These will go into the current Steam challenge and Blizzard habits (Steam challenge being not allowed to buy any more games until I've decently played through the ones I've bought from sale then proceeded to ignore). Realistically we all know the reason is bragging rights.
So this weekend had a rather interesting/strange dream that actually made me think a lot:
The dream started off with a small group of people going about there way and I had to walk off in the same direction of a girl whom I knew did not like me and was outwardly cold and dismissive to show it .She was some randomly generated person from the mass of people I've seen throughout my life so no one I know in reality was her but it's weird in that it felt like I at least knew who she was and that she didn't like me.
She suddenly collapses the scene fast forwards (weird thing in dreams but when they happen I almost always disregard them) to a medical guy waking her up and telling me that she has amnesia and needs to receive a specific medicine to regain her memory and that I should accompany her to make sure she doesn't put herself in danger due to no memory.
It was a walk down a busy downtown street (think where it's the norm to walk and/or take a subway/train rather than drive) to where the medicine could be gotten. What's weird is that because of her amnesia, she doesn't have a memory of who I am. Her personality was more or less the same of what I would expect but it was way more energetic, warm, and friendly. She was actually actively pulling me about wanting to happily go shopping. Despite it being weird, it didn't take long for me to start having fun actually spending time.
That was when I started thinking about a moral dilemma presented before me. It was a rare chance to spend time with someone that was actually enjoyable and as far as her amnesia goes, genuinely wanted to spend time with me. It made me consider delaying getting her the medicine until the end of the day or to help her get her memory back as soon as possible.