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Daily Prompt: Time Capsule

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Day 6. The year is drawing to a close. What would you put in a 2012 time capsule?

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Oo! Oo! This is a good one! Myself, perhaps? No, I don’t think they could find a tube big enough. Plus, I’m extremely claustrophobic, so not one of my best ideas. On the other hand, if I could be cryogenically frozen for fifty years or so (no way I’d reach that on my own steam, there’s not that many years left on the old clock any more), it would be amazing to see what the future looked like. That’s if, of course, there’s a future to see.

Maybe they would be more understanding, actually get me. Now that would be great, not having to explain why I behave the way I do. Yeah, you got it, I’m crazy. But they could study me, intellectually rather than physically I must state. Can’t have any of those proby-thingamy-bobs shoved in places where they’re not meant to go! I’d have to draw the line at that.

However, I’m going off on a tangent again, and all of my ramblings are closer to the makings of a Sci-Fi movie than rational thinking. People want serious answers, dummy.

So, lets ditch the crazy and bring out the sane reasoning. If I could put something in a 2012 time capsule… oh bugger it, I like the Sci-Fi option far better, serious sucks.

A far better depiction for the pupose of a time capsule go to:

The Cheeky Diva – excellent pick.

Renato Vasconcellos David – beautiful poetry.

Natalie Elizabeth Beech – truly touching.

TheMatticuskingdom – now why didn’t I think of something like that!

Hope The Happy Hugger – heart touching moment.


      • djmatticus says:

        Really? I think it would be awesome to somehow throw ourselves into the capsule so we could emerge and experience the futures for ourselves! of course, I do enjoy everything going on currently too, so I would need them to have perfected time travel so I could come back and live the life here I was suppsoed to live the first time around… that wouldn’t cause too much of a problem, would it?

      • sarahneeve says:

        Brilliant idea. It would be great to rectify past mistakes, and live a better life. Think of all the stock market info you would have. Ah, to live a more comfortable life!
        So, no, I don’t think it would cause that much of a problem. 😉

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