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I'm the doctor. Doctor who? Exactly.

Permalink 06/29/10 at 10:00:41 am, by Ed, 221 words   English (US)
Categories: Dreams of a phenytoin addict

Lately I've been having several dreams similar in nature to those I have had in the past, with one difference: I'm now the Doctor.

"Doctor Who?" I hear you ask.

"Exactly," I respond.

The latest ranges all over. I start out at work, trying to get in on a pool to see who can solve the integrals fastest, but they won't give me the problems to solve. They just say they're on a certain page in the book, of which I don't have a copy.

I then begin looking for the book, and suddenly I am at college looking for this book. I've been here all along of course.

Finally, out of exasperation, I try looking at somebody else's work to see if I can copy the problem from them. It happens to be that I am now in my old high school, and it was the only person who I ever asked to prom who said no whose paper I am trying to get a glance at.

It is at this point that I realize that these integrals are way too complicated and I'd have no idea how to do them.

The fact that I am the Doctor doesn't even enter the conversation. I just am. You'd think I'd be able to do better math. But apparently... not, I guess.