When I first started blogging, I wrote about a wish. . . a wish for a teleporter/transporter kind of thing like they had on Star Trek. The wish holds true even more today. So in the interest of NaBloPoMo, I will share that post with you again.
And then I will go to bed.
What Star Trek Invention Do YOU Want?English class pop quiz: When is it proper to use "would of," "could of," or "should of"? (Answer at the end of this post.)
So the other day I was driving home from work, exhausted from
Anyway, as I was patiently driving home with all the other safe drivers, I found myself wishing there were some faster way to get from here to there. After all, when one is
Who doesn't need one of these! Especially us grandma types with babies on the other coast where we never get to see them! Awesomeness! Just push a few buttons and pop over to New Jersey for dinner with The Model!
Even The Monster is 30 minutes away. If he starts walking, I could be there for every step! Of course, it would mean fewer opportunities for the
Then I started thinking what other Star Trek inventions it would be cool to have. After all, we really do have the original Star Trek communicator:
So what Star Trek invention would you most like to have? Me? After the transporter, I'd kind of like to check out the food replicator. It's kind of a microwave on steroids. Just tell it what you want, and out it pops.
|"Tea. Earl Grey. Hot."|
English class pop quiz answer: Never. NEVER. NEVER, NEVER, NEVERNEVERNEVER!
Should've, could've, and would've are contractions for should have, could have, and would have. Although they sound like "of," they are NOT. "Should of," "could of" and "would of" have no meaning at all and should never be used. In informal writing, it's okay to use the contraction. In more formal writing, use the two word phrase: should have, could have, would have.
So, which Star Trek invention appeals to you? Share it in the comments!