Chronarchy (chronarchy) wrote,

Dreaming of Guns

Last night, I had a dream that I was assigned to take a gun away from a man, so a few of my friends and I went down to the bowling alley to get the guy's gun. He came in and handed it over peacefully, and I went to check the gun to make sure that it was unloaded and that the safety was on.

This gun had four "safety" settings, along with a setting that told you what each setting meant:

The settings (followed by what they meant) were:
  • Standard: Safety Off.
  • Challenge: You could only fire it in a specific zip code
  • Safety: you can't fire the gun at all
  • Bible: you could fire the gun as God intended you to when he wrote Genesis and our Constitution.
I totally need to go hunting with my uncles sometime over Thanksgiving, clearly.

Also, I finished Divination 2 last night and put it on my website :) CTP 2 is ready to go to the Council of Lore in the next couple days (I think it's passed the Clergy Council yesterday, but I have to get back home to properly count the responses), which means that our clergy students can finally finish the second level of training. Which means that I can finish the last four courses that are on my schedule on the front page of my website.

Go Team :)
Tags: amusement, dreams, family, friends

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