If you could have dinner with anyone...
Reply 21 of 61
_ alliance _
July 6, 2002 8:20PM
[quote]Originally posted by scott_h_phd:
do u really have a PHD? cause i dont think u could get away w/ this type of grammatical typing at that level. in the same way, criticizing my choice of freehand is hypocritical. but as long as yer having fun...
Reply 22 of 61
July 6, 2002 8:27PM
[quote] that was pathetically lame and moronic at the same time. <hr></blockquote>
Sorry ya feel that way...but
[quote] Jesus... <hr></blockquote>
Reply 23 of 61
_ alliance _
July 6, 2002 8:31PM
[quote]Originally posted by Zarathustra:
so what?? u act like being a Christian is some sort of rarity and must be singled out... <img src="graemlins/oyvey.gif" border="0" alt="[No]" />
Reply 24 of 61
July 6, 2002 8:34PM
Reply 25 of 61
July 6, 2002 8:46PM
[quote]Think of AI's Kate but smarter and better looking<hr></blockquote>
Let's pray she also has tact, God knows we need your genes in that area to be fought. I pray your genes are recessive.
Reply 26 of 61
July 6, 2002 8:54PM
Leann Tweeden or Lisa Guerrero.
Reply 26 of 61
July 6, 2002 8:54PM
As funny as it could sound to some, this atheist would also choose Jesus.
Reply 28 of 61
July 6, 2002 8:58PM
I would have dinner with Jesus as well. I would ask him to come back and slap his followers around and force them to re-read his scriptures. They seem to have forgotten what they say.
Reply 29 of 61
July 6, 2002 9:40PM
Larry Bird to talk hoops, Lee Harvey Oswald to get the straight story (why should he lie now?), The Screensavers' Megan Morrone because she's the only cute chick I know of who's into the same geeky stuff I like (married though, damn!), King Arthur to see if he really existed, and my father since he died when I was a baby.
Reply 30 of 61
July 6, 2002 10:14PM
I think I'd have dinner with that girl that hit on me my first year at the Museum of Fine Arts, who I was never able to find again. She showed me her photographs of dead turtles that had been hit by cars, and I always wondered wtf was up with that...
And actually, if it isn't too much trouble, maybe scott_h_phd could have my ex-girlfriend over for dinner too
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Reply 31 of 61
July 6, 2002 10:40PM
This is easy: Keith Richards.
All the talk about music, blues, guitars, amps, rock and roll, rhythm, Chuck Berry, what makes rock and roll "rock and roll".
He's surprisingly deep and well-spoken on all the subjects above (if you can just struggle enough to understand him). He gives THE BEST interviews ever, so I'd love to just sit with him for hours and talk about stuff.
He's someone I really like and admire, believe it or not.
Plus, you just KNOW he's got some great stories!
AND, sitting beside him at a table, I'd suddenly become quite devastatingly handsome and could probably pull the chicks. I mean, LOOK at him...
<img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
Reply 32 of 61
July 6, 2002 11:17PM
The Devil.......i figure fellowship and jesus would need some company.
For those challenged in humor....the above post is a joke
Reply 33 of 61
July 6, 2002 11:33PM
jesus would be cool, but i only speak english...so that rules that out (though, being the son of God i guess he could make me understand him somehow right?)...if i have to stick to english speakers (limits the time frame to the last few centuries) i would go like this:
1. get plastered with Peter O'Toole when he was about 40ish (my age)
2. dinner with Jack the Ripper..would freak me out, but could be a fascinating experience
3. dinner with Mark Twain
4. dinner with David Lynch (especially if he brought his beautiful wife)
david bowie, shakespear, abe lincoln...etc
if language is no problem
1. Jesus, to ask, well we all know what i would ask
2. Buddah, see above
could go on forever....g
oh oh oh.....dinner with adam and eve (no apple pie though) would be coolist
Reply 34 of 61
July 7, 2002 2:41AM
For the living:
For the dead:
Thomas Jefferson (Wonder about the thing all men created equal)
Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Eleonor Roosevelt
In the future:
My son (whom I am going to have one day with the man I love)
Reply 35 of 61
July 7, 2002 2:57AM
My original reply God.
If he showed up, the mystery is solved. If he didn't the mystery goes on.
Jesus doesn't count, because he was human(ish). For all you know, all the miracles he performed could have been the result of having been the first person to have a good supply of cocaine or such
Reply 36 of 61
July 7, 2002 3:19AM
I really would like to know who I am looking from the outside.
Reply 37 of 61
July 7, 2002 5:17AM
But dinner will probably be cold if he ever makes it. I hate waiting for him.
But I think he would rather see a movie.
Reply 38 of 61
July 7, 2002 7:07AM
2 words people....Cameron Diaz
i'd be happy for life
Reply 39 of 61
July 7, 2002 7:38AM
Reply 40 of 61
July 7, 2002 7:45AM
I already have : Terry Pratchett