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Posted 8/27/15
Dr King would be my choice very good speaker and would love to here is views on race all day long
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32 / M / Hemet, California
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Posted 8/27/15 , edited 8/27/15
None of them. I honesty would turn down a offer cause to me I have no interest
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19 / F / United Kingdom
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Posted 8/27/15
I don't know most of them, hahaha but the ones I do know definitely wouldn't
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28 / M / St.Louis
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Posted 8/27/15 , edited 8/27/15
I guess Obama that way I can eat at a fancy restaurant.
Posted 8/29/15
Obama would be pretty awesome because I think he'd be great fun to talk to
Posted 8/29/15
Friedrich Nietzsche, I would just listen to his poems while eating and conversations with him wouldn't be dry.
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24 / F / United States, DE
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Posted 8/29/15
Out of those I would say Obama.

He is very professional, but also seems like he would be cool to talk to one on one.
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Posted 9/1/15 , edited 9/1/15
Ruth and I would have an interesting conversation.
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19 / F / Croatia
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Posted 9/1/15
Nietzsche. Such an interesting individual. We could even speak German.
Posted 9/1/15
Martin Luther
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17 / F / イブキド
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Posted 9/3/15
Definitely Martin Luther King Jr. He's very intelligent.
Posted 9/3/15 , edited 9/3/15
Fredrich Niezsche,I hear good things about his work although I don't think he spoke english so I'd need a translator.
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65 / F / Between a rock OR...
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Posted 9/3/15
Justice Ginsberg always seems to make the decisions that make sense to me. They seem wise and fair. Her statements seem down to earth and humane. She makes liberalism and feminism seem like a logical choice. I think we could have a pleasant conversation.

She's not an orator like Obama and King, nor a philosopher like Nietzsche, but her quotes are wise and they cut to the logic of her decisions.
She says some memorable things. It's easy to forget that she's 82 years old.



http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/9-powerful-ruth-bader-ginsburg-quotes

Posted 9/3/15
None.

I wouldn't know what to talk about.
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24 / M / England
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Posted 9/3/15 , edited 9/3/15
Regardless of your opinion on Obama, it's unarguable he's one of the best curators of our time, also Politics is an excellent thing to talk about - as I'm not an American I don't feel any bias toward liking or disliking him, so it would surely be an interesting conversation.
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