- Wed Jan 04, 2017 1:55 pm
The professor reached up to pinch the bridge of his nose, something he often did when exasperated or frustration set in while he thought. Up until now, no, there hadn't been anything that would have given Dresden cause to even remotely say he was unhappy with the government since in all honesty, he'd been happy enough with the way things were going to not feel the need to ruffle the status quo. Sure he might have told Gideon that he didn't care for the idea of slavery and wished it was gone but not enough to actively get involved. The professor had preferred to keep his head in the sand and go about his business except for the odd time Gid had gone off and come back injured. Even then Dres preferred the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy and for the most part, outside of a few instances where his friend had gone stupid, Gid had never brought up S.A.V.I.O.R. at all.
"That's the tick now isn't it. Until earlier today I had no reason to be unhappy with the government. In all honesty I was happy with how things were going. Sure there were a few mild things like I don't know, leaving the school open while a suicidal vampire roamed its halls or you know that whole slavery nonsense, but you can't tell me I'm the only one with those feelings." Dres willed his mouth to shut right then an there because he knew his temper was rising and he was quickly reverting into the snappish professor that had first started this conversation.