Would more worms stem the corruption?
Is there a way to stem the corruption?
Would more worms stem the corruption?
If the worms were mutated and man eaters then do you think the threat of their deployment would keep everyone in line through fear?
Would we then need to mutate some birds to eliminate the worm problem?
Should we go to Hitchcock to ask if he has any ideas how to do this?
Should we also consult with Tippi Hedren?
Would she be too traumatised after having worked with Hitchcock?
Would she be willing to spare some time away from her wildlife rescue sanctuary?
If she found time to get away would she consult Dr Frankenstein in how to mutate the birds?
If not him, why not the leading ornithologist?
Would she not want to use already dead birds to mutate as a more humane alternative to live ones?
She could experiment but would she not have to move on to live subjects so to eliminate the worm problem?
What if she has vermiphobia?
She would have to pass the work to her assistant to do. On another note if you were transported back in time aboard the Titantic three days before it sank what would you do?
Would I be part of the upper crust of society on that ship on that fateful day?
With current balances yes, but what about the appropriate deflation?
Wouldn't that be somewhat of a trivial matter considering the eventual outcome?
With the knowledge you know would you try to convince the captain too look out for icebergs?
Can you teach an old dog new tricks?
True the captain may not be inclined to listen, so would you do something drastic like take him hostage or sabotage the engine room?
Come to think of it, is it even wise to tamper with what is predestined to happen or change the course of history?
Tis not wise but when the past becomes your present do you think it is your fate to make a difference or just die with everyone else?
Wouldn't that depend on what a person feels he has to live for and if it's worth it?
Aren't they variable with circumstance?
These things cannot be long hidden: the Sun, the Moon, the Truth--Buddha
Wouldn't you think so?
Would the sight of women and children on the titanic motivate you to at least try to save the ship?
Wouldn't one consider that to be the gallant thing to do?
Would a boat from the titanic sailing ahead watching out for icebergs and a bull horn or that time periods equivalent to sigal back if the path is clear or not be a good idea?
In retrospect, why do you think they wouldn't have thought of that?
Was it Captain Smith having ignored seven iceberg warnings from his crew and other ships that was not open to safety ideas like this or even slowing down?
Doesn't a level of incompetence always seem to find its way in every situation?
It depends on the situation wouldn't you say?
I'm not OLD...I'm VINTAGE!
Should anyone other than Captain Smith have been liable for had happened?
Shouldn't the shipbuilders be more culpable, in light of new evidence?
Could they have been fudging the specifications?
So Captain Smiths incomptence aside was the Titanic always destined for disaster?
Could it be looked at any other way?
Could the Clantons be forcibly banished from setting foot in Tombstone?
Would you need a team of armed deputies that are fast on the draw to force them out when they enter Tombstone?
Couldn't the directional signage just be changed pointing away from the actual place so that they would get lost?
What if they have a indian tracker guide with them who is not fooled by a change of a sign?
Wouldn't an Indian tracker guide be grossly out of place in the america's?
Didn't the Pawnees have wonderful trackers in their tribe here in America?
Were there also red indian trackers from other tribes like the Sioux and Apache that originated in the America's too, and if the Clantons had allied with those tribes would joining forces with the Earps be a good idea?
Wouldn't that level the playing field?
If Billy Clanton wanted to decide at noon who tombstone belonged to and called you out for a showdown would you go?
Can I pick my weapon of choice?
Would you agree to the showdown if Billy Clanton brings his good friend Billy The Kid as his back up as you have doc holiday and the weapon of your choice from that period?
Aww, the weapon of choice has to be from that period?
Other than eliminating the other duo, what other spoils of the duel would be won?
How do you think a person today specializing in conflict resolution would resolve the issue?
Would Clint Eastwood just kill them all by been faster on the draw then eat those Smores while riding off into the sunset?
Do you think he could draw his gun today in his condition without getting a heart attack?
No but do you think the character he played in a fist full of dollars would be more than a match for the Clanton gang if he was real and turned up in Tombstone?
Well, didn't he always get his men in those spaghetti westerns?