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Watch: #TBT Celebrate One Day Past ‘Back To The Future Day,’ A Day That Will Never Again Happen

Watch: #TBT Celebrate One Day Past 'Back To The Future Day,' A Day That Will Never Again Happen

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Hey, did you know that yesterday was the day that Marty McFly flew back to the future in that movie that came out a while ago called “Back to The Future Part II”?  So, as of the present, “Back to the Future” takes place entirely in the past! Wild! But, what if you were sitting in a movie theater in the past and watching a trailer for the future release of “Back to the Future,” as opposed to living in the present and watching a trailer for the release of “Back To the Future” which took place in the past?

Now, imagine if you can, being in the present and watching the trailer for a movie that came out 25 years in the past about traveling to a future that is now the past, but yesterday was the present, but that two days ago was the future! Wow. Just wow. What a world we now live in. In the present.

If you’re indeed feeling nostalgic about those days in the past where you had the opportunity to watch “Back to the Future” as a glimpse of the future and not the past then, boy, do we have a treat for you. Today, on this Thursday, which the Internet has deemed as a day we look back to the past, due to our present day miracle technology, you can now study the trailer for this classic movie that looks ahead to the future but, in the present, is now the past!

We think that, today, this is still important. Even though the day that Marty flew back to the future was yesterday, because that day is now in the past and will never again happen in the future. So please, watch the above trailer, and join us in celebrating the “One Day Past ‘Back To The Future’ Day A Day That Will Never Again Happen In The Future and is Almost Certainly In The Past Day.”

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