The Popa Who Folded Himself

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    just my hapence

    Given that Popa is a young single man, middle-aged married man with kids, happily married to the first girl he met, on his third wife and sometimes female it is often thought that he may be an amalgam of created characters. I, however, know the truth. And the truth is this: Popa has invented a time-machine. Popa’s time-machine works by allowing him to cross between various parallel realities at any point in time he chooses. There are just two catches: 1. That he must have an anchor in his original reality and 2. that in each of the parallel realities there is a version of himself that is different, sometimes subtly, sometimes vastly, from his original self. All of the Popa-versions can interact with the anchor in his original world, which just so happens to be the CR. Hence the many Popas who are all one Popa. Or the one Popa who is many Popas. Whichever.

    Thing is, though, Popa would not have been able to invent the time-machine without some rather important information that was given to him by his uncle. And I wouldn’t be surprised if his uncle was him…

    (With apologies to David Gerrold.)


    That is how! The CR keeps all my realities as one cohesive whole.


    I just heard the news this morning that Popa is resigning effective February 28th.


    What if he goes back and kills that uncle?


    That was one of the more… unusual… books I ever read.

    Interesting, but very strange.

    The Wolf


    Happy bump Popa thread day


    What book?

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕

    Ah, that’s what popa meant when he said he lived in anchorage.


    RY23: “The Man Who Folded Himself is a 1973 science fiction novel by David Gerrold that deals with time travel.” – Wikipedia

    It’s not kosher reading material.

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