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Death at a Funeral?

November 11, 2009-November 12, 2009 – I was at my grandmother’s funeral, or at least that’s what seemed to be going on, as much of my dad’s side of the family was there.  But for some reason, it seemed like she wasn’t actually dead or that this just wasn’t her funeral.  I was hanging out with my uncle.

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June 29, 2009-June 30, 2009 – I was on a beach.  I was watching Greg, my friend from college, do a dance (of seduction, or something like that) around a person who was simultaneously a guy I went to high school with and one of my cousins.  I was talking to this girl I went to college with, warning her that Greg was going around doing a mating dance around people and that she should be on the lookout for him to do this to her.  Then I remembered that Greg had also done this dance around me earlier.  I was watching the video of it: there I was, having fun on the beach, then Greg bursts in from the left side of the frame and grabs my hair dryer.  Then I rewound the video to see what I was doing with a hair dryer.

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February 1, 2009-February 2, 2009 – I was watching a Penn State basketball game.  I was rooting for Penn St. to an abnormally high degree.  They were playing unusually well.  I might have been watching with my friend Jeff (who went to Penn St.).

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Feral Running

January 30, 2009-January 31, 2009 – I was running through some streets on my hands and feet.  I didn’t have any pants on.  I was only wearing a shirt, with a blanket or towel covering me from the waist down.  I was trying to keep myself unexposed.  But there was hardly anybody outside anyway.  Then I took a moment to stretch and some guy riding his bike saw me.  Then I stopped, and I was back home.

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June 28, 2009-June 29, 2009 – It was the morning of the day that I was leaving Australia with my family.  I had just gotten up.  I wanted  to get a workout in before we left.  I had gotten up three hours before we needed to leave, which gave me enough time.  I let Mom know where I was headed.  I was planning on biking, but without thinking, I started running.  My feet felt fine (despite a recent injury), so I just kept running.  I was thinking that at this point it was too late to go back and start biking, and my feet and legs still felt fine, so I continued running.

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Blood on the Tracks

November 9, 2009-November 10, 2009 – I was watching a hockey game, or it was just footage of something taking place at a hockey rink.  There was a story being announced about a woman who had been hit by a car while hanging around railroad tracks.  After the story had been told once quickly, the announcer started to tell it again in more detail.  As he was getting into the story, I started to think that the woman who had been hit was Yvette Nicole Brown.  I could see someone who looked like her in the front row of the crowd.  Then the camera got closer, and I figured that it must be her, as she was sitting with Joel McHale and the rest of her costars.  Then the camera showed some guy on the rink who was probably the guy who had been driving.  He looked like Greg Oden.  I thought that the accident must have been the driver’s fault, but then the announcer got to describing the actions of the woman.  She was drunk, and she was staggering around the tracks.  She foolishly remained staggering around the tracks.  He kept going on and on about how she was moving back and forth along the tracks.

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May 3, 2009-May 4, 2009 – I was with my parents at the grocery store.  I think we were shopping for me for the start of a new school year.  As we were about to leave, some guy from the Nigerian national soccer team came up to us, hoping to enlist my services for a game, as they were down one player.  Mom and Dad had to think for a bit because we were in the middle of doing stuff, but then they decided to help this guy out.  So I went with him to another aisle in the store, where the team was practicing.

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