During the period July 1970 to June 1979 I was employed at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. One of my coworkers during the period 1975 to 1979 was an individual named Elena Saboe.
I can recall that during the summer of 1975, thirty-five years ago, Elena Saboe acquired two kittens, which she named Gemini and Luther. She said that Martin Luther was one of her husband's heroes. I am not a cat-lover.
Does my recollection of a trivial fact about a coworker signify anything? I wonder.