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Year One

I had a really bad dream the other night. You could almost say it was a nightmare. In this dream I was stuck in a large classroom during a history lesson. It was being taught by actor/comedian/rocker Jack Black. In this lesson he dropped his cue cards at the very start of the lecture and from then on the lesson was a jumbled mess of improper time frames and historical speak that made no literal sense at all.

 The students around me laughed at the most inopportune times and never even opened their books. I looked down at mine and saw that the author’s name was Harold Ramis. I opened mine up only to find that it was one of those pop up books and didn’t even have any words in it.

 Was I in the real world? Did real history make so little sense? Did Julius Caesar really say “Yo Dude” and was the wheel really invented so saber tooth tigers could go skateboarding? I found myself laughing at the most inane things my lecturer was saying and it all became this moment of almost mass hysteria.

 I woke up and had a good laugh at myself recounting the dream I just had. Maybe it was something I ate the night before, who knows? I quickly wrote down some notes because ten minutes later all thoughts of the dream were gone.
Rob Hudson
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