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Bill Cutrer
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Lives in Kittery Point Maine
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I had to do some horse rustling this afternoon. Ask the goat, he'll back me up, he saw the whole thing.
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GOOD THING IT'S NO LONGER A HANGING OFFENCE

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Safe commute in this morning everybody. You know what is funny about Labor Day? Nobody did your work for you yesterday while you were away. So Get laboring people, that Death Star isn't going to build itself...
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So a follow up to the last post and  #drwho coming back. I've actually been daydreaming a lot of late about time travel. I'm curious if you had one chance, one shot for a round trip to the past how would you spend it?
Would you opt for Sentimentality and travel back to visit your father as a young man, or see your wife again when she began to bloom?

Would you travel for Personal Gain? Would you travel back to the 80's and invest heavily in Apple or place a huge bet on the Mets in the 86 Series? Would you give yourself 15 years of stock advice or Superbowl outcomes?

Would you travel for Meaning? Would you find yourself plopped down on the Mount of Olives? Would you travel way back to see the infancy of man? Would you lunch with Nietzsche? 

Would you travel for Adventure? Would you spend some nights at Sloppy Joe's in Key West with Hemingway or find yourself hitchhiking on the path of Kerouac? Would you join that "band of brothers" at the Battle of Agincourt or sign on to Magellan's crew? 

Would you travel to Alter History? Would there be crosshairs for Hitler, or a change in Archduke Franz Ferdinand's itinerary? Would you take penicillin back a thousand years? 

Would you travel to Undo Personal Affairs?  Would you rectify a mistake made in youth? Would you warn or save someone dear to yourself?

Finally would you go somewhere and not plan on ever coming back?

So as you can see I've had too much time on my hands this weekend. I would love to know what you would do. Feel free to share, I'm curious to see how many answers I would get.
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Unleash Jim on this time-travel thread. Jim has authored his own time travel opus, "Trickshot". He's such a time travel purist, that I often site sloppy, loop-hole ridden time travel stories as source, just to troll him. :)

For me, I would love to go back to my 15 year-old self and set myself straight on some things. Better yet, instead of visiting yourself, is waking up as your 15 year-old self with full recollection of your life into your late 40's is still considered time travel of a sort? If so, I'd opt for that option.

I'd make myself stick with the guitar. I'd have started my IT career much earlier. I would also guiltlessly invest in Microsoft, Apple and Amazon. Would knowing the outcome of Superbowls and World Series and placing bets be amoral and considered gambling? It's not like you'd be risking anything.

The moral of the story is youth is wasted on the young. Knowing then, what I know now but with youth, health and vigor? It would be a far more enjoyable youth than what I had.
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My wife saw this in a magazine and said "how did they get a picture of you?"
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I think I need to refine my circles and categorize them for better viewing. My stream in the last ten minutes was a post on Erasmus and an angry noodle. Oh and a bunch of political stuff....
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I view my stream in all circles mode and thoroughly enjoy the incongruity.

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Sorry folks,
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    PPC Manager, 2009 - present
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  •  Portsmouth NH Marketing Guy
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  • Red Sox Masochist
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I always return my cart to the coral at supermarket parking lots.
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Kittery Point Maine
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Wallkill NY - Buxton Maine - York Maine - Salt Lake City, UT - Monroe LA - Portland Maine - Bath Maine
Full service station that strangely usually has lower prices. Or then if prices drop they are the highest in town. In an area with no other gas, old time feel of good service.
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They are very knowledgeable and do great work. I've been impressed by the commercial landscaping they've done like at the Olive Garden in Newington.
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I used to use another a couple other salons in Kittery and York Maine for my haircuts, but when Rachel and Christina opened Red I had to go with them. (Rachel did the highlights and cut for my wife before our wedding). Being a guy I've never done the manicures or pedicures, but I've never had a bad haircut there.
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Great place to stop in for a relaxing cup of tea.
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I've seen Mike and Ethan's work at several residences and they do top notch work. They are a small crew so they can pay attention to detail.
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I hate going to the dentist. One of my absolute worst things to do, right up there with funerals. So when my dentist retired I've been putting off the visit. So my wife lovingly made me an appointment with Dr Gray. Went for my first visit today. It was a positive visit. Probably the most informative dentist I've ever had. The office was modern. He had digital ex-rays that were far more comfortable than any I've had before. I've got to get a little work done but I dread it slightly less now.
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