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Dreams

A Shadetree Mechanic & JB Takes My Towel

This dream took place during the day, and part of this dream involved my dad’s truck being worked on in my parent’s yard by a tall thin somewhat dirty man with light-color skin with somewhat long dark blonde hair.

The man was allegedly an auto mechanic, but he was probably a shadetree mechanic.

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Dreams

Dreaming About The George Floyd Protests / Riots

File:George Floyd protest in Downtown Los Angeles, passing National Guard.jpg
Description	
Deutsch: Georg-Floyd-Demonstranten an einem Posten der kalifornischen Nationalgarde.
Date	2 June 2020, 13:59:47
Source	Own work
Author	Kriddl
Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

This dream was inspired by the ongoing George Floyd protests / riots and a YouTube video that I saw about them called THE RIOTS | WHAT PEOPLE DON’T UNDERSTAND | Double Toasted by the YouTube channel Double Toasted:

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Dreams

Danistro Or Daneestro?

I woke up remembering several dreams several times, I tried to get myself to record them but I went back to sleep each time, and now I can only remember barely part of several other dreams while the others are forgotten now.

Dream 1

All that I can remember of this dream is that Emma Roberts was possibly in the dream.

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Miscellaneous

Why Should You Read Flannery O’Connor? – Iseult Gillespie

Why should you read Flannery O’Connor? – Iseult Gillespie

What is it?

Recently, I saw a YouTube video by the YouTube channel TED-Ed called Why Should You Read Flannery O’Connor? – Iseult Gillespie:

What is it about?

This is how TED-Ed describes this video:

Find out why Flannery O’Connor, an American novelist, is known as a master of the grotesque in Southern Gothic literature.

Flannery O’Connor scribbled tales of outcasts, intruders and misfits staged in the world she knew best: the American South. She was a master of the grotesque, but her work pushed beyond the purely ridiculous and frightening to reveal the variety and nuance of human character. Iseult Gillespie explores how O’Connor’s endlessly surprising fictional worlds continue to draw readers decades later.

Lesson by Iseult Gillespie, directed by Anton Bogaty.

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Miscellaneous

Why Should You Read Kurt Vonnegut? – Mia Nacamulli

Why Should You Read Kurt Vonnegut? – Mia Nacamulli

What Is It?

Recently the YouTube channel TED-Ed had an interesting video called: Why Should You Read Kurt Vonnegut? – Mia Nacamulli:

Here is the description for this video:

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Kurt Vonnegut found the tidy, satisfying arcs of many stories at odds with reality, and he set out to explore the ambiguity between good and bad fortune in his own novels.

He tried to make sense of human behavior by studying the shapes of stories — ditching straightforward chronologies and clear-cut fortunes.

Mia Nacamulli dives into the sometimes dark, yet hopeful works of Vonnegut.

Lesson by Mia Nacamulli, directed by TED-Ed.

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