What advice would you give to someone preparing to visit the 1920's?
I would tell them to save all of there money because the Great Depression is going to suck.
* Brush up on Charleston and improve your Tango moves
*Learn to like Gin
*Invest in Lockheed-Martin
*Start a Silkworm farm
*Hope you look good in a hat
...."Persist, no matter what...."
Nothing, because that's an impossible situation. Everybody knows that time travel is only possible forwards....
Before you visit the 1920, be aware, because time travel is not yet available!
Don't invest in the stock market. (Extra words because hubpages won't let you post if the answer is too short in their opinion).
Put your money on South Sydney to win the Premierships of 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928 and 1929.
Go the Rabbitohs!
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