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What year would you rather live in instead of the twentieth century?

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2006-08-17 21:31:55
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I have a few things to say: First, we live in the 21st century. The 20th century is the years 1900-1999. Second, I'm not going to waste my time trying to figure out what year I'd like to live in. Since there's no working time machines, it isn't possible for you to go back or forward in time. Third, I know that this probably isn't the knid of answer you were looking for, but maybe someone else will answer where they's like to go.

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