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Posted on Wed, Jun 06, 2007 18:55

some other singles site a few years ago had a question buried in the profile pages asking with whom you'd like to have lunch with and why SOOOOO let's have a go at it....and no bashing anyone for their choices either ok here ware a couple of my thoughts on this... Adolph Shickelgruber a/k/a Hitler...if for nothing but to ask him whatever was he thinking Ted Bundy...to learn some of his charming womam trapping ways....(actually...he was a very interesting character Princess Diana...one of my former customers is a subsidiary of a firm in the U.K. and hence had a full size blow up pic of Diana on their reception area wall....so for my choice of Diana having some good arm candy would do my ego good ;)


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Posted on Wed, Jun 20, 2007 20:24

Re: wyldechild write: Re: Thunderheart44 write: Wylde did you want to know more about the mayan predications for 2012,or something else ? Mmmmph, appears my original post got screwed up. I think the updates they have been making to the site have been hosing things up. more...delish...*wink* LOL, actually, my comment was along the lines of how the ancient civilizations were quite well versed in astrology and the stars. But more is good...more is good...he he he

13 moons yeah baby...


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Posted on Wed, Jun 20, 2007 18:46

Re: Thunderheart44 write: Wylde did you want to know more about the mayan predications for 2012,or something else ?

Mmmmph, appears my original post got screwed up. I think the updates they have been making to the site have been hosing things up. more...delish...*wink* LOL, actually, my comment was along the lines of how the ancient civilizations were quite well versed in astrology and the stars. But more is good...more is good...he he he


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Posted on Wed, Jun 20, 2007 03:50

Wylde did you want to know more about the mayan predications for 2012,or something else ?


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Posted on Sat, Jun 16, 2007 14:00

I second the dahli lama comment. Re how is he so happy? Even from the most distant view of his life, he has been raised, to spend it spiritually seeking and expanding his conscious awareness. There are very few humans in our present world, who have so many to care after them, that they can spend all their waking hours caring for others with compassion, and seeking to find a better understanding. I suppose his commitments are just of a more holisitc lot than most of ours :)


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Posted on Mon, Jun 11, 2007 06:11

Re: There is also someone else I would dearly like to talk to.There is an ancient Mayan ruler,also thought to be a shaman,named Quetzalcoatl.I would love to know what he knew about astronomy,and more importantly about the Mayan predictions of the end of the man in 2012.I'm dying to know from where all their information came from.Hard to believe such a primitive society had such advanced knowledge of math,stars,calenders,and predications of the future.

It is amazing the wealth of knowledge ancient civilizations had. I was just reading a bit of history on astrology the other day. I can't remember specific details at the moment but after a bit of research regarding one of the Egyptian pyramids and it's placement, they found that the African continent had shifted a bit and the placement of the pyramid was exactly as it should have been. Apparently they built them with the outer corners set on certain latitudes & longitudes in correlation with either the planetary alignments or something else which I cannot remember this early in the morning (ye olde pager waketh me up this morning...) LOL


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Posted on Sun, Jun 10, 2007 20:42

Oh bitterman - I'm so bummed that you got censored - I am sure your dining companions would have been interesting to hear about and was it just the name of the invited porn star or were you referencing itens on the menu and how they would be served? Are the LF censors that uptight?


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Posted on Sun, Jun 10, 2007 11:53

Being the lover of history as I am,I would very much like to have a sit down John F.Kennedy.Would be very interested in his views of the world then,and now. There is also someone else I would dearly like to talk to.There is an ancient Mayan ruler,also thought to be a shaman,named Quetzalcoatl.I would love to know what he knew about astronomy,and more importantly about the Mayan predictions of the end of the man in 2012.I'm dying to know from where all their information came from.Hard to believe such a primitive society had such advanced knowledge of math,stars,calenders,and predications of the future.


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Posted on Sun, Jun 10, 2007 09:01

Re: ...But then I guess I am not so interested in the famous people - just their being famous does not make them any more special, brilliant, entertaining, or worthy of my dinner party than the amazing yet unknown people I encounter everyday.

Hear, hear!!! You, my lady, have a wise soul. How wickedly delightful it would be to gather the eclectic mix of people we find intriguing. Online, in life, etc. My quest for knowledge is only surpassed by my enjoyment of humankind. Mmmmm, methinks a bit of mayhem might develop as well...LOL. But all the more fun!!!


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Posted on Fri, Jun 08, 2007 12:16

you got it Wyldechild - you are definitely a worthy dinner companion. Does not suprise that you love leighton - we kinda speak the same language without having to even think about it. How nice to find a kindred spirit. So who else who else....well Sally Potter the film maker is fascinating - she can come along. Sante Salvoni - an excellent chef, potter, artist and dog lover. My brother provided he stays this side of sober - he is not any fun when drunk but no one in the world knows how to make me laugh harder. Larry Ammons, sweetest trouble maker and instigator that ever was born into this world and can tell a story that will keep you rapt for hours. An empty chair/couch to be filled by who ever shows up unexpectedly. Starhawk. The sexy and wirery, bearded sweaty farmer from Fully Belly organic Farms in Davis California. Marc Richmond the smarty pants engineer whose eyes make it clear that he knows how to play. Katherine and Joseph a couple who make any gathering more interesting and creative and fun. MB and Jen two women who have the world tied round thier fingers while singing harmonies and constantly pulling in characters who happen to wander by that might add to the occasion. Brock, Jojo and Charlie when on their most generous and loving behavior. Well clearly a small party is just not possible....I have not even added all the LF folks and famous people. But then I guess I am not so interested in the famous people - just their being famous does not make them any more special, brilliant, entertaining, or worthy of my dinner party than the amazing yet unknown people I encounter everyday.


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Posted on Thu, Jun 07, 2007 17:37

Re: honeybiscuit write: Ohh I love this blog topic Bizz. .... So I am going to answer thoroughly a bit later - but I will say this- it will be dinner, not lunch. It will be in a tree house in Turkey that we will have to take a boat to reach and we will all lay about on soft couches being fed by each other and the servers. Dinner will last all night and will be broken up by parlor games, moonlit walks and probably some skinny dipping and massage. It will be incredibly decadent, sumptuous and satisfying. Later I will pop back in here and add my peeps and maybe even some of the details of the food and the wine and the chefs....

Ooo, ooo, take me, take me!!! Lord Frederic Leighton...I love his paintings. John W. Godward, John W. Waterhouse and Dante Rossetti are some of my other faves. Have lots of faves... BTW, a very, very good place to view a huge library of artwork is Art Renewal Int'l (online, Not sure if I can post website URLs.)

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Posted on Thu, Jun 07, 2007 14:53

Mother Theresa - to gain insight into her dedication and spirit - I'm not religious but she gave freely of herself and was devoted. I admire anyone who gives freely of themselve for the cause they believe in. Robin Williams/Jim Carey - so I can laugh until my sides ache. Life without humour is just not living. My Grandparents - whom I never knew and wish I had as they all passed away too early for me to remember them. Lady Di - I can't explain how on earth I would feel the loss of her passing when I never knew her but we lost a tremendous person from this world. I would love to have known her on a personal level.


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Posted on Thu, Jun 07, 2007 13:02

Ohh I love this blog topic Bizz. Back in my cheffing days I once was getting ready to open a restaurant in San Fran and the media hype had been crazy. We opened the doors one morning to take applications and to conduct interviews and had 1,300 people show up wanting to work in the kitchen. It was nuts. By the end of the day when we had whittled down the pack to about 50 (we needed about 30) we started asking questions like this one. So I am going to answer thoroughly a bit later - but I will say this- it will be dinner, not lunch. It will be in a tree house in Turkey that we will have to take a boat to reach and we will all lay about on soft couches being fed by each other and the servers. Dinner will last all night and will be broken up by parlor games, moonlit walks and probably some skinny dipping and massage. It will be incredibly decadent, sumptuous and satisfying. Later I will pop back in here and add my peeps and maybe even some of the details of the food and the wine and the chefs....

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Posted on Thu, Jun 07, 2007 10:20

The Pope because I think it would be fascinating. Nicole Simpson because I want to ask her if O.J. really did it. My grandma who passed away because I miss her so much.


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Posted on Thu, Jun 07, 2007 00:41

I have so many; but here are a couple/few. My boyfriend, because I miss him. :(( Diana Ross, just because I have always enjoyed her music. Jerry Jones - Dallas Cowboy, owner. I don't have a real reason, just think it would be interesting. amuse/honeybiscuit/jjiggl because I think we would do a lot of laughing. I"ll keep thinking about this and add more later. Good blog Bizz, thanks


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Posted on Wed, Jun 06, 2007 21:55

My brother...lol. He's not famous nor notorious, just my favorite person of all time. Annie Sprinkle...she is a wonderfully eclectic, funny, intelligent person and has done much to open up women's sexuality. Salvadore Dali, e.e. cummings and especially Leonardo DaVinci. i like my body when it is with your body. It is so quite new a thing. Muscles better and nerves more. i like your body. i like what it does, i like its hows. i like to feel the spine of your body and its bones, and the trembling -firm-smooth ness and which i will again and again and again kiss, i like kissing this and that of you, i like, slowly stroking the, shocking fuzz of your electric fur, and what-is-it comes over parting flesh . . . . And eyes big love-crumbs, and possibly i like the thrill of under me you so quite new ~~ e.e. cummings


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