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esayexohen's avatar

If you could travel to the past or future, where and when would you go to?

Asked by esayexohen (60points) June 10th, 2008

care to explain?

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2late2be's avatar

1997, no commentaries.

Mtl_zack's avatar

the 1870s-1890s. i would have loved to be a carriage driver and meet all the rich folks. and theres was also the chicago world fair where elctricity was first shown to the public. if i saw electricity for the first time right there, i would have shat my pants.

Allie's avatar

The night of May 27, 2008. Yes, I know it’s not long ago, but if I could go back to that night I would have done things differently.

esayexohen's avatar

damn. I shoulda left it as a time not in your own life. Cause I got a buncha those.
Unless of course, you care to go into detail. But I don’t care to with mine.

Allie's avatar

I don’t care to go into detail with mine either.
Since you want a time not in our own life, then I’d want to be my age (I’m 20) but in the 60s or 70s. That was a good time to be young and party.

Dog's avatar

I would go back to 1891 and then destroy the time machine.

Dog's avatar

Of course I would take my paint kit with me

honniemac's avatar

I would interview myself, answering the question about interviewing an historical figure, and then travel into the future 30 years from now and release the only known interview of me before I got famous and unfortunately died.

margeryred's avatar

I will for all of us, go forward in time and figure out how to solve this fuel crisis!

There’s gotta be another way!!!

Harp's avatar

I’d go back to 1791, the time of the writing of the Bill of Rights, and warn them that if they didn’t make the intent of the second amendment a bit clearer they would unleash a plague of gun violence on their descendents.

johnnyc299's avatar

I would go forward to 8pm this Saturday night, write down the lottery numbers, go back to today and play and win BIG…....

JackAdams's avatar

I’d go back 100 years into the past with a current copy of today’s WSJ and find a very friendly stock broker and attorney, then travel back to my present, to retrieve my present from a safety deposit box that had been obtained, 100 years earlier.

DavisSt's avatar

I’d go to 1980, when my grandfather (maternal) was alive with whom I have never met. I will meet him and convey that my mother loves you so much and please bless her and all of us and then, come back to present to tell my mother that I have met your father who want you to remain happy, always. I know, this would be the most delighted and emotional moment for her.

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