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October 5, 2015-October 6, 2015 – I was lying down somewhere with some stubble on my face. I was ready and very willing to shave, but I was too tired to get up. I was going to be really uncomfortable doing whatever I would be doing if I wasn’t able to shave. I managed to get a few swipes in, but I was unable to get the rest at the moment. My dad was walking around.

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February 17, 2016-February 18, 2016 – I was watching the end of the Duke-North Carolina basketball game. UNC was in the lead. It felt like there had been a significant swing in the score recently. It also felt like there had been more time added to the game.

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February 14, 2016-February 15, 2016 – A guy was talking to some other guy in a bedroom upstairs in what looked like my grandmother’s house. There was going to be some time travel/sudden again, 13 Going on 30-style. The one guy walked out of the room, leaving a blue Tootsie Roll Pop wrapper on the floor. Then he walked back in, older and in the future. He looked the same age to me; I wondered if he looked older to everyone else. A few other people walked in, including Mark Ruffalo. Someone picked up the wrapper; this held a hint that the time travel had indeed actually taken place.

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February 8, 2016-February 9, 2016 – I was watching the Oscars. I was standing near the TV and catching it out of the corner of my eye. I saw that The Big Short won Best Picture, or I was getting a strong sense that it was about to win. I wanted to check to see if it had also won Best Director.

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February 3, 2016-February 4, 2016 – I was watching the end of A Nightmare on Elm St. 3. It was at a chariot race track. One group of characters was running around clockwise. They met up with just about everyone else at the start line. They were running in the opposite direction. Tommy Wiseau’s character, leading the charge of the clockwise group, killed the villain. In a scene from a documentary about the whole series, Heather Langenkamp said that they made sure to have Tommy back to direct the meta-movie in the series 10 years later. Then Wes Craven said, “Yeah, we had to have Tommy.” I realized that Tommy (or Wes) had nothing to do with the second one. I tried to remember how they were both involved with the first one. I figured Wes was the writer, and Tommy was the director.

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