What period would you chose?

 
  • Japan in the Edo Period
    , the 70s
    or the 18th century in Germany and its surroundings .

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    • Giu 25 2011, 19:38
    rural Java, Siberia, Alaska, or Hokkaido

    all before conquest by Western civilisation.

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    • Giu 27 2011, 21:24
    The Renaisance, definately.
    The only period where barbarism has endet but Illuminati and NWO plans haven't begun yet.

  • Hunmm Vitorian era, ancient greece (living in Athenas of course), Babylon at the time of Hammurabi or Japan (Edo period)

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  • Hunmm Vitorian era, ancient greece (living in Athenas of course), Babylon at the time of Hammurabi or Japan (Edo period)

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    • Ago 27 2011, 19:37
    Most probably IX-XIII century Semigallia.

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    • Set 15 2011, 14:30
    The Age of Vikings (as a Viking woman, of course).

  • i'd like to live in the medieval Europe, and also Europe between 1880 - 1910 would be interesting to see.

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    • Ott 28 2011, 0:28
    The Middle Ages.

  • That's tough. The problem is that every single period has far more negatives than positives. Civilization is nothing but a wild goose chase. Pre-civilization offers no reasons to live. If I had to choose, it would have to be ancient Greece. Some place other than this Earth would be much better though.

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    • Nov 21 2011, 21:53
    I would choose to be among the first settlers in scandinavia after the Ice Age, i.e I choose the stone age. @Blue_Fatty, I disagree with you when you say that pre-civilization offers no reason to live. If life is about luxury, then you are right. but life is so much more. Living in the stone age gives us the opportunity to live entirely in contact with nature, like we were supposed to. Also, as a pioneering hunter/gatherer, you will develop a unique relationship with your family and tribe completely different from what we have in our society; in a world where your lives depend on each other, there is little room for hate.

  • Greek - son of hades of course.

    "The life of a man was decided long before he was born."
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