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    Time Period

    If you could visit any time period, you would choose:

    the era of "Romeo and Juliet" , Jesters, horse jousting, and princes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrslr
    If you could visit any time period, you would choose:
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    From a romantic standpoint I'd say the "free love" Haight/Ashbury era of the late 1960's from an American standpoint and the time of Camelot from a world-wide standpoint.

    From a historic standpoint I'd say the time of the Civil War for America, and either the reign of Ramses II or during the life of Christ from a world-wide.

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    I'd like to visit Central America during the time of the Aztec civilization, it would also be neat to see San Francisco during the Gold Rush. Also Venice Italy during the Renaissance or ancient Rome.
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    I guess I'd be smoking weed and putting flowers in my hair with Daddio in '60's San Francisco...if for nothing else, for the way cool music and rebelliousness
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    I like Queen B's idea of Renaissance Italy.

    Strap me in a corset and I'm good to go! Venice or Florence would be wonderful.

    Although I also love Elizabethan England...I guess anywhere I can wear a corset and a huge elaborate gown is fine!
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    I think the time period between the Revolutionary war and the Civil War. I would have made a great southern belle. Love the big hoop skirts and all that.
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    wow, this one's a toughie. (in a good way) Looking back on the romanticism of the previous centuries is tempting, but I need the conveniences. Like plumbing and electricity.

    I was a kid during the 60s - and there were so many changes going on. It was a tough time - for young and old. Of course there were the parties, the flower children and the rebels. But there was so much unrest (both civil and racial), which was more common than the peace movement.

    Of course there are many more eras, but no one is here for a history lesson.

    I'll stay here, keeping the status quo.

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    The early 1930's--- at the speakeasies, as a former flapper-girl.

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