This is science fiction. Let me get that across. Now, I shall make yet another reference to all the sci-fi books I read. In one, a man is put in suspendened animation to go to another Earth time line, a parallel dimension. Using brain waves from dolphins, electricity, a goo substance to prevent him from moving, you know, he moves around in this dimension, and a breathing tube. He went to the "Other Earth" and found out why this Earth time line wanted to steal energy and ozone from other Earth time lines. he did, their time line was so messed up, they depleated it of it's resources and needed more.yardgames said:Science-fiction expert, is it actually possible to suspend someone in time? One would think he would have needed Malcolm's advice for something like that.
It's probably for statistical reasons. Other stores do it too. It might be to see how far people travel to get to the store. Some sort of corporate research or something. This is all speculation, though.Dewey said:I have a question though:
Why do they ask for your address (at least your zip-code) whenever you purcahse batteries from Radio Shack? - i don't get that at all.
And she says that while she is shaving Hal's hairy naked body - not only in front of the family, but in the kitchen, of all places