[78-L] Dreaming of not-Cary

Malcolm Rockwell malcolm at 78data.com
Sat Sep 8 14:49:00 PDT 2012

Shhh. Okay, mum's the word.


On 9/8/2012 10:08 AM, Cary Ginell wrote:
> For God's sake, somebody change the subject header. My wife is getting suspicious.
> Cary
> On Sep 8, 2012, at 1:01 PM, "David Lennick" <dlennick at sympatico.ca> wrote:
>> Well, don't watch Dr. Strangelove (which actually may have a 78 connection,
>> depending on which recording of We'll Meet Again it uses). Yeehaa......
>> (Watched "The Big Lebowski" last night. Did not dream of bowling or ballet.)
>> dl
>> On 9/8/2012 3:46 PM, warren moorman wrote:
>>> I appreciate Bill posting this, since I've also occasionally had dreams that include records. One that recurs is finding some good records at a sale, only to be momentarily distracted and the stuff is gone.  I've also had dreams that include records that don't exist, but are plausible, not fantastic things that could only exist in dreams. Can't recall exact examples, but they occur in the dream accompanied by the same sense of satisfaction as seeing one in real life that one has only heard or read about, but these are records that have never existed.
>>> I hope tonight I won't dream of Cary whooping "yeehaa" atop a nuclear bomb...
>>> Warren
>>> ________________________________
>>> From: Cary Ginell<soundthink at live.com>
>>> To: 78-L Mail List<78-l at klickitat.78online.com>
>>> Sent: Saturday, September 8, 2012 10:44 AM
>>> Subject: Re: [78-L] Dreaming of Cary
>>> You definitely need to get a life, Bill. Forget about a life, get a shrink. Slim Pickens and ME?? Yikes.
>>> Cary Ginell
>>> On Sep 8, 2012, at 4:24 AM, Bill McClung wrote:
>>>> Telling this to all of you wise acres just shows how secure I am.
>>>> Last night I had a dream that I had gone into my small town convenience
>>>> store.  I was looking for something to help organize my record collection
>>>> (a mental reference to last week's discussion) and after searching for a
>>>> long time found in the automotive/record player section some papers I could
>>>> list records on.  I took my find to the check out where the clerk, Slim
>>>> Pickens, rang up $3.10.  I took out my wallet and gave him a $4 bill (from
>>>> a dream two nights ago) but he couldn't figure out how much change to give
>>>> me so he said no problem I'll sing you a song so he got his guitar and
>>>> started singing I told myself I've got to tell Cary about this and woke up.
>>>> Don't know the song but it was definitely Slim Pickens singing.  Played
>>>> good guitar, too.
>>>> _____________________________________________

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