Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by BlackberryPie, Nov 26, 2020.
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Then again, you could always have the misfortune of having a time machine that can only travel between November 2020 and November 1974. At that point, you might as well make the best of your situation.
What if you go in the future and are dead then can't return?
How could you "go to where you aren't"?
Yeah, but you'd have to have banknotes from the period to pay for it. How much would a $5 silver certificate from the period set you back to buy a BU roll of 1916-Ds?
Why banknotes? Why not 5 circulated common date morgans? And where in my post did I mention a roll?
You got me.
Anyway, he got the girl to fall in love with him, but when she laughed at the clothes he was wearing, he started showing off how good it was, but then he pulled a coin from one of his pockets which was a coin from his time...1980 and was sucked back to his real time. It's a great movie for those that liked Christopher Reeve and time travel.
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