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Posted on Mon, Aug 08, 2005 17:28

I know, I know...this question comes up alot but it's amazing what you can learn about others through their answers so here goes:

Who would you have dinner with if you had your choice of anyone, living or dead (not family please) and why.

  


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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 17:35

gentle_breeze77 write:
I know, I know...this question comes up alot but it's amazing what you can learn about others through their answers so here goes:

Who would you have dinner with if you had your choice of anyone, living or dead (not family please) and why.


Although it is not my given religion, Sister Teresa; a woman of sacrifice, peace and love who changed and touched the lives of so many. Bet she has so much wisdom and advice to share.



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Posted on Fri, Dec 09, 2005 07:10

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I know the initial start of this thread said No Family, but in my instance, I'm sure you can make an exception.

We lost our oldest, our first born daughter child in an auto accident over 14 years ago.

I would love to sit down and see her across from me and have dinner with her tonight instead of having to wait until I pass on and see her in the next life.

If you don't allow this visit, then I would settle for Crazy Horse, the great Lakota Chief.

Hugs to you, my dear friend...

  


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Posted on Thu, Dec 08, 2005 15:33

from one Dad to another...



Dynamal, Know that your response means something powerful. Thank you for the compassion.



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Posted on Sun, Dec 04, 2005 19:54

There are so many people in history and religon I would enjoy sitting down with for dinner . But all I have to do is stop and think on sunday a second collection to buy the Pope a new hat or what priests are doing to alter boys isnt what Jesus was trying to set up . I know the great minds who discovered the atom and learned to split it didnt do it to make a bomb to destroy the world . Given the record of the famous people now or in the past I wouldnt even give them a second thought . I know you said no family members but I would have to say my younger brother who died 22yrs ago at age 21 yrs 10 months . I would like to see who he would have become and what he could have done with his life who he would have married and if he had children how would they have turned out as children and adults . I think of that at times and just wonder .



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Posted on Sun, Dec 04, 2005 19:45

spadoman write:
I know the initial start of this thread said No Family, but in my instance, I'm sure you can make an exception.

We lost our oldest, our first born daughter child in an auto accident over 14 years ago.

I would love to sit down and see her across from me and have dinner with her tonight instead of having to wait until I pass on and see her in the next life.

If you don't allow this visit, then I would settle for Crazy Horse, the great Lakota Chief.

makin me cry ya' big goof!
So many in my family-blood and otherwise that I miss.
Losing a kid.
Hugz,
DD

  


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Posted on Sun, Dec 04, 2005 19:43

Dinner with someone who wanted to be with me would be important I think.
Riding safe.
DD

  


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Posted on Sun, Dec 04, 2005 19:10

First choice, Jesus! Although I know it said no family, it would have to be my mom (who passed away on the 4th of July this year) and my four children. This is the first year in 22, that I've not had any of them with me for the hollidays.



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Posted on Sun, Dec 04, 2005 04:50

spadoman write:
I know the initial start of this thread said No Family, but in my instance, I'm sure you can make an exception.

We lost our oldest, our first born daughter child in an auto accident over 14 years ago.

I would love to sit down and see her across from me and have dinner with her tonight instead of having to wait until I pass on and see her in the next life.

from one Dad to another...

  


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Posted on Fri, Dec 02, 2005 17:56

One week from today I will sit down with the man who has captured my heart....

  


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Posted on Mon, Nov 28, 2005 13:43

to all the people i have loved and lost i would like to sit down with

bless the weather that brought you to me
curse the storm that took u away
(John Martyn)

Honey just allow me one more chance to get along with you (Bob Dylan)


Friendship, funny things
Made on sparse moments
So easily broken.
The treads so taut, yet so fragile,
Broken by a whim, a fancy.

Mi own



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Posted on Sun, Nov 27, 2005 15:59

I know the initial start of this thread said No Family, but in my instance, I'm sure you can make an exception.

We lost our oldest, our first born daughter child in an auto accident over 14 years ago.

I would love to sit down and see her across from me and have dinner with her tonight instead of having to wait until I pass on and see her in the next life.

If you don't allow this visit, then I would settle for Crazy Horse, the great Lakota Chief.



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Posted on Sun, Nov 27, 2005 12:59

seein all the peole given here makes it more difficult to decide keep thinking oh yes oh yes
sean connery, bob dylan, blue for aswad, van heylan, eistein to help me justify to everyone else that time is relative and not fixed (and we all have our own clock but use a standard one some of just dont work that way)
cat stevens dream y my first album i ever bought mmmm

but great artists to ask them how did u keep going bach, mel gibson and off course worf and all the klingons, bob marley, so many and so little time siggest a banquet bodecia



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Posted on Sun, Nov 27, 2005 12:40

Right now, I think it would be pretty cool to have a sit down with former President Ronald Reagan...IMHO a great partriot and great American.



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Posted on Fri, Nov 18, 2005 14:41

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I would like to sit down with the man that is going to fall madly in love me and I him.

or...these guys


DA-UMMMMMMMM..MM...MMM
{i want one of those....[pointing while in begg'n position]?!?}to bad the pic don't post again....

  


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Posted on Tue, Nov 15, 2005 18:39

I know that you said no family, but if I were to have but one wish and have dinner with anyone I could, my wish would be to sit down to a Christmas dinner with my Son, Daughter, Brothers, Sister, Mother, Father, Grandfather, Grandmother, and Husband.... just one more time. My husband could see what beautiful people his children grew up to be. My Grandmother, Grandfather and Father would all be there because I love them and miss them so much. I am hoping this year at least my Mother, Brothers, Sister and me can all get together at Christmas. My Son, Daughter-in-Law, Daughter and I will celebrate a late Christmas and the birth of their children. Looks like it is Idaho or bust, lol. I have now been informed that both of my children will be parents in the near future. Wooo hooo!

  


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Posted on Thu, Nov 10, 2005 02:59

I would like to have the first conversation when I get to meet my 'Man' face to face.
What fun that would be!

DD

  


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Posted on Tue, Nov 08, 2005 19:40

Hands down....Jon Bonjovi(why waste time having dinner,smile)...



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Posted on Sat, Nov 05, 2005 09:40

I'd have to say Voltaire...an interesting character to say the least and an ancestor of mine.



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Posted on Sun, Oct 23, 2005 13:32

Was surprised to see this thread show up again...Was pleasantly surprised to see you chose me...Thanks Dyna..I'm speechless (and blushing)
Was surprised to see this thread show up again...Was pleasantly surprised to see you chose me...Thanks Dyna..I'm speechless (and blushing)