Originally posted by Angelicdefender2012
And I am totally of sound mind as well...with a 152 IQ. So I am NOT crazy.
Originally posted by DreamerOracle
Very odd indeed but i'm not surprised, I remember waking up as a child and looking out of my bedroom window, I was greeted by a Tudor Village as opposed to the suburban sprall I lived in at the time. Seems to be a more common happenstance than we realise. I'd say dimensional...like being in your home going to your slightly different front door and greeting a neighbour, who just happens to be someone completely different and speaking in a foreign language in this case German, in a German Officers Uniform......Something is definitely strange and on the increase..........
Originally posted by DayKnightmare
FROM THE WIKIPEDIA REVIEW OF "the adjustment team" the book that made the movie
Sector T137 is scheduled for adjustment, and a Clerk is supervising a canine Summoner to ensure real estate salesman Ed Fletcher is inside Sector T137 during the process. An 8:15 bark to summon a Friend With A Car is needed. Unfortunately, the bark is a minute late, bringing an Insurance Salesman, causing Fletcher to leave for work late. Arriving at Sector T137 after it's been de-energized, Fletcher enters a terrifying gray ash world. Escaping white-robed men, he flees across the street back to the everyday energized world outside Sector T137, fearing he's had a psychotic episode.
The Clerk is brought to the top-level Administrative Chambers to explain what went wrong to the Old Man, who decides to personally deal with this unusual situation and orders Fletcher "brought up here." Complicating matters further, Fletcher has told his wife Ruth about the experience. With Ruth accompanying him for moral support, Fletcher returns to his workplace to prove he hasn't had a full psychotic breakdown or seen behind the fabric of reality as he still fears. Things seem normal at first, and Ruth leaves, but he soon realizes people and objects have subtly changed. Panic stricken, he runs to a public phone to warn the police, only to have the phone booth ascend heavenward with Fletcher inside.
"Meeting the Old Man, Fletcher first thinks he is dead, but is informed he's only visiting; that a correction was being made, it was a very serious error, he wasn't changed, and his revealing to others what he saw is a grave threat. "The natural process must be supplemented--adjusted here and there. Corrections must be made. We are fully licensed to make such corrections. Our adjustment teams perform vital work." In this instance, the adjustment is to bring about a chain of events that will lessen Soviet-Western Bloc war tension. Fletcher is allowed to return without being de-energized and adjusted, on the condition that he tell no one the truth he's learned, and convinces his wife that everything he's already told her was due to a temporary psychological fit.
On his return, Ruth catches him lying about where he spent the afternoon and demands he tell her the truth, while he tries to stall her long enough to come up with a story she'll believe. A bark is heard and a vacuum cleaner salesman rings the doorbell. While Ruth is distracted by the salesman's demonstration, Fletcher escapes to the bedroom, where he shakily lights a cigarette and gratefully looks up, saying, "Thanks. ... I think we'll make it – after all. Thanks a lot."edit on 17-2-2011 by DayKnightmare because: (no reason given)