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UER Forum > Journal Index > Fubster's dream log > Stolen Cop Car - 10/25/04 (Viewed 1796 times)
Stolen Cop Car - 10/25/04
entry by Fubster 
11/23/2004 3:10 AM

This dream took place in the Gulfport Art District, near the beach. If you've never been there, imagine a small version of Key West. If you've never been there, go.

In the dream, the beach was bigger, the galleries were big, with two stories, and dim neon lights in the window. Again, I don't remember a lot of it, but I know I was extremely fed up with something. Probably school. So, my brother, a friend and I decided to steal three unmarked police cars. I didn't get very far, because I drove slowly and took a long time turning. An officer in a beige uniform rushed the driver side door (which was on the right) with a gun. I started to get angry, and was telling him that there was no need for a gun. I was extremely frustrated at this point. When I got back to the sidewalk in from of the beach (which is where I started), my brother and friend were already there. Apparenty, they had gotten farther than I did. They said things like "Well, we were in stolen cop cars. We weren't going to stick around..". I woke up from this dream at 5:30 am. It was not a very restful night.


[last edit 11/26/2004 3:38 AM by Fubster - edited 1 times]
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