ANSWERS: 6
  • For the most part, I would stop/ undo plucking, shaving,, waxing etc
    • Linda Joy
      So just don't do it. Others should still have the choice if they want to. Did you know the whole shaving for women was started by a Gillette advertising campaign in the early 1900's when fashion first started showing legs and armpits? I'll get a link. https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/womens-razors-marketing But you don't have to do everything the tv or society tells you. Live life on your terms!
    • Koala 987
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  • I'd be more likely to undo something like the Holocaust or WWII, the bombing of the world trade center or slavery and the black plague. But I learned from watching Frequency that changing something horrible can lead to something worse. And in the aftermath of the WTC bombing we came together as a country in prayer and unity like I'd never seen before in my lifetime. We have learned a lot from our mistakes and if we hadn't committed them, maybe we wouldn't see them as horrendous and make adjustments. So really the only thing I would change is that we learn more from our mistakes and quit making the same ones.
  • i dont think id be good at trying to change thenn
    • Koala 987
      I do not mean trying to change them from what they are, but more as to how I wish mankind wanted to be..
  • The terrible things of the world are not to be considered as mishaps, but ignorance, a mishap is a result of decisions. And for the most part mankind as a whole affects mankind as a whole, if that makes sense.
    • Linda Joy
      No its not! Ignorance is not knowing what a mishap is! A mishap is an unfortunate accident not an intentional decision. What dictionary are you using?
    • Koala 987
      Accidents rarely occur without some misguided decision.
  • If I could change 1 thing about the past it would be the introduction of imperfection into humankind. (Romans 5:12).
    • Koala 987
      Sin?
  • I'd go back in time and kill DJ Kool Herc. Founder of rap music. I hate that shit.
    • Archie Bunker
      Maybe Dan Folgerberg, too.
    • mushroom
      Much as I agree that melody and harmony were considered great advances in music, did Folgelberg lead a new genre?
    • Archie Bunker
      No. I just don't like him.

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