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To Sleep, Perchance to Dream

Why can't I fall asleep like a normal person? Auuuuuugh.

Posted February 14, 2003 2:28 AM | On This Day: 2007 2005 2004



First of all, who's sleeping.....
Second, Who WANT'S to be normal?

This is gotta be some sort of magnetic field changes. I can't sleep either. Last two weeks were horrible. I am waking up in the middle of the night with no apparent reason.

I'd have to agree. Two weeks ago, I was a well rested sleep machine. The past two weeks, nothing. 4 or 5 hours a night at best. If this makes you feel better, I've been called normal more than I'd like. So you could be normal. Pray you're not. It's not all it's cracked up to be.

Waking life is a dream controlled.
George Santayana

it's the fucking war... also, can you return that roll of duc tape I lent you 3 years ago? I could really use it about now.

-MK Ultra

"Not your mamas mind control..."

Oh Lordy, let's hope these incoming weapons of mass destruction will know they're not permitted to harm us if we've taped down our windows and doors.

Why do we permit the President to make war when the Constitution quite clearly reserves that right to the Congress?

James Madison stipulated that the president may not declare war ... and Madison knew what he was talking about since he wrote most of the Constitution.

In 1795 Madison wrote:

"The Constitution expressly and exclusively vests in the Legislature the power of declaring a state of war and the power of raising armies.

"A delegation of such powers [to the executive office] would have struck, not only at the fabric of our Constitution, but at the foundation of all well organized and well checked governments."

"The separation of the power of declaring war from that of conducting it, is wisely contrived to exclude the danger of its being declared for the sake of its being conducted."

Speaking of war...