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[Jul. 13th, 2004|12:46 am]
Charles Xavier
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That dream keeps coming back to me... I'm now having the same one several nights a week. I wish I could say that I'm not bothered by it, but that would not be the truth.

It is good to have Storm back. I've been meaning to speak to her about the mutant activity she was sent to investigate, but we haven't had the time yet. And there are some strange sounds coming from the X-Jet. Everyone, I'm grounding it until we find out what it is. If we can't do it ourselves, I'll notify our contact at Lockheed.

And WHAT, may I ask, is this sudden obsession with thinking North Dakota doesn't really exist?

[User Picture]From: yourxworstxfear
2004-07-13 09:06 pm (UTC)
Professor, since you're on the subject, I was wondering if nightmares happen more to people with telepathic abilities? I was just curious...

I'm not sure if I'd go on the X-Jet even if it was working properly....I get air sickness.

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[User Picture]From: shavedmyhead
2004-07-13 10:53 pm (UTC)
It's difficult to say. I've spent a lot of time thinking on the subject. Studies have shown that everyone has several dreams a night, mutant or not, and it is simply whether or not we remember them. From my own research and experiences, I've noticed that those of us with telepathic gifts tend to have far more realistic and disturbing dreams; I myself have often had trouble discerning between the dreams and the reality.

I'm afraid I'm not sure how to answer your question, but does this help at all?
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[User Picture]From: yourxworstxfear
2004-07-14 12:00 am (UTC)
It's a bit confusing, but I think I understand. Thanks.
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[User Picture]From: shavedmyhead
2004-07-14 12:05 am (UTC)
Of course. Remember, I'm always here.
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