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February 26, 2012

Pick a time, any time.

Time travel is still a thing of fantasy, but being creative folks we're sure you can roll with this topic: If you could live in an another time period, when would you choose? Are you nostalgic for the ways of old or are you someone who is inspired by the now? Perhaps your time has yet to come? We're curious to know what era suits your fancy and has you yearning to take a joyride in that infamous DeLorean?

 

01.26.12 / 3:32 PM
We at Design is Love tend to vary in our opinions for the perfect time period, but one thing is absolutely true... we are so happy to be sharing in the here and now with all of you. As this community continues to be cultivated and grow, we can't think of a better time to be living in. We are inspired day in and day out by your involvement and we look forward to an even brighter future with all of you
02.12.12 / 11:31 AM
using "midnight in paris" as the model, i too tend to have a romanticized view of certain times in the past. however it's difficult to imagine traveling into the past. i'm too attached to advancements that bring me immediate satisfaction like central air, 24 hour gas stations & emergency rooms.

i've said before that i need more discipline and perhaps venturing back in time to a "simpler time" is what i need? also, to be completely honest, i'm terrified of where we are going as a people and escaping back in time seems to be the most logical thing to do.

answer the question grabell... i'd choose no other time than now. the past has happened and there was enough wrong with it for me to not buy into the fantasy of time travel. the future hasn't happened yet and there may be some good that comes out of it. enough of a possibility for me to hang here in the present and try harder.

i choose now. besides, it's where all of my family & friends are.

inwords

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