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Archive for February, 2012

January 3, 2010-January 4, 2010 – I was in a mansion with a group of friends.  There was a meeting in the room next door with three international heads of state, one of whom was the President of America.  But he seemed to be more like Jack Donaghy.  He was some sort of conflation of the two.  But he looke more like Reagan.  We were having auditions for this new 30 Rock-inspired show, or some special 30 Rock episode.  I’m not sure if that’s why we were in the mansion all along or if seeing that meeting had inspired us.  I was walking upstairs with a few people to the room where the auditions were going to be.  When we opened the door, we were surprised to find Jay Harrington and one of the women from Better Off Ted.

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July 3, 2009-July 4, 2009 – I was going out for a run, even though I wasn’t sure if my legs would be up to it.  I started out barefoot, so as not to aggravate my blisters.  I didn’t think that running barefoot was a good idea, but to my surprise, it felt fine, and my legs weren’t bothered at all.

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What Will John McCain Do Next?

November 12, 2008-November 13, 2008 – I was watching a TV show with John McCain making an appearance.  It seemed like he was considering a TV gig in the wake of losing the election.  I was wondering if he was going to go back to his Senate seat.

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Hit ‘Em wit Da Hee

September 23, 2007-September 24, 2007 – I was looking at tomorrow’s forecast.  It was going to reach 145 degrees F in Baltimore, and 173 degrees F in Philadelphia.  I told this info to someone else.  I wondered how I would be able to get through the day with such heat.

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Transcendent Skiing

January 4, 2012-January 5, 2012 – I was in a skiing race.  I was discussing my race strategy with my sister.  While still talking with her, I had already started the race.  It was a one-skier-at-a-time time trial.  Initially, I seemed to be watching myself as I was racing.  The course started as a steady downhill.  At the first bump, I decided to doa backflip.  I landed it perfectly.  There was another bump right after; I did another backflip and landed it just as perfectly.  The first slightly uphill part of the race was coming up soon.

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An Unusually Tame Sketch Show

August 30, 2011-August 31 2012 – I was watching a sketch show starring teenagers.  It was rather tame for a sketch show, and it was on a PBS-type channel.  The sketch on now introduced “a master recording of Old King Cole.”  It was a white kid with a bald cap singing in an empty room.  Due partially to my prompting, he was interrupted because he didn’t seem to be doing it right.  Then he was set aright.  One of the songs taken on was “Unforgettable” (so I guess it was more like Nat King Cole).

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Spike Lee Chose Me

April 26, 2011-April 27, 2011 – I was being honored with an awards ceremony.  It was in recognition of my accomplishments in the arts.  I thought that it might be for my future accomplishments, as I hadn’t really yet done anything.  Spike Lee was the one who had chosen me.  Spike was about to give the introductory address.  But dinner had just been served.  I wondered where I was supposed to sit.  Rob sat at the table next to us, while Dad (and I guess the rest of my family) and I sat at the front center table.  Dad was sitting to my right.  As Spike began to talk, I sat on the floor.  But soon I decided that I didn’t need to avoid sitting at the table.  So I got up.  I had a bit of my food as Spike continued to talk.  I figured that I would be given some time to talk while accepting my award.  I started to think about what I was going to say.  I was going to mention how Tom Hanks had gotten a lifetime achievement award in his forties and now I was getting one at about half that age!  I figured that would get a big reacction.  I wondered if I was getting any money for this award, like a genius grant, so that I would have the means to make the projects I was being prematurely recognized for.  The ceremony seemed to be breaking up before I had a chance to speak.  People started to disperse.  Dad told me I should thank Spike Lee.  I said to him, “Mr. Lee,” and then I thanked him.  I was surprised that I referred to him as “Mr. Lee.”

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