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If you were having a dinner party and could invite 4 famous people, either living or deceased, who would you invite and why?

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      Georgiamamasita wrote Feb 24, 2010
    • Marilyn Monroe, Benjamin Franklin, Patricia Heaton, and Steve Martin.  I think they would all offer some pretty interesting perspectives, different kinds of beauty, intellect, and the laughter probably wouldn’t stop.  I am about to read Ben’s autobiography...he was a real card...and ladies man apparently.




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      Coralee Flug wrote Feb 25, 2010
    • Frank Lloyd Wright, Tony Robbins,  Walt Disney, Amelia Earhart

      Frank - Being a retired Interior Designer, I have always admired his work.

      Tony Robbins - he inspires and empowers

      Walt Disney - Never gave up on dreams and loved helped adults continue to let the kid inside stay alive

      Amelia - Strength of a women from the 30’s




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      Marya1961 wrote Feb 25, 2010
    • 1. Mohandas Gandhi—he vowed to speak the truth, organized non-violent talks and groups, lived a healthy vegetarian life and to me truly gifted.

      2. Julia Child—the original chef, a master in her field, so many modern day chefs have been inspired by her work and I just love the way she speaks.

      3. Jim Morrison—the lead singer of “The Doors” and a poet in his own right, not only a beautiful face, but an incredible spirituality that unfortunately could not be nurtured.

      4. The Three Stooges—I know I added all three, but they were and will always be classic, and that would sure add some entertainment to the evening!..lolestaticestatic




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      Medusa wrote Feb 25, 2010
    • I would invite Bono, Lance Armstrong, Miguel Bosé, and supreme court justice Sonia Sotomayor

      Bono - I really like his outrageous personality and his desire to change the world
      Lance Armstrong - physical strenght
      Miguel Bose - a very sophisticated artist
      Sonia Sotomayor - amazing life story




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      Coralee Flug wrote Feb 25, 2010
    • Wow ladies what a bunch of great people coming to dinner!




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      Coralee Flug wrote Feb 25, 2010
    • Hey Maryann you didnt tell us who you are having over!




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