Ok, well as odd as all this sounds I completely agree with you. I haven't had a weird feeling of this magnitude since the first week of July,
The weirdness began with a phone call last night before bed. The phone rang, I answered, someone was there but said nothing. After about 10 seconds or
so they hung up.
At the time I was listening to streaming radio online, and the feed began to stall periodically. I noticed the feed would stall at the moment I would
divert my attention to something that I was reading. It would then come back only when I looked at the media player window.
This morning my phone alarm went off, and it usually beeps until I get up and cancel the alarm or hit snooze. This morning it went through 2 series of
beeps and stopped by itself.
I had set the clock radio alarm as well, just in case the phone's alarm didn't work. This morning the clock radio switched on to the Arabic news on
some channel I never listen to. I pushed every button on the clock to get it to turn off - it wouldn't. Then when I sat up, it turned itself off.
Later, I made my dogs breakfast. I put the food down and they wouldn't eat it (they never refuse food). I tried a bit of encouragement, and they
finally decided to have a little.
What's really weird is when they went to eat, they switched bowls
(which never happens). One has a blue plastic bowl, the other has a
stainless steel 2-part bowl, and they've always displayed a sort of ownership with their food bowl.
Then my boy dog started behaving like the girl dog usually does - he took some of the food in his mouth and ate it on the carpet around the corner.
He's never done that before in his life.
Then while having a coffee, I check CNN's website, and the top story states,
Condoleezza Rice says Russia is becoming irrelevant
.' It then hit me,
the US government actually wants things to get worse. Any normal & logical person that actually wants the world to get better would keep their
At that moment it really felt as though things took a turn for the worse. It was a very palpable feeling, moreso than mere worry. After that, the