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The 15 Best Time Travel Stories Of All Time

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celnicker: Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water....

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Xmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Xmas party, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Xmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Xmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Xmas party, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Christmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Christmas party, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas celebration, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Christmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Christmas party, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Christmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the 20th centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually TV.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what is wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Xmas celebration, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a job Xmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to glide through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Xmas party, and accidentally told his boss “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the probs of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late 19th and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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Ever since man first got drunk at a work Christmas celebration, and accidentally told his superior “how to fix what’s wrong with this company”, people have dreamed of time travel. The ability to shift through the firmament of time, as though it were water. To fix the problems of the past, and hit on aliens in the future. Time travel really hit its stride in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries, and became a standard fixture of novels, short stories, and eventually television.

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