Alan Colmes Fox News Strategy Room interviews Patrick Scott March 4th, 2010 - Part One

Alan Colmes Fox News Strategy Room interviews Patrick Scott March 4th, 2010 - Part Two

Alan Colmes Interviews Patrick Scott on Fox News Strategy Room May 28, 2009

Friday, March 24, 2017


3/24/17/ Notice the Dream was about Flying Airplanes. Then this news video with the actual audio about his flying mishap breaks today. This is huge Global News.

"I'm the schmuck who landed on the taxiway," said Harrison Ford after near-miss at airport

Original Harrison Ford Dream Fragment Below:

3/04/17   10:57 AM CDT.

Harrison Ford  Born 7/13

For Fla. Lotto Purposes watch any combo of (713 or (1942/Year of Birth) to possibly hit as a Pick 3 or Pick 4 Jackpot within 30 days. Include Pick 3 and Pick 4 prior Jackpots from 7/13/15 & 7/13/16 which could hit in any combo (Within 30 days.)

Have posted a number of Harrison Ford Dreams with some interesting results beyond Lotto. Search and read.

He was the center of a major news story a few weeks ago when his private plane almost collided with Commercial Jet sitting on a runway.

Outside of the DW conjuring him up for Fla. Lotto Purposes it is possible we could get another high profile news story about or connected to him within the next few months or within 2017.

Examples of High Profile News: Death, illness, divorce, accident, pregnancy or birth of a child, extended family news, public incident, Career Acclaim etc. and not limited to those suggestions.

Dream: Took place inside of a vintage Drug Store/POV

Harrison Ford and Jaclyn Smith were shopping inside of this old school Drug Store that reminded me of the one in the Jimmy Stewart film (It's a Wonderful Life). It may have been a tad more modern.

My first encounter was with Harrison Ford. We were in a discussion about my Dad's World War 2 (B-25 Bomber) Pilot days. 

I was telling Harrison that my Dad flew (72) missions over the India/China/Burma Theater. That he had been stationed in Morocco. 

Harrison was surprised to hear my Dad flew that many missions since he understood most B-25 pilots were limited to 20 missions. 

I explained how so many planes had been shot down in his Squadron that he had to fly the additional missions. He volunteered to stay when he could have left. 

I don't recall anymore with Harrison after that.