Problems and Paradoxes in Conversation and Timetravelling

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September 12, 2017
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Problems and Paradoxes in Conversation and Timetravelling

A little Story about common Problems and Paradoxes in Conversation and Timetravelling these Days
(Told by using the Lyrics of a very old Song)

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Tim Karsko

September 12, 2017
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  1. Timetravelling Conversation Problems Paradoxes A little Story about common these

    Days and and in
  2. Morrow in the state of Ohio. to a little town

    called just about a year ago I started on a journey,
  3. Morrow I’ve never been much so I really didn’t know

    that was the hardest place I’d ever try to go! of a traveller,
  4. Morrow So I went to the station for my ticket

    and applied for tips regarding not expecting to be guyed
  5. Morrow to go to Said I: “My friend, I’d like

    and return no later than for I haven’t time to burn.” tomorrow
  6. Morrow Said he to me: “Now let me see if

    I have heard you right: and return night.” You’d like to go to tomorrow
  7. Morrow Morrow “You should have gone to yesterday and back

    today, for the train that goes to is a mile upon its way...”
  8. Morrow Morrow “If you had gone to now don’t you

    see, yesterday you could have gone to and returned today at three.”
  9. Morrow “For the train today to if the schedule is

    right, today it gets to and returns tomorrow night.” Morrow
  10. Morrow on the line, now tell me that!” there is

    a town called you’re talking through your hat, Said I: “My friend, it seems to me
  11. Morrow “There is,” said he, “But take from me a

    quiet little tip, to go from here to is a fourteen hour trip.”
  12. “The train today to leaves today at 8:05, at half-past

    ten is the time it should arrive.” tomorrow Morrow
  13. Morrow tomorrow “So if from here to is a fourteen

    hour jump, can you get anywhere and get back today, you chump?”
  14. Morrow Morrow Said I: “I’d like to go to so

    can I go today, and get to by tonight if there is no delay?”
  15. tomorrow “Well, well”, “And I’ve got no more to say,

    can you get anywhere and get back again today?” said he to me,
  16. Morrow Said I: “I guess you know it all, but

    kindly let me say, how can I get to if I leave this town today?”
  17. Morrow Morrow anymore today, Said he: “You can not go

    to for the train that goes to is a mile upon its way!”
  18. Morrow I was so disappointed, I was mad enough to

    swear, the train had gone to and it left me standing there.
  19. Morrow The man was right in tellin’ me: “You are

    a howlin’ Jay, you can not go to ”
  20. – So I guess in town I’ll stay!

  21. None
  22. These lyrics were originally written by Lew Sully in 1898,

    who borrowed the tune from a traditional irish folk song. The song became more popular in the 1950s performed by the pop folk singer Bob Gibson, and then later again by “The Original Kingston Trio”. Nevertheless i prefer and recommend the version of “Jim Hensons Muppet Show” which you will easily find on YouTube. :) Font: Geometric 231. For further informations contact Dr.Tim@gmx.de