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Did your Grandma have amalgam fillings? Did she meditate? Was she psychic?
... streetlights sometimes turn on or off when I walk or drive under them.
Quote from: Donnah on 17/03/2013 21:38:08... streetlights sometimes turn on or off when I walk or drive under them. If you asked the people who lived near the dodgy street-lamp they could tell you it malfunctions whether or not you are present.
Why do watches stop when some people wear them? It used to happen to me years ago, then all was well for a few decades. Now it's happening again. Two watches this week, both with fairly new batteries. Darned frustrating. What is it!!???[?][?][?]
Some people have an abnormally high amount of electricity in their bodies, it may also be static electricity.
So I saw this cute watch. $5.00 for the watch but it was for the hospital auxiliary and reminds me of my grandmother's old watch. Naturally it stopped 15 minutes after I put it on. It's cheap, who knows how long it's been in the crate over on the way from the Far East, anyway. So, I go to Rite Aid to buy another battery. Works PERFECTLY! I am thrilled. Especially with my escape from that old wive's tale about "stopping" watches. Well that was maybe 11:45 am. By 2:15 pm the watch's second hand sadly ground down to a definitive halt within a few minute's time span. 
Whenever a street lantern is blinking, when Paulie passes by the thing with turn on or off.
Yeah, some people suggest that people who stop watches have had near death experiences. Through pure coincidence, my dad had one when he was 12 and I had one when I was 4. However, I cannot think of one single reason that would have any effect on watches. That's just kooky.