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Originally posted by orionthehunter
I sometimes think it is one time because I often look at my clock when I wake up. The other day I had to double check everything because it seemed like I suddenly gained an hour. I figured I must have not looked at the clock correctly after waking up and was a bit drowsy. The other thing I was checking on was if one of my digital clocks somehow reset back an hour due to something associated with daylight saving time. I figured I must have seen the time wrong when I woke up. Yesterday I woke up my normal time and somehow arrived at work 10 minutes later than normal. Ten minutes isn't that long so I figured I must have lost the time here and there since I did do a couple of non routine tasks.
The really latest strange thing was that last Friday my work computer required me to change two different passwords. I messed up one and had to call and have the IT dept reset one of them. I wrote down the new passwords. I complained to someone nearby about how annoying it is to have to keep changing passwords especially on a Friday. Monday morning I forgot and used my old password. It worked. The new password did not. I'm thinking what the heck? I even saw the old message saying I would need to change my password soon.
I just figured something must have happened again or I slipped into yet another slightly different reality. I'm about ready to give up trying to figure out all these little differences from one day to another with people and things. I've noticed other things suddenly changing for no apparent reason. It can drive you crazy if you spend too much time trying to figure out if something is wrong.edit on 15/11/12 by orionthehunter because: (no reason given)
I'm wondering if one of these times I'm going to remember major world events happening before they happened in the reality I find myself in. Now that could prove useful, maybe.edit on 15/11/12 by orionthehunter because: (no reason given)