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      Yesterday i was at work, it was 3pm and i was feeling very tired.

      I decided to go buy a coffee, and on my way to the cafeteria, in the hallway, i see a bearded man with a slightly amused expression on his face, he looks at me very briefly and passes me by. About 15 seconds later, i cross the same man, coming from the same direction, a total deja vu. So i instantly ask myself if i'm dreaming and i do a quick math operation. The RC doesn't fail, i'm definitely not dreaming.

      I'm sure he couldn't have gone back from the second hallway and come by my direction a second time, it would have taken way more than a minute (unless he was running). Or perhaps they were twins? Anyways, that was a very awkward situation.

      Any similar experience you had?

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      I've tried something like you have. With a person appearing two-times. Funny stuff.

      I've never been in a situation, where I really doubted whether I was dreaming or not. Sometimes something triggers my reality-checks, but I'm never like "This MUST be a dream!!"

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      weird. I've had a few experiences like that, but they all turned out to be real life. Once I saw a guy in a full Indian headress walking down the middle of the highway carrying a walmart bag. Another time, it was January, I was driving past a lake and saw a naked (as far as I could tell) guy sitting in a lawn chair reading a paper. half a second later, I passed a woman out in the middle of the lake on a sand bar, photographing a guitar. no kidding.
      It's crazy how things like this automatically seem weird in real life, but in dreams they can seem completely normal.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Unicorn View Post
      Yesterday i was at work, it was 3pm and i was feeling very tired.

      I decided to go buy a coffee, and on my way to the cafeteria, in the hallway, i see a bearded man with a slightly amused expression on his face, he looks at me very briefly and passes me by. About 15 seconds later, i cross the same man, coming from the same direction, a total deja vu. So i instantly ask myself if i'm dreaming and i do a quick math operation. The RC doesn't fail, i'm definitely not dreaming.

      I'm sure he couldn't have gone back from the second hallway and come by my direction a second time, it would have taken way more than a minute (unless he was running). Or perhaps they were twins? Anyways, that was a very awkward situation.

      Any similar experience you had?
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      That is really weird. If you see him agaiin, you should ask him what is up.

      Let's see...it seems like lots of this stuff has happened to me...but recently...it was like -20 F outside, and I saw two people, one dressed as Uncle Sam and the other as the Statue of Liberty, standing in the snow and waving at everybody. Then later I saw they had opened an income tax business there, and these poor slobs were trying to advertise it. This morning on the news they were talking about ice-covered roads, but showing scenes from Disney Land, with Snow White and Mickey Mouse waving at the camera.

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      Not a day goes by in my strange life that I'm not asking this question at least a few times. Today alone was SOOO weird... but out of respect for the people involved, I'm not going to share what goes on. If I were to even describe a couple of the scenes to you, you'd be sure I was either describing a dream or had finally and completely lost it.

      I think a straightforward "normal" day for me would be more suspect than bizarre weirdness. I live a great life, and my immediate home situation is pretty straightforward... but man, do we live in the midst of some bizarre circumstances.

      I think anybody who is alert will see weird "glitches" most every day though. That's one of the really neat thing about LDing - it raises our level of awareness to these sorts of things.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Moonbeam View Post
      This morning on the news they were talking about ice-covered roads, but showing scenes from Disney Land, with Snow White and Mickey Mouse waving at the camera.[/b]
      lol, WTF?


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      Our news team is pretty ameteur. I think they hire kids right out of college and pay them minimum wage, just to get a start in broadcast journalism. Theeir wardrobes are awful. One guy wears a brown velvet suit everyday.

      P.S. Oh yea, I forgot something else they showed...James Brown lying in his coffin...(yes, on Feb 9) now that is something that makes you do an RC, especially before breakfast. I about choked on my coffee.

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