History Heartwarming / TheTimeMachine

23rd Mar '13 7:35:30 AM Random888
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* Bridewell pausing before he and the others leave to seriously ask George if he's alright. Up until that moment it seemed that the only other ''real'' friend George had out of the group was Filby. It was a small, but nice touch
* In the book, The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of them with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."
* "One cannot choose but wonder. You see, he has all the time in the world."

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* Bridewell pausing before he and the others leave to seriously ask George if he's alright. Up until that moment it seemed that the only other ''real'' friend George had out of the group was Filby. It was a small, but nice touch
* In the book, The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of them with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."
* "One cannot choose but wonder. You see, he has all the time in the world."
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20th Mar '13 11:38:40 AM Aquila89
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* The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of them with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."

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* In the book, The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of them with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."
31st Jan '13 12:25:45 PM appleleaf
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* Bridewell pausing before he and the others leave to seriously ask George if he's alright. Up until that moment it seemed that the only other ''real'' friend George had out of the group was Filby. It was a small, but nice touch
31st Jan '13 12:19:32 PM appleleaf
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* The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of them with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."

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* The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of them with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man.""
* "One cannot choose but wonder. You see, he has all the time in the world."

2nd Feb '12 1:18:30 AM Aquila89
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* The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of the with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."

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* The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of the them with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."
16th Jan '12 1:16:29 PM Aquila89
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* The Time Traveler mentions that Weena used to put flowers in his pockets; he brought two of the with him to the present. At the end, the Narrator wonders about the fate of the Time Traveler and mankind, he closes with this: "And I have by me, for my comfort, two strange white flowers—shrivelled now, and brown and flat and brittle—to witness that even when mind and strength had gone, gratitude and a mutual tenderness still lived on in the heart of man."
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