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"We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.'" -- Ben Franklin

Codes: "IRL" = "in real life". "INV" = "in Night Vision", meaning untrue in real life. 

"Skip" means a sudden transition from one segment to another. "The 1250" references my childhood home, a (too) frequent setting for my visions. Josie is my daughter, and most of my life has been spent with Chicken and Alex as friends. Any other people referenced, past jobs worked at or life experiences are real unless otherwise noted. 



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But I'm Still Hungry! (April 2, 2020)

A lot of small scenes plus one notable scene: "backstage" at some concert, me and a buddy chill out in a trailer. Nearly nude Tiffani Thiessen arrives to give each of us a lap dance, which consists of her rubbing food on her person and feeding it to us. As she is with my buddy, I'm suddenly reminded that Thiessen played on Beverly Hills, 90210, which I was a huge fan of. But when I mention this to her and ask a follow-up question, she leaves annoyed.

Also, in a fictional Three's Company episode, Mrs. Roper comes up with a plan that'll save each of the three roommates $50 per month in rent and asks the skeptical bunch to "trust her on this". They do, and she brings the plan to Mr. Roper—he promptly figures out her math is off and her plan will actually cost the roommates $50,000 per year. OH, the laughs this will bring!