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I don't know about you people, but I hadn't forgotten about here - Let's call that Plan A

cartimanduaFeb. 15th, 2006 01:42 am I don't know about you people, but I hadn't forgotten about here

How To Utilise Freaky Crazy Person Abilities For Fun And Entertainment

Some people naturally affect electronic and electrical devices when in a state of emotional agitation (and in my case, drain all the charge out of batteries just by picking them up and holding them for a couple of seconds).
This must be tapped.
In a discussion with a netfriend, the following plan was reached. This is near verbatim from the conversation:

It's so tempting to team up and go to the electrical product fairs.
oh wow. and go off our meds first. and watch/listen to something really aggravating
Failing all else, our combined scream should be enough to break glass.
yes, and then we can look surprised, run, and hide
I must post this to Let's Call That Plan A to see if others get this and would like to form a global army of some kind.
that'd be brilliant...

So there we have it. If you can make your TV or monitor go white noise by yelling at it, or if lightbulbs pop when you're biting back the emotions, we want to hear from you. EMP Force Is Go!

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Date:February 15th, 2006 04:19 pm (UTC)
I don't think I have that power. However in last couple of months I've noticed that lampposts occasionally flicker when I walk under/near them. There's one near my house that goes dim when I go near it and gets brighter once I've wlaked past but I think that it's just generally flickery.
Happened a couple of other times with lamps near the train station. Not sure how I'm doing it as I wasn't particularly emotional any of these times and it may have gone away now.

Possibly its just a sign of the disrepair of the lamp posts in Selly Oak?