Kaz (kazbaby) wrote,

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don't wanna forget this one

i was having a pretty cool sg-1 dream where it was Cam in a wheelchair (this cam wasn't like he was road not taken). it was post-disclosure and he was a computer hacker. but he's going along on with his life and he discovers that people are being taken over by an alien virus but the way he finds out is because a rogue group of those infected seek him out to stop the invasion.

the virus is sort of like a computer program in the brain or something and they think since he was part of the program he'd know how to stop them. he has pretty much no choice but to go along with it because he'd been kidnapped (and trust me when i say he had a lovely joke about alien abductions in the middle of the night) and this rogue group is on the run since the others know they exist. last thing i remember before waking up (pisses me off i woke up) is someone taking cam out of a truck and putting him back in his wheelchair at the start of a long dirt road and they tell him that where he needs to work is at the end of it, and cam says 'you've got to be shitting me...'

i think you can blame this dream on me having skiffy on yesterday and having threshold on on the background while i did things.

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Tags: cameron mitchell, dream, sg-1

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