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April 30, 2009

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Michael Kozakewich

I once tried to type while sleeping, just to see what would turn up. It seems the keystrokes take too much effort, so I'll wake myself, but there's an interesting couple of seconds where reality breaks down, and I'll type something that I was seeing in my near-asleep state.

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