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Q: What personal belonging would you include in a 100 yr time capsule?

If you could add something that is important to you that you would want to share with someone else 100 yrs later what would it be? 

7 years 34 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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In honor of kchur's decay of the english language, I'd include an Oxford dictionary. 

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I'd add my sabertooth tiger skull and go buy one of those blue Obama shaped dildos and a bag of spicy Cheetos.  Let future historians try to figure out what all that means.

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I guess I would put a photobook. I'm not sure what photos would be in it, maybe a collection of places I have gone and the people I know. Pictures can say a lot, more than technology and other objects.

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I think the whole idea of time capsules is outdated. With computers and the record keeping skills of our generation there would be no need to remember anything more then what we have.
Even pictures can be stored and reviewed years later. Maybe a Kmart sign would be about it as they will all soon be going by the way of the doodoo

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Come on thumbs down everything I say. rnrnPlease I like it thumbs down some more.

 
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Porn.
In case they don't have it in the future.

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The same things 'Jake Joliet"  Blues (John Belushi) of Blues Brothers fame, got when released from Prison.

Correction Officer: "One Timex Digital watch, broken, one used prophylactic, one soiled black suit and pants, 1 black hat, one pair of sunglasses and $23.07............Sign here!"  Smile

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An alarm clock, set to go off in 100 years! Or better yet, a recording of me screaming for help to let me out, set for half an hour before it is meant to be opened!laugh

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If this is a canister in China? I might be tempted to have a dump in it. If it's already buried then it's just another squat toiley, I'll wait for something better.

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