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Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by CryptoMiner, Jan 31, 2020.
Edit: crap, and Jim Morrison.
Ah Mozart...quite the painter, indeed.
I guess I would go with:
George Washington (explain what you think about your vision for the country compared to how it's turned out so far).
Gary Patterson (explain to me what I don't know about Sonny Cumbie and Jarrett Anderson).
Alanis Morissette (tell me what was really going on in your head during the mid-90's).
If I really sat down and thought about it, I might come up with a different list but that seems like a good enough couple of hours to make for an experience I could look back on for a while.
Not obsessed with golf, I like Hogan. The thought of such diverse players of the game would make for a fasinating evening..
Second includes Briles because he dies and then comes back to life . I get t to find out what hell is like.
No way Hussein and Stalin would share a meal with Briles.
Jefferson was a man of very few (spoken) words, so Franklin and Einstein would have to carry the conversation.
Would be fascinating to hear Paine and Lincoln debate. I suspect Paine wouldn't see eye to eye with Lincoln's political philosophy totally irrespective of views on slavery. I think they both would agree there.
Is that Bubba Smith's character in Police Academy?
The documentary "Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice" (2019) is very good. I saw her (from about 100 feet away) with the Eagles in 1976. She was a fox! (I've also met her long-time manager Peter Asher - from "Peter and Gordon" - World Without Love and many other hits from the mid-'60s - who appears i the doc.)
Robert E. Lee (we both grew up in the same home town)
Henry the 8th (he changed the English-speaking world in many ways)
Jane Fonda (much misunderstood, fab actress, incredibly smart - and I'm her political opposite - maybe I could change her mind!)
Brag: Beyonce (I've already had the pleasure, yep a 15-min one-on-one in NYC in 2013. She's strikingly beautiful, a wonderful person and I WAS starstruck - I'm never starstruck - and a Texan too!)
If I invite Hef, I'm letting him choose our other two dinner companions.
Unknown to most, Hedy Lamarr was a brilliant inventor whose concepts were the basis of cell phone and Bluetooth technology.
Get the documentary: "Bombshell" (2018). It tells her whole story and you'll never look at another beautiful woman again and think they are just looks and no brains.
I may have to invite Tony Finau and ask how he choked in Scottsdale.
Norm? Is that you?
And Thomas Jefferson
might want to add a bit of colour for thomas