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Also about History+5Leftists HATE bad orange man because of how beautiful we made Capitol Hill. We changed the world amirite?
Also about years and past+80Having a paper map went from being one of the biggest flexes of power and wealth in ancient civilization for thousands of years. To being something nerdy and irrelevant in the past 20ish years, amirite?
Also by Framie1+108If you leave toast out it gets soft, but if you leave bread out it gets hard. amirite?
Also about History+1Leftists HATE bad orange man because of how beautiful we made Capitol Hill. We changed the world amirite?
Also about History0Leftists HATE bad orange man because of how beautiful we made Capitol Hill. We
changed the world amirite?
Also about earth, past, and traveling+47We all contain the ability to time travel. Each person has individualized memories that we can get lost in; is that not traveling through the past? Our memories may be tainted by emotions and cultural bias, but together, collectively, mankind has something that many other species on earth don't have: we have a recorded past. And this is why many people cannot just live in the moment. This is why we need the concept of a future, amirite?
Also about years, history, and past-24Leftys are to stupid to understand: if something good happened to America, it's cause Trum.p was president the past 4 years. If something bad happened: it's cause someone else was president the past 4 years. This fact should be taught to all kids in highschol as part of history class. amirite?
Also by Framie1+44Since before the universe there was nothing, and everything came from that nothing, everything is nothing and nothing is everything. amirite?
Also about impossible+45According to the law of conservation of mass, it is impossible to create or destroy matter. This disproves time travel as it would violate said law. Sending mass back in time increases the amount of energy that exists at that particular moment, and depletes it at the point in time from which the matter had been sent, thus deeming time travel physically impossible, amirite?