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You ever feel like you were born in the wrong time/era?
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Posted 2/18/13

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The answer to this question is quite obvious, I find your inability to discern it for yourself amusing.


Then why can't you state the obvious?
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I wish I was born in 2005. I'd be a kid. Of a new generation. I really miss being a kid. It sure beats highschool and the long hours of working over time.
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its not that I can't, its that I won't
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Posted 2/18/13

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its not that I can't, its that I won't


Why won't you?
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The answer to this question is quite obvious, I find your inability to discern it for yourself amusing.
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Posted 2/18/13

thekevin4 wrote:



The answer to this question is quite obvious, I find your inability to discern it for yourself amusing.


Then why can't you state the obvious?
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its not that I can't, its that I won't
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I feel fine where I'm at. I admit I've had fantasies of other times.

But a lot of those fantasies have been romanticized by fiction - as a woman in many cultures a 100+ years ago I'd have been treated as an inferior thing often considered naive and not understanding of how the world works.
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No I kinda think if I had to be born then the time I was born in was a pretty good time to be born, it might change when some awesome new technologies come out and then I'll think "I wish I was younger so I could enjoy that for longer".
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Posted 2/18/13

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its not that I can't, its that I won't


Why won't you?
Posted 2/18/13
I don't think there's anything they had back then that I could want that I can't just recreate now.
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20 / F / ireland
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With medicine and a whole load of other advancements I'd say there has never been a better time to be alive then now.

But I sometimes wonder what it would have been like to have lived in blitz-era England, where I could help fight against Nazi's and there would be no computers to distract me,less cars and not too backward medically and when women could do loads of war-work. I could have been blown to bits in a bomb blast or crushed under rubble in the tube. Doing something useful I suppose.

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26 / M / NY
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Yes, but I am torn between the past and the future. My love of the warrior code makes me wish I was born in the Sengoku period my love of all things technological make me wish I was born in the far future.
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I'm glad that I was born in the 90's. Of course, I didn't get to enjoy the 90's at its best since I was too young to do many fun things.
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I'd love to have been born in the late 19th century. Back before Kurt Godel and all those other smarty pants ripped the foundation out from under everything. Back when we still believed in SCIENCE! as a savior, and that the world continuing to get better was the natural course of things.
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