In honor of Back to the Future Day–in case you haven’t heard, today, October 21, 2015, is the day to which Marty McFly travels in Back to the Future II–this postcard post is all about sci-fi. From time travel, to dystopias, to outer space, to things we just can’t explain…Established in 1993, this caloric intake station boasted “cosmic pizza.” Sadly, Nova Express Cafe closed its mind-controlled doors in 2008.Do go if you’re in the Joshua Tree area! www.integratron.com Is the stamp torn, or is George Washington fading from history like Marty’s family? Ooo-wee-ooo…
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