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Rikki Gins

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Re: Dreams
« Reply #60 on: November 17, 2020, 01:58:35 PM »
It was late at night, jet black out there at the gangster hideout.  I was standing by a tall, chain link fence, looking out through it but I couldn't see anything.  Mack, (or Mac?) the night watchman strolled out of his guard shack and asked if I could see anything and I said, "No."
"You look a little tired Mack," I said.  "How about a cup of coffee?"
The old watchman smiled and gave me a nod.  I went into a nearby building and got a cup of coffee out of a vending machine and took it out to poor old Mack, who was laying there on the pavement, dead.  Somebody out there in the darkness plugged him, I surmised.  Right then, the boss drove up in his big, black limousine and he told me to get in.  I climbed into the car but we didn't drive out of the outpost, no, he turned the car around and headed back to headquarters.  We pulled up to the curb and a super duper of a bad apple gangster walked up to the car and asked the boss if we were going to get revenge for Mack's slaying. 
"Let's fight!" I shouted out with an angry voice.
The hard core criminal leaned down to my window and gave me a nice 'That's the spirit' look. 
But the boss said "No."
He kind of threw water on our desire to get revenge, so I woke up.   

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Re: Dreams
« Reply #61 on: November 18, 2020, 07:51:15 AM »
It was late at night, jet black out there at the gangster hideout.  I was standing by a tall, chain link fence, looking out through it but I couldn't see anything.  Mack, (or Mac?) the night watchman strolled out of his guard shack and asked if I could see anything and I said, "No."
"You look a little tired Mack," I said.  "How about a cup of coffee?"
The old watchman smiled and gave me a nod.  I went into a nearby building and got a cup of coffee out of a vending machine and took it out to poor old Mack, who was laying there on the pavement, dead.  Somebody out there in the darkness plugged him, I surmised.  Right then, the boss drove up in his big, black limousine and he told me to get in.  I climbed into the car but we didn't drive out of the outpost, no, he turned the car around and headed back to headquarters.  We pulled up to the curb and a super duper of a bad apple gangster walked up to the car and asked the boss if we were going to get revenge for Mack's slaying. 
"Let's fight!" I shouted out with an angry voice.
The hard core criminal leaned down to my window and gave me a nice 'That's the spirit' look. 
But the boss said "No."
He kind of threw water on our desire to get revenge, so I woke up.
Never mind revenge, what about that cup of coffee?  Would the boss mind if you carried it into the limo?

And is there some way we can merge the two Dreams threads?

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Re: Dreams
« Reply #62 on: November 18, 2020, 02:55:38 PM »
Never mind revenge, what about that cup of coffee?  Would the boss mind if you carried it into the limo?

And is there some way we can merge the two Dreams threads?

That was a fun dream, very dark and film noir like.  That's why I described it like I did.  As far as the cup of coffee goes, I stopped dreaming about it once I spotted the watchman's body.  The dialogue in the dream was rather simple and I think that's why I was able to remember it upon awakening. 

I kind of gravitated to this thread because it is the older of the two.   

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Re: Dreams
« Reply #63 on: November 19, 2020, 11:07:58 AM »
That was a fun dream, very dark and film noir like.  That's why I described it like I did.  As far as the cup of coffee goes, I stopped dreaming about it once I spotted the watchman's body.
My question about the coffee was because I thought that would be funny.  You know, like someone watching that as a movie and then saying, "Never mind about the revenge, is the coffee still hot?"

But I guess after, "Leave the gun.  Take the cannoli," nothing like that is funny any more.