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Post 21

ITIWBS

I frequently have dreams about military service when I drop around the VA for my medical work.


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Post 22

Paigetheoracle

First dates? I stood on one once and came to a sticky end or to be precise, it did


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Post 23

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Not Banned in China

I have recurrent dreams about elevators (=lifts) that go sideways and diagonally. Most of them are set in fantastic buildings located in a weird place I call the Akashic City. Exploring the city takes up a lot of dreamtime, especially with all the trams, walkways, trains, etc. smiley - winkeye No wonder I wake up tired.


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Post 24

ITIWBS

Have you dreamed about being carried on a palanquin?


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Post 25

paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

Were you channeling H P Blavatsky, Dmitri? smiley - bigeyes


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Post 26

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Not Banned in China

No, though sedan chair services have featured...the penalty of having been a tour guide in Philadelphia. smiley - winkeye

I always wanted to start a sedan chair service in Philly's Old City...I figured the university football players could use the extra cash and exercise...


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Post 27

paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

It's sedan shame that didn't catch on. smiley - run


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Post 28

Paigetheoracle

Akashic records? Didn't the Beatles start off with them?


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Post 29

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Not Banned in China

smiley - snork


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Post 30

paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

So they have coffee in Akashic City? smiley - bigeyes


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Post 31

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Not Banned in China

Definitely coffee. smiley - laugh And far too many second-hand shops. I'm always ending up in them, searching through a hodgepodge of items.

The second-hand shops, though, are kind of obvious symbolism in an 'akashic' city. smiley - winkeye


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Post 32

paulh. the world is a circus, but why d I have to work without a net?

I used to love second-hand shops, particularly the thrift shops run by charitable organizations in my area. Later today I will browse in "Savers," a charitable thrift shop next door to the laundromat where I wash my clothes.


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