Lillie Are You Okay? | I’m Not Hungry

Kindred: The Embraced - Black black heart
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Dream 1

This dream was inspired by me watching two episodes of the television show Kindred: The Embraced before I went to sleep, and this dream took place inside a multi-story hospital.

There were some characters from Kindred: The Embraced in the dream like the vampires Julian Luna and Lillie Langtry, and the human character Detective Frank Kohanek.

Frank was there to check on a vampire who was in the hospital, I happened to be walking in the same direction, and we went to a hospital room where Lillie was unconscious on a hospital bed.

Frank was there to see how Lillie was doing, he stood there by her bed, and some of my coworkers like Mrs. RB seemed to be working there as nurses while possibly also working at their normal jobs at The BP Library.

Mrs. RB entered the room as a nurse to check on Lillie, but that is all that I can remember of this dream.

Dream 2

All that I can remember of this dream is that I was at work at The BP Library, I walked to the side of the front desk next to my coworker Mrs. RB as her and my female coworker JB talked, and JB was looking straight ahead as she talked so she did not see me standing to the right of Mrs. RB but Mrs. RB knew that I was standing there.

JB looked like she was in a bad mood, at some point JB got up to walk away, and then she noticed me for the first time as we walked past each other.

I said good morning to JB, and she replied: “I’m not hungry.”.

I was a bit confused by this and I felt bad that JB seemed to feel bad, and so I said something in response that I can not remember hoping to help JB feel better.

I remember JB saying a few things before continuing to walk away, I still felt various feelings including concern for JB and hoping that she would feel better, but I woke up.

The end,

-John Jr


Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones

Dave Chappelle in Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones (2019)
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What is it?

The 2019 Netflix Dave Chappelle stand-up comedy special Dave Chappelle: Sticks & Stones.

What is it about?

This is how Netflix describes this comedy special:

Dave Chappelle takes on gun culture, the opioid crisis and the tidal wave of celebrity scandals in a defiant stand-up special filmed in Atlanta.

My Thoughts

This stand-up comedy special was getting a lot of press for being allegedly offensive, and so my brother GC and I decided to watch it to see what all the fuss was about.

This was not Dave Chappelle’s best work, and the things that most people were complaining about were not as offensive as they said in my opinion; but some of the things that they did not talk about is what my brother GC and I found more offensive.

The most offensive and unfunny and outdated thing to us was his use of a Chinese joke that even his own wife told him not to use where he suddenly did an offensive outdated part at the end of a joke in an offensive voice along with offensive body language and offensive facial expressions, and it was not funny; and it was more like an old racist Chinese joke/caricature from the World War II days or something.

Besides that and two other offensive topics/things (involving children/rape/pedophilia et cetera), the special was not as offensive as some people are making it out to be, and it was better than how some critics rated it.

But I did expect better and a few things were offensive and not funny, but at least it was not as bad or as offensive as described by most critics; and I still got some laughs.

The end,

-John Jr