The Dream

A Dream

PROLOGUE: It was a happy day. A day to rejoice for the whole world. People beyond borders, for there were no borders anymore. No walls existed as was in days before. It was a global event. It was the beginning to of the end of all the bad that existed all around. It was the dawn of …

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And then, He Spoke

Yes, it's me. You seem surprised. No, You're not Dreaming, you're not hallucinating. It's me, you know me. Don't pretend you don't. You didn't imagine me into existence. I was always here, but you know that don't you. They told you I wasn't real. You wanted to believe that. You wanted it to be true …

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“…death is listening, and will take the first man that screams.”

Clintington on Film

My dad, like many people, loved the Mel Gibson of the early 80s.

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He was energetic, showed great charisma, and seemed to enjoy the material that he chose to perform in regardless of its worth/popularity.

Enter “Mad Max.”  These were some of the first films I remember my dad renting after we got our VCR.  I didn’t really get to see “Mad Max” or “Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.”  I recall flashes of sounds and pictures as I walked through the room to go outside as I was not allowed to watch those movies yet.  There were a lot of people in black leather, driving large vehicles, explosions, car chases, and “traffic accidents” of an interstate-pile-up-persuasion.  That is just from brief glimpses, on a walk-through or two…(okay 6).

A few years after the release, my dad rented “Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome” and…

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