Friziday Night

Posted by Thomas Sat, 29 Apr 2006 01:41:25 +0000

The past couple of nights, I’ve had a few dreams whose memory lingered into waking. I seem to recall a dream about meeting some girl who was wearing an A&M Consol t-shirt, who went to TAMU, and had moved to GA. We talked and she gave me her number, date suggestions, and date and time suggestions for a date… Interesting, I know… The other two involved me being in a “Dawn of the Dead”-type zombie senario, and the other involved me being in an action/constant car chase senario. I’m trying to remember when exactly these dreams occurred, but I’m having some issues remembering exactly how long I’ve been trying to remember to write this post. I think that it’s only been either a day or two. Which is somewhat bothersome, but eh… But I think that I did have a pretty good night’s sleep last night, probably due to lots of work at work and crashing hard; which the heavy sleep made me not really want to get up this morning.

I, too, seem to recall some fond memories of “Crazy”… I’m not sure why, but I really like that song. I can listen to it on a loop for quite some time, for reasons I do not comprehend. One might consider it to be one of my favorite songs, but generally I don’t have too many “favorite” things. Perhaps it’s due to some instinct not to label things so firmly, as most stuff in life is in a constant state of flux.

For example, I would consider most people that I have more than a casual acquantance with to be friends, such as almost everyone at work, but as has been pointed out to me recently, some people have a very distinct line between those people who you simply interact with on a certain level at work, and those who you interact with on another, beyond work level. Which I personally think is odd, to label all of these people so firmly, but maybe that’s just me. I guess that I figured that I know that I’m supposed to love everybody and that anybody who’s name that I knew would pretty much automatically be called a friend. Don’t really have any enemies. Hate to just put a label of “co-worker” onto someone just because, and treat them like some second class citizen… But, I really don’t want any comments on this, because I think that the whole premise is stupid, and I’ve wasted enough of everyone’s time on it already.

Posted in General, Women | 3 Comments


  1. bigbrother0074 said on April 29, 2006 @ 3:06 pm:

    you’re silly, i can’t believe you didn’t see this before. its so obvious. you’re a google man. think about gmail: all your mail is archived together and not sorted into folders. you’re “all mail” is like everybody you know. you don’t sort them into separate folders, they’re ALL friends. but you can apply labels to them to delineate them. like some of your emails (friends) are tagged co-workers, etc etc etc. thomas, i can’t believe you didnt see this before.

    i’ve probably been archived :(

  2. Chad said on April 29, 2006 @ 10:28 pm:

    Certainly with friends we are not dealing with a clear deliniation, but more like a continuum. On one side there are people you don’t even know and on the opposite are your closest friends. In the middle are people you have various levels of interaction with. Where you decide to draw the friend line is somewhat arbitrary. There are certainly no uncontroversial criteria for demarcation. Also, I wish women were really like that girl in your dream. That would be awesome.

  3. bigbrother0074 said on April 30, 2006 @ 1:49 am:

    i am not able to understand chad’s theory. there is not an email analogy that will work for it. i’m so lost. ….help me…………………………..

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