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Please share any personal "glitches" you've experiened in your simulation of life. Here's mine:
I wrote this experience I had in this thread:

Thread: All the evidence points to one conclusion. We're living a life of illusion. Yes ladies and gentlemen, WE LIVE IN A SIMULATION. (Page 7)

Though I thought I would make a new thread because I would love to hear any unexplained glitches/experiences (call it what you like) that you've had in your lifetime and maybe we can share each other's stories to get a good perspective on what this life really is (I think it is a simulation btw).

Anyway, Here is my experience:

When I was going to university back a few years ago, I had a falling-out of sorts with one of my friends from back home when he came and stayed with me for a weekend. Nothing really serious, but one night after a trip together to the cinemas he became belligerent out of the blue. Needless to say those were some shitty vibes.

Anyhow, after that I decided the relationship wasn't really worth continuing since I had never found him that enjoyable to begin with. Fast forward about a month and I'm getting ready to drive basically the entire length of South Australia and back in a single day for reasons best left to the imagination with three of my friends. The night before the trip, I have a very vivid dream about seeing the friend who I had fallen out with on the beach with a guitar, and I remember distinctly that it was night-time, bright moonlight was illuminating the scenery. Btw he did not play guitar.

After a full-day of driving the next day, we finally got back to my uni dorm at maybe 2 AM or so. For some weird reason all four of us seemed to have trouble falling asleep so we decided to walk down some random paths on campus for about 30 minutes and then finally come to a nice spot to sit and look out over the beach. We do so for about 30 seconds, and then I see him. Playing a guitar (he doesn't play guitar) at around 3 AM in a random spot that I felt compelled to go to on the beach 300 miles from where he lives and in an area that I knew he was entirely unfamiliar with. The exact scenario that I had dreamed about with the exact same people in the exact same location at the exact same time and the exact same prop that made no fucking sense at all. I had discussed this dream with my 3 friends in the car earlier in the day and they all verified that this is exactly what I had said.

I assumed he was a hallucination. I prayed that he was a hallucination. He was not a hallucination. He climbed the stairs up the cliff and came up to us with an enigmatic and altogether eerie expression on his face. All I could say to him was, "WHY ARE YOU HERE? NO, REALLY, WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU HERE?!?" which, admittedly, wasn't very polite on my part. But I couldn't help it. The world was literally collapsing around me. Full-blown solipsist no-one-exists-but-you-it's-all-in-your-head-and-if-you-stop-b​elieving-in-the-world-it-will-disappear-into-nothingness-fore​ver psychosis was right around the corner and I was rapidly becoming unfit to be out in public. I couldn't stay to figure all of this out, I had to get back to my dorm and succumb to infinity for awhile before I wound up in the hospital or jail. There were some serious philosophical challenges that needed to be worked out before I could be "okay" again. The next twelve or so hours changed me profoundly.

After that, I never really talked to him again. I saw him once in a crowded shopping centre and nodded to him from afar, but he was working and there was simply too much to work out between us so I didn't stop to chat. This was the first time that time fell apart for me, and it was the most traumatic glitch to ever experience, but it was not the last...
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Re: Please share any personal "glitches" you've experiened in your simulation of life. Here's mine:
This isn't an experience but rather a question. Do you think novelty increasing is because the simulation is failing?
Do you agree with me that novelty is increasing or "glitches" are becoming more apparent and frequent?
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The glitches will become more and more apparent as the machine that controls this 'reality" continues to die. This thread is a good idea hugs
This 'reality' is a holographic simulation. It exists only in your mind, but all your senses tell you otherwise. It is a prison controlled and created by the annunaki, but the walls are falling and people are waking. Thread: Hello Gods and Goddesses (Page 140)
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The glitches will become more and more apparent as the machine that controls this 'reality" continues to die. This thread is a good idea hugs
 Quoting: ~Una~


This thread is definitely a good idea.
I'm finding it easier to telepathically communicate, and synchronicity is much more frequent ever since Samhain.
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This isn't an experience but rather a question. Do you think novelty increasing is because the simulation is failing?
Do you agree with me that novelty is increasing or "glitches" are becoming more apparent and frequent?
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When you say "novelty is increasing" do you mean in-regards to technology? Can you please explain why you have come up with this theory/conclusion, it sounds interesting. Do you mean because novelty is increasing through means of technology that we are closer to realizing this is all a simulation?
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This isn't an experience but rather a question. Do you think novelty increasing is because the simulation is failing?
Do you agree with me that novelty is increasing or "glitches" are becoming more apparent and frequent?
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When you say "novelty is increasing" do you mean in-regards to technology? Can you please explain why you have come up with this theory/conclusion, it sounds interesting. Do you mean because novelty is increasing through means of technology that we are closer to realizing this is all a simulation?
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Look up the Timewave Zero Theory by Terrence McKenna. It explains what I mean by novelty much better than I could.
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This is AC #47638477.
I forgot to login. :P
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That is the nature of the system: once you become aware
of the machine and can see it for what it is, it also
recognises that you can see it and will stare back at you.
And those eyes are quite unfriendly.
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There was this one time..at camp (yes, it is true) that 30 or so staff members lost 15 minutes of time.

I know it doesn't sound like much, but how on this planet do 30 people lose 15 minutes all at the same time
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Re: Please share any personal "glitches" you've experiened in your simulation of life. Here's mine:
Okay, mine isn't as good as yours but I've always wanted to tell it.

One day I got on my home computer and went to Google to check the weather Doppler. Checked it, closed the window. and had a smoke. Come back 10 minutes later and I wanted to Google something else. Move my cruiser over to the Google icon on my desktop and what the fuck do I see? The Google icon no longer says Google.

It's still the Google icon, same icon.

But now it says Dopplard

"Dopplard"

What. the. fuck.

Not Doppler.

Dopplard.

Like ... retard ..retARD

But it's Dopplard

And we all know what a Doppler does, don't we?

It tracks something.

Now I sure as hell didn't right click my mouse, browse down to the rename option and change the name to Dopplard. And why would I misspell Doppler anyway.

Somebody trying to tell me something?
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The glitches will become more and more apparent as the machine that controls this 'reality" continues to die. This thread is a good idea hugs
 Quoting: ~Una~


This thread is definitely a good idea.
I'm finding it easier to telepathically communicate, and synchronicity is much more frequent ever since Samhain.
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Thanks guys I think a lot of people would be interested to hear other people's weird and unexplainable events that have happened in their lifetime. Maybe some people will feel less alone and relate to some of the experiences of others.

hf
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I keep seeing 11:11 all the time now. It's literally like every night when I take the time to check. It's 11:11 or 12;12

I just smile, I know the universe is talking to me. What's your take on 11:11 op?
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Re: Please share any personal "glitches" you've experiened in your simulation of life. Here's mine:
Okay, mine isn't as good as yours but I've always wanted to tell it.

One day I got on my home computer and went to Google to check the weather Doppler. Checked it, closed the window. and had a smoke. Come back 10 minutes later and I wanted to Google something else. Move my cruiser over to the Google icon on my desktop and what the fuck do I see? The Google icon no longer says Google.

It's still the Google icon, same icon.

But now it says Dopplard

"Dopplard"

What. the. fuck.

Not Doppler.

Dopplard.

Like ... retard ..retARD

But it's Dopplard

And we all know what a Doppler does, don't we?

It tracks something.

Now I sure as hell didn't right click my mouse, browse down to the rename option and change the name to Dopplard. And why would I misspell Doppler anyway.

Somebody trying to tell me something?
 Quoting: Time's fool


Thanks for sharing. hf

That is a hell of an experience. It could have been a glitch within a glitch (glitch in our software) but to spell out Dopplard is crazy weird indeed.
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One time I blinked in my bed, and it was morning.
I wonder if I was abducted by aliens. :P
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I keep seeing 11:11 all the time now. It's literally like every night when I take the time to check. It's 11:11 or 12;12

I just smile, I know the universe is talking to me. What's your take on 11:11 op?
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To be honest I've never experienced a 11:11 event yet. I've heard a lot of stories so been conscious of it quite a lot but still yet to see it. Though judging by other people's experiences (and im sure your own) there seems to be a definite relation to some meaning there, doesn't look like a glitch but more of a sign of communication for certain people.
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One time I blinked in my bed, and it was morning.
I wonder if I was abducted by aliens. :P
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Lol
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When I was 19 was playing CD's through my old shitty PC on its CD rom drive through the soundcard and plugged that into an amplifier.
I pulled out the cables from the amplifier, and the sound kept coming out of the speakers, same volume everything same song.
But there was no physical connection to the amplifier or speakers.
It freaked me out so much I turned all the power off to everything and went to bed.
It was odd.I try to forget about it.
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This one time I went to a store and while in it I began to feel uncomfortable, a bit surreal. I told the person I was with that I was feeling as if someone I knew was in the store. Moments later a classmate appeared in the store. Fuck subtle cues.5a
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A very weird thing happened to me about a month ago.
I live close to my job, so I come home for lunch every day.
I have one stop light to go through on my way, and on the day in question, when I got to said stop light, there was a accident on the other side of the intersection for this four lane road.
I mean a big accident. Like four cars were involved. The intersection was blocked off and emergency vehicles were still arriving as I waited for the light to change. Hurt people were sitting on the curb. A cop was jumping on the dangling bumper of a van. It looked like total chaos.
So, I am visually taking this all in as I am getting more and more annoyed that my light won't change, due to the cops and their little traffic light changer that keeps making the other directions light green and I have 30 minutes for lunch. After about five minutes of watching this scene with fire trucks, cop cars and ambulances, hurt people, frantic cops and smashed up cars, my light finally changed.
Now here is the strange part. In my annoyance, I hadn't noticed as I was sitting at the light, but as I approached my home, I realize that it had been totally silent. No siren noise, no cry or yelling. Nothing. No sound had been there at all. A very strange feeling came over me. I felt like I was in the Twilight zone. On my way back to work, the entire scene was cleaned up except for a single tow truck and a car I didn't recall noticing while being all annoyed at the light.
I do not believe the chaos I witnessed could have been moved and cleaned up in the 20 minutes I spent at my house and I still wonder, why was there no noise?
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This one time I went to a store and while in it I began to feel uncomfortable, a bit surreal. I told the person I was with that I was feeling as if someone I knew was in the store. Moments later a classmate appeared in the store. Fuck subtle cues.5a
 Quoting: ^Isaac^


That's not really a glitch in the hologram though, its more of a premonition.
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A very weird thing happened to me about a month ago.
I live close to my job, so I come home for lunch every day.
I have one stop light to go through on my way, and on the day in question, when I got to said stop light, there was a accident on the other side of the intersection for this four lane road.
I mean a big accident. Like four cars were involved. The intersection was blocked off and emergency vehicles were still arriving as I waited for the light to change. Hurt people were sitting on the curb. A cop was jumping on the dangling bumper of a van. It looked like total chaos.
So, I am visually taking this all in as I am getting more and more annoyed that my light won't change, due to the cops and their little traffic light changer that keeps making the other directions light green and I have 30 minutes for lunch. After about five minutes of watching this scene with fire trucks, cop cars and ambulances, hurt people, frantic cops and smashed up cars, my light finally changed.
Now here is the strange part. In my annoyance, I hadn't noticed as I was sitting at the light, but as I approached my home, I realize that it had been totally silent. No siren noise, no cry or yelling. Nothing. No sound had been there at all. A very strange feeling came over me. I felt like I was in the Twilight zone. On my way back to work, the entire scene was cleaned up except for a single tow truck and a car I didn't recall noticing while being all annoyed at the light.
I do not believe the chaos I witnessed could have been moved and cleaned up in the 20 minutes I spent at my house and I still wonder, why was there no noise?
 Quoting: AncientDust


Yep sound, there is major glitches with sound in this hologram.
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A very weird thing happened to me about a month ago.
I live close to my job, so I come home for lunch every day.
I have one stop light to go through on my way, and on the day in question, when I got to said stop light, there was a accident on the other side of the intersection for this four lane road.
I mean a big accident. Like four cars were involved. The intersection was blocked off and emergency vehicles were still arriving as I waited for the light to change. Hurt people were sitting on the curb. A cop was jumping on the dangling bumper of a van. It looked like total chaos.
So, I am visually taking this all in as I am getting more and more annoyed that my light won't change, due to the cops and their little traffic light changer that keeps making the other directions light green and I have 30 minutes for lunch. After about five minutes of watching this scene with fire trucks, cop cars and ambulances, hurt people, frantic cops and smashed up cars, my light finally changed.
Now here is the strange part. In my annoyance, I hadn't noticed as I was sitting at the light, but as I approached my home, I realize that it had been totally silent. No siren noise, no cry or yelling. Nothing. No sound had been there at all. A very strange feeling came over me. I felt like I was in the Twilight zone. On my way back to work, the entire scene was cleaned up except for a single tow truck and a car I didn't recall noticing while being all annoyed at the light.
I do not believe the chaos I witnessed could have been moved and cleaned up in the 20 minutes I spent at my house and I still wonder, why was there no noise?
 Quoting: AncientDust


Yep sound, there is major glitches with sound in this hologram.
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Due to sound traveling slower than light, sometimes the hologram gets lagged.
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A very weird thing happened to me about a month ago.
I live close to my job, so I come home for lunch every day.
I have one stop light to go through on my way, and on the day in question, when I got to said stop light, there was a accident on the other side of the intersection for this four lane road.
I mean a big accident. Like four cars were involved. The intersection was blocked off and emergency vehicles were still arriving as I waited for the light to change. Hurt people were sitting on the curb. A cop was jumping on the dangling bumper of a van. It looked like total chaos.
So, I am visually taking this all in as I am getting more and more annoyed that my light won't change, due to the cops and their little traffic light changer that keeps making the other directions light green and I have 30 minutes for lunch. After about five minutes of watching this scene with fire trucks, cop cars and ambulances, hurt people, frantic cops and smashed up cars, my light finally changed.
Now here is the strange part. In my annoyance, I hadn't noticed as I was sitting at the light, but as I approached my home, I realize that it had been totally silent. No siren noise, no cry or yelling. Nothing. No sound had been there at all. A very strange feeling came over me. I felt like I was in the Twilight zone. On my way back to work, the entire scene was cleaned up except for a single tow truck and a car I didn't recall noticing while being all annoyed at the light.
I do not believe the chaos I witnessed could have been moved and cleaned up in the 20 minutes I spent at my house and I still wonder, why was there no noise?
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Maybe it was too much information for you to handle.
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A very weird thing happened to me about a month ago.
I live close to my job, so I come home for lunch every day.
I have one stop light to go through on my way, and on the day in question, when I got to said stop light, there was a accident on the other side of the intersection for this four lane road.
I mean a big accident. Like four cars were involved. The intersection was blocked off and emergency vehicles were still arriving as I waited for the light to change. Hurt people were sitting on the curb. A cop was jumping on the dangling bumper of a van. It looked like total chaos.
So, I am visually taking this all in as I am getting more and more annoyed that my light won't change, due to the cops and their little traffic light changer that keeps making the other directions light green and I have 30 minutes for lunch. After about five minutes of watching this scene with fire trucks, cop cars and ambulances, hurt people, frantic cops and smashed up cars, my light finally changed.
Now here is the strange part. In my annoyance, I hadn't noticed as I was sitting at the light, but as I approached my home, I realize that it had been totally silent. No siren noise, no cry or yelling. Nothing. No sound had been there at all. A very strange feeling came over me. I felt like I was in the Twilight zone. On my way back to work, the entire scene was cleaned up except for a single tow truck and a car I didn't recall noticing while being all annoyed at the light.
I do not believe the chaos I witnessed could have been moved and cleaned up in the 20 minutes I spent at my house and I still wonder, why was there no noise?
 Quoting: AncientDust

Maybe it was too much information for you to handle.
 Quoting: ^Isaac^


I don't think so. I am sure there was no sound. Absolutely sure.
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I work at an Elementary school and a last Monday, after the daylight saving time changed (Sunday) my clock inside the classroom was set to the right time. I thought, wow, they changed it really fast, considering it is an analog clock and it is changed manually. I remember quite well because my students were telling me we needed to change the time, and I showed them my cell phone time which was the same as the clock's time. Well a day after I was freaking out because I thought I was late and I saw my cell phone and the time was not the same. It was still the summer time, one hour ahead.
None of the clocks had been changed, but only one other teacher noticed, no one else did.
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A very weird thing happened to me about a month ago.
I live close to my job, so I come home for lunch every day.
I have one stop light to go through on my way, and on the day in question, when I got to said stop light, there was a accident on the other side of the intersection for this four lane road.
I mean a big accident. Like four cars were involved. The intersection was blocked off and emergency vehicles were still arriving as I waited for the light to change. Hurt people were sitting on the curb. A cop was jumping on the dangling bumper of a van. It looked like total chaos.
So, I am visually taking this all in as I am getting more and more annoyed that my light won't change, due to the cops and their little traffic light changer that keeps making the other directions light green and I have 30 minutes for lunch. After about five minutes of watching this scene with fire trucks, cop cars and ambulances, hurt people, frantic cops and smashed up cars, my light finally changed.
Now here is the strange part. In my annoyance, I hadn't noticed as I was sitting at the light, but as I approached my home, I realize that it had been totally silent. No siren noise, no cry or yelling. Nothing. No sound had been there at all. A very strange feeling came over me. I felt like I was in the Twilight zone. On my way back to work, the entire scene was cleaned up except for a single tow truck and a car I didn't recall noticing while being all annoyed at the light.
I do not believe the chaos I witnessed could have been moved and cleaned up in the 20 minutes I spent at my house and I still wonder, why was there no noise?
 Quoting: AncientDust

Maybe it was too much information for you to handle.
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I don't think so. I am sure there was no sound. Absolutely sure.
 Quoting: AncientDust


You encountered sound lag in the hologram like I did, except mine was lag in turning the sound off.
Yours was lag in starting it up.
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I work at an Elementary school and a last Monday, after the daylight saving time changed (Sunday) my clock inside the classroom was set to the right time. I thought, wow, they changed it really fast, considering it is an analog clock and it is changed manually. I remember quite well because my students were telling me we needed to change the time, and I showed them my cell phone time which was the same as the clock's time. Well a day after I was freaking out because I thought I was late and I saw my cell phone and the time was not the same. It was still the summer time, one hour ahead.
None of the clocks had been changed, but only one other teacher noticed, no one else did.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43661293


Check your cell phone isn't set to update via network carrier.
Sometimes the network carrier stuffs it up.
This has happened to me with cell phones.
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A very weird thing happened to me about a month ago.
I live close to my job, so I come home for lunch every day.
I have one stop light to go through on my way, and on the day in question, when I got to said stop light, there was a accident on the other side of the intersection for this four lane road.
I mean a big accident. Like four cars were involved. The intersection was blocked off and emergency vehicles were still arriving as I waited for the light to change. Hurt people were sitting on the curb. A cop was jumping on the dangling bumper of a van. It looked like total chaos.
So, I am visually taking this all in as I am getting more and more annoyed that my light won't change, due to the cops and their little traffic light changer that keeps making the other directions light green and I have 30 minutes for lunch. After about five minutes of watching this scene with fire trucks, cop cars and ambulances, hurt people, frantic cops and smashed up cars, my light finally changed.
Now here is the strange part. In my annoyance, I hadn't noticed as I was sitting at the light, but as I approached my home, I realize that it had been totally silent. No siren noise, no cry or yelling. Nothing. No sound had been there at all. A very strange feeling came over me. I felt like I was in the Twilight zone. On my way back to work, the entire scene was cleaned up except for a single tow truck and a car I didn't recall noticing while being all annoyed at the light.
I do not believe the chaos I witnessed could have been moved and cleaned up in the 20 minutes I spent at my house and I still wonder, why was there no noise?
 Quoting: AncientDust

Maybe it was too much information for you to handle.
 Quoting: ^Isaac^


I don't think so. I am sure there was no sound. Absolutely sure.
 Quoting: AncientDust


You encountered sound lag in the hologram like I did, except mine was lag in turning the sound off.
Yours was lag in starting it up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 49677300


Must be.
I think the more people wake up to the simulation the more glitches there will be. Our belief in the reality helps to hold it together and I think it is starting to fall a part.
Just like the OP having that dream, and then his reality played it out. Life is truly stranger than it has ever been.
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11/09/2013 02:24 AM
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Re: Please share any personal "glitches" you've experiened in your simulation of life. Here's mine:
1977 I was hitch hiking across Kansas.

I was in the middle of nowhere and couldn't catch a ride for like an hour.

I used to play songs in my head to help pass the time.

Well, this songs starts up in my head and I'm like 'cool, hadn't thought of that for a while' while the song is playing.

The song was winding down, last verse, and finally someone stops.

I open the car door and on the radio was the same song at exactly the same point it was playing in my head.


Not sure if that was a glitch or what but it was weird.
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11/09/2013 02:25 AM
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Re: Please share any personal "glitches" you've experiened in your simulation of life. Here's mine:
I work at an Elementary school and a last Monday, after the daylight saving time changed (Sunday) my clock inside the classroom was set to the right time. I thought, wow, they changed it really fast, considering it is an analog clock and it is changed manually. I remember quite well because my students were telling me we needed to change the time, and I showed them my cell phone time which was the same as the clock's time. Well a day after I was freaking out because I thought I was late and I saw my cell phone and the time was not the same. It was still the summer time, one hour ahead.
None of the clocks had been changed, but only one other teacher noticed, no one else did.
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Check your cell phone isn't set to update via network carrier.
Sometimes the network carrier stuffs it up.
This has happened to me with cell phones.
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No, my cell phone had the right time and so did the clock, because I wasn't late for anything and dismissal was at the usual time.
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11/09/2013 02:28 AM
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Re: Please share any personal "glitches" you've experiened in your simulation of life. Here's mine:
I work at an Elementary school and a last Monday, after the daylight saving time changed (Sunday) my clock inside the classroom was set to the right time. I thought, wow, they changed it really fast, considering it is an analog clock and it is changed manually. I remember quite well because my students were telling me we needed to change the time, and I showed them my cell phone time which was the same as the clock's time. Well a day after I was freaking out because I thought I was late and I saw my cell phone and the time was not the same. It was still the summer time, one hour ahead.
None of the clocks had been changed, but only one other teacher noticed, no one else did.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43661293


Check your cell phone isn't set to update via network carrier.
Sometimes the network carrier stuffs it up.
This has happened to me with cell phones.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 49677300


No, my cell phone had the right time and so did the clock, because I wasn't late for anything and dismissal was at the usual time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43661293


It could either be missing time, with you in your brain.
Or it sounds like a time glitch in the hologram.
The time glitch is very obvious more than the sound glitch everyone notices how time speeds up and slows down.

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