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Bear Necessity
[06/20/04 - Father's Day]
In my dreams I was a cast member for an historical reality series, and a time came when a bear had to be killed. The killing wasn’t in defense of hearth and home from a marauding beast. The animal was a friend, particularly of me, and it was decided that the task fell to me. I was given a large club and sent into the cabin where the bear was being kept.

When I entered, the bear lumbered over to me, and I did my best to offer soothing words and beg forgiveness for what I had to do. I knew the club wouldn’t work and decided to use my bare hands and break his neck. And of course, I fucked up, but there was no going back. As I worked frantically to finish the work, the animal suffered needlessly and I started screaming over the horrible thing I had been forced to do. The bear was a friend. I didn’t want to kill him. I didn’t want to hurt him like I did.

Of course, this is about the time when I woke up. My whole day yesterday just felt off.
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From: ex_cayetana730 Date: June 21st, 2004 07:27 am (UTC) (Link)
Don't know if you've thought about it, but

The bear is probably an aspect of you.
(one of my skills is dream interpretation. If you have any questions about the dream, email me.)
komos From: komos Date: June 21st, 2004 07:37 am (UTC) (Link)
I did, and it just makes the whole thing seem that much more reprehensible. I'd love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to email me or just drop them here.
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komos From: komos Date: June 21st, 2004 02:06 pm (UTC) (Link)
Or you might have seen the Disney ad that's been playing incessantly about getting a week's stay by only paying for FIVE NIGHTS! I know I can't believe it.
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komos From: komos Date: June 22nd, 2004 09:40 am (UTC) (Link)
How can you not adore dancing bears?

'Course, I resemble nothing so closely as a dancing bear - well, minus the tutu and the pointy hat - so I may be biased here.
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