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I think I would just like to go out there, anywhere that you can see something amazing and never seen by earthlings...
History wise...I really can't think of an era. Every time I do, I know it would be spoiled from the splendor we have afforded it in our minds. My daughter wrote a short story for school where her and the Doctor met Amelia Earhart. By the way, Amelia, and the guy she was with, are fine and living in our distant future....so maybe something like that, hang out in the triangle and transport them to the future...happy endings for all, except those left behind of course.
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Ya know, I'd sure like to see game 4 of the 2004 ALCS when the Sox came from behind to beat the Yankees and start our amazing comeback that lead to the first World Series Win for the Sox in 86 years...NOT that I don't watch it on video all the time, but to be there in person when Roberts steals second! Especially with the way we're playing right now!
Otherwise, I'd LOVE to hear the Ombra mai fu exactly as Handel intended it.
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1. front-row seat to the american revolution: boston, continental congress, etc.
2. hang out and watch the creation of the Monitor and see how they did it.
3. whenever would be a good time to hang out with cary grant--loves much.
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Oooooh, oooooh! Good question! I'm sure the rest of the universe is nifty and worth exploring, but I want to experience history. First stop: 1900 New York City. Not sure why, but I'm fascinated by this period...the whole suffragette movement, a "dawning of a new age" etc. Then I'd hit the Renaissance period and all the major countries of that time (England, France, Italy). Maybe I'd even check out Henry the VIII and cure his oozing wound by pouring alcohol on it. I'd be super rich from his gratitude or burned at the stake as a witch (probably the latter, so maybe I'll skip that). The 1950's would be fascinating as well. OMG...so many times to visit! Who knows what out-of-place-and-time lifeforms I could encounter and others I could save without destroying the fixed points in time.
I also like that you would save the bunny. That is admirable. Can we go back throughout history and Gibbs Slap (or worse) animal abusers?
"Time is always wasted if you're not aiming for what you want."
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Keeping in mind the Doctor's Rules about not changing "Fixed" points in history, where would you go? What would you change?
I don't know if anyone else saw this news story: http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/8436103/e
I would go back in time and save the bunny.
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