dementia and repeating: when hundred is equal to one

Someone asks you a question once. You answer it. He asks it again, so, okay, you answer it again. The third time you answer it, you use an exaggeratedly patient, slow way of answering, and the person falls silent. One minute lapses, and you switch your mind back to where it had been before the question came.

And then, he asks it again, with an innocent air as if the question has occurred to him for the first time and it is really the most important question in the world. This time you grit your teeth.

What do you do the hundredth time?
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