Nobody stupid enough to bid on it as of 8:50pm 23 June 2004...
Howard Lee Harkness
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I really wanted that machine, so I bid $10,000, and I WON!
But after three or four months, I decided that I paid too much, and I'd
rather spend the dough on new tools. So I went back in time, undid my bid,
and it's like it never happened. Is that amazing or what?
actually there is a simple test. as proven on bill and ted.
sit down and say to yourself, PROMISE yourself, that if you are ever able to
go back to the past from the future, say to a point when you are 16 years
old. you absolutely swerar you will bring your past self some information
from the future that will make you rich.
now... if you are ever going to be able to time travel in the future, that
should retroactively make you rich changing all reality around you.
what, it didnt happen? well looks like you arent going back to the past, in
...and don't forget that damn butterfly effect... just step on a butterfly and
then watch for the differences in the future. They can be drastic!
In which case, to get rich, all you'd need to do is collect a penny from the
ground and cherish it (in the past), you'd get rich in the future and you
know it (knowing that damn butterfly effect, that is!)!
"should be transported", "you may even be physically transported in time"
Before I plunk down my hard earned cash, I want a guarantee... Not
"should", nor "may be", but "will" and "absolutely".
Also, I at least want to read an owners manual so I don't screw things up.
Then again, who reads manuals???
word in the Microsoft Office manuals. Someone help me out if my memory is
fading -- Word 6, Access 2, Excel 4, PowerPoint (?)...
I still read every word on every page of the manuals MS sends out with
Office. The fact they don't send out printed manuals anymore makes the
reading go much quicker. ;-)
P.S. I have to use MS Word because it's "The Corproate Standard." IMO it's
still not as good at graphics and the user interface as Samna's AmiPro for
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