Tag Archives: Time Travel

The History of the Midnight Express

Loverboy Dennis, Jim Cornette, and Beautiful Bobby at a library
Loverboy Dennis, Jim Cornette, and Beautiful Bobby – The Midnight Express.  Pictured here at the library

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Hello this is Travish.  This is my paper on the history of the Midnight Express.  Who are the Midnight Express?  I haven’t gotten to that point yet.  When I get to that point, you will know.

Ok the Midnight Express were a tag team from the 80’s.  Some say they were the greatest tag team of all time.  I say it’s either them or the Rock ‘n Roll Express.  Tony Schiavone said the Andersons.  WWE would probably say something stupid like Sahwn Michaels and HHH.  Vince McMahon, if you are reading this, you are a COMPLETE IDIOT.  Also, tell Stephanie I hate her and she is stupid.

I did research for this paper.  I asked a librarian about the Midnight Express.  The librarian gave me a ECNYCLOPEDIA link.  Not Wikipedia.  Encyclopedia. Continue reading The History of the Midnight Express

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Chat Questions of Future Past

I don’t THINK this is a working time mahcine

[Libarian From The Present Day 12:43:01]: Librarian ‘(Censored)’ has joined the session.

[LFTPD 12:43:27]: I am currently helping another customer. While you are waiting, please type your question. If you cannot wait, feel free to chat with us later, email us or talk with a Librarian in Telephone Reference at (censored)

[Travish 12:45:54]: I am researching time travel (non-fiction).  Can you help me find people that claim to have invented time machines?

[LFTPD 12:55:24]: I can only google this topic if you would like. Please hold

[Travish 12:57:47]: Thank you

[Travish 13:02:55]: I have to go to my weightlifting class now (late).  I will ask again later, or, if their machines are LEGITIMATE, I will ask in the past.

[Travish 13:03:04]: Patron ended chat session.

[LFTPD 13:04:48]: Please check these links:

[LFTPD 13:04:54]: <http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/05/14/time-machine-patents_n_5323023.html>

<http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/13/130412-iranian-time-machine-time-travel-grandfather-paradox>
<http://www.smosh.com/smosh-pit/articles/people-who-claim-have-traveled-through-time>

<http://www.smosh.com/smosh-pit/articles/people-who-claim-have-traveled-through-time>

<http://www.mandatory.com/2012/08/08/10-men-who-claim-to-have-traveled-through-time>

[LFTPD 13:06:23]: I’m very sorry, but I have to log off now.  If you’d like more help with your question, please login again and another librarian will be able to assist you.  I apologize for any inconvenience.

Travish’s Commentary:

In the future, I will go back in time and as the libarian this question.  So I will go to the past, but I will do this in the future (since I don’t have a LEGITIMATE time machine in the present).  That’s it, that’s what future past is!!!

The Time Traveler’s Libarian

16:28 Travish: example, in back to the future time travel is silly and missions are completed by use of a car and plutonium. but i need REALISTIC sicence fiction sub genre: time travel that also include sub genre restored Eden. time machine by hg wells was close to this, but the future was like half restored Eden and half dystopian.

16:28 Libarian From A Northeastern State’s Libary: please wait

16:31 LFANSL: okay

16:33 Travish: fiction, subgenre: science fiction: subgenre: realistic time travel (and within time travel restored Eden).

16:33 Travish: (NOT fantasy)

16:40 Travish: hello

16:41 LFANSL: I am still helping someone

16:42 LFANSL: We don’t carry that type of material. We focus on (State) government and industry

16:43 Travish: oh no

16:44 LFANSL: You might want to look at a public library

Travish’s Commentary:

This Northeastern state government probably devotes it’s resources to time travel (non-fiction) instead of realistic science fiction with time travel and restored Eden sub-genres.

Chat Questions of the Past’s Future

Wolverine and Mystique team up for the new poster for X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Can anyone explain a future past?????

 

Question: What are days of future past?

[Big City Reference Libarian 10:45:28]: Librarian ‘(Censored)’ has joined the session.

[BCRL 10:45:32]: Hello. Welcome to the (Censored) Chat Service!  I am reviewing your question now. (At the end of our chat session, if the e-mail  address you provided is correct, you will receive a complete transcript in your in-box.)

[BCRL 10:46:52]: Are we referring to the new X-men movie that is to hit the movie theater this coming Friday?

[TRAVISH 10:49:11]: Yes, but what does it mean?

[TRAVISH 10:53:32]: I don’t understand what a day of future past is

[BCRL 10:53:59]: Thank you for waiting. In this case, despite much searching, no official dictionary definition was found.

[BCRL 10:54:24]: In this case, it most likely refers to the storyline itself.

[TRAVISH 10:54:31]: I know!  It’s like they don’t want you to know what it is!

[TRAVISH 10:54:36]: Oooh

[TRAVISH 10:54:44]: So if I see the movie I will know?

[BCRL 10:54:53]: “Days of Future Past” is a popular storyline in the Marvel Comics comic book The Uncanny X-Men issues #141 and #142, published in 1980. It deals with a dystopian alternative future in which mutants are incarcerated in internment camps.”

[TRAVISH 10:55:39]: So in the future past, mutants are in internment camps?

[BCRL 10:56:05]: Most likely, it is referring to the past of an alternate future timeline.

[BCRL 10:57:30]: In this case, I am afraid that you will have to wait until the movie comes out, watch it or read about it afterwards to find out what it means.

[TRAVISH 10:59:05]: Ok, THANK you for your help

[TRAVISH 10:59:33]: Travish out

[TRAVISH 10:59:37]: Patron ended chat session.

[BCRL 11:01:59]: Anytime! Thank you for using (Censored) Chat Service, and have a nice day. All the best! Bye now.

15:25 Travish: What are days of future past???

15:25 Nosy Midwestern Liberrian: hello

15:26 NML: My name is (Censored) and I am at (Censored) Library

15:26 Travish: My name is Travish Continue reading Chat Questions of the Past’s Future