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#880131 added April 23, 2016 at 9:54am
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Books Out Of Print, Time Travel
Blog City Prompt: If you had the power to wish books out of print, movies out of theatres and TV Programs, would you use it? Why or why not? What would be the risks?

I love going to Barnes and Nobles and hanging around and reading, so no I wouldn't wish books out of print. There are books I would never read but others like reading them. I don't think they had any business remaking Point Break. IT was Patrick Swayze and Keaneau Reeves movie. The same with True Grit. I love movies and there are some TV Shows I think are stupid, so I just don't watch them. Certain movies and TV Shows I wouldn't let be made but I wouldn't get rid of all TV Shows and movies. Outside of scrapbooking, stress relief coloring, I don't do much of anything else. I need my books, movies and TV Programs.

BCOF Prompt: If all expenses were paid, where and what time would you travel to?

I can only choose one time. I would go to Jane Austen's time and be with her. I love Jane Austen and would love to go to England. It would be fun to live in her time. Jane is someone I would want to meet and I admire her. Actually, if I could travel to Medieval times in England, I would like that, too. It would be fun to be a time traveler. If things got rough, I would just disappear into another time era. I think I would be safe in Jane's time. Maybe Darcy would be real. When do I leave?

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