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Posted on Mon, Sep 26, 2005 08:51

since this man has always been my childhood hero, I would have to say:






now leave the damned picture alone bk

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Posted on Mon, Sep 26, 2005 08:50


Nodey write:

Weenie write:
since this man has always been my childhood hero, I would have to say:


They took my picture of John Wayne off.....waaaaaaaa (I will try it again!!)


You didn't say!



I'd love to sit and converse with Carl Sagan and Kahlil Gabran.

Timothy Leary ,just for kicks!

  


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Posted on Mon, Sep 26, 2005 07:41


Weenie write:
since this man has always been my childhood hero, I would have to say:




You didn't say!



I'd love to sit and converse with Carl Sagan and Kahlil Gabran.

Timothy Leary ,just for kicks!



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Posted on Sat, Sep 24, 2005 19:04

The one person I would like to have lunch with would have to be General
George S. Patton. I would hope he brought his dog too. I visited his grave in luxembourg, it was very moving.

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Posted on Tue, Sep 20, 2005 21:07

i know you said not family;but i would give my left arm to meet my dad he died 7 months before i was born im tood that i'm just like him so he must have been one hella a guy so ya lunch with him would be very cool



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Posted on Sat, Sep 17, 2005 19:15

Well since Jesus is going to be busy...

I would enjoy an evening on a lake in Switzerland with Carl Gustav Jung. His Wisdom, Knowledge and insight was so ahead of culture and time the field of psychology is still discovering new shoots from the seeds he has sown but marketing sure knows how to use him.

"man's soul is real and there is a buried treasure in the field and our religion and philosophy are in a lamentable state."
If he was too busy plashing in the waves to separate his identity out I would like to also spend an evening walk and fireside conversation with Joseph Campbell.

May all the souls who have passed on that have influenced and change lives on this side of the veil be blessed by the living they transform through their word, actions and preferably both. Way to Go Jesus!

  


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Posted on Sat, Sep 17, 2005 15:50

Well i think it wud hav to be Renagage (its the long hair thing hehe).... or bruce lee... steven seagal ..... failing that id b gready and throw a party hahahah

  


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Posted on Sun, Sep 04, 2005 15:37

mary magdelian.....always admired that women.....nice you see you BHG......



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Posted on Sun, Sep 04, 2005 06:10

baygirl,
I am with you... humm.. Sam Elliot

  


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Posted on Sat, Sep 03, 2005 21:52

Tommy Lee (obvious reasons), Richard Gere (obvious reasons), Don Henley (he writes wonderful lyrics, would like to know what his thought process is), Jewel about her book of poetry and how she transformed her poetry to song, Socrates, Tina Turner (she could take me shopping after)



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 16:31

I'd have to say Hunter S. Thompson. He must have been a really interesting dude in life. Peace.



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Posted on Wed, Aug 24, 2005 13:31

NOT jeffery Domer!!!!



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Posted on Mon, Aug 22, 2005 15:31

I'd have to say my sister who passed on 10 yrs ago..and Chad Kroeger ..singer in Nickelback..

  
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Posted on Sat, Aug 20, 2005 20:25

O.k. I am going to be a little piggy here. I want a month with God, DeVinci, Michealangelo, Albert E., Chief Joseph,
Red Cloud and the last night, Tweedy Bird.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 20, 2005 18:18

I don't know about dinner, but I'd loooooooooove to go on a ride with Bill Goldberg..........

  


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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 12:23


Nodey write:

BabyGirl4You831 write:

Weenie write:

angelrider800 write:
Without a doubt...Nick Gage! OMG! Or maybe, Sean Connery...or I would even SETTLE for ....nope..nope...one of these two...yeah...baby I would leave earth for an hour with either...oh what I could do in an hour!!!


Angel g/f, I done toll you, Nicholas was mine....no honnin in here.....

I gotta agree about the Sean Connery but the man who steals my heart everytime I see or hears his voice is hands down Sam Elliot,.. OMG he is one fine assssssssss man... WHOOOOHOOOOO ok back to reality now.. lol



OMGGGGGGGGGGGGG! YES YES YESSSSSSSSSSSSS! I love Sam Elliot! That man stays sexy even with age! Saw a man a*t Myrtle Beach who looked like him. I thought me and Rocky were going to have a knock um out,drag out over him!


Nodey....g/f, you should have knocked him out and taken him home with you....Oh to even see a look a like

  


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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 07:42


BabyGirl4You831 write:

Weenie write:

angelrider800 write:
Without a doubt...Nick Gage! OMG! Or maybe, Sean Connery...or I would even SETTLE for ....nope..nope...one of these two...yeah...baby I would leave earth for an hour with either...oh what I could do in an hour!!!


Angel g/f, I done toll you, Nicholas was mine....no honnin in here.....

I gotta agree about the Sean Connery but the man who steals my heart everytime I see or hears his voice is hands down Sam Elliot,.. OMG he is one fine assssssssss man... WHOOOOHOOOOO ok back to reality now.. lol



OMGGGGGGGGGGGGG! YES YES YESSSSSSSSSSSSS! I love Sam Elliot! That man stays sexy even with age! Saw a man a*t Myrtle Beach who looked like him. I thought me and Rocky were going to have a knock um out,drag out over him!



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Posted on Sat, Aug 13, 2005 02:14

my dad.....

he died within 10 days of my returning "home".....

  


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Posted on Fri, Aug 12, 2005 22:50

I would choose my great grandmother.

She was 13 when she came to America from Germany.

I would love to hear her tell me of what it was like to leave her family behind and start all over in a growing country with so very little to start with.

My grandfather always said I resembled her (which is a good thing cuz I look NOTHING like my sisters and parents!).

I've been able to get some information from her children (my grandfather and my great-aunt), but to hear it from her in her own words would be simply remarkable to me.

  


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Posted on Fri, Aug 12, 2005 13:40


arlie1969 write:
if I had the chance ,I would ask to have dinner with the person I was meant to be with so I could start enjoying whats left of this life Ive messed up so far,

So true,,So true,, P/S I have relatives in your neck of the woods



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