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10-01-2019, 23:45   #16
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Seems to have already been perfected if this 1940s photo is to be believed

That was like playing where’s wally

Took me a while to spot him
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That was like playing where’s wally

Took me a while to spot him

He's holding the transportation device.
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The problem isn't time travel, it's making sure you land in the right place.

So many brave souls just left zooming through the emptiness between worlds.
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11-01-2019, 07:11   #19
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Time travel is as real as Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.
LOL.LOL.LOL.
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11-01-2019, 07:19   #20
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I know a guy that does believe in time travel . he,s mad into star trek and all that stuff even has a star trek suit for when they do perfect it . he,s a funny guy .
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I must be a time paradox duplicate with all this doom and failure.
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Took me a while to spot him
photo shop .
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I need a brief synopsis of that video.
Trump, a con-man, arrives in a small Texas town (around 1890 I presume) to offer protection from the impending meteor "storm" that he says will destroy the whole area, unless people buy his magic "magnetium" metal rings or parasols to ward off the rain of destruction. A Texas ranger passing through town is the only man willing to dispute these claims, but the townspeople refuse to believe him and are willing to pay fifty bucks a shot (a fortune in those days) to obtain the goods. It all ends badly for Trump despite taking in a large quantity of cash, when the ranger confronts him and forces him to appear in front of the townspeople, together with the corrupt local sheriff who was getting a take, and refund the money which at this point is most of the local bank's funds after the townspeople broke in to get at it.

I kid you not, I watched the whole thing and now I need a time machine to go back and tell myself not to bother, I could read this instead.
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I believe Steve McQueen got his break on the show.
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Trump, a con-man, arrives in a small Texas town (around 1890 I presume) to offer protection from the impending meteor "storm" that he says will destroy the whole area, unless people buy his magic "magnetium" metal rings or parasols to ward off the rain of destruction. A Texas ranger passing through town is the only man willing to dispute these claims, but the townspeople refuse to believe him and are willing to pay fifty bucks a shot (a fortune in those days) to obtain the goods. It all ends badly for Trump despite taking in a large quantity of cash, when the ranger confronts him and forces him to appear in front of the townspeople, together with the corrupt local sheriff who was getting a take, and refund the money which at this point is most of the local bank's funds after the townspeople broke in to get at it.

I kid you not, I watched the whole thing and now I need a time machine to go back and tell myself not to bother, I could read this instead.
Throw in Trump relocating the Notre Dame cathedral to Paris Texas and Disney would be all over that as a Hunchback/Gargoyles crossover sequel.
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Page 3 of a time travel thread and no mention of John Titor? Where the real conspiracy heads at?
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Page 3 of a time travel thread and no mention of John Titor? Where the real conspiracy heads at?
Page 3?

Amateur.
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Legend has it that it was Trump's uncle who first discovered Nicola Tesla's body in a New York Hotel room back in 1943.
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That video popped up ages ago. And then someone shared it again on Twitter. And, well, here we are again.
No, you've been traveling round in time in a loop.
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Looks like they overshot by a few decades?

It's actually a good episode !!
eery too, considering current events!
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