Dream of: 14 April2007 "Complicated Bicycle"
I had gone to visit Jon (about 30 years old) who was living in the same house as his mother. He was happy to see me. As we talked, I picked up a curious object about 20 centimeters long. It was made of black metal and I finally concluded it was a little two-wheeled bicycle. I played with it a little. I could pull on it and expand it. It looked as if it would expand into a regular-sized bicycle if I would pull hard enough. I kept pulling until it was the size of a regular bicycle. I asked Jon about it and he began telling me about it. The bicycle was extremely fancy. It could be turned to move in every which direction. I asked him how much it was worth and he said, "$4,000." I was amazed. He suggested I should buy one like it.
I thought Jon also still had a little compact yellow car which he used to own, even though I knew he had also bought another better car. I told him the compact car was only worth $3,000-$4,000 and that I could buy his car for the price of the bicycle. He admitted I was correct, but he implied that the bicycle was very special.
As we talked, I realized Jon was filming us with a camera which he had set up. Apparently he was accustomed to film some conversations such as we were having. I reflected that perhaps I should be a little careful of what I was saying if he were gong to film it all.
As I looked at Jon, I thought he looked older and better than he used to. He reminded me a bit of the character Uncle Monty (played by Billy Connolly in the movie A Series of Unfortunate Events). I told him I thought he looked a lot better than he used to.
As we continued talking, he finally admitted the bicycle was so difficult and complicated, he was taking classes to figure out how to use it. He suggested I might want to buy a similar bicycle and also take classes. I thought taking classes might give me the opportunity to meet new women, but I didn't think I wanted to go that far just to meet women. I just knew I wasn't going to do that.
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