If we were to let you send an email from Gmail before Gmail existed, well, that would be like hanging out with your parents before you were born -- crazy talk.and ...
Our researchers have concluded that allowing each person more than ten pre-dated emails per year would cause people to lose faith in the accuracy of time, thus rendering the feature useless.The feature has already garnered a great number of fans and praise, with Delivery Girl Miriam S. saying:
"The entire concept of 'late' no longer exists for me. That's pretty cool. Thanks Gmail!"On the other hand, Epistemology Professor Michael L. said:
"This feature allows people to manipulate and mislead people with falsified time data. Time is a sacred truth that should never be tampered with."Please note that I personally hate time travel -- too many paradoxes. This is why I hated every single Star Trek: TOS / TNG / DS9 / Voyager / Enterprise -- and lets not forget B5 or any other TV show episode / movie ever written. Don't get me started on "dream" episodes either.
BTW, since I Custom Time emailed myself the results of 9 sporting events and bet heavily on them, I no longer need to work, so this will be my last post ever. With the 10th Custom Time email I sent myself the location of Jennifer Aniston after Brad Pitt broke the news about Angelina Jolie to her, figuring she could use some comforting -- so I'm also Mr. Aniston now.
I'm assuming by now you remember that it's April 1. I hate this day, actually -- it's too hard to sort out the pranks and find real news!