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August 1st, 2004
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From:theadana
Date:August 1st, 2004 04:06 pm (UTC)
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I had a dream about you last night. We were making our way through this trapped area- there were trip wires and earthquakes going on. You were wearing this cream colored (cream and butter and buttercups) dress shirt, and it was sunny out. I turned to you and said, "You know this is a dream, right?" and you gave me that look you do sometimes, that sort of short nod you give when I've said something so obvious that it's taken for granted. I got the strong feeling that you would talk to me about it when we were awake. It was nice, despite the chaos; you seemed happy to be running around with me.

On a more practical note, I would strongly suggest that you subscribe to, filter, and read d-pittsburgh-bullcrap. It's a good conversation forum and social network, plus, most publicly attended events are announced there. You could also look around http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/act/ for people who want to do stuff.
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From:kenoubi
Date:August 1st, 2004 08:00 pm (UTC)
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I got the strong feeling that you would talk to me about it when we were awake.

Which “it”, the dream? It sounds very similar to some of my (extremely vague) fantasies, actually. I am going to end up writing fan fiction for my own life some day, probably.

On a more practical note, I would strongly suggest that you subscribe to, filter, and read d-pittsburgh-bullcrap.

I think I was scared off by the “no lurkers” warning last time I considered that, but I suppose I could just flagrantly ignore it. That does seem like a pretty good way to get party announcements, at least.

We should get together again before you leave. Give me a call tomorrow, or send me an email, or I'll call you.

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