"In my future I will be in an Earthquake that happened 100 years ago.
Make sense? Yeah, don't you just love time travel. Paradoxes always drive me nuts!
Let me explain.
You see, I was at the San Francisco museum a few months ago where they were doing a show on the Great Quake of 1906. I've never been a real big history buff so I never payed much attention to things like this, but a friend had gotten tickets so I figured what the heck.
So I'm gazing at the displays and the photos and something catches my eye. There is this one pic where a Super Hero is holding up a building (I'll post it if I can find it online.)
(Editor's Note: Photo Source, Wikipedia.)
No big surprise - we all know the Heroish community was a part of the San Francisco landscape, although not very large, at the time of the Great Quake of '06.
I look as closely as my microscopic vision can get, wondering who the person might be.
Imagine my surprise upon seeing that the Hero was in fact an older version of myself! Me, clearly me, same outfit, different hair, but undoubtedly me! I've never been to 1906, nor have I ever had that particular hairdo, so I know this event has yet to happen (at least to me - see?)
So anyways, sometime in my future I am going to:
1) Cut my hair and give the sides a bit of a "flip"
2) Travel to 1906 and assist in the efforts surrounding the San Francisco earthquake
At least that's the simplest explanation. There are others that involve alternate realities and timelines and evil / alternate versions of myself (I once met up with someone calling themselves "Antith-Isis", claiming to be my evil twin from a parallel dimension, but I digress,) but I hope for my sake that it's as simple as a mere future time-traveling excursion into the past.
Plus, the hairdo was cute."