Where does the good go

I’m skeered

So, I don’t usually write about my dreams for fear that they will expose the true depths of my madness. That or bore the hell out of my readers.
That said.
This morning, at 2:48 a.m. I was startled awake by the image of a man falling to his death in my dreams.
I was fairly disturbed, but it was still dark out and well, I was in my bed, so I went back to sleep.
When I woke up again at 8, I saw this story on the news.

A sanitation truck driver died early Monday morning after his truck slammed into a guardrail on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway.

Police say the driver was thrown from the truck, which is still hanging from the roadway, causing major delays.

According to the reporter at the scene, he fell to his death shortly before 3 this morning. Further creeping me out is the fact that I was driving along Furman street (the street on which he fell) exactly 24 hours before his death.

All of which begs the question…how can I make money off of these strange new powers?

8 Responses to “I’m skeered”

  1. Chugarte Says:

    All of which begs the question “how likely is it that Dawn fell asleep without the TV on”?

  2. Dawn Summers Says:

    No way. I would have thought that too — but lately I’ve been going to sleep to the Simpsons Season 8 DVDs. To get to TV, I have to change the mode in the morning, so there’s no way I could have seen the news of his death until 8! Five hours after my dream.

  3. F-Train Says:

    You’re wondering how you can make money off of the contemporaneous dreaming of an actual event?

    1. Wake yourself up immediately after said dream.
    2. Blog said dream/event.
    3. ???
    4. Profit!

  4. Dawn Summers Says:

    hahahahahahahahaha. get me some gnomes!

  5. Eric Says:

    Profit? Well, the next time you dream about a stock falling and you wake up before the market opens…

  6. Dawn 2 Says:

    That is just creepy.

  7. pearatty Says:

    Carl Sagan had a theory for this, but it would kill your buzz, so I won’t mention it.

  8. Dawn Summers Says:

    What’s the theory?

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