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63 / M / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Sep 22, 2011
- 5′ 10″ (1.78m)
- Body Type
- Other, and laughing about it
- Virgo, and it’s fun to think about
- Dropped out of university
- Art / Music / Writing
- Relationship Type
- English (Fluently)
(b) Road Warrior, Blade Runner, Alien, M.A.S.H., Memento, Brazil, Time Bandits, 12 Monkeys and all things Kubrick.
A response to an e-mail:
Since I was told me about your attempt to save time, I have been taking
part in this effort also. Just since this morning, I have managed to bank
quite a bit. I was wondering how you are doing on your end. And also wanted
to know - When will I get this time back after I've saved it? I thought you
might know since you have much more time to research this
than I do. Oh, I forgot. Maybe you don't have time because you're saving it!
Let me know
The current universe is estimated to be about 13 billion years old, with a margin of error of + or - 13 billion years. Which of course could mean that the current universe is 26 billion years old or simply timeless. Some circles speculate that the current universe is expanding, if this is so, as space expands, so does time. At least or perhaps at most, that's how a theory can go.
As far as spending time that has previously been saved, it all depends upon where the time has been saved. You mention bank, I assume I am not to take this too literally. Spending saved time should be done carefully, when time is dragging, saved time can be used to speed time up. If time is speeding up, saved time can be used to slow it down, maybe even stop it. Caution. Stopping time could have some serious repercussions. Apparently it is sooner than you think, sometimes later. It should be quite clear by now, that time is of the essence.
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