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  • I guess there aren't too many successful time-machine family-oriented series.

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  • It is beautifully written and thoroughly researched, a veritable time-machine that whirled me through time to the dirty back roads of the American midwest in the year before the Depression.

    Boing Boing

  • With so many people my age riding Facebook like a time-machine to our past lives and loves, you might expect the site would be breaking up marriages, or at least unleashing all sorts of digital infidelity.

    Boing Boing

  • The crew at Charm City Cakes wraps up "Ace of Cakes" Food Network at 10 on the series finale, and make a special time-machine cake celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Michael J. Fox-Christopher Lloyd classic "Back to the Future."

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  • Let me take you back in my Paranormal time-machine to the early sixties when author Brad Steiger, was one of the influential writers of our time for creating stories based off of research that my father, Dr. Hans Holzer had pioneered.

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  • We need a time-machine to get Aaron Eckhart from 15 years ago.

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  • And if, on your time-machine voyage to the past, you told a member of one of these movements that, in the future, the Supreme Court would be made up of three Jews and six Catholics, their heads would likely explode right there on the spot.

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  • The Chicago White Sox promptly greeted him with two bloop singles and a three-run homer off the bat of Paul Konerko, and it appeared as if Mr. Pettitte's time-machine season was coming to an abrupt end at Yankee Stadium.

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  • First off, the premise is that Fonz, Ritchie, Ralph Malph and Fonzie's dog Mr. Cool join a future chick named Cupcake and ride in her spaceship, which is also a time-machine.

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  • Because this is Warehouse 13, he was, of course, suspected of these killings back in 1961 (cue the time-machine travel courtesy of nerd-cred addition to the team, H.G. Wells), and because we've become so used to seeing Anders as the baddie, this role fit him like the tailored suits he sported in the episode's Mad Men-era setting.

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