Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Snoop Dog, the Motor Pool, and the Lady from the Electronics Store

So, what do Snoop Dog, a motor pool in Korea, cell phones, and the lady that ran a Lafayette Electronics store in my home town all have in common?

That's a tough one, huh?

Well, here's the missing piece of the puzzle that puts it all together: nachos.

Make sense now?


Let me explain.

I had a really odd dream last night. In my dream, I was still in the Army, and stationed in Korea. I assume Camp Hovey, where I spent a year back in the 1990s.

Things were operating like the motor pool in Korea. Only, one of the people in my unit were the lady that used to run the Lafayette Electronics store in my home town. In reality, she and her first husband (great fellow, who had a heart attack and died suddenly one day) ran the store. But for some reason, in my dream, she was in my unit.

The motor sergeant ... who wasn't either of the actual motor sergeants from my unit ... welcomed Calvin Broadus to the unit. Not as a member of the unit, but as a VIP. Yes, Snoop Dog was in da house! And on the cell phone the whole time.

I ended up driving him around in an M998 HMMWV.

Now, why was all this happening?

Remember the nachos?

Best I can figure, we ate a late supper last night. And we had nachos.

And I ate too much.

And I fell asleep on the couch. With the TV on.

I'm guessing that while I was asleep, different commercials came on related to the Army, Snoop Dog, and electronics. And the nachos didn't sit well.

Not sure that actually explains it all, but it'll do for now.

Only, the thing is, the Wife wanted to go to Moe's Southwest Grill for supper.

And, we're watching The Closer tonight.

I'm worried about what my dreams will be like tonight.


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