Monday, December 10, 2007
I lived in a house with others as part of a reality show. One guy (Danny Bonaducci?) constantly acted like an idiot. At one point the producers build a tall, black, antenna-like tower near the house. It had an attachment toward the top. The idiot guy climbed it & tried to tear it down. He was yanking on the attachment & yelling. Nothing was breaking & we all just wished he'd just shut up & come down. Eventually he leapt to one side. He flew a considerable distance, over to some trees at least 100 yards away. He fell down through the trees. Regardless of the distance, we could hear his cries of pain as he crashed helplessly from branch to branch on his way down. He landed on a concrete pad at the bottom with a thud & laid there, unmoving. We knew he was only hurt & not dead, but no one went to help him & we all hoped he might have learned a lesson. We went back into the house. I watched birds outside through the back door. A male housemate was trying to paint over a mural on a wall in 2 rooms. Soon he decided to leave the mural, but to paint out the border, instead. He was having a hard time when it should have been easy. Someone came & pointed out that what made the mural interesting was that it was done in translucent paints. Later I went downtown at night. I ended up in a line at a store's cash register. 3 different sports logo garden flags were nearby. Someone took one. A man came to get me. I made him stop so I could look at the flags.
Posted by Lana Gramlich at 9:51 PM