In my early 20s I experimented with lucid dreaming where you try to set up the dream in advance. I never had much success.
Different thing, but two or three times I've woken up to go for a pee, come back to bed and thought "I liked that dream" and been able to go back into it. That was cool.
My subconscious is, perhaps unsurprisingly, a total arsehole.
Yeah, not cool, Emma's subconscious.
I have never, ever had the Flying Dream. Starting to wonder if that’s unusual.
I don't know. I'm quite surprised by how many people have something similar to mine.
Do y'all have the remembered-as-real thing?
and then realising what your subconscious was getting at
Yes. For me it's not like it happens often – like most people, I generally forget my dreams on waking – but when it does it's "Oh, right. I see what you're saying there."
Have they updated their website RB? I see it saying it will be in the tens of thousands
No, their graphic still punts for "??,000 to ???,000". Helpful approximation, innit?
This is a catastrophe, I am actually surprised there are not more homeless people in Auckland, really surprised. And unless you have a stable job and income and references, there is NO place to rent!
In South Auckland in particular, overcrowded houses are becoming the norm. I was talking to our Media Take researcher and he said he knew of a house where 29 people are living.
Does anyone know what the list of specific chemicals are ; the nasty ones that can permeate houses to make them uninhabitable?
Have a look at the detailed Ministry of Health guidelines linked in the original post.
No chance he has a secret ‘math lab’ in the basement then?
The car I drive is the only 100% electric taxi in the country at this stage (there is a private hire/charter Leaf on Waiheke too) so our running costs are only about $8 a day, compared to $40 – $60 fo the big cars,
Gee, that’s fascinating.
What’s the obstacle to more drivers going electric? Vehicle cost? They just don’t know it’s an option?
And another Machiavellian thought on the housing crisis/bubble: how easy would it be to introduce P and cocaine to Auckland’s hyperclasses? Then sit back and watch the evictions in the leafy areas.
Oh, that crowd went through the P thing years ago. No one ever tests stately villas for meth.
NB: Not joking. That happened.