Really, anything you do messes up the space time continuum. I think about this alot when I'm bored. Say, you go back just a week ago and instead of going to McDonalds you go to Taco Bell. Think of all things that little shift changes: traffic patterns, waits in lines, etc. and how it affects other people's days and what they're doing.
It's the whole butterfly and hurricane thing.
All of the things you're coming up with are great ideas, but you can't drastically change anything! No pushing Yoko ahead of John, no getting lottery tickets with the winning numbers, no assasinating the popular kids at school (and seriously, you need to speak to someone about your feelings, sounds to me like you've got some issues... )
1 - Check out dinosaurs
2 - Visit Roswell, NM, on that fateful day...
3 - Go into the future until I see flying cars
4 - Go see some bands I missed (Original Genesis lineup, Queen)
5 - Go back to June 2001 and get video footage of Robb and Walt crashing tubs on the flyers at Knoebel's! Trust me, this is something that should have been captured on video (runner up here would be getting Joey's near death experience at Toverland on tape!)
1) Go back to the day the earth was created!
2) I would like to visit the year 10000!
3) I would like to go back and pick the wining numbers for the Big Game when the Jackpot was 250 million!
4) Check out the dinosaurs!
5) See what I will be doing in 15-30 years!
-Travel until i reach the LAST coaster ever made on the earth.
-Check out the year 3000.
-Go to the frist day this forum was created, then be the third person to join.
-Travel to the night of Chernoybl (not sure how to spell)
-Travel ahead and see if getting good grades will pay off.
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