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(Top Tenz)   10 people who claim to be time travelers - Also claim time travel was invented in the future to get around the long wait times and doctor shortages from Romneycare   (toptenz.net) divider line 97
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2012-08-24 09:07:57 AM  
John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it
 
2012-08-24 09:28:33 AM  

cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it


and you doubt him?

I totally believe it. I have never told the whole story, but I had to time travel back to 1983 once to get a new thermal printer for a Timex Sinclair. No one knows, but my actions saved Kraft Easy Cheese from being wiped from the Earth and averted the Cuban-Icelandic Wars of the 2130's entirely.
 
Pud
2012-08-24 09:31:40 AM  
From #9 - it won't happen if it doesn't happen, but if it does it totally will

I'm going to have to figure out a way to use that in a conversation
 
2012-08-24 10:12:25 AM  
images3.wikia.nocookie.net

Approves...while pocketing nifty gadgets.
 
2012-08-24 10:13:43 AM  
List includes at least three people that do not claim to be time travelers, apart from that...
 
2012-08-24 10:16:46 AM  
Oh god, another web site dedicated exclusively to lists.

Fark the internet.
 
2012-08-24 11:14:41 AM  
I'm a time traveler.

The only problem is, I can only do it in one direction, and only in real time.
 
2012-08-24 11:19:17 AM  

MaxxLarge: I'm a time traveler.

The only problem is, I can only do it in one direction, and only in real time.


The hell you can. THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE.
 
2012-08-24 11:23:49 AM  

miss diminutive: The hell you can. THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE.


Fine. But if we're gonna mix it up, I get to pick the parking garage. Bring your sword. Because, like...'I am everything,' or whatever.
 
2012-08-24 11:28:02 AM  

MaxxLarge: miss diminutive: The hell you can. THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE.

Fine. But if we're gonna mix it up, I get to pick the parking garage. Bring your sword. Because, like...'I am everything,' or whatever.


Deal. Although I should probably pick a sword that's best suited to my physical characteristics.

fc01.deviantart.net
 
2012-08-24 11:32:53 AM  

miss diminutive: Deal. Although I should probably pick a sword that's best suited to my physical characteristics.


Deal.

Good luck decapitating me with that thing, though.
 
2012-08-24 11:38:03 AM  

MaxxLarge: miss diminutive: Deal. Although I should probably pick a sword that's best suited to my physical characteristics.

Deal.

Good luck decapitating me with that thing, though.


Well I...uh...but...

dammit.
 
2012-08-24 11:47:57 AM  

miss diminutive: Well I...uh...but...

dammit.


Ah, hell. Forget it. Let's just worry about it later, and go get some Gelato, or something.

That's the nice thing about being immortal - there's no real hurry.
 
2012-08-24 12:42:47 PM  
Wow, the political trolling has now inundated all sub-forums.

The modmins must be terrified of the polling data to start pushing their propaganda this hard.


// quite amusing.
 
2012-08-24 12:44:28 PM  
Of course, the Chronovisor isn't an actual time machine, because that would be silly; it was more like a time window. The device allowed anyone using it to look anywhere into the past, and watch whatever events they desired.

Orson Scott Card approves.
 
2012-08-24 12:44:52 PM  

cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it


People buy all kinds of bullshiat from the 1960s.

www.poptropica.com
 
2012-08-24 12:45:44 PM  
I am traveling in time while typing this sentence.
 
2012-08-24 12:47:51 PM  

cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it


I enjoyed reading his stuff.
 
2012-08-24 12:48:59 PM  
FTFA: "In August of 1901, while visiting the palace of Versailles, both women claim to have slipped over two hundred years into the past to 1792."

They also apparently compressed time.
 
2012-08-24 12:51:02 PM  
u mean ObamneyCare

even tho Romney didn't do shiat
 
2012-08-24 12:51:28 PM  
And no mention of the greatest time traveller of them all: Barack Obama, fiendishly going back in time to plant phony stories in the Hawaiian newspaper of his birth.
 
2012-08-24 12:52:39 PM  

Pud: From #9 - it won't happen if it doesn't happen, but if it does it totally will

I'm going to have to figure out a way to use that in a conversation


Yeah, it's a little too complex to be a good band name.
 
2012-08-24 12:52:56 PM  
I am from the future...damned weeping angels.

Good news, hand guns no longer a problem in the future
Bad news, death cubes are the new threat.
 
2012-08-24 12:53:08 PM  

Goodfella: And no mention of the greatest time traveller of them all: Barack Obama, fiendishly going back in time to plant phony stories in the Hawaiian newspaper of his birth.


That's because he goes back and erases mention of his time traveling. These comments will be gone later.
 
2012-08-24 12:54:31 PM  

Non-hypothetical evidence is observed every day with our GPS satellites. Hardwired into each one is an intensely precise clock, but every single one of those clocks gains exactly a third of a billionth of a second every day - but only once the satellites are launched. This is because "time travels faster in space than it does down below." Which means, that if we went to a black hole in the center of our solar system, we could slow the travel into the future aboard that ship by half. Adding to the possibilities, if we found a way to travel at 99 percent the speed of light, a single day could be a whole year of time on Earth.

WTF? Time dilation != Time travel
 
2012-08-24 12:56:25 PM  

liam76: cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it

I enjoyed reading his stuff.


Yeah, he was fun to read. Unlike most crackpots (if that's what he was) he had some definite writing skills. It seems to me that he actually seemed to be test-driving the John Titor character for a novel which never got published...shame, really, because it might have been a good read.
 
2012-08-24 12:56:57 PM  
But if there is Romneycare in the future, Subby, that means:

1. Romney won the election
2. He got Obamafail dismantled
3. He got his own plan implemented by Congress, implying that the Senate is no longer in the clutches of Dingy Harry Reid and the Do Nothing Senators
4. We invent time travel and regular trips are possible

I'll cheerfully stand in line for a doc appointment if all that's true.
 
2012-08-24 12:57:04 PM  

Mike_LowELL: Oh god, another web site dedicated exclusively to lists.

Fark the internet.


Yeah, there's a bunch, huh?
Someone should list them.
 
2012-08-24 12:58:11 PM  

miss diminutive: [images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 694x530]

Approves...while pocketing nifty gadgets.


unrealitymag.com

I always knew he was up to no good!

/hot
//Unlike that episode.
 
2012-08-24 12:58:50 PM  
I thought team Obama praised Romneycare and tinkered their own system after it. That was the party line a year ago, at least. Did I miss the new Democrat talking points memo?
 
2012-08-24 12:58:57 PM  
unambig.files.wordpress.com

Thera comin' fer yur jerbs
 
2012-08-24 12:59:26 PM  

OnlyM3: Wow, the political trolling has now inundated all sub-forums.

The modmins must be terrified of the polling data to start pushing their propaganda this hard.


// quite amusing.


So much this. I find myself often contributing to the debate, however, though usually only when it devolves into the religious bullshiat that is bound to follow
 
2012-08-24 12:59:31 PM  
Ooo, you can't say the word Romneycare, nor can you say the individual mandate was proposed by the Heritage Foundation approximately 20 years ago. Can't do that!
 
2012-08-24 01:00:06 PM  
caught.com
 
2012-08-24 01:03:16 PM  
Safety not guaranteed.
 
2012-08-24 01:05:30 PM  
testing
 
2012-08-24 01:06:34 PM  

sboyle1020: testing


Sorry for that, haven't been on Fark in YEARS and still remembered my password and lame username...
 
2012-08-24 01:07:12 PM  

machoprogrammer: Safety not guaranteed.


No one posted that dude's newspaper clipping yet? OMG you guys are slow today!
 
2012-08-24 01:10:13 PM  

MaxxLarge: I'm a time traveler.

The only problem is, I can only do it in one direction, and only in real time.


stolen
 
2012-08-24 01:10:23 PM  
www.smbc-comics.com
 
2012-08-24 01:11:18 PM  
The ignorant mock time travel, as safety's not guaranteed.

But at least one person has made it once before:

i257.photobucket.com

Why he chose to go back to 1850s, who knows...
 
2012-08-24 01:14:18 PM  

cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it


I never believed it, but it was a great story. Entertaining, thought provoking... and internally consistent. He had plausible answers for almost everything, and a lot of his science he discussed was true, and/or theoretically possible at least. Even his reason for wanting the old IBM made sense. All in all, it was a great work of fiction and I am glad I got to read/follow along with it.
 
2012-08-24 01:17:41 PM  
I am a time traveler from 1968 visiting the future. Please do not send me back. I just found out Richard Nixon would be elected later this year.
 
2012-08-24 01:19:40 PM  
I can see 20 minutes into the future.

But only on Network 23.
 
2012-08-24 01:20:48 PM  
 
2012-08-24 01:21:53 PM  
Somebody needs to make a really good, and as serious as possible, time travel movie. I'd go see it in a second.

I heard Primer was ok but still haven't seen it. Due to the subject matter, time travel movies seem to always be campy. I wish they'd make an actual 'what-if' time travel movie.
 
2012-08-24 01:25:25 PM  
THEY ARE ALL WRONG!!!!!

I INVENTED TIME TRAVEL....


The only problem is I can only travel forward. 1 second at a time.
 
2012-08-24 01:28:19 PM  
You guys aren't going to believe this, but I am a time traveler. I'm doing it right now. But I can only go in one direction.

And the best part is I am the only one. No one else can claim to do the same, or can post online saying they can.
 
2012-08-24 01:29:25 PM  
i2.photobucket.com
 
2012-08-24 01:30:27 PM  

indarwinsshadow: THEY ARE ALL WRONG!!!!!

I INVENTED TIME TRAVEL....

The only problem is I can only travel forward. 1 second at a time.


Which almost explains why you got scooped by MaxxLarge.

Almost.
 
2012-08-24 01:32:29 PM  
To quote Mr. DeNeal:

"My name is John Titor/I'm an American soldier/Tampa Bay, Florida/Year '36
I need a computer/To take to the future/So that the 38 bug can get fixed"

http://www.amazon.com/The-Tall-Tale-John-Titor/dp/B0035QGXD4

//Time Lloyd approves.
 
2012-08-24 01:32:42 PM  
They forgot Jose Canseco
 
2012-08-24 01:37:36 PM  
3.bp.blogspot.com

Well, they tried to fix the Doctor shortage, but they never got all the bugs out of the process.
 
2012-08-24 01:37:59 PM  
i48.tinypic.com
 
2012-08-24 01:42:20 PM  

miss diminutive: [images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 694x530]

Approves...while pocketing nifty gadgets.


fun fact! Robin Williams was cast for that part but had to cancel at the last minute. He has said it was one of his biggest regrets
 
2012-08-24 01:46:19 PM  

MaxxLarge: miss diminutive: Deal. Although I should probably pick a sword that's best suited to my physical characteristics.

Deal.

Good luck decapitating me with that thing, though.



For that, you need the 44 automag version.
 
2012-08-24 01:47:02 PM  
24.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-08-24 01:47:32 PM  
I am currently traveling through time, I'll be back last week.
 
2012-08-24 01:50:01 PM  
timeywimey.tv

Dude, you have to help me fake my death or something. I have to get out of here!
 
2012-08-24 01:58:51 PM  

jaytkay: I am traveling in time while typing this sentence.


are you getting a kick out of this?
 
2012-08-24 02:01:11 PM  
www.bit9.com

/heavy hot
 
2012-08-24 02:05:21 PM  
What, Al Bielek didn't make the cut?

List sucks.

\\\ thread over.
 
2012-08-24 02:05:50 PM  
www.toptenz.net

saysomethingfunny.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-08-24 02:07:15 PM  
24.media.tumblr.com
 
2012-08-24 02:09:29 PM  
data.whicdn.com
cache.thisorth.at
media.philly.com
 
2012-08-24 02:13:56 PM  
Why is Steven Hawking and time dilation on the same list as 9 other crackpots pretending to go the other way?
 
2012-08-24 02:18:18 PM  
Whew! Getting exhausted from all this traveling!
 
2012-08-24 02:18:30 PM  
Lazarus Long approves.
 
2012-08-24 02:29:24 PM  

cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it


Wasn't part of the story he needed the IBM360 for a "specific reason" that turned out only a handful of people who worked at IBM and the USGovernment in the 60's knew it was capable of doing and actually used for.
 
2012-08-24 02:29:42 PM  

MBooda: [data.whicdn.com image 500x333]
[cache.thisorth.at image 481x258]
[media.philly.com image 400x350]


The life of a repo man is always intense...
 
2012-08-24 02:30:19 PM  

Phoenix_M: cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it

Wasn't part of the story he needed the IBM360 for a "specific reason" that turned out only a handful of people who worked at IBM and the USGovernment in the 60's knew it was capable of doing and actually used for.


Yeah... it was one of the things that really kick started his popularity...
 
2012-08-24 02:36:34 PM  

stonicus: cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it

I never believed it, but it was a great story. Entertaining, thought provoking... and internally consistent. He had plausible answers for almost everything, and a lot of his science he discussed was true, and/or theoretically possible at least. Even his reason for wanting the old IBM made sense. All in all, it was a great work of fiction and I am glad I got to read/follow along with it.


I use to listen to Coast to Coast nearly every night. I'd always hear Art and George go on and on about him, but I've never actually read any of his posts. Is there an archive of them somewhere?
 
2012-08-24 02:38:39 PM  

The Third Man: Yeah, he was fun to read. Unlike most crackpots (if that's what he was) he had some definite writing skills. It seems to me that he actually seemed to be test-driving the John Titor character for a novel which never got published...shame, really, because it might have been a good read.


John Titor was awesome. I spent a good night some years ago reading the entire transcript of all his emails and forum posts, and it was really fascinating to hear his description of events.

Still utterly ridiculous, though. It was basically a militia/teabagger/survivalist wish fulfillment fantasy: America has a 10-year Civil War with itself between the rural heartland rubes and the urban ivory tower liberal city folk (in the form of "a Ruby Ridge type scenario once a month"). For no particular reason, the rest of the world gets involved and Russia nukes all the American cities, which allows the Real 'Mericans -- the side John Titor is on -- to win the war.

He had a lot of transgressions against the government, as his types often do. Completely implausible, but fascinating reading nonetheless.
 
2012-08-24 02:49:05 PM  

Jobber8742: stonicus: cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it

I never believed it, but it was a great story. Entertaining, thought provoking... and internally consistent. He had plausible answers for almost everything, and a lot of his science he discussed was true, and/or theoretically possible at least. Even his reason for wanting the old IBM made sense. All in all, it was a great work of fiction and I am glad I got to read/follow along with it.

I use to listen to Coast to Coast nearly every night. I'd always hear Art and George go on and on about him, but I've never actually read any of his posts. Is there an archive of them somewhere?


Dunno off the top of my head, but there are several sites you can get them all on... just google "john titor archive" or "john titor emails" or something...
 
2012-08-24 02:49:22 PM  

MaxxLarge: Ah, hell. Forget it. Let's just worry about it later, and go get some Gelato, or something.

That's the nice thing about being immortal - there's no real hurry.


Wowbanger the Infinitely Prolonged disagrees with you. And he'll probably insult you, too, once he gets around to id.
 
2012-08-24 02:50:19 PM  

Jobber8742: stonicus: cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it

I never believed it, but it was a great story. Entertaining, thought provoking... and internally consistent. He had plausible answers for almost everything, and a lot of his science he discussed was true, and/or theoretically possible at least. Even his reason for wanting the old IBM made sense. All in all, it was a great work of fiction and I am glad I got to read/follow along with it.

I use to listen to Coast to Coast nearly every night. I'd always hear Art and George go on and on about him, but I've never actually read any of his posts. Is there an archive of them somewhere?


Try: http://www.johntitor.com/
 
2012-08-24 02:52:12 PM  
timeywimey.tv

FOR SHAME PEOPLE!!! FOR SHAME!!!!
 
2012-08-24 02:59:30 PM  
http://www.cracked.com/article_18564_6-time-travel-realities-doc-brow n -didnt-warn-us-about.html copy and paste.
 
2012-08-24 03:01:47 PM  
Didn't this guy

www.toptenz.net

have a thing for this guy?

cdn2-b.examiner.com 

/I think Jack stole his pistol
 
2012-08-24 03:04:17 PM  

Rastapopulous: Somebody needs to make a really good, and as serious as possible, time travel movie. I'd go see it in a second.

I heard Primer was ok but still haven't seen it. Due to the subject matter, time travel movies seem to always be campy. I wish they'd make an actual 'what-if' time travel movie.


Primer was good. My only gripe was that towards the end it seemed like the writers went out of their way to make it difficult to follow...like they had a more fleshed out script and removed key scenes from it.
 
2012-08-24 03:06:54 PM  

Jumping the Fark: [timeywimey.tv image 700x530]

FOR SHAME PEOPLE!!! FOR SHAME!!!!


Oh boy...
 
2012-08-24 03:10:11 PM  
Give me a break - it took me a while to get that old computer to a point where I could get a Fark account.

Lets face it, the timeline I came from pretty much sucked, and though everything seemed to be going just as it happened, it didn't stop me from trying to make the one I live in now a better place. So this time around I made sure Bush got a second term. Though it didn't stop the underlying current of civil discontent, it did placate certain groups enough that it seems the disaster was averted. Its kind of a strange feeling that similar things are happening, but at different times than I remember, and certainly a different outcome thanks to the Lorenz Effect.

Its actually kind of refreshing having a few surprises.
 
2012-08-24 03:14:47 PM  
I feel more like I do now than I did a while ago.
 
2012-08-24 03:15:33 PM  
The trouble with time travel isn't when you land but where you land. Considering the constant, rapid speed that the Earth, Sun, and galaxy moves through space, jumping even a second forward or back will probably place you deep within the Earth or somewhere in outer space.

Just a thought...
 
2012-08-24 03:18:03 PM  
Fark, what has happened to you?

I used to enjoy lurking on science and geek threads so I could learn something or hear a cool story, bro. Or maybe just read something fantastical and well-written. In fact, I frequently search for old threads on space, time travel, and aliens just to have my mind blown by the occasional well-informed quip

now, all i find in potentially exciting threads are lame jokes, political garbl, and farking nonsense.

yes, i know "WELCOME TO FARK". but we used to be better than this.

I think the article tells some very cool stories (like the old french ladies and the british air force dude) and yet all anyone wants to do here is fill the thread with worthless comments.

where's the science!? where's the cool ideas for movies no one has ever made!? where's the informative and interesting CSBs?!

i demand a better thread, starting NOW!
 
2012-08-24 03:33:55 PM  

JTitor: Give me a break - it took me a while to get that old computer to a point where I could get a Fark account.

Lets face it, the timeline I came from pretty much sucked, and though everything seemed to be going just as it happened, it didn't stop me from trying to make the one I live in now a better place. So this time around I made sure Bush got a second term. Though it didn't stop the underlying current of civil discontent, it did placate certain groups enough that it seems the disaster was averted. Its kind of a strange feeling that similar things are happening, but at different times than I remember, and certainly a different outcome thanks to the Lorenz Effect.

Its actually kind of refreshing having a few surprises.


thank you
 
2012-08-24 03:37:33 PM  
blog.v-rag.com

Good read.
 
2012-08-24 03:54:42 PM  

Rastapopulous: Somebody needs to make a really good, and as serious as possible, time travel movie. I'd go see it in a second.

I heard Primer was ok but still haven't seen it. Due to the subject matter, time travel movies seem to always be campy. I wish they'd make an actual 'what-if' time travel movie.


More of a romance movie...but I did kinda like the Time Traveler's wife.
 
2012-08-24 04:00:02 PM  

Farkbert: Rastapopulous: Somebody needs to make a really good, and as serious as possible, time travel movie. I'd go see it in a second.

I heard Primer was ok but still haven't seen it. Due to the subject matter, time travel movies seem to always be campy. I wish they'd make an actual 'what-if' time travel movie.

More of a romance movie...but I did kinda like the Time Traveler's wife.


Timecrime is good as well. Spanish so you gotta either sprachen ze messican, or tolerate subtitles.
 
2012-08-24 05:20:03 PM  
I'm slowly working on an epic time-travel novel. I just wish somebody from the future would stop by with a complete MSS on a zip drive...

/whoo, hoo!
 
2012-08-24 05:32:37 PM  

MaxxLarge: miss diminutive: Well I...uh...but...

dammit.

Ah, hell. Forget it. Let's just worry about it later, and go get some Gelato, or something.

That's the nice thing about being immortal - there's no real hurry.


Good point. We'll settle this for good once the continents get back together.
 
2012-08-24 06:12:32 PM  

miss diminutive: Good point. We'll settle this for good once the continents get back together.


Good. Because I hate flying, and I'm scared of boats. I'm always afraid they're gonna go down like a harborside hooker during shore leave.

I may not be able to drown, but trying to breathe water still hurts like HELL.
 
2012-08-24 06:48:55 PM  

cman: John Titor #5?

WTF? That guy should be #1. It is amazing how many people bought his idiotic bullshiat.

Asshole claimed he went back in time to get parts for an IBM360, a computer made in the 1960s.

People for some reason bought it


Was that revealed to be a hoax?
 
2012-08-24 07:54:09 PM  

Rastapopulous: Somebody needs to make a really good, and as serious as possible, time travel movie. I'd go see it in a second.

I heard Primer was ok but still haven't seen it. Due to the subject matter, time travel movies seem to always be campy. I wish they'd make an actual 'what-if' time travel movie.


I'd love it if a good movie were to be made from:

LandStander: Of course, the Chronovisor isn't an actual time machine, because that would be silly; it was more like a time window. The device allowed anyone using it to look anywhere into the past, and watch whatever events they desired.

Orson Scott Card approves.


Unfortunately, the script I saw way back when on Card's own website (hatrack.com) started the movie in the second part of the book, right when they actually do travel back in time. The best part of the book is the first part, leading up to that.
 
2012-08-25 12:08:35 AM  
Good helloings sir and madame,

I am writing to be requesting your aid in a financial affair. I have traveled from the year 2108 where my country Kenya has fallen on poor fiscal times. I am traveling to the year 1922 to be making investments in stock markets which will rise in value by the time I return to my own time. I require a small loan of money to make the innitial investment. If you can send me the sum of 5,000 American dollars, this will allow me to make investments that will ensure my countries' financial future. In return I will use some of the monies to buy stock markets in your name which will rise in value to millions of dollars by the year 2012. Please assist me by forwarding the money and proving me with account numbers.

Sincerely Prince Umfufu XXVIII
 
2012-08-25 02:00:46 PM  

MaxxLarge: I'm a time traveler.

The only problem is, I can only do it in one direction, and only in real time.


Whatever, dude... I drove from New Mexico to Texas this morning and went forward an hour in a matter of mere seconds. Suck it.
 
2012-08-25 05:16:40 PM  
So now you know!!!!
 
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