I totally agree with you on Starfire Tor being irritating... I was cheering when that lady called in and said, "Sorry, I don't want to be mean, but
you seem rather condescending and full of yourself." Yay!
Anyhow, I recently had two time shifts (I've been reading a lot about this on ATS and other forums -- e.g., there's a long thread on "dimension
slips" on the Fortean Times forum -- and I probably wouldn't have noticed if I hadn't heard and read all this stuff.
1. I was meeting my German group (we meet once a month for coffee and cake and chatting; we take turns hosting those meetings), and K., in whose house
we were that time, had a new kitten. S., one of the women, was talking like she knew all about the cat, so I said, "How do you know all that?"
She replied, "But you know, I live here with K."
I had a totally surreal moment. I vividly remember when I met S. the first time, at a meeting at M.'s house. M. had just moved in there and wanted a
roommate to share the rent. She and S. sat next to each other when I came in, and M. said, "This is S., she is my roommate." M. said she had found
S. through a Craigslist ad, and I remember saying, "Wow, what are the odds -- putting an ad in there and finding a German!" M. agreed.
Now all of a sudden S. is K.'s roommate -- and, so she told me, always has been. Everyone else agreed. I didn't argue with them -- they would have
just thought I were crazy -- but I'm 100% sure that she was M.'s roommate when I met her.
2. On Turkey Day, my husband was making the dinner, as he always does. We were talking about the preps and he said he wanted to put the stuffing in
the turkey, "like I always do."
Now, I know for sure that last year we had a lenghty discussion about that. I was asking him last Thanksgiving if he didn't want to put the stuffing
in the turkey, and he said, "No, I NEVER put it in, I always cook it separately."
I thought the stuffing should be in there, but then read on the Internet that it's not advisable because of salmonella, etc. So I said he was right
and we shouldn't put it in.
So, THIS year we had the exact opposite conversation -- all of a sudden HE wanted to put the stuffing in and said he had ALWAYS done it that way.
So, either I am going crazy or I'm really experiencing timeline shifts/dimension slips here. It's just completely surreal when it happens, because
you can't reconcile "reality" with what you remember. And it seems these things are starting to happen more frequently now. Before, I had one or
two incidents like that, but in intervals of several years.
Something definitely seems to be happening... we sure live in interesting times.