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(RamblingBeachCat.com)   Man arrested for calling 911 twice to say that his dreams were happening in the real world; rumors that the arresting officer's name was 'Agent Smith' still unconfirmed   (ramblingbeachcat.com) divider line 37
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2012-09-06 04:23:40 AM
If my dreams were happening in the real world, I wouldn't be calling the police.
 
2012-09-06 04:25:11 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: If my dreams were happening in the real world, I wouldn't be calling the police.


You would if you were dreaming about calling the police.
 
2012-09-06 04:26:51 AM

Oznog: AverageAmericanGuy: If my dreams were happening in the real world, I wouldn't be calling the police.

You would if you were dreaming about calling the police.


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2012-09-06 04:27:34 AM
Thread over.
 
2012-09-06 04:28:16 AM
go figure
 
2012-09-06 04:34:33 AM
Oznog

Mind. Blown.
 
2012-09-06 04:35:52 AM
All I ever dream about is being socially awkward and unnecessarily opinionated.

/Uh oh....
 
2012-09-06 04:37:06 AM
gifs.gifbin.com
 
2012-09-06 04:45:02 AM
I remember a very real dream I had when I was younger that involved Cindy Crawford.

The only thing that actually ended up being real at all was the laundry that had to be done that morning.
 
2012-09-06 04:45:33 AM
poor kid is having deja vous of the day he can actually grow a goatee.
 
2012-09-06 04:50:42 AM
There is no phone. and you have no mouth.
 
2012-09-06 04:54:17 AM
Also arrested after telling people about his dreams happening in real life:

www.eyetheticker.com

//HOTLINKED!
 
2012-09-06 05:00:19 AM
I have night terrors five nights out of seven, so I'm getting a kick...
 
2012-09-06 05:50:31 AM
Dreams you say?

www.onemetal.com
 
2012-09-06 06:56:39 AM
I actually had to work with an Agent Smith and an Agent Jones once.

I gave them a bit of grief over it considering who they worked for. What, your bosses can't make up anything better?
 
2012-09-06 06:58:11 AM
He should have called the dream police, they live inside of his head
 
2012-09-06 08:26:16 AM
I remember having the "vivid" dreams you get when you stop taking antidepressants. I used to skip doses just to get those freakish, epic dreams. Dreams so realistic that it takes you a while to recognize that you were dreaming and now you're awake...

So, I'm laying in bed one morning and the alarm clock rings. I'm dead tired because I've spent all night drifting around as a spirit, possessing bodies and doing all sorts of nastiness and ultra-violence with them. What a blast. Well, I figure the boss won't notice if I just pop back out of my body and send it to work without me -- at worst she'll ask me why I was so moody and quiet today.

Fine, let's do this. Frustratingly, It just wasn't working as smoothly as it was a while ago, like I'd forgotten the trick. That kinda put me into a sweat. It would really suck if I forgot the trick, because last night was farking awesome and I've already got some depraved shiat on the docket for tonight. So I lay there twisting my neck and grunting, trying to pop back out of this miserable sack of protoplasm...

It took so long to figure out it had all been a dream that I ended up late for work.
 
2012-09-06 08:32:18 AM

brerrabbit: I actually had to work with an Agent Smith and an Agent Jones once.

I gave them a bit of grief over it considering who they worked for. What, your bosses can't make up anything better?


They let you remember?
 
2012-09-06 08:39:09 AM
people with mental illness should be treated, not arrested
 
2012-09-06 09:01:53 AM

Aeon Rising: people with mental illness should be treated, not arrested


Came her for this.
 
2012-09-06 09:08:23 AM
Not that "Lathe of Heaven" guy again!
 
2012-09-06 09:25:56 AM

carrion_luggage: Lathe


Damn straight. "Matrix," my ass, this is straight up Le Guin.
 
2012-09-06 09:46:48 AM
Came to make The Lathe of Heaven references, but I see someone beat me to it.
 
2012-09-06 10:30:50 AM
CSB Time! Some years ago I had a similar experience. I never called the cops (who would believe you?), but I did tell my folks about it before it happened.

I had a vivid dream, the same dream, 3 nights in a row. I was not on any medication or anything else at the time.
In my dream I was in a large room full of tables with computers on them and a number of people were there. I was able to see their faces clearly, and I heard one of them call a girl named "Sabrina" over to his table. In the dream I was sitting at one of the computers at the end of the room, next to a large whiteboard. The dream then shifted and I felt like some time had passed (no way to determine how much) and I was sitting in the same spot in the same room. I immediately felt that something was very wrong, and I saw a group of people restraining another who was yelling threats at someone. It was at this point that I woke up all 3 times.

Six months later I started at a Tech School, in their computer class /MCSA/security + course. When I showed up for my first day I was thinking "self, there is something familiar about this room and these people..." but I just shrugged it off as momentary deja vu. The teacher assigned us all seats, including mine- at a table next to a whiteboard. As soon as I sat down I remembered the dream in it's entirety. Feeling a little sick I turned to the girl sitting the next table over (the only girl in our class for the next 6 months) and said "Is your name Sabrina?" She looked at me quizzically and said "ummm... Yes?" "oh. I thought so" I said. I refused to offer any explanation for why I knew her name and pretty much kept to myself for a while.

At the end of our second semester one of the students went crazy due to a (true) accusation involving his hacking another student's PC and harassing him. He attacked the teacher and the student who reported him, having to be restrained by several of the students while he yelled threats at all of us. He nearly broke free and managed to sock a guy in the face and send his glasses flying across the room where they hit the back of my computer monitor. The student got escorted off of the school campus and was eventually expelled for his behavior and poor grades.

I never have been able to explain the premonition I had. It certainly flies in the face of any scientific explanation I have tried to find. Anyway, CSB out.
 
2012-09-06 11:32:39 AM
911 Operator: Sir, we don't need you to keep dreaming that...
 
2012-09-06 11:35:51 AM
"The man in question, 'Mr. Orr', was remanded to the custody of his oneirologist, Dr. William Faber."
 
2012-09-06 12:46:35 PM
Why is he being arrested? Delusions, paranoia and impaired judgement are definitely a signal that something is medically wrong with you. And he was clearly not in a state to drive himself to a hospital. This seems like exactly the kind of thing one SHOULD call 911 for. If anything the dispatcher taking his call should be reprimanded for not responding correctly to a medical emergency.
 
2012-09-06 12:48:25 PM

angrymonday: Aeon Rising: people with mental illness should be treated, not arrested

Came her for this.


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2012-09-06 12:53:56 PM

Moonlightfox: Why is he being arrested? Delusions, paranoia and impaired judgement are definitely a signal that something is medically wrong with you. And he was clearly not in a state to drive himself to a hospital. This seems like exactly the kind of thing one SHOULD call 911 for. If anything the dispatcher taking his call should be reprimanded for not responding correctly to a medical emergency.


i once called medical 911 to tell them i was suicidal and was gonna smoke a WHOLE PACK OF CIGARETTES in one setting. they baker acted me. surely this guy is worse off, then smoking a WHOLE PACK OF NEWPORTS
 
2012-09-06 02:14:20 PM
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2012-09-06 03:17:39 PM

HenryFnord: He should have called the dream police, they live inside of his head


They'd still come to him in his bed and arrest him.
 
2012-09-06 05:18:11 PM

washington-babylon: CSB Time! ...


Amazing story. I used to have these premonition dreams quite a bit when I was a kid. Usually about something significant like moving to another city. Some of the dreams would be about my life as an adult, talking about grown up stuff I didn't understand or being in university class - I'd wake up all puzzled and wondering why I had dreamed about being older and hanging out with old farts. Then years later I'd have the intense world-tilting deja-vu and realize I was living a dream that had made such an impact on me as a child.

It still happens every once in awhile, but not as frequently. And its alway boring mundane shiat now instead of AWESOME dreams like flying or farking Brad Pitt.
 
2012-09-06 05:23:59 PM
He was probably calling desperately for protection from this guy:

mkgaming.com
 
2012-09-06 06:00:10 PM
I'll give you the number of the Dream Police, Ma'am.
 
2012-09-07 02:53:50 AM

robohobo: I have night terrors five nights out of seven, so I'm getting a kick...


I have this dream every night that my heart has stopped working. Then I see a white light, and then what sounds like a bomb going off in my head, and I wake up and my heart is beating a thousand times a minute.

Kinda creepy

/ cool story bro
 
2012-09-07 07:57:34 AM
another victory for the american justice system.
 
2012-09-07 07:02:02 PM
Um whut?
 
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