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6th Sep '15 4:56:05 PM nombretomado
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30th Aug '15 8:13:31 PM drbreakfast
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* A conversational duel between two nineteenth century [[LargeHam Large Hams]] is observed by Morley from his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering]] and [[spoiler: Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."

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* InstantExpert: It takes Si weeks of training and preparation to achieve time travel. Kate and Julia both master it instantly just based on Si describing it to them, making the project volunteers look like chumps.
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A conversational duel between two nineteenth century [[LargeHam Large Hams]] bullies is observed by Morley from his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering]] and [[spoiler: Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."
13th Apr '15 2:56:27 AM Pastykake
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A classic time TimeTravel novel written in 1970 by Jack Finney. Commercial artist Simon "Si" Morley is chosen as a candidate for a government experiment in MentalTimeTravel. However, Si (through his girlfriend) has [[BornInTheWrongCentury a personal stake in]] the time period in question, which leads him to take a trip back to the New York of the 1880s. Slow-paced, exceptionally well-researched intrigue follows as Si attempts to solve a nearly hundred-year-old-mystery.

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A classic time TimeTravel novel written in 1970 by Jack Finney. Commercial artist Simon "Si" Morley is chosen as a candidate for a government experiment in MentalTimeTravel. However, Si (through his girlfriend) has [[BornInTheWrongCentury a personal stake in]] the time period in question, which leads him to take a trip back to the New York of the 1880s. Slow-paced, exceptionally well-researched intrigue follows as Si attempts to solve a nearly hundred-year-old-mystery.hundred-year-old mystery.



It helps that the Victorian Gothic Dakota Apartments received RetroactiveRecognition due to this novel, becoming once again the home to high-class artistes such as JohnLennon.

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It helps that the Victorian Gothic Dakota Apartments received RetroactiveRecognition due to this novel, becoming once again the home to high-class artistes such as JohnLennon.
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8th Nov '14 10:22:06 AM Bezy
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* A conversational duel between two nineteenth century [[LargeHam Large Hams]] is observed by Morley from his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering and Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."

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* A conversational duel between two nineteenth century [[LargeHam Large Hams]] is observed by Morley from his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering Pickering]] and [[spoiler: Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."
28th Oct '14 10:42:59 AM Bezy
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* A conversational duel between two nineteenth century {{LargeHam}}s is observed by Morley from his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering and Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."

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* A conversational duel between two nineteenth century {{LargeHam}}s [[LargeHam Large Hams]] is observed by Morley from his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering and Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."
27th Oct '14 11:55:11 AM Bezy
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* TheChosenOne: Si Morley. More accurately, he's one of the chosen few. Unusually for this trope, the process of finding and recruiting the very few people capable of time travel is portrayed as being handled rationally and systematically by the US government.

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* TheChosenOne: Si Morley. More accurately, he's one of the chosen few. Unusually for this trope, the process of finding and recruiting the very few people capable of time travel is portrayed as being handled rationally and rationally. The US government systematically by the US government.trawls through army records.
27th Oct '14 5:01:48 AM Bezy
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* Duelling nineteenth century {{LargeHam}}s observed by Morley with his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering and Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."

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* Duelling A conversational duel between two nineteenth century {{LargeHam}}s is observed by Morley with from his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering and Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."
27th Oct '14 4:51:04 AM Bezy
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* Duelling nineteenth century {{LargeHam}}s observed by Morley with his twentieth century perspective: "And now [[spoiler: Pickering and Carmody]] were acting their roles in a time when the melodramatic conventions of the stage were largely accepted as reality. Deadly serious, meaning every word, each of them, I think, was also appreciating his own performance."
23rd Oct '14 2:11:31 AM Bezy
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* TheChosenOne: Si Morley. More accurately, he's one of the chosen few. Unusually for this trope the process of finding and recruiting the very few people capable of time travel is portrayed as being handled rationally and systematically by the US government.

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* TheChosenOne: Si Morley. More accurately, he's one of the chosen few. Unusually for this trope trope, the process of finding and recruiting the very few people capable of time travel is portrayed as being handled rationally and systematically by the US government.
23rd Oct '14 1:08:53 AM Bezy
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* TheChosenOne: Si Morley. More accurately, he's one of the chosen few. Unusually for this trope the process of choosing is handled rationally and systematically.

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* TheChosenOne: Si Morley. More accurately, he's one of the chosen few. Unusually for this trope the process of choosing finding and recruiting the very few people capable of time travel is portrayed as being handled rationally and systematically.systematically by the US government.
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