A Strange Girl | Police Harrassment

Lazy overview of my dreams:

Dream 1

In this dream I found a strange girl with curly blonde hair wearing a dress who possibly could not feel pain, who was possibly an orphan, who was alone, and I was not sure if she was really human or not and /or if she was an experiment of some kind.

I probably took her to the authorities to get her some help & to see if they could figure out what was going on, et cetera, and I probably considered adopting her as my daughter or temporarily taking care of her until they could find her a permanent home depending on the situation.

Looking For A Bee Gees Music Album | New Coworkers

Lazy notes of my dreams:

Dream 1

I went to a fictional BP School Board building to visit some coworkers of my dad, one of the male coworkers is not there, and a dark-skin obese woman & her dark-skin boyfriend or husband were at a table.

They call the missing man’s office wanting a certain Bee Gees music album to check out, I assume, and I decide to try to find it for them.

Krysten Ritter & Feeling Sick & Walmarts & Shootings & Barack Obama | The Paul Brothers

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream is that I was traveling during the day, I assume, and at some point I possibly met Krysten Ritter.

Later I remember feeling somewhat sick, one symptom was that I possibly felt like I had a fever, I remember going to a park, and I remember wondering if I had COVID-19.

Stopping A Woman From Punching A Baby

I did not record the rest of my dreams so I forgot them, but I do remember the very end of my last dream that took place inside a room.

I was in the room with various people sitting at tables maybe watching a movie on a TV or something, and at some point I heard someone (maybe a woman) yell: “she is punching her baby!”.

Muhammad Ali | A Stolen Turkey

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream is that the end of the dream involved me sitting in a room by a bed that an old bed ridden Muhammad Ali was laying on, and we were talking; and a female nurse was in the room tending to his medical needs et cetera.

It did not seem that Mr. Ali had much time left to live, he seemed to be in pain & could not even sit up in the bed really, and he was talking about the realities of The United States past / present / future especially involving the bad things like: racism, bigotry, income inequality, imperialism / war / violence, police brutality, et cetera.

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