"I was told in high school that the last game during your senior year stays with you forever, which is true"
- Jim Otto
About this Quote
Jim Otto's quote speaks to the power of fond memories and the long lasting effect of memories. High school is a formative time in many individuals's lives, and the memories made throughout those years typically stay with us for a life time. The last video game of a senior's high school career is an especially poignant minute, as it marks the end of an era and the beginning of a new chapter. Otto's quote suggests that the emotions and memories related to this video game will remain with us forever, which it will always be an unique moment in our lives. This is a pointer to cherish the minutes we have with our loved ones, and to maximize the time we have together.
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