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Permalink 01/25/08 at 12:25:05 pm, by Ed, 314 words   English (US)
Categories: General, Dreams of a phenytoin addict

So, more interesting news today. I am currently taking Dilantin every night before I go to bed. Usually, I have a dreamless sleep, or a dreamful sleep wherein I forget the dreams afterward completely. Since I started on Dilantin, I have had very vivid dreams regularly. It's a new and interesting experience. I can remember the dreams and everything.

The interesting bit about these dreams is that I came up with a musical last night, with the music and the rhymes and the story and everything. A man and a woman around the 1600's are in a kitchen fighting, and the woman is singing about how the man cheated on her and he's defending himself, and she says something like "A very hot kettle/is the perfect metal" for attacking him with. This rhyme came out of nowhere. I didn't make it up. But there were rhymes all over the place, like "You're lucky you're agile, 'cuz if you weren't/the wall would be fine, but you'd be burnt" after she throws the kettle at him.

I also dreamed that I was in a family of vampires and we were on a lake with large colorful mushrooms acting as lily pads that came right out of Alice in Wonderland. Another dream was that I was reading a book by Roald Dahl with a cover drawing like Shel Silverstein's and it was full of "sex poems". The book was titled "West Ottawa Middle School" which happens to be where my brother went to school. Where the information about the copyright is, it had a couple of contributor's names beside the author, and they were Seth Marty and Joe Marty.

Like I said. Very vivid dreams. I shall have to begin keeping a notebook by my bed in case I come up with a flux capacitor or something.

Oh, and I'm engaged now, too. To Bridget.

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Comment from: CPage [Visitor]
Speaking of WO, and flux capacitors, I heard Kevin Fu interviewed on NPR the other day, becuase he worked on developing the new [PCDs] or something like that, (personal capacitor defibrilators?) that get implanted in the heart and can be regulated externally by wireless signal. Unfortunately you can hack into them.
03/14/08 @ 13:50

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