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Which door will you open?

Sheannutt 9 July 17

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Time Machine, of course! Just having one would be enough for me. I could finally find out for myself whether time is an ocean or a wibbly-wobbly ball, a crystallised line or a branching web. Are paradoxes real or do multiple universes render them moot? Can one change the past and, if so, how much is affected by that change? All sorts of things. ?

Don't swat that fly when you were 5 and in 2018 Trump will be a toilet cleaner in Moscow. Oh, actually...

@Salo LOL It makes not meddling very difficult! ?

  1. Definitely....unless door #3 is a tardis...

well it is blue.


I’ll go with the one that will give me something that that is pretty much impossible and otherwise unobtainable. #1.

But is that not an oxymoron. If it is impossible and unobtainable they it will not happen?

@Jolanta pretty much


As long as we’re wishing for shit, I’ll go with Steve Martin’s list:

  1. No question.

Too much could go wrong with time travel.
I don't believe in soul mates, and wouldn't want one even if they were real.

To quote Steve Miller, I'd "take the money and run".


Show me the money. Door number 1 is a pipedream with religious connotations. Door number 3 is unrealistic. At least with door number 2, I could travel have some adventure break some hearts.

azzow2 Level 9 July 17, 2018

#3. I'd go back a couple of decades with some horse race results, and quickly earn enough, not necessarily 70M, to devote my full attention to the possibility of finding a soulmate. If I failed there's a good chance I'd have fun failing.

Salo Level 7 July 17, 2018

On second thoughts I'd need a lot more than 70M, is be putting several governments in my pocket with the extra, just for safe keeping of course.


Time machine to go into the future and record a few mega-lottery numbers.

godef Level 7 July 17, 2018

You win the internets today Godef ?


Time machine.

@Sheannutt because my son is dead.


Number 3. I defy you to find a family member of a murder victim (like myself), who wouldn't pick #3.


3 If I knew then what I know now 2 is moot I would just go get 1. Making money is easy. Ah lament.


Blue. I can get the other two with that one.


Door number 2. Money may not buy happiness, but it's one hell of a down payment.


1 and 3 are just scammers.....probably 2 is a scammer as well, but easy to find out.!

Open 2 and then kick down the other two!

arnies Level 7 July 24, 2018
  1. I don't believe in soul mates.
  2. There aren't any changes I could make that I am sure wouldn't have negative effects for others.
  3. If I put $10 million in the bank, I could live comfortably on the interest, and $60,000,000 could do a lot of good.
JimG Level 8 July 17, 2018

3 as long as it goes to the future as well as the past. Skip forward a few years find the next big thing and buy in at the begining - money; avoid catastrophes; maybe do a 'Groundhog day' thing when I screw up; then hit major historical points - the library at Alexandra, the Hanging Gardens, Rome when Ceasar ruled, France with Charlemagne, etc... until the end.



ipdg77 Level 8 July 17, 2018

I do not believe in soul mates and I wouldn’t change the past. It’s made me who I am.


I am sure I would take the money. I am already happy and with all the money I can watch any sch fi movie or documentary I want or have some professor or another telling me about history.


I have a fabulous partner and I'm content with my past, that leaves the money.


As impossible as it is , it's the, "Time Machine",
For me.
Right the wrongs, apologize a number of times, and become a good Human being.


Already have the soulmate. Time travel into the past is theoretically not possible. 70 million though.....


Why 70? Like, who picks "$70M"? Anyhow, if this was reality I'd pick #1, if time travel was possible I'd pick #3. I'd travel to a distant time and die almost immediately from a lack of immunities to the bacteria strands in the air, water, & food.

I'd totally pick the money.
I don't want a relationship.
I don't want to time travel.


Time machine. I'd like to try this again and do it better

@Sheannutt live it over with a few different decisions on my part

@Sheannutt ooooh hadn't even thought of that


No. 2 for sure. I could fund a lot of my projects with it, including my business, animals shelters, farm sanctuaries. Don't need no. 1. A good business partner or partner in crime, sure; soulmate nope. No. 3, I wouldn't know what to do with it.

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