May. 20th, 2011 10:35 am
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Here's a riddle that came to me in a dream about a car club last night:
The more you use this, the more you have. What is it?

The answers will be screened until someone finds the answer I had in mind.
(I'll be interested to see if someone comes up with a different answer that works for the question)


I've unscreened the answers. You had lots of good answers, including a couple I weren't expecting, I've added my answer to the comments below (feel free to add your answer before you view the comments).
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Last night, I dreamed that I bought at auction a really interesting collective journal. It had diary entries, stories, and drawings from a bunch of well known artists. As I was waking up, I thought I should share this journal with my friends, but eventually I realized it was just a dream, so I couldn't do that. The next solution I came up with was to take photos of the journal pages, so I could preserve it. It took me a bit longer to realize the flaw in that plan.

(some how, I find it appropriate to be posting this to both Dreamwidth and LiveJournal)
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This morning I woke up from a dream with Garrison Kellor (of A Prairie Home Companion) narrating an episode of the TV show Leverage.

I think Garrison might have been also playing the Nathan Ford role.

Dream Food

Jul. 28th, 2009 10:56 am
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This morning I woke up from a dream about exploring a foreign city. The last thing I remember was a pastry shop that had yummy looking desserts. The strangest of them was a pan of brownies with donuts embedded in them.

Now I'm wondering if it would be possible to make the brownies without ending up with desiccated donuts?
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Part of last night's dream involved a computer AI controlling a CAD/CAM machine that used a 2D moving platform and free-ranging adolescent beavers to shape the wood.


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