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Right, as in Correctly (1990)

I heard that if you die in a dream, you’re actually dead. I keep waking up.

I also heard that Hitler was a vegetarian. Personally, I couldn’t kill fourteen million people, only manage fourteen, and at least half of those would have to deserve it.

I now make a point of obtaining as many credit cards as possible so when I’m done living, I can have a real dynamic last six months.

“Dynamic” is a power word, “Capital” seems to be another.

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About Being Stabbed in the Forehead (1990)

His Part:

I’m lying in bed and my wife is stabbing me in the forehead. My skull is hard and bony so she uses a rigid dagger and a mallet to chisel it through. This is a peculiar way to die but I am coming to grips with it. I figure it’s good to accept and come to grips with things, so I am focusing and channeling my energy.

I yelled at first but now I am into steps three and four, repression and denial. I don’t think I’ll make it to overt anguish, I hope not anyhow.

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