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Re: Parallel Selves?

#141  Postby BlackBart » Oct 31, 2015 3:39 pm

Fallible wrote:I don't know who to believe. I want to stick my finger in an electric socket, but I heard it's dangerous. But I wanna do it. What do you guys think?


Frazzled Fallible.

Try saying that three times quickly...


...preferably while not looking in a mirror.

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Re: Parallel Selves?

#142  Postby Alexander1304 » Oct 31, 2015 3:40 pm

Cito di Pense wrote:
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My opinion will depend on what you say this guy's expertise is. Depending on how that goes, it will be an opinion about you or an opinion about him, or both. Does he have some sort of expertise relating to travel among different universes and whether dreams have anything to do with that? Do you?

I don't ,but he seems to have it.He claims that when he sleeps he travels to different dimensions and see his friend who died 15 years ago.:

My 85 year old mother must be constantly entering parallel dimensions, because nothing's ever where she left it last, or the same colour as the one she remembers.

And I change dimensions every time I fall asleep and dream about my friend who died 15 years ago, because in the dreams he is alive, but when I wake up he's dead again.


Some people who are 'experienced' have 'expertise'. This is not what Jimi Hendrix was singing about.


People dream about dead relative/friends all the time
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#143  Postby Cito di Pense » Oct 31, 2015 3:41 pm

Alexander1304 wrote:
Cito di Pense wrote:
Alexander1304 wrote:
Cito di Pense wrote:
My opinion will depend on what you say this guy's expertise is. Depending on how that goes, it will be an opinion about you or an opinion about him, or both. Does he have some sort of expertise relating to travel among different universes and whether dreams have anything to do with that? Do you?

I don't ,but he seems to have it.He claims that when he sleeps he travels to different dimensions and see his friend who died 15 years ago.:

My 85 year old mother must be constantly entering parallel dimensions, because nothing's ever where she left it last, or the same colour as the one she remembers.

And I change dimensions every time I fall asleep and dream about my friend who died 15 years ago, because in the dreams he is alive, but when I wake up he's dead again.


Some people who are 'experienced' have 'expertise'. This is not what Jimi Hendrix was singing about.


People dream about dead relative/friends all the time


Or so they say. And not all the time. Only when they're sleeping, right? And even then, only every so often. The gap is getting smaller. Mind the gap.
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#144  Postby BlackBart » Oct 31, 2015 3:42 pm

Alexander1304 wrote:
I am afraid that they might demonstrate.


I wouldn't worry about it. It's just some lonely diwitted loser so desperate for attention that they'll post any fucking bullshit on a forum.

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Re: Parallel Selves?

#145  Postby surreptitious57 » Oct 31, 2015 3:43 pm

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What is your opinion about guy who claim to travel to different universes in dreams

I once had a dream I was being chased by Nazis and the mutant dino rep from Hellraiser in a discarded under
ground kitchen with floors knee high in treacle. But after waking up I quickly realised it was not actually real
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#146  Postby laklak » Oct 31, 2015 3:45 pm

I dreamed I saw Joe Hill last night.
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#147  Postby campermon » Oct 31, 2015 3:46 pm

surreptitious57 wrote:
Alexander1304 wrote:
What is your opinion about guy who claim to travel to different universes in dreams

I once had a dream I was being chased by Nazis and the mutant dino rep from Hellraiser in a discarded under
ground kitchen with floors knee high in treacle. But after waking up I quickly realised it was not actually real


Sounds like a great halloween party!
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#148  Postby Alexander1304 » Oct 31, 2015 4:27 pm

monkeyboy wrote:
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Because I got response only now.And I am guessing You are making sarcasm now :angel:

I'm guessing you've never heard of Gord before. It's like gospel to skeptics. If Gord says something, that's it, debate over.
Sarcasm? Me? No. It's not in my nature. Ask Gord.

I asked and another guy told it was sarcasm

Was the other guy Gord? If not, it just won't do. You're back to arriving at conclusions based on assumption.


Now Gord personally responded to me:


Yes, that was subtle mockery. I don't espouse the belief in parallel dimensions, but I do make fun of my mother and myself.
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#149  Postby monkeyboy » Oct 31, 2015 5:02 pm

Alexander1304 wrote:
monkeyboy wrote:
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I'm guessing you've never heard of Gord before. It's like gospel to skeptics. If Gord says something, that's it, debate over.
Sarcasm? Me? No. It's not in my nature. Ask Gord.

I asked and another guy told it was sarcasm

Was the other guy Gord? If not, it just won't do. You're back to arriving at conclusions based on assumption.


Now Gord personally responded to me:


Yes, that was subtle mockery. I don't espouse the belief in parallel dimensions, but I do make fun of my mother and myself.

Oh go on, you got me. Yes I was being sarcastic. See, told you Gord was the guy to check with. Seems he's no stranger to applying a little mockery to the subject himself, the scamp.
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#150  Postby hackenslash » Oct 31, 2015 5:42 pm

laklak wrote:I dreamed I saw Joe Hill last night.


But Gord reckons he's ten years dead.
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Re: Parallel Selves?

#151  Postby CdesignProponentsist » Oct 31, 2015 8:31 pm

Thomas Eshuis wrote:
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Thats 2 inches on my screen. Debunked.


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Re: Parallel Selves?

#152  Postby Tenacious Tubbs » Nov 04, 2015 1:39 pm

laklak wrote:I need to travel to the universe where I bought $10,000 of Microsoft in 1986 and sold it in 1999.


Sorry, in that universe Microsoft bombed. It was probably your fault :thumbup:
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