The Future is NOW! Doc Brown has a special message just for you: https://t.co/JwLGB2qWOl #BTTF2015 https://t.co/lMZEIDwXot
— UniversalPicturesEnt (@UniversalEnt) October 21, 2015
We have arrived in the time period depicted in the movie Back to the Future II.
As Michael J. Fox’s character Marty McFly arrived in the future we witnessed hoverboards, self-tying sneakers, de-hydrated pizzas and giant wall-sized televisions with hundreds of channels.
Well, at least they got the TV thing right.
Unfortunately, our future sees us on the brink of World War III, complete cultural destruction through mass immigration in Europe and the United States as well as an American shift toward Socialism.
Pity we can’t go back in time and change the 2008 election!
Social Celebration of Back to the Future Day!
USA Today have created this fantastic fake front cover #BackToTheFuture https://t.co/BoDawe8vyu pic.twitter.com/M5Whnkl78G
— Indy Film (@TheIndyFilm) October 21, 2015
Happy Back to the Future Day! Don't forget, we are supposed to start dressing like this from now on. pic.twitter.com/CNeq17V9cv
— Ani-Mia (@AniMiaOfficial) October 21, 2015
Are Nike's Back to the Future Air Mag sneakers finally hitting stores? https://t.co/upIrVw1ma1 pic.twitter.com/PtGnqHG7Jh
— GQ Fashion (@GQFashion) October 21, 2015
Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads. Happy Back to the Future Day! https://t.co/dsQsXiHn4c pic.twitter.com/QKZkwI2LCc
— NASA Goddard (@NASAGoddard) October 21, 2015
Celebrate Back to the Future Day by not talking to anybody born after 1985.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) October 21, 2015
Commercially viable fusion may still be decades away: https://t.co/aFUtOrHIwa #BackToTheFuture pic.twitter.com/ikAU9LzGpE
— Forbes (@Forbes) October 21, 2015