Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
mrissa

Guns, non-controversial

You know how they (where I think "they" is "Chekhov," and not the Walter Koenig kind, either, but I could be wrong) say that if you show a gun on the mantelpiece in Act 1, you have to fire it by Act 5 (or 3, depending on what kind of play you've got)?

Between this book here and the one before it, if I get any more guns, we will be able to reenact the Battle of Gettysburg with them.

Sigh.
Tags: dead vikings are lots of fun, full of theories
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