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Fantasy Dinner Guests

Post by Debs » Feb 9th 2003, 4:34 pm

Just as the subject title suggests but in two parts.

a) If you could hold a dinner party for six guests - living or dead - (if dead, preferably hold the party while chosen guest is still living) who would you choose?

I'll go first!

1. Cameron Crowe
2. Susan Sarandon
3. Steven Tyler
4. Johnny Depp
5. Billy Connolly
6. Tracy Chapman

b) If you could spend the weekend with any one of your chosen dinner guests, who would you choose?

Hard question. Hmmm... Part of me would *really* like to spend the weekend with Steven Tyler (rrraw!) but overall, getting into a lengthy conversation with Mr. Cameron Crowe would really do it for me.

Your turn!
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The Dinner Game

Post by ClarenceWorley » Feb 10th 2003, 6:37 am

Ohh, it's a tough one.
  • Jesus Christ
    Martin Scorsese
    Brent Spiner
    Jodie Foster
    Shirley Manson
    Mark Oliver Everett (E from the Eels)
Weekend: Shirley Shirley Shirley! :mrgreen:

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Post by lance » Feb 10th 2003, 10:05 am

Hmmm,

Dinner:

Theodore Roosevelt
Martin Luther King Jr.
Malcolm X
Ghandi
Robert E. Lee
Bill Clinton

Weekend:

Kurt Russell, from everything I have read he sounds like a blast to hang out with.

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Post by Megs » Feb 10th 2003, 10:20 am

Jesus Christ
Ghandi
JFK
Maya Angelou
Sally Ride
Madonna

It is a tough choice to pick one for an entire weekend... all would be great for different reasons... Probably Maya Angelou.
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Post by mglenn » Feb 10th 2003, 10:41 am

1. Patton (Duh...)
2. Oliver North
3. JFK
4. Theodore Roosevelt
5. Donald Rumsfeld
6. Richard Marcinkco
7. James Madison

I'd love to see what would come from the dinner discussions on such things as Homeland Defense, Dealing with Extremist Islam, N. Korea and Iraq, The Economy, and The Future of US Foreign Relations and the U.N.
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Re: Fantasy Dinner Guests

Post by TomSpeed » Feb 10th 2003, 2:01 pm

Debs wrote:Just as the subject title suggests but in two parts.

a) If you could hold a dinner party for six guests - living or dead - (if dead, preferably hold the party while chosen guest is still living) who would you choose?

I'll go first!

1. Cameron Crowe
2. Susan Sarandon
3. Steven Tyler
4. Johnny Depp
5. Billy Connolly
6. Tracy Chapman

b) If you could spend the weekend with any one of your chosen dinner guests, who would you choose?

Hard question. Hmmm... Part of me would *really* like to spend the weekend with Steven Tyler (rrraw!) but overall, getting into a lengthy conversation with Mr. Cameron Crowe would really do it for me.

Your turn!
Good question! I think I might be so intimidated by these people I wouldn't be abel to speak.

The guests:

Cameron Crowe ('cause he rocks!)
Stevie Nicks ('cause she rocks hard!)
Claire Daines (sans Ben)
Liv Tyler (in case Claire is too upset about not being with Ben)
Carson McCullers (how did she write The Heart is a Lonely Hunter at 23?)
Shelby Foote (a good old Southern gentleman, like me)

As for spending the weekend with one of them.........You mean choose between Liv and Claire? I couldn't have both?
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Post by sid_barrett » Feb 24th 2003, 3:28 am

1. Stanley Kubrick
2. Lou Reed
3. Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth)
4. George Lucas
5. Bob Kane (creatore of Batman)


man everyone has great lists of important people that have made some huge impact on the world today. all i could think of was some lousy entertainers.
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Post by lance » Feb 24th 2003, 2:46 pm

sid_barrett wrote:1. Stanley Kubrick
2. Lou Reed
3. Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth)
4. George Lucas
5. Bob Kane (creatore of Batman)


man everyone has great lists of important people that have made some huge impact on the world today. all i could think of was some lousy entertainers.
Hey,

Its your fantasy dinner, you can invite who you want. :D

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Post by Megs » Feb 24th 2003, 5:55 pm

sid_barrett wrote:man everyone has great lists of important people that have made some huge impact on the world today. all i could think of was some lousy entertainers.
Yeah, Madonna is so important. :roll:

:lol: :wink: Just kidding. I love her. That's her on my avatar.
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Post by sid_barrett » Mar 3rd 2003, 3:13 am

i guess looking over the list again, i wasnt that far off. :oops:
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