Host: I have what seems to be total recall from the moment of my birth. But if it should falter, the toys, the trivia that surround me in my workroom help me remember back 60 years. But what if I lost all these in a fire? Then I'd be forced to rely on sheer memory alone. But what about everyone else? Would they choose to remember, or prefer to forget. Would my memories be an affront to them? To find the answer, I wrote "To the Chicago Abyss."