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 on: October 20, 2014, 05:18:41 AM 
Started by Scott - Last post by claws
Django Unchained

 on: October 20, 2014, 05:05:54 AM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by zombie #1
Sit there frustrated because I have no female available.
what about Mandy. I heard she gives a good hand shandy

 on: October 20, 2014, 03:59:40 AM 
Started by alandhopewell - Last post by claws
I only had two dreams where I woke up screaming. Once as a kid (4-6 years old) I dreamed my parents eyes fell out their sockets, with my Grandmother scooping them up the floor with a little broom and shovel. After waking up I was hysterical, my mom trying to calm me down for a couple of hours.

I was about 19 or 20 (around Christmas time) when I dreamed about shadow beings trying to get into our house. In my dream my father tried to fight them off with a rifle, but at some point he started to scream in fear. That scared me so much that I woke up. That's when I felt a weight pushing down on my body, and when I opened my eyes I was staring at my own self, like standing very close to a mirror. I was freaking out because of myself lying on top of me staring into my eyes. Then my "twin" said something I don't remember, that's when I woke up for real, screaming. I couldn't go back to sleep for the rest of the night (it was around 4:00 am). What scared me the most was the realism of the dream. It just didn't feel like a dream at all.

 on: October 20, 2014, 03:00:18 AM 
Started by Trevor - Last post by Trevor

 on: October 20, 2014, 02:55:59 AM 
Started by alandhopewell - Last post by Trevor
First of all, BrotherAlan - I trust that SisterTracy is well as we haven't seen her on here for a while.  Smile

The scariest dream I ever had involved me meeting Princess Diana in Paris after her fatal accident - just the way she looked (maggots eating her face  Buggedout) and acted (she knew my name  Buggedout) was enough to put me off sleeping any more that night.

The recurring dream I have is returning to my home town in Zimbabwe and finding everything in ruins - the church where I was baptized, confirmed and was a Sunday School teacher at for a while is harboring true evil under the pulpit - and the only building still standing is the cinema there which is screening well known films with truly horrible images.  Buggedout

I should just add that when I have my recurring dream, that is when I know that I have to slow down and take it easy as that dream is a warning. 

     Trace is doing well, as is her sister-she just dropped me and our daughter off at the library on her way to work.
Dreams like that are warnings, and I'm glad you're heeding this....just prior to my overdose in '78, I had wake-up-screaming nightmares nearly every night.

Give SisterT a hug from me.  Smile

Another warning dream I have is if I dream about my Dad who passed on in 2008: it is always nice to see him but those dreams are also a warning about trouble to come or something good on the way. The last time I dreamt about Dad was about three weeks ago: he was driving a car and showing me what to do with it, how, when and where.

Two days later I got my new(ish) car which is going great thus far.  TeddyR

 on: October 20, 2014, 02:07:47 AM 
Started by Mr. DS - Last post by JoeTheDestroyer
Lately I've been playing Gothic and Assassin's Creed II (on 360).

I started out utterly hating Gothic, but the game has grown on me now that I can actually kill things. Its combat system is quite wonky, but is manageable once you've gotten the hang of it. As of right now, I'm about to finish chapter 1 and join the Old Camp. A bit cliche, I know, but I'm not fond of either the New Camp or the Sect Camp.  One sounds too lax and the other sounds bats**t crazy.

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I'm surprised thus far with Assassin's Creed II. I wasn't a huge fan of the first one, and thus dragged my feet on the sequels. I've been told repeatedly that the second one was awesome and that I should definitely pick it up. So far, I'm not regretting it like I regretted playing the first one.  There's more variety this time around, and the combat system is vastly improved.

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My only complaint so far is that some of the missions I've encountered were quite boring. Then again, I'm still pretty early in the campaign.

 on: October 20, 2014, 02:05:55 AM 
Started by alandhopewell - Last post by Mofo Rising
Sleep Paralysis.

Several of you mentioned the "Old Hag" syndrome, and not to discount your analysis, this is very similar to the phenomenon of sleep paralysis.

Every time it happens to me, it feels like I am asleep in my bed (which I am), but there is something else in my room whose physical presence I can feel. At it's most benign, it's like a person sitting down on the mattress next to me. Other times it is like a person crawling on top of me and pressing down. Nobody wants that from anybody other than a significant other. And still other times it is like there is a cat in my bedroom who is bouncing around all over my mattress.

Every time it happens it's disconcerting as all get out.

But as scary as that is, this is not an uncommon occurrence in the population at all. It's just an imbalance in the way your body tries to wake you up and the way dream cycles occur. Nothing supernatural, it's just the way your brain can occasionally misfire. It happens to a lot of people, even if they don't all talk about it.

Here's the thing, it only happens to me after I have spent several nights drinking and then quit. Drinking alcohol, if you don't know, messes with your bodies normal REM cycles. Simply put, you don't get the full good nights of sleep you need. If you do that for several days, you back up on REM sleep. Lack of REM sleep has been known to cause full blown psychosis in conscious individuals. So if you drink multiple nights in a row, and then stop, your body has a bunch of neurotransmitters it's been waiting to put back in to good use, which it does.

And most times I do that I get sleep paralysis.

Now you could blame that on actual demons, but in my case its more on my purposeful use of "demon drink" messing with my biochemistry. It is the only time it ever happens to me.

Don't rule it out. I'd be happy to discuss the role of neurotransmitters and sleep cycles if you read the article and don't close your mind.

 on: October 20, 2014, 01:21:42 AM 
Started by Metropolisforever - Last post by Mofo Rising
Moving (1988) with Richard Pryor.

That is the inestimable Dana Carvey.

 on: October 20, 2014, 12:14:46 AM 
Started by dean - Last post by Trevor
Happy birthday to Brother Pilgerman  Cheers

 on: October 19, 2014, 11:45:20 PM 
Started by Mr. DS - Last post by JaseSF
Jesus Jones International Bright Young Thing Small | Large

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