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life the universe and everything, how far is that in Kilometers? by kevin on 6 April 2004 5:19pm
 
I was thinking could i travel everywere? how much it would cost? and could live long anoth to fullfill such a journey?
 
Re: life the universe and everything, how far is that in Kilometers? by Helen on 6 April 2004 7:34pm
 
get a really good travel agent.. :)

I want to go everywhere, too--but I can't, so I watch Michael's programs. They make me feel like I'm there...
 
Re: life the universe and everything, how far is that in Kilometers? by Izot on 7 April 2004 2:20pm
 
>>>I want to go everywhere, too--but I can't, so I watch Michael's programs. They make me feel like I'm there... <<<

Amen.

Hell, there's only so much one could do in a lifetime.I guess you could travel everywhere (or everywhere hospitable to humans), but you'd have to have all the money in the world and all your life to really take in everything.

So maybe it is impossible...
 
Re: life the universe and everything, how far is that in Kilometers? by fattcslim on 7 April 2004 7:01pm
 
$1.81
 
Re: life the universe and everything, how far is that in Kilometers? by peripatetically on 8 April 2004 2:21am
 
No, uncle, it doesn't have enough f's. It's only $1.80 and no more than that, I tell you. NO MORE!!!!!!!!
 
Re: life the universe and everything, how far is that in Kilometers? by Diamond on 9 April 2004 1:09am
 
nothing is impossible
 
Re: life the universe and everything, how far is that in Kilometers? by pheedom on 11 April 2004 5:51pm
 
There are ways and means of seeing the world without being wealthy. Working and/or volunteering overseas, for example. My father was in the RCAF from 1942 to 1968. He took every overseas posting he could and as a result has lived in Ireland, Germany, Egypt, Morocco, Palestine. These were either wartime or peacekeeping missions, and one could say there are better ways of seeing the world, I suppose.

However, once he retired from the Air Force, he went overseas with the United Nations and with a Canadian development agency, which gave me the opportunity to see the world as a young girl.
 



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