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Originally posted by Lazarus Short
I looked at the time on my monitor after reading the OP, and saw that it was 3:12, so it must have been 3:11 while I was reading it.
Years ago, a bunch of family, including my double-cousin Richard and I, were sitting in the living room, watching "Maude." Don't ask why, I never cared for it. At some point Richard sat up, turned, and said, to the group, "I hate her!" In the very next second, Maude looked right at the camera, and said, "...AND I HATE YOU TOO!" Freaky things happen to us all.
Originally posted by esqONE
reply to post by JAGx1981
i think you just got used to looking at the clock at a certain time, nothing more. in my teens (havent tried in about 10 years) i could tell you what time it was without a clock and id be roughly 3 minutes within the real time for my guess. everytime.
you notice the clock because your mind is saying look at it. you have an internal clock that runs the same way.
just like i always look at the clock when its 12:34. doesnt mean anything. just became habit.
Originally posted by JAGx1981
I edited the post so no more '' reasons '' why it happens pops up. I have asked myself enough about it, and I know most people think they have the answer to it all, ( not trying to be rude) thats just how other people are.
Please, just looking for experiences from others, I'm already familiar with what everyone has stated. Thanksedit on 12-4-2011 by JAGx1981 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by inthemistandfog
The angel was located somewhere out of your vicinity, different room ?
What do you think are the chances that your sister played a prank on you, and she could do that with having that dust left on the angel ?
Or if you were daydreaming or such, and when you snapped back, you had this 'false' memory from there ?
Can't think of anything else. I guess you can keep on waiting a new one