In the Future, Parkinson’s takes center stage when TIME Magazine names Michael J. Fox one of the 100 most influential people of the year. Which year are we talking about, exactly? It just happened in 2024, April 17, which is last week by my current estimate, though it has been nearly ten years since Marty’s spin in the DeLorean in Back to the Future Part II. Why did I miss this aspect of the Intel script in my original analysis? I haven’t the faintest clue but do try and understand what I’m saying and also what I’m not saying. Unlike Stevie Wonder, who may very well be faking the blindness for all I know, someone will have to try awfully hard to convince me that Michael J. Fox doesn’t have Parkinson’s. For sake of argument let’s say he does, though again, I don’t know how or why a situation would arise in which he wouldn’t.

We are dealing with time travel and an Intel script and Michael J. Fox may very well have been selected for his success with prior knowledge of what would unfold, though he would have likely been oblivious to it, or maybe not. Who knows what they know. He is also immensely talented and I’m not trying to steal that from him. The dude had to earn it in the ‘Family Ties’ sitcom before getting hired on BTTF. Without going into all of that though, it’s pretty common knowledge nowadays that Eric Stoltz was the original Marty McFly, and that he was only grudgingly hired after Gary David Goldberg wouldn’t release Fox from his contractual obligations. They fired Stoltz some weeks into filming, nabbed Fox, and the rest is history. Despite all the teenage talent out there, they needed Fox for the role and foreknowledge may have had something to do with it.

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This is an expansion of my evaluation of Back To the Future as an actual time travel movie, involving 9/11 and Trump predictive programming, as well as the Mandela Effect.

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