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The same thing happens to me and a couple other people I know. Our memories come from our dreams, where we dream what will happen a day to a few weeks before it actually happens. The memories are exact, down to the fine details, conversations, etc. They last anywhere from a few seconds to a minute. They are rarely useful, and often rather mundane. In the few instances when it would have been useful, in the dream I chastized myself for not remembering the situation sooner, which only really made sense when the situation replayed and I did the exact same thing the next day. After a while, you just roll with it.
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