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Name: Tim Konspiracy
Gender: Male
Hometown: Mongrolvia
Home country: South Side, Chicago
Current location: Northeast Side, Los Angeles
Member since: Sat Sep 13, 2008, 01:46 AM
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So, right before I woke up this morning, I had a dream about net neutrality...

...in the dream, I was in a room or office or such, and I heard a voice say "oh look, it's Ajit Pai."

Next thing I know, Ajit - who looks like a really young-20-something-Japanese-guy, NOT what the actual Ajit Pai looks like - comes up to me and sez: "Here, take this" as he hands me a packaged-in-a-plastic-bubble-black-disc which looks like a flat, circular refrigerator magnet about the size and thickness of a quarter.

He sez: "Stick this to your laptop" (I don't have one in real life, but I do in this dream) - "and it will play what you need to see."

The content from the black disc was a video of a woman sitting in a chair, in full left side profile, being stripped of her clothes by unseen forces - like powerful winds - and then it zoomed in on the left side of her face, which was covered by massive amounts of what appeared to be acne.

Not sure what it means, but it was fuckin weird! Kinda like a Dali crawling ants thing.

I usually don't remember my dreams, but this one was very memorable, in a disturbing way.

I did, however, think that a "digital magnet" device was a pretty cool idea.

Happy New Year.

"Here Comes Christmas" by my band Green Sparkle Frog...

...from the 2012 release Die Happy & Other Songs About Life.

Earlier today I voted for Bernie!

Not sure if this was already mentioned here, but Bernie is up for a Grammy in the Spoken Word category.

Actually, it's Bernie along with Mark Ruffalo, for Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In.

Today was the last day to vote for the 60th Grammy Awards, which will happen on January 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

As a Grammy voter, it was my great pleasure to vote for Bernie, even if it was just for a Grammy and not for President.
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