If you’re from the future, you wouldn’t need an RSVP

typed for your pleasure on 6 May 2005, at 2.55 pm

Sdtrk: ‘Tiger in my tank’ by My bloody valentine

Sorry for the short notice, but anyone who happens to be at the Time Traveler Convention tomorrow, could you get a couple of snaps for me? Doumo!

The Time Traveler Convention
May 7, 2005, 10:00pm EDT (08 May 2005 02:00:00 UTC)

(events start at 8:00pm)
East Campus Courtyard, MIT
3 Ames St. Cambridge, MA 02142
42:21:36.025°N, 71:05:16.332°W
(42.360007,-071.087870 in decimal degrees)

What is it?

Technically, you would only need one time traveler convention. Time travelers from all eras could meet at a specific place at a specific time, and they could make as many repeat visits as they wanted. We are hosting the first and only Time Traveler Convention at MIT on Saturday, and WE NEED YOUR HELP!

This sucks. It’s kinda like when whitehouse were performing in Cleveland OH a couple of years ago, and I couldn’t drive to the show, as my brakes needed repair. I’d love to go to this convention, but I have no TARDIS! Grr.
Could someone from the future maybe give me a ride? I’ll go halfsies on gas.. or crystals.. or Shizuma drive, or whatever the hell your conveyance runs on

Random similar posts, for more timewasting:

Albert Speer couldn't make something this creepy on February 6th, 2005

At least he didn't have a tiny knife or gun on June 17th, 2007

2 have spoken to “If you’re from the future, you wouldn’t need an RSVP”

  1. quaisi writes:

    I heard somewhere a good theory about time travel. Maybe you know where it`s from (a film/blog or something. They said Time travel will never be invented because if so somebody would have come back by now and told us about it.

    What do you think?

    P.S. Not trying to burst your (and my) happy bubble 🙂

  2. Davecat writes:

    That.. that’s a valid point, actually. Or maybe they haven’t yet come back to our time and told us about it! Or maybe they forgot.

    My big thing is the whole alternate universes concept. Like in the first Back to the Future film, Marty McFly leaves his shitty life, goes back in time, gets everything sussed chronologically, and comes back to a really good life. A theory I’ve read and support is that Marty left his timeline, got everything sussed chronologically, and came back to a really good life in some other Marty’s timeline. So I think the biggest problem we’ll encounter if/when we develop time machines is being able to return to our original starting point. Devil’s in the details!

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