Let's face it: kids are kind of stupid. It's not their fault; they're kids. They're still at the age when they think school is a cruel gauntlet invented by adults to wring all joy from their souls. We've all been there.
Movies always have us using time travel to fight wars, force our parents to bone, and other types of serious business. Of course movies predicted we'd be doing serious things with computers, and we ended up using them for ... well, silly bullshit like this. Here's what we'll actually do with time travel.
Apartment renters are the angriest and most jaded people on the planet. On one hand, I see where they're coming from: Every day, dozens of people call a renter and visit his/her apartment. The renter has to answer the same questions over and over again, they need to tour people around, and they need to feign excitement.
Chances are that currently you are being a bad employee. Still, you'll never be worse than these guys.
I'm shocked that Hollywood refuses to acknowledge that women have histories as well, utterly ignoring any franchise aimed at girls. Like jealous, insecure boyfriends, the studios don't want to think about a woman's past; instead they are content to force-feed her romantic comedies and period pieces about oppressed women weep-running over moors. I t
What if fancy statues and monuments weren't just reserved for war heroes, presidents and important historical events? What if the stupid things got memorials too?
People who can't be bothered to care about insurance can be made to pay attention, for some reason, when there is a British lizard talking at them. That's why corporations all over have made cartoony animals and interesting humans the face of their company, fusing them with their logos like some kind of horrifying cyborg.
A person can paint something with no guarantee it'll be around in a few years. But when a sculptor creates a horrifying monument to his own insanity, that shit gets erected in city park or town square somewhere.