Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Road Trip Wednesday- travel in space and time

If you could travel back to any historical era for research purposes, which would you choose?

ooohhh good question.  I don't know how much time traveling I would do for "research purposes" because that makes time travel seem all educational and stuff.  

At first I wanted to say something cool like Woodstock, but then my super buzz kill logical brain would say, "Yeah but you would probably get stuck in all the traffic and stuff."


The 1920 would be cool, flappers, gangsters, pinstripe suits and overall sassyness, but I could do without the whole white entrance, colored entrance thing.   


Italy in 1490-1550's would be very cool, art and science explosion.   But you know, there was a plague and bad hygiene too.   

 


No, maybe I would go to the future and see the space elevator and see how the Apple Overlord Steve Jobs' empire grow.  I'd like to know how many times I'm going to need to replace my iPod. 




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9 comments:

  1. haha the future! That seems like a great choice :D

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  2. Lol, since there is no idyllic time in the past, present and - just as likely - future, I suppose you have to pick the best of the bad and go for it! So, Woodstock. Because traffic is the least of the evils. :D

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  3. How many times you'd have to replace your iPod - ha. My iPod is going on 5 and I think it'll soon need replacing... the battery life is almost zero now. New iPod Touch as Christmas gift, methinks...

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  4. Maybe you could sneak some Tamiflu with you when you head back to the Renaissance?

    I have one of the original iPods and it will not die. I decided to keep using it until it's dead so as to not be wasteful--and the joke is on me. People stare it like I'm dragging around a Walkman.

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  5. You won't have to replace your iPod in the future, because it will be implanted in your head. #spoiler

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  6. Yes, Overlord Jobs. I joined his church long ago. :)

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  7. I hear you about Woodstock. Of course, it would be amazing to see all of the music, but then I think about how muddy it was and wonder where I would pee.

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  8. Oooh... Future. When you're there, you can grab an alamac that contains the outcomes of all sporting events for our century until Dock finds you with it and everything goes to pot.

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