posted on May, 11 2014 @ 06:14 PM
So a few years ago I was in this laundry mat. I was using one of the two pay-per-minute computers that were available there for the public while I
waited for my clothes to wash. I was having a hard time with someone over the internet who sent me some pretty nasty messages in reference to personal
matters that I won't mention the details of here. Well, what I had read in the private message sent me into a rage. I'm not the most excitable of
people either, in fact, I'm normally fairly calm and agreeable. I was pissed to say the least. So much so that I pointed my finger at the screen with
fury and snapped my sharp tongue at the screen with some harsh growling words that would have seen appropriate coming off the lips of a monster.
Others in the laundry mat, mostly Mexican, saw me get all riled up. The thing is, at the very moment I went mad and pointed at the screen, the
computer went zap, the monitor went black. The whole computer system shut down. Both computers. But that wasn't all, either.
Next to the two pay-per-minute computers were two arcade machines. The one on the left was a 4-in-1 arcade with various dated games from the early
1990s. The second machine was Galactica. So. I went out for a smoke, cooling down from the fit I'd had and thought about the computer shutting down.
I was like, "Really, do I have super mind power now?" It was a trip. When I was done with my cigarette I went back inside then eventually found my
way to the Galactica arcade machine. I put a quarter in then started to play. Well, as I would play the game that only consists of a joystick and a
button (move and shoot) when the action would get intense I would sort of lean my head at the screen as if getting closer to the screen would improve
my playing. (natural reaction) Everytime I would do that the image on the screen would warp into itself, like the gamescreen sort of shrunk for a
second. It was like the screen would zoom out a notch and warp.
Those aren't the only anomalies that I've experienced with electronics and my apparent ability to affect them with my brain (and a little bit of
exertion of energy) but that was the one incident I've had that pretty much overshadows them all.
Anyone got any ideas about this?