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    Who would you have to dinner?

    This is a question asked of me by Jucas: If you could have three people to dinner from any time in history, and language was of no consiqunce, who would they be?

    So, I'm curious who you all would have at your table. Post 'em if you got 'em.

    Personally, I would have:

    Siddhartha Gautama Buddha
    Jeff Buckley
    Bruce Lee.

    Someone pick up the baton, it's your turn...
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    Leonardo da Vinci
    Rembrandt
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    The Terminator

    naaw,
    i think I'd like to have dinner with

    Stanley Kubrik
    Kurt Cobain
    Goethe


    But everyone you mentioned so far would be interesting as well... Rembrandt, Lautrec, Rodin, Bruce Lee

    ps: maybe add natalie portman
    Last edited by Hanuka; February 27th, 2004 at 09:31 AM.

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    He nice, Jeff Buckley.

    Well, i guess for me it'd be

    Mike Patton
    Jesus
    Amanda Peet

    Hmmm... Amanda Peet... I kicked Thom Yorke from the list just for you, Amanda... hey... HEY! Wait! Where're you going!? AMAAAANDAAAAAA!!!!
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

    -OK, Thom, 20:00 is fine? Yeah, ok, bring some beer while your on your way.

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    ennio morricone
    ridley scott
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    (oh these three are still alive, but i guess it doesn't matter right?)

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    just watched ridley scotts matchstick men last night good film

    first id invite emril the cook that says BAM ! to make the meal then id invite monica belucci becuase after all she is a goddes and last a african witch doctor to put a love potion in her wine




    on the serious side id say after reading the book moses ( the archelogical story on him ) id say him

    any of the great artist from the rennasaucne mostly becuase it was a time of great change in art somewhat like we are experianceing now

    The librarian from the library in rome /greek that burnt down it would be interesting to see what great liteture/stories were lost !

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    Johannes Sebastian Bach
    Socrates
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    I decided that it was not wisdom that enabled "Poets" to write their poetry, but a kind of instinct or inspiration, such as you find in seers and prophets who deliver all their sublime messages without knowing in the least what they mean.(Socrates)

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    Natalie Portman
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    Nobuo Uematsu (music composer)

    Alexi laiho (guitarr and vocals in "children of bodom")

    and hmmm let's see. Dunno really..

    let's just say: ElkY (bertrand grospellier, Professional broodwar player)
    Self-improvement is masturbation, Self-destruction on the other hand....

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    Wow. That's a good question. I think it would be cool to talk to:
    1) Leonardo DaVinci
    2) Carl Sagan
    3) Boadicea (Queen of Iceni Celts)

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    Turner
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    Jesus

    Arists of a kind..

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    Have to think about this one...

    1) Jesus
    2) Josephus (Historian)
    3) Lief Ericson
    "They were born, they grew up in the gutters, they went to work at twelve, they passed through a brief blossoming period of beauty and sexual desire, they married at twenty, they were middle-aged at thirty, they died, for the most part, at sixty. Heavy physical work, the care of home and children, petty quarrels with neighbors, films, football, beer, and, above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds."

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    ooo, good subject

    lessee...

    Leonardo DaVinci
    Jesus
    James Hetfield

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    chris appelhans and jesus.

    and superman.

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    hmmm.....

    Jesus Christ, Freidrich Nietzsche and Sidhartha Gautama Buddha.

    And for dinner we'd have Fish & Bread, Absinthe, and some kind of vegetarian dish....

    We'd most definitely be chatting it up about philosophy/life and all that fun stuff.

    -Rob

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    3

    -Bruce Lee
    -Jesus
    -William Wallace


    This setup should garuntee I am the 2nd best artist at the table...

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    - Queen Cleopatra.
    - Salvador Dali.
    - Walter Disney.

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    Very interesting guests. Keep 'em comin'!
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    Originally posted by Calle_
    Nobuo Uematsu (music composer)

    Alexi laiho (guitarr and vocals in "children of bodom")
    You have a decent taste of music ;D np: needled 24/7
    what a guitar solo :eek:

    Originally posted by Redder
    Tera Patrick
    Chasey Lain
    Briana Banks

    (my co-workers told me say that)
    lets add chloe jones and crissy moran :p
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    I've noticed a lot of people have invited Jesus, but...do we have evidence that he actually existed? (there I said it)

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    That depends on what evidence would suffice I guess. That is to say there's lineage, dates, places, historical figures all in the christian greek and it corrosponds to historical facts and whatnot (thank you History Channel) that you could find in a library.
    "They were born, they grew up in the gutters, they went to work at twelve, they passed through a brief blossoming period of beauty and sexual desire, they married at twenty, they were middle-aged at thirty, they died, for the most part, at sixty. Heavy physical work, the care of home and children, petty quarrels with neighbors, films, football, beer, and, above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds."

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    afaik there is evidence that there was a guy named jesus, a carpenter roaming that area at that time speaking about special things.. we have no evidence that he was the son of god conceived by a maiden etc.. that is just fanfiction or something

    i wouldinvite
    Bengt Lindvall (my mothers late father - never met the guy)
    Jeff Buckley (after all he is just another genious unlike the rest of them.)
    and after 5 min pondering about the third i have no idea whatsoever, maybe the actress that plays queen amidala in starwars.. or maybe hitler or maybe einstein or maybe van gogh or maybe da vinci or maybe jack the ripper or maybe gandhi or maybe name one and i will probably add him/her...

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    what about Miyamoto Musashi, or Moses? And nobody has said Shakespear yet... he would be a riot I'm sure. Ooo..what about Bodidharma? He created kung fu... so in essence, he created martial arts... he would be pretty intriguing I think. Anywho, just some thoughts ;p Peace
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    - Khufu (Cheops)
    - Napoleon Bonaparte
    - Le Corbusier


    And would like to be invited to sparth's dinner table .

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    ack! I've been mulling this over in my head so much(as though it might actually happen!) lol

    Honourable mentions dinner:
    My dad
    Lao Tsu
    Leonardo Da Vinci

    -Rob

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    A Homeless guy (cuz it's always good to give the homeless a good meal... uh, and he would make me look less like a loser).

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    just three is hard...

    Eddie Murphy (gotta love 'Raw')
    Adolf Hitler
    Edward 'Blackbeard' Teach (yeah the pirate)

    I can imagine some really interesting discussions

    damnit ... had to left Rachael Leigh Cook out ....aargh

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    Hitler
    Atilla
    Stalin

    make em fight WWF style for dinner... Sell PPV rights and cash in.


    Or another way you could go with that would be :

    Caligula
    Marquis De Sade
    Virgin Mary

    Lights camera action

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