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To sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub

Clive Maxfield
1/25/2013 05:48 PM EST

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   2/7/2013 10:10:45 PM
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This is a not-uncommon theme in horror films -- but it's strange when it happens to you...

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HereBeDragons   2/4/2013 3:16:56 AM
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Interesting phenomenon. I sometimes dream that I am asleep. And once, I remember I dreamt I was asleep, and in my dream sleep, I had a dream!. I was somewhat confused when I had to wake up twice and figure out whether I was still dreaming. Confused?

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Max The Magnificent   1/28/2013 8:23:39 PM
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That would be very handy, because there simply aren't enough hours in the day :-)

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Max The Magnificent   1/28/2013 8:23:08 PM
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Thanks Brian -- I'm back to full throttle :-)

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David Ashton   1/27/2013 4:10:34 AM
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If you can just perfect the art of dreaming you're asleep, Max, you could probably get away with 4 hours a night instead of 8!

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BrianBailey   1/26/2013 1:05:27 AM
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I am just glad you are recovering and I know you will be back to your chipper state in no time!

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