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Cyranny’s quickie!

 

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If you could travel through time, would you rather visit a past era, or the future?

 

 

 

 

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      1. I’d like to go back into the past.
        I’d like to spend more time with my maternal grandmother and paternal grandfather. I really have no memories of them. I’d like to know who they were.
        I’d like to tell my younger self that it is going to be okay in the future. That I should not fear if I fall down. (If i take my today’s experience with me)
        I’d like to go back and give myself a chance at computer science engineering. (If I get to change the past)
        I’d like to capture more memories in pictures, even though I have a lot of them.
        Oh! I have a lot of wishes πŸ˜› πŸ˜€ one of them being to be able to travel in future too πŸ˜€

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    1. How far ahead… Just a little, to see the world your children will grow up in, or something more like sci-fi future, where you’d really be experiencing a totally different era? πŸ™‚

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      1. I want pictures of these flying cars we’ve been talking about for ages!! Oh wait, I’m not woried… You’ll take pictures (great ones too) of everything odd and amazing for our 2019 eye! πŸ˜‰

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    1. I promise to send you back, if I ever get my hands on a trustworthy time machine, dear Beckie πŸ™‚ I’d love to give you the opportunity to re-live these precious moments xx

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    1. Mouahahahaha I love it! That argument with Davinci idea really cracked me up πŸ™‚ Can you imagine making such a genius believe you are from the future??

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      1. I am just very confidant that there will be an end to the troubles that plague mankind today. I can’t wait to see a clean earth and a happy healthy human race at complete peace with one another and living in harmony with the rest of creation.

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  1. My own past is certainly more interesting and exciting than my present, and I don’t hold out a lot of hope for my future … so, based on that … take me back please. I promise to behave better this time
    (I may have uttered that hollow promise before, though)

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      1. Hmm … that’s hard to say. I have always been drawn to England in the 1920s and 30s. I love all the literature from that era (P.G. Wodehouse, E.F. Benson, Agatha Christie, etc.) Of course, I’d only want to visit the idealized version of it. I know the 1930s wasn’t good for everyone. So I’d just go back to the fantasy version.

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  2. Maybe the future is what we need to see, precisely because it may not be a pretty sight. In that case I wouldn’t want to go alone though, because I’m already on board with the “we need to do better” – movement. If I’d go to the future I’d drag all the people with me that would benefit from the sight to improve their attitude.
    Like Saumya said though, we would have to have the power to change that future image.

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