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Clock change coming

What a pain.
I wish they would just pick a time and leave it alone.

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Big deal. So we set it back by one lousy hour

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My guess is that a good number of us here would like to see the clock go back 30 or more years. Happy

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(NT) I'll go along with that 30 years.

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RE:Go back 30 years.

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30 years of knowing where things will "end up"?

Just imagine spending the time from 1997 KNOWING how you will feel in 2017. Of course for some that could be a good thing...

I guess IF you can go back 30 years....you CAN change the past...OR would you be changing the future?

Confused yet?

So many questions

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Might not matter

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If you could go back 30 years and change those things that drove us to the present, you would either mess things up even more or have people gripe that you did. Being dissatisfied with the road you took does not guarantee that the one you didn't take would have been better. To be a perpetual malcontent is longer tradition than than its opposite.

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would be a good idea

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about 12 years back would be a not bad idea Happy

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