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Any Deceased Celebrity or Legends You Wish to Meet
Posted 3/26/14
So do you guys wish to meet dead legends like Elvis Presley or Frank Sinatra? I always wanted to meet Theodore Roosevelt or John F. Kennedy because they were both great pioneers that created beautiful contributions to this world. It would be pretty amazing to have a discussion with them and tell any dead legends of how the world is now, including what is going on in today's entertainment.

It can be any deceased celebrity or legend like I mentioned two above, and they should have a good reputation. You can even meet Albert Einstein if you want. (:

Which deceased celebrities or legends do you want to meet in person?
Posted 3/26/14 , edited 3/26/14
Audrey Hepburn and Freddie Mercury. One of my favorite actors and people ever, and the other is the spellbinding frontman for my favorite group ever.

She's not a celebrity, but I would have loved to meet Anne Frank.
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Posted 3/26/14
Noble Drew Ali or anyone in Propria Persona Sui juris from before 1940. I could literally fix everything if I could talk to them!
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Posted 3/26/14
They're all my inspirations.

Sylvia Plath, poet, died in 1963
Paul Gray, bassist from Slipknot, died in 2010
Anne Frank, if you don't know who Anne Frank is I will literally bang my head against my table, died 1945
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Posted 3/26/14 , edited 3/26/14
leleouch

or

jesus <<<<------ primarily to see him

or

all greek goddess and gods ( for so many reasons both good and bad )

or

rourin kenshin

or

the guy who invented the atom bomb or invented war in general =

or

..............my list can go on forever...............

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King Arturia or Saber!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <<<<<<<<<<<<<<------------------------ okay this tops everyhthing
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Posted 3/26/14
I wouldn't mind meeting the Founding Fathers. As far as celebrities, maybe Chris Farley, and Paul Walker.
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Posted 3/26/14
John Keats. I just love him. Also, the Buddha. I think he'd be pretty interesting to talk to. I think Aristotle would be pretty interesting to talk to as well. I'd just make a pot of tea and we'd talk about whatever. Actually, it would be pretty exciting to invite them all at once.
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Posted 3/26/14

anchore wrote:

John Keats. I just love him. Also, the Buddha. I think he'd be pretty interesting to talk to. I think Aristotle would be pretty interesting to talk to as well. I'd just make a pot of tea and we'd talk about whatever. Actually, it would be pretty exciting to invite them all at once.


omg aristole i forgot about him

now that would be a fun guy to talk too
Posted 3/26/14
nobody, really. i'm not that keen on meeting people.

besides I have 7 billion people alive to choose from, and they could be more fascinating than any of the dead people.
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Posted 3/26/14

GayAsianBoy wrote:

nobody, really. i'm not that keen on meeting people.

besides I have 7 billion people alive to choose from, and they could be more fascinating than any of the dead people.


Seven billion. I still have a lot more eating to do, eh? I'm still only in the thousands when it comes to those I've 'met.'

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Posted 3/26/14
James Dean? *_______________*
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Peter Steele. I think we would get along pretty well. I'd also love to have a conversation with Socrates, or Gautama Buddha.
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Difficult question. I have a huge list in my head. The most prominent I can narrow it down to are

Isaac Newton
St. Augustine
Bach
Johannas Kepler
St. Francis of Assisi
Paganini (Or maybe Vivaldi... hmm...)
St. John the Apostle
Franz Liszt

If I absolutely had to pick??? I guess St. John, since despite how much I really want to meet all of them, i'd probably get the most from John. Interestingly, my faith stipulates that Jesus actually isn't deceased, so I can't really say him technically speaking lol
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Posted 3/26/14
i am surprised

i havent seen any...

hitlers

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nepoeloens 9however you spell that guys name0
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Posted 3/27/14
Capital Steez R.I.P.
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