To be honest, I don't really want to know the future, I'd rather just kinda cross that bridge when we come to it.
I'd rather go into the past. Metting Jesus would be epic. Ancient Greece would be epic, ancient Rome would be epic, medieval England would be epic, the Renaissance would be epic, etc. At least the violent periods would be epic from the perspective of an outsider who's not actually getting involved in it and just observing what happens. I mean, not that I want to see anybody get hurt, that's not what I'm implying.
111 - Jessica Jones & Hunger Games Part 3 Part 2
Another week another this show we do. This week we're all about Marvel's new Netflix series Jessica Jones as well as the last Hunger Games movie. Plus Peter Jackson on the failures of The Hobbit, Wonder Woman, more Riddick stuff, Justice League Dark and Shrek for some reason.
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Neither. Past has been glorified to much. I bet Romans weren't as glorious as they appear in the Hollywood movies and the like. It was still hard to live for most average folks in the past. Nothing really glorious or amazing.
As for the future probably not since I can be in ruins. If humanity can turn it around in like 1000 years maybe but with history repeating itself not a chance.
Past for sure. I've always wanted to see the ancient Egyptians and the American Revolution. Also, there are plenty of performances from many artists that I would go to see and I'd probably go back to historical events.