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Goreki

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Ooh! Now THIS is a good one!

1. Angelina Jolie
2. Edgar Allen Poe
3. Roald Dhal
4. The Dalai Lama
5. Sylvia Plath
6. Salvador Daali
7. David Attenborough
 

Surlysomething

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1. Pierre Trudeau

2. Tina Fey

3. Will Farrell

4. Kurt Cobain

5. Bill Clinton

6. Conan O'Brien

7. Wayne Gretzky
 

Lil BigginZ

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richjunkerman,
I didn't read your list until after I finished mine. Funny how we both picked Kurt Cobain and Will Ferrell. :happy:
:bow: would love to hear some new kurt music and nothing better then joking around at the dinner table with everyone. mostly why most of my list are comedians. i LOVE comedy, all kinds, nothing is to weird for me. if anything i weird most people out with the shit i like lol.
 

Surlysomething

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:bow: would love to hear some new kurt music and nothing better then joking around at the dinner table with everyone. mostly why most of my list are comedians. i LOVE comedy, all kinds, nothing is to weird for me. if anything i weird most people out with the shit i like lol.

I think I could just stare at Will and Tina and be happy the rest of my life.

HAHA.
 

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1.Ryszard Riedel
2.Angelina Jolie
3.Johnny Depp
4.Magik
5.Damian Marley
6.John Galliano
7.Julius Caesar
 

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1.Ryszard Riedel
2.Angelina Jolie
3.Johnny Depp
4.Magik
5.Damian Marley
6.John Galliano
7.Julius Caesar
Damian Marley is performing at my university- you should come visit and we can kidnap him :p
 

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1. Kevin Smith
2. Stan Lee
3. Penn Jillette
4. Jim Norton
5. George Carlin
6. Joss Whedon
7. Nathan Fillion
 

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Had to go (mostly) historical:

1. Rita Hayworth (c. 1946)
2. George Takei
3. Napoleon Bonaparte (c. 1815)
4. Stephen Colbert
5. Howard Hughes (c. 1943)
6. Salvador Dali (c. 1931)
7. Kim Novak (c. 1958)

Also: We will be having tacos and beer.
 

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1. Albert Einstein
2. Epicurus
3. Laozi
4. Friedrich Nietzsche
5. Murray Rothbard
6. Alexander The Great
7. Leonardo da Vinci
 

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1. Kurt Cobain
2. Gerard way
3. Frank Iero
4. Bert McCracken
5. Beetoven
6. My grandpa Dunlap
7. Joan of Arc
 

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1. Friedrich Nietzsche
2. Stephen Colbert
3. Sam Harris
4. Christopher Hitchens
5. Richard Dawkins
6. Stephen Hawking
7. Benjamin Franklin
 

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1. Otto von Bismarck
2. Alexander Hamilton
3. Adam Smith
4. Karl Marx
5. Pope Innocent III
6. Saladin
7. James J. Hill
 

rellis10

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I'm really useless at thinking of things like this, so my selection is probably pretty boring lol.

1) Kevin Spacey
2) Derren Brown
3) Bruce Springsteen
4) Dylan Moran
5) Richard Dawkins
6) Karl Marx
7) Stephen Fry
 

Vageta

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*1. George Carlin
2. Dr. Seuss (Whatever his real name was)
3. Hunter S Thompson
4. John Lennon
5. Marlon Brando
6. Ozzy Ozbourne
7. Pink
 

Tad

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The great white north, eh?
Assuming we could all somehow communicate.....

1) Scheherazade (teller of the stories of 1001 nights....assuming she is inspired by some real woman with a gift for story telling)
2) Heron of Alexandria (ancient inventor--If he is too obscure, could substitute in Archemedes. )
3) Sappho of Lesbos (early greek poettess/philosopher--If she is too obscure, could substitute Billie Halliday)
4) Benjamin Franklin
5) My wife
6) William Shakespeare (or whoever wrote those plays...)
7) Cleopatra (by all reports she was exceptionally well educated and cultured)
 

agouderia

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Assuming we could all somehow communicate.....

3) Sappho of Lesbos (early greek poettess/philosopher)
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7) Cleopatra (by all reports she was exceptionally well educated and cultured)
Now Sappho would certainly have also been delighted you also invited Cleopatra ... she probably was exactly her type ...;)

I'd like to invite the following crew to a winter cheese fondue ...

1. Elisazeth I. of England
2. Charles Maurice de Talleyrand (... Napoléon's foreign minister)
3. Marie Antoinette
4. Leo Tolstoy
5. Winston Churchill
6. Goddess Athena
7. Gérard Dépardieu (... especially if he supplies the wine..)

... somehow I think they'd gell pretty well ... and French would work as a common language with only Athena having to learn it ...
 
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