I Have A Dream

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  • They follow their plan go to the building with the time machine in it. After awhile they find out how to work the time machine. Suddenly the time machine makes a weird sound and sucks them up and takes them back to 1963 right before Martin Luther King Jr. is about to make his speech. Everyone white person is booing him but the black people want to hear what he is going to say. We go up to where Martin is standing and we say "Before you make your speech we have to show you something. Just to let you know we are from the 21st century and we ourselves took this video of what the past is like." After he sees the video he is astonished and thanks us for what we have shown him.
  • Martin Luther king Jr. gives his speech and then he makes Kayla play the video about the future everyone is amazed but everyone isn't convinced. Martin thanks you because they did what they could to convince them. When they finished their job they went to go find the time machine to travel back to 2015 but they can't find it. They searched everywhere in town but it wasn't to be seen anywhere. When they went to ask the locals they didn't even know what they were talking about. They gave up and said they will search in the morning.
  • When we wake up the time machine is right out our door. When we try and work it the time machine doesn't turn on. We work on it all day and it won't turn on but we don't know why. Then finally we both come to our senses and figure out we used all the battery on the way here. We're stuck in the olden days forever there's no way they will have a battery for this time machine. I wish we would have thought this through more because after all this wasn't such a smart plan.
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