Re: [DMCForum] DeLorean on Cold Case Show
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Re: [DMCForum] DeLorean on Cold Case Show



> You have a TV now?  I am going into shock...

No Greg.  I was at my mom's.  She left her TV on, and
suddenly I thought I saw a flicker that looked like the
front of a DeLorean.  I wasn't sure of what I saw.

> The last thing the man needs is more bad publicity; in my
opinion it is sadly too late for

Farrar, calm down.  We are talking about there being a
DeLorean CAR on a who-done-it show.  And you thought we were
talking about JZD?  You're too funny.  :-)

> Speaking of DeLorean on the brain, I've had several dreams
about the car, and

Dude! -- that is too weird.  In most of my driving dreams,
I'm driving the DeLorean.  I've had about every possible
thing happen.  I've had it transform from car to PWC(boat).
Nice riding experience.  Usually I'm just driving around
country roads.  As if it isn't cool enough driving a
DeLorean for real, I get to drive one when I dream --
barefoot too.  Life is good.

Dreaming of a black interior uses less brain chemicals.  I
sometimes see that retinal-burn effect when I suddenly wake
up dreaming of something bright.  I can keep blinking my
eyes in a mostly dark room and still see an after-image of
the dream like it made spots from a camera flash.  If you
ever want to try it, next time you know you are dreaming,
dream of a very bright sunset and you are looking directly
into it.  Then quickly wake yourself up and open your eyes.
I do it, and I see an after-burn image just like I looked at
a REAL sunset.  Awesome!  Okay, I'm getting weird...er.
Just ignore that last paragraph... or paragraphs.

Walt


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