Stanley Francis Baconstrip had just finished reading the sentence, "The discoveries of modern science have no doubt given their own verdict of opposing alternatives - of either the Buddha or the bomb, for instance - and it is up to each of us to decide which path to follow," when the old tea kettle began its gurgling, pre-whistle throat clearing.
I've recently become disappointed that none of the biographies I read devote any significant amount of time to the dream lives of their subjects. Considering we spend approximately 1/3 of our lives asleep, and much of that dreaming, that adds up to a considerable chunk of time.
Who's Been In Your Dreams? Several months ago, I had a dream that I was having a telephone conversation with the very funny comedienne Amy Poehler, the details of which are documented in this entry's MP3. It got me thinking again about the people that populate our dreams: usually they're people we know, or occasionally … Continue reading dreams never end