What I learned in a dream this morning

If you’re living on the Moon and you’re approached by Gary Coleman who tries to teach you about the impermanence and flexibility of the rules of the visible world — very much like Laurence Fishburn’s character in The Matrix did for Keanu Reeves’ “Neo” — you should listen. Because if you listen carefully and practice making your body become intangible enough to sink into the moon’s dusty regolith, then when you’re suddenly pulled by a rope into the moon valley containing the giant, ravenous, 3-story-high white zombie gorilla which is composed, Voltron-like, of about 17 normal-sized white gorillas, then you stand a chance of keeping your wits about you long enough to fade into intangibility and escape being consumed.

Seriously.

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