Four-Digit Game: When Would You Like to Go?

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Dejan Gavrilovic

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    Well, hello there... 

    Welcome to our informal journey through time!

    (Of course, I’m inspired by Christopher Nolan’s Tenet movie I watched the other day! Twice in a row, if I may add: Apparently, I could not entirely fathom his script and whole 150 minutes of bending my mind in one take.)

    Indeed...

    If you could pick one period in human history to live in, 'when' would you choose?

    Would it be the eighties and their awful-haircuts or the peace-loving 1970s? Maybe 1960s or even 1950s? (We might have one Super Admin who'll pick up the latter, but then again, who knows?) 

    Perhaps the beginning of the 20th or the industrially revolutionized 19th century? Or the Wild West era? Maybe the Antebellum period of the 18th century? 

    Could it be the Baroque and golden ages of the 17th century, or if you’re into the peak of samurai culture, the Tokugawa Shogunate? If you opt for Venice at this particular time-frame, you most certainly have to visit Il Ridotto, the first-ever casino!

    Or…

    Would you like to join Leonardo da Vinci, Magellan, Cortes, Shakespeare, Anne Boleyn, Nostradamus, or Pocahontas in the 16th century?

    Maybe you’re the renaissance person who’d prefer the company of de’ Medici family, Michelangelo, Copernicus, Galileo Galilei? 

    Would you go even further back? 

    Assuming medieval times might be too dark — or not if you’re into spectacular Gothic architectural feats — would you like to visit Ancient Rome or even Greece? Perhaps Egyptians are your thing?

    Or you would go all the way back to the very beginning of time, joining Adam and Eve, to see what exactly happened in that whole apple story? 

    As for me...

    I would pick the Roaring Twenties

    I mean, the fashion, women’s haircuts, culture, jazz, Paris, Chicago, New York City, Berlin, airplanes, parties, hats, celebrations of life, horse racetracks, Babe Ruth, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Greta Garbo, freewheeling exuberance, the first flowering of backgammon in America, great style, grand heroes, unexplored nature… 

    Everything in this decade is so appealing to me.

    We were free, running on the heels of the Great War and the flu pandemic, decadent yet innocent, driven by promises of neverending tomorrow so vividly, though entirely unrelated, described by Coldplay in one of their songs: 

    “Don’t you wanna see it come soon, floating in a big white balloon or given on your own silver spoon, don’t you wanna see it come down there to throw in your arms around and say ‘you’re not a moment too soon’?” 

    If you opt for the same period in human history, I’ll await you in Paris, France. If you agree, once we visit Europe, I suggest we take the voyage across the Atlantic, and, when we depart the big white ship in NYC, you can tell me where you want to go next.

    So…

    When and where would you like to go, LCBers?

    Enter a time-traveling four-digit PIN code, and let’s visit your favorite period in human history!

    PS. Two things: You can’t choose the future — after all, it’s unknown — and secondly, whatever you select, you can expect to find numerous players enjoying gambling! Thus, come well-prepared, and bring your skills and responsibility! 

    --Dejan 

    wink

  • Great topic Dejan! I would choose the 50s and early 60s. 

    Historians use the word “boom” to describe a lot of things about the 1950s, but I would say "bLoom". Recovered from WWII the world was blooming, as well as the culture, fashion, music, movies, economy...

    Everything seemed so colorful and classy, especially women's fashion, with those wide skirts and dresses. Then: Elvis Presley! Marylin, Audrey, James Dean, Sinatra... Movies that were released in that period of time are such classics, some would say that Director Alfred Hitchcock was at the peak of his craft... I could go on but I will stop myself now. :D 

  • Thanks for the topic Dejan, I would choose a long and very distant period for us. The Maya Empire has always interested me. That architecture, art and culture with the mystical charm of religion so impressed me. The Maya also made significant advances in math and astronomy, including the use of the zero and the development of calendar systems based on 365 days ..an extremely advanced civilization.

    And of course, I would like to know the very first recipe for the chocolate mousse wink

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