazes/45474_ransomer.html


It's unreal!

I'm actually able to hold on to information longer, remember peoples names more, concentrate better and so much more.

I thought you might be interested in it too since everyone could use their own real life limitless pill ;)


-Jamie


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[]obsidiannight21[S] 1 point 2 years ago 
I always give a movie at least 15 minutes before deciding if it's worth finishing.
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[]neglect_your_dad 4 points 2 years ago 
how do you feel about There Will Be Blood?
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[]PaulPaulPaul 1 point 2 years ago 
Watch the movie Sassy Sue
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[]RobertJ93 1 point 2 years ago 
I never understood the ending, please can someone explain it to me.
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[]obsidiannight21[S] 1 point 2 years ago 
It was 6 months after the previous scene where he got his medicine back, and he was running for an office. He was approached by Van Loon, the guy who was his boss for most of the movie, who had apparently taken over the pharmaceutical company that produced NZT. Van Loon was threatening Eddie, saying that without his help, Eddie would die. Eddie played along with his threats for a little bit before revealing that he was no longer on NZT, and had figured out a way to make himself permanently smarter. Not as smart as he was on the drug, but still way smarter and more observant than he was previously.
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[]Timmyty 2 points 2 years ago 
Imagine what he'd be like if he combined the permanent solution he'd found with more NZT.
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[]LordOfBacon 1 point 2 years ago 
I thought this movie was absolutely terrible. The beginning of the movie reminding me of watching Splice. The beginning set you up for a great plot, and then it just turns to shit introducing pointless crap that is both boring and not enjoyable.
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[]tttt0tttt 0 points 2 years ago 
I think it's a modern classic that is, at present, being under-appreciated. In the coming years it will probably gain fans.

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