Walking in Balboa Park, here in San Diego, I always see beautiful parrots that have been rescued by the San Diego Parrot Education Society. Some of these birds have been smuggled in from South America and then neglected and found by the Parrot Education Society. It’s the best part of my walk in the park when I see these recovering birds.
I was in this aquarium store looking at the fish and for some reason, there were also bunny rabbits there. A guy came up to me and said he wanted me to obtain the rights to the Kellogg’s rooster song. I told my Hispanic associate to negotiate his fee and the guy who wanted the Kellogg’s song thought it was too expensive. My Hispanic associate then went to another client and then the dream ended.
The only explanation for this dream that I can think of is that at UCLA, in real life for my graduate work, I was an assistant to an entertainment lawyer and thought of that as a possible profession for myself at the time, but it seemed to shut down my creativity. Every fictional person or idea I came up with had to be researched to prevent a potential lawsuit so it was inhibiting.
I also saw a lawyer on the Colbert Report last night, which I watch often since I’m a big fan of his show and the Daily Show. So that might have triggered this dream. Also, since I live on a river, a crazy screaming bird and a bullfrog have been keeping me awake at night, so that might be seen as the rooster song and my unconscious has probably woven all of these elements together, so this could be the unusual aquarium in the dream. I am also considering learning Spanish this year, hence the Hispanic assistant.
Want to hear your favorite song? Just press the microphone icon on your Android’s search bar or keyboard. When the screen says “Speak Now” start singing! Google will match Youtubes for it and you can even choose which version you want to play. This will be even more fun since Google voice search is coming to desktops and laptops soon! I tried it with “The Scientist” by Coldplay and Bo Diddley and it worked with both my Android devices! It will probably also expand because Google is starting a streaming music service soon.
A secret high tech accessory will be revealed to the world for the first time tonight at Tennessee and Jordan’s art exhibit, which is part of Guy Lombardo’s 57 Degrees Art Show,featuring music by Mantis and a fantastic light show by Kinetic Collage. Tennessee’s art, though mainly abstract, colorful and playful, has now become wearable art, featuring custom designer clothes, handbags, and bracelets. The newest addition is an innovation that will compliment the hottest gadget that will be released by major cellphone companies in the neat future, the smartwatch. Jordan saw Tennessee painting on bracelets while he watched news reports of smartwatches soon to be available to the world from Apple, Pebble and Samsung. All of the watchbands seemed to be so dull. So he thought that many people would enjoy having a more colorful smartwatchband instead. He asked her to create a few prototypes and these are featured in tonight’s art show at 6:30pm @ the 57 Degrees Winebar,1735 Hancock Street, San Diego, CA 92101. He noticed how there are many colorful cellphone cases at stores, but most watchbands, including smartwatchbands are not very exciting. So why not jazz them up? Admission is free. Art, ArtsymartWatchbands,and drinks are available for purchase. Your “Artsy SmartWatchbands” can be used as a bracelet until the smartwatches are available at your major cellphone careers around the world. At that time, Tennessee will attach your smartwatch at no additional cost. Jordan has also named many of the paintings including one about fracking titled, “What the Frack?” , “Would You Like Flies With Your Horsemeat?” and many others. Come to the event, see many other artists creations and star in a YOUtopiamedia video tonight!
We were all at the Grand Canyon. It was beautiful and my teacher was giving a guided tour. I saw Donovan, that” Mellow Yellow” fellow, and I asked him what he was doing there, but instead of talking,he just played the Japanese flute. It sounded really cool and mellow, and when he played, I felt pleasantly surprised. Then the dream ended. it was great to have a pleasant dreams after having so many nightmares!