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Saturday, December 24, 2005

Massive earthquake! California falls into Pacific Ocean!

I slept 12 hours and finally got enough REM sleep to have a ton of dreams. Including two that startled me awake. The most startling one was being in some house somewhere in San Francisco with a bunch of people — I think we were at a holiday party — and a small-to-medium earthquake happened.

But the earth just kept shaking after about 45 seconds, and then it started to shake harder. And harder. Just about the time it shifted from about a 4.5 to a 5.5 to a 6 in about two seconds flat, we looked out the window and started seeing buildings falling down in big clouds of dust, and then the ground beneath our building broke completely off and the whole house started floating toward a big crevice, which we plummeted into in a hurry.

As we went over the edge and all flew into the air, I think my last words were something like "Oh, well that's just great."

And I woke up in Missouri.

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Anonymous Amber said...

Once I had a dream where I was a guy that had to make a pillgrimage on foot to Austin, TX, before the world broke into pieces in space. The chunk of Earth with Texas on it was the only chunck of Earth that would be habitable after the Earth was destroyed, because it had enough mass to have a thin atmosphere capable of supporting some form of life.

I started in the East and walked in the streets, gathering people and gaining group members amenable and profitable to the enterprise. When we made it, my view zoomed out, very movie-like, so that I could see the Earth exploding. But I and my group was in Texas, and we were ok!

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