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Shamalama 
Posted: 26-Mar-2004, 04:25 PM
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Annabelle:  I go into Space like on the Enterprise! Yea I'm a trekkie!



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Posted: 26-Mar-2004, 04:59 PM
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Annabelle:  I go into Space like on the Enterprise! Yea I'm a trekkie!


Shama, thats great!!! My brother and I always wanted to show up at the local Rennaisance faire as a Star Trek 'Away' Team!!

My gosh, I need a life...

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Posted: 26-Mar-2004, 05:37 PM
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QUOTE (Eamon @ Mar 26 2004, 01:59 PM)
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Shama, thats great!!! My brother and I always wanted to show up at the local Rennaisance faire as a Star Trek 'Away' Team!!

My gosh, I need a life...

Eamon

Being a SCAdian myself, I can appreciate the humor, and the total wrongness of that idea.
I'd love to see the reactions! lol.gif lol.gif


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To watch the battle at Bannockburn (from a safe distance, of course) - and to KNOW whether the battle took place down on the carse or upon dry hill... Archaeologists STILL can't decide where it really took place!

To be in a posh Edinburgh salon at the time of Robert Burns - to hear that charismatic man actually recite some of his own works.
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Posted: 26-Mar-2004, 05:48 PM
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Ren. Fests are wonderful. I like to dress in full jester gear and go with my owner. She dresses as a fine lady and keeps me on a leash (studded collar). I get to behave OUTRAGEOUSLY! biggrin.gif

Time travel offers many ideas for we who are amature history buffs. Woodstock might be fun.


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  Posted: 26-Mar-2004, 06:03 PM
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Here's my list, in no particular order:

The birth of Christ
Christ's crucifixion
The Battle of Hastings
Nuremburg trials
Drafting of the Declaration of Independence
Lee's surrender to Grant in the courthouse at Appamattox
The fall of the Berlin Wall


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QUOTE (gaberlunzie @ Mar 26 2004, 04:19 PM)
That's what I'm also thinking of since I'm reading this book...you wouldn't mind me going there, too?

Gabby, you are more than welcome anytime. wink.gif


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Posted: 28-Mar-2004, 12:55 AM
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Being future King I time travel all the time, Mark Twain and I were discussing just last week about Halleys Comet. If you have any questions about anything in history just let me know! I'll go check on it for you


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Posted: 28-Mar-2004, 01:23 AM
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Geez, this like asking a kid in a candy store to pick a few candies when he wants them all! Let's see...

New York, July 6, 1776- I want to see EXACTLY what the Black Watch's uniform looked like as they arrived in the colonies. I've spent much of my adult life researching this, and I would love to know for sure.

Camerone, Mexico, April 30, 1863- I want to see (from a safe vantage), the pivotal battle in the development of the central mythos of the French Foreign Legion.

Bethlehem, ca. BC/AD transition- I would like to be present at the birth of Christ, and to see if the Basilica of the Nativity is in the right place.

Jerusalem, app 30 years later- I would like to be present at the Crucifixion, then hang out for three days, and be there at the Resurrection.

Nuremberg, September 14, 1936- I, too, would enjoy watching Hitler's performance as an orator. By the way Eamon, a .40 cal Federal Hydro-shock round would be much more effective than a hollow-point. biggrin.gif

Trent, from 1545-1563 intermittently- to see the epochal Council of Trent.

Athens, app 400 BC- to see the trial of Socrates.

New Orleans, January 8, 1815- to see if the British troops really "... ran so fast the hounds couldn't catch 'em, on down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico."

Dublin, April 24, 1916- to see the Easter Uprising (not to be confused with the Resurrection! laugh.gif )

And about 1,000,000 others.


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Posted: 28-Mar-2004, 09:31 AM
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This is a wonderful thread...

I can not even think of where to begin..
because the right side of my brain,keeps yammering ....
something about Brave Sir Robin,
personally wetting himself at the Battle of Bristol !

Going to Pennisc , is like going back in time for two weeks..
but.. you know you go back to air conditioning and flush toilets when its all over..

The renaissance .. I think I could spend sometime there ..
Italy must have been hoppin !

Ancient Greece..

Just to get started...

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Andy , I am with you on the Uniform thing, I would love to see the clothes, and the Architecture..and the comforts of every day living we tend to take for granted


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I would like to go back to 1200s Scotland and see William Wallace fight. Just to see if the man lives up to the legend.

I would also love to go to the little island near New Caledonia where, during WWII, my dad served in the Marine Corps.

Washington, DC, to see MLK give his "I have a dream" speech.

Ancient Rome, to see the Senate in action.

Ancient Greece, to see the original Olympics. What would it be like if it was all still done naked?


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Posted: 01-Apr-2004, 11:40 AM
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Ancient Greece, to see the original Olympics. What would it be like if it was all still done naked?

A lot more popular! biggrin.gif
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QUOTE (maisky @ Apr 1 2004, 11:40 AM)
QUOTE (tsargent62 @ Apr 1 2004, 11:34 AM)


Ancient Greece, to see the original Olympics.  What would it be like if it was all still done naked?

A lot more popular! biggrin.gif

I would lend new meaning to the "pole" jump. tongue.gif
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Wow!

Yes to tagging along on the Enterprise.
No to listening Hitler, I agree on principle, but yech!
Yes to traveling on a clipper ship or at least watching them come into Boston Harbor.
Yes to Battle of Hastings, Stirling Bridge, Runnymede 6/10/1215, Waterloo, Signing of the Declaration of Independence, Dealy Plaza 11/22/1963.
No to Culloden, Crucifixion, Alamo,...
Yes to Lincoln Memorial 8/28/1963 (MLK's I Have a Dream), Gettysburg 11/19/1863 (for the Address, not the battle).

Also, I like to see one of Shakespeare's plays at the Globe Theatre (or is it one of Marlowe's plays? subject for another forum!)
Listen to Liszt and Chopin and Rachmaninoff, ...
Punt on the river Thames in the 1800's.
Go to a ball (before the Victorian era, I couldn't wear a whalebone corset!)
Go to a London nightclub in the '20s
Ride to the hounds (riding lessons would be necessary)
Go to Paris with a lover between the Wars (Hemingway's Paris).

Of course I'd want to experience these things as a member of the upper class!
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I've seen a number of productions at the New Globe theatre in London... MacBeth was brilliant 'in the round'..

It is an amazing structure - and well worth a trip, even if it is only to look around, rather than watch any Shakespeare!

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