Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

F'd Up Geek Dreams

The dreams were weird this morning. One of them was at a sci-fi con where there was an all out all-scale war between the Trekkers and the Whovians. I was on the side of the Dr. Who fans. The leader of them really liked me but the second in command did not. However, I was their only shooter. I had a Glock-17 with only one clip. I was really hesitant about this whole killing the other fans thing. I was alright about them beating each other up but I did not want to be the one to escalate it into lethal force.

While I was looking for where the actual fighting was - with the hope of stopping it somehow - I shifted over into Emerald City Chronicles, on a computer with a document open that had been stolen by someone. The document was in share mode. So, whenever the document was updated, I saw the updating and knew I could just save the document on my computer and have proof of who stole it through the Track Changes feature. But then what? I was pondering having to explain the technology in a court full of old vampires while the STs kept asking me to roll for the knowledge.

I am such a weird geek. Combat at a sci-fi convention and bringing down a rival in a LARP with proof from basic computer technology? I have NO idea what this all means my brain is going through. However, I have been on edge a lot lately. Maybe this is just a manifestation of it.
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