What you are doing will put you a very, very small amount of time into the FUTURE, boys.
And after seeing how it’s done, Wallace will then go back to 1893 to become the FIRST to accomplish the feat.
Wallace, what you need to do is find an event horizon, and get through it at just the right place and time, and you’ll pop out the other side at the right date. Of course, you and your bike (and Spud) will get squished at sub-atomic level, and you may not pop out at the same reality, but you do have to put some effort in for these sort of things.
Amelia: “How fast do I have to go to be in the barrel?”
Duck soup…had to look that one up.
If you see Marty McFly, tell him I said, “Hey!”
Wow it works! I went 20 seconds into the future as I read this.
Ahh, the optimism of youth!
She wasn’t the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, but she was the first to survive it!
But traveling through time could put a hole in the space-time continuum!
Wreak havoc with history!
And unalterably change the past, present, and FUTURE FOREVER!!!
…actually, it sounds kinda fun. :D
If you think today’s kids are bad, ask yourself how bad they must have been in 1901 to make a 63 year old schoolteacher want to throw herself over the falls in a barrel. X-D
I time traveled once. Baby Hitler was a real cuddly cutie.
BTW, Will, outstanding artwork today. Thanks.
It’s not often that Spud is enthusiastic about one of Wallace’s adventures
They should go back in time to prevent Spud’s window from being broken.
I can’t unsee this . . .to the left of the barrel, in the falls, there appears to be the form of another woman, clinging to the top edge of the falls!
How about 1919 – end of WW1 and find out what really happened with the Spanish Flu?
This comic just keeps getting better and better each day.
Got to love homemade time machines.
April 15, 2016