With my friend coming over today, it’s going to be a TuesNESday. An afternoon of watching a new Doctor Who and watching my friend make more progress on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD.
Muse: Stop right now. You are under arrest.
Under arrest? For what?
Muse: You are in violation of Article 39, section 2 of the Intangible code of conduct.
And what does that say?
Muse: All personnel, tangible or intangible must have a license when posting a blog about a Muse. May I see your license?
So you’re a police officer today?
Muse: If you are stalling, Mr. Walker, I am not going to have any of that. Show me your license.
I don’t have a license to blog about a Muse. This is ridiculous!
Muse: Tell that to the judge. You’re under arrest.
What? Those laws should only apply to your people! Not mine!
Muse: While that may be the case, that particular section includes tangibles as well. Hold out your hands.
What are you going to do? Cuff me?
Muse: What did I say Mr. Walker? I said hold out those hands now!
*holds out hands while my Muse cuffs them*
Muse: You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say may be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to consult an attorney before speaking to the police and to have an attorney present during questioning now or in the future. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you before any questioning if you wish. If you decide to answer questions now without an attorney present, you will still have the right to stop answering at any time until you talk to an attorney. Knowing and understanding your rights as I have explained them to you, are you willing to answer my questions without an attorney present?
Yes. Now is this necessary? All I’m doing is writing a blog here.
Muse: You are, but you’re writing one without a license. In the Intangible law, the penalties are severe for violating that law in particular. You will be taken to the Intangible County Jail. You will remain there until the date of your hearing has been decided.
Come on! Are you serious?
*gets teleported to a cell inside the Intangible County Jail*
Intangible Warden: You are free to go.
What? What’s going on?
Intangible Warden: You are a very lucky man. Someone paid for your bail. It was a large sum of money. Furthermore, they found your license.
Who is this?
Intangible Warden: I think that he said that his name was Remedy, or something.
Remedy: It was.
Remedy: Here’s your operator’s license. Keep it handy while you’re blogging about Muses, okay?
Muse: Wait a second! Is he leaving? He can’t leave! He doesn’t have a license!
I do. See?
Muse: You are free to go then. I am very sorry about this mix up, Mr. Walker. In the future, try to have your license on you. Don’t let it happen again.
It won’t. Have a good day!
*gets teleported back to reality*
That was strange. I still don’t understand how that could be a crime. Well, it apparently is in that world…
Anyway, I now need to get ready for my friend. He could be over in the next hour or two.
Today’s high is going to be 59 degrees and the silver lining is my friend coming over tonight.
To those of you who like hanging out with good company, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.
Muse: It’s time to patrol the Intangible Realm. If anyone is breaking the law, I will catch them. Hey! Stop! You’re going way too fast!
*Muse turns on sirens and chases other Intangible in police car*