Don’t you sometimes wish to experience what is it like living in a different decade? I am going to go ahead and boldly state that you do. C’mon, us people, are never utterly satisfied with what we have. I am talking Woody Allen and Midnight in Paris or Robert Zemeckis and Back to the future . Back in time or forward in the future does charm more than whatever is happening at the present and its complex marriage with technologies. I would go back to 1920s’ America and go heavy in flapper style. Having alcohol as the best friend and becoming regular at jazz clubs with the hope of meeting Lois Armstrong – could totally pull that. What the heck, maybe I would even meet Ernest Hemingway and “£$% … And… £$”^ Oh well, just invent the time machine thingy, already!