Topic: When teleportation is finally possible….where will you beam yourself? I will beam myself from town to town to instantaneously visit each of my friends and cherished relatives. It is regretful to me to be so far away from so many of the people that I love, and it would be a lot of fun to, for instance, have coffee with my friend in PA, lunch with my friend in OH, a snack with my friend in MN, supper with my cousins, and dessert with my brothers and in-laws. What fun to zip around (for free) and visit, visit, visit.
The other thing I could do would be to tutor twice as many students—just zip back and forth as each student works on something that I assigned to him/her. That would be quite hilarious—but I think I might become quickly confused if I did that. Can you imagine working on a few vastly different projects all at the same time in 5 different locations? That would be kind of dizzying….
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