In Part 20, I traveled back to Naples and found Rita, but I couldn’t interact with her. That’s when I discovered that I couldn’t interact with people I knew. And I figured that I’d better test that theory. As I was standing on the sidewalk in Naples contemplating this, my thoughts were interrupted by that familiar sound of Italian Polizia in their little Fiat cars with the LOUD sirens. I looked to my right and there they were … turning onto Rita’s street. Armed with experience, I chose the easy way out. I willed myself out of there and back to my room. Back home at something after 3 AM, there was nothing left to do except go to sleep.
The next morning, I was awakened by my brother who was yelling at me for not getting him out of his coat before he passed out. My response was for him to go take a shower since he stunk so bad. Later on I told him what happened. He suggested that we try and go somewhere together. However, I wanted to go try out my theories about what I could do in familiar territory with people I knew. But I figured his idea would be more fun since he had never read the necessary material, learned any of the things you need to know before trying an OBE, like being able to meditate, and I wanted to see how a newbie would react if they actually pulled this off. The problem was, he wanted to go to Prague, Czechoslovakia, where this girl lived that he knew from the language school back in Germany. I said, “You want to go to a country that’s behind the Iron Curtain and you don’t even know how to do this?” He said, “Yes.” Then he showed me a postcard of some fountain in some square in Prague that was down the street from where she lived. I agreed. Why not? What’s the worst thing that could happen?
So later that night, we waited until … wow … I’ve started a third paragraph. That’s just not allowed.
NEXT WEEK –Let’s go here … where?
This week’s blog has been brought to you by Kidd Blast – the band that put MAX on the map. During its heyday as the largest Rock & roll club in C’ville, the best act that we had coming into MAX was Kidd Blast, a high energy 80s R&R band. They don’t exist anymore (of course) but I did help open that club. MAX eventually turned to country when we opened up TRAX. I covered info about TRAX in Part 16 but neglected to say how I was involved with TRAX – I named the club, designed the logo, and booked the bands for the first 2 years of its existence. I also did all the artwork for the clubs promo. Those were the days.
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