Date: Wed. 11/17/10
Food: Fried Fish con arroz y frijoles negros.
Sleep Time: 9:30
Woke up: 6:55
I suspect my stomach will hurt when I wake up, due to the fact that I am going to bed so soon after eating. but I think I might have a crazy dream.
It started off in the 60s at a premier of an Elvira movie people schmoozing I went to lay down in this bad in the back. Elvira and this other guy that looked like Blackula, layed down and Elvira started showing her tits to a group of people around the bed and they were filming. It was like some kind of weird burlesque. I fell asleep. I woke up, Elvira was naked beside me with Blackula. then i walked outside and met some guys that were friends of a friend. We drove to Staten Island to go see someone I told them about what happened before. While we drove there. Staten Island looked like some bombed out Escape from New York shit. Except it was like a graff writer’s heaven. Nothing but huge concrete slabs of what looked like old buildings with tons of pieces lining them. Some of the guys looked at them and admired them with me, but it quickly became canvases and yuppies sitting in nice little chairs painting bullshit paintings. and it no longer looked bombed out, but sunny and bright. Then i wasn't in the car any more but it looked like a high school art room, with a bunch of hipsters drawing with shitty markers. I found these weird markers that dripped gobs of thick paint. So I started using them and painted weird demon faces. There were about 6 guys in the car and 3 or 4 of them were drawing with me, while some of the other guys talked about something with some of the people there. I walked out of the room and I was in a room that looked like Mythbusters and I was there with my brother and a couple old guys that I felt I met before. We were trying to design a machine that would let us see something small on a bigger screen, kind of like a microscope that had a TV on it. But it just looked like an over heard projector in my mind. I developed this is thing that stood like a movable chalkboard but contained mirrors that magnified what you slid in on the bottom right and showed on a TV screen on the top left. The guy who was running the project then said, “now what would this look like if it was made for modern times.” I figured it would look like a slide viewer. You slide whatever you want to see in the bottom and its magnified on a screen for you to view. Then I woke up.