| OK I'll esplain it.
||[Aug. 11th, 2004|08:08 am]
But first, there is a large package of doujinshi for me, in the apartment office. Which closes at 5:30. I will not be home tonight until about 9 or so, because a bunch of us from work are going out for dinner. Tomorrow I have to be in the office all day because we're having a big presentation meeting thing and -- actually it's going to be lots of fun. But I won't be able to get my package!|
But about the ninja zombie lawyers.
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It was like one of those courtroom dramas, like Law & Order or something. I do not know what I was on trial for. I don't even know if I did it. Or if my ninja zombie lawyer was on my payroll or if he was assigned to me by the state. Or county. Or whoever it is that assigns lawyers to people who can't afford their own. I don't think I could afford a lawyer of my own IRL.
So, my lawyer was a ninja zombie. And the prosecutor was a ninja zombie. Oh, and even though I was the defendant, I was sitting on the prosecuting side of the courtroom. But that's neither here nor there. I was probably left-handed in this dream, too. Who knows.
POINT is the lawyers were ninja zombies, but I didn't realize this until the trial had actually started. So it was too late for me to find a different non-ninja-zombie lawyer. But it was quite entertaining, watching the battle of the ninja zombie lawyers. Instead of like, regular courtroom stuff, it was ninja battle, with zombie powers, and the occasional mention of pertinent facts in the case.
Then there was a smoke break, and I went outside, and there was some cop also smoking, or maybe she was assigned to guard me and make sure I didn't escape (like I'm gonna escape in the middle of a ninja zombie lawyer battle - yaright). Anyway, she looked like Callista Flockheart, but having eaten food. She asked me how I thought the trial was going, and I replied "I think my lawyer is a ninja zombie." She was all "Yes, that happens a lot." and I was like "He's not going to request I pay my legal fees in brains, is he?" and I don't know what the punchline was because I woke up.
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A good resolution to that particular scene would be to walk back into the courtroom and see the ninja zombie lawyers eating the brains of the jury.