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John Titor Poll

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Do You Think John Titor is a Time Traveler?
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<input type="radio" name="option" value="2" />No
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Unless of course "Alas Babylon" is an attempted fix for the pollution that John Titor has caused to our timeline, written by him or another time traveller. /ttiforum/images/graemlins/devil.gif
 
John Titor

Okay guys! this ones a doosey. Now john titor could be lying from the cruddy photos or the weird science, but we all have to remember something. Maybe in his universe everyone time travels daily, but its just that Kodak the camera company never quite got a hold on society. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
Hey john titor if you are a time traveler then who will be campaigning for the 2024 election. I am going to be in it! Who am i? LOL commandersisko
 
Re: John Titor

"Hey john titor if you are a time traveler then who will be campaigning for the 2024 election."
No one will be campaining, by that time I will already have acomplished total world peace, by issueing cookies to everyone. Think about it, have you ever been mad while eating a cookie. Ask yourself one questions.
"Do I like cookies?"
If the answer is yes, then you get to live and you get cookies. /ttiforum/images/graemlins/smile.gif Everyone wins.
Any way I will declare a new law, that people will just do what needs to be done. Everyone can take what they need, and everyone will share what they have. People will have everything infenately and nothing definately. If you catch my drift, if you don't you will.
Only time will tell what may come, so who are we to tell time what it will do.
 
Every passing day I have to believe in John Titnor more , but even if it is just a fairy tale, every single advancement in the sciences over the last 100 years was first predicted by science fiction stories.
 
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