Wednesday, May 19

"I've been to the future," he says.

"Oh, yeah?" we say, "what's it like?"

"Well, I just woke up, and I knew I was in the future, like several hundred years from now, but I was in some third world country. Like somewhere in South America. So their technology wasn't too impressive. I saw their cars, and you know, nothing special. They were all future-looking, but they didn't fly." He shrugs his shoulders. "I didn't really get to see anything really cool. Like if I had been to some big city."

And that was pretty much the end of the conversation. I don't know whether to believe him or not. He said it like he meant it.

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