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Mile High Mania
06-13-2001, 01:04 PM
Ok, I'm not sure if this has gone around here before.... but, I have had this asked of me several times.

If you could invite 4 people to dinner, who would they be and what would you serve them? Yes, it can be anyone who is no longer with us. I'm interested to hear what you say.

Here's my list:

John Elway
Diamond David Lee Roth
Steve Martin
Drew Carey

Bit of an odd mix, I might add, but I think there would be some colorful conversations. As for the meal... I'd serve pizza and beer, keep it casual.

keg in kc
06-13-2001, 01:14 PM
My list will change several times daily, but at this very moment I would invite:

Halle Berry
Laetitia Casta
Jessica Alba
Salma Hayak

I would serve:

Oysters and lots of wine. ;)

06-13-2001, 01:40 PM
Winston Churchill
Meg Ryan
My Wife

06-13-2001, 01:53 PM
Since I am married my wife would kill me if it was:

Shania Twain
Faith Hill
Angellia Jolie (sp?)
Brittney Spears

So I'll play it safe and say:



06-13-2001, 01:55 PM
Dennis Miller
Ed Podolak
George Brett
Ginger Lynn

The boys can fend for themselves.
If Ginger is in my house, dinner is about the last thing I'll be thinking about.

Keg-nice list!

06-13-2001, 02:09 PM
albert einstein
leonardo divincci
bill gates
pope jp2

serving brats, kraut, cowboy beans and Blue Shield.
dinner conversation....ways to make me rich, famous, and popular in heaven....invent some cool shiite, and with that, the hot chicks and big fun will take care of themselves.....

~would have a second dinner with 4 playmates of my choice tba.

06-13-2001, 02:11 PM
Rush Limbaugh
Harry Truman
James Carville
Gen. George Patton

KC Strip, baked potato, and a couple of black and tans.

06-13-2001, 02:12 PM
Moses and

I'd serve bread and wine because then I wouldn't have to worry about the pork thing.

I'd love to hear the first three tell me about their religions and I could see for myself if they were indeed holy men.

Khufu built the great pyramid of Giza and I'd like to know how the **** he did it...

06-13-2001, 02:12 PM
Abe Lincoln
Teddy Roosevelt
Martin Luther

Its an odd group and would not know what to serve. My guess would be Bread and Wine, wild game hen and some sort of salad.


06-13-2001, 02:14 PM
Damn, Hoover, we're thinking too much alike...;)

06-13-2001, 02:14 PM
The person I would most like to have a beer with would be Pete Rose.

06-13-2001, 02:15 PM
58 -

I didn't see yours till I posted mine (Wierd)

06-13-2001, 02:15 PM
Same here, we posted at the same time...

06-13-2001, 02:23 PM
Ronald Reagan
George Patton
Adolf Hitler
Erin Rommel

Ok, first 2 need no explanation. ( besides I could turn them loose on #3)

#3, just because the man was such a charismatic leader, I would like to talk to him just to see if he really believed what he said, or was playing to the masses.

#4 Patton's alter ego.

06-13-2001, 02:35 PM

an ex girlfriend's dad had a photo album given to him by his father that was General Goering's(he had taken it during a raid of his summer home in the war). It contained many many pictures of Hitler at weddings, christenings, and picnics.....I had never seen anything like it....the guy looked as normal as anyone....the soft light church pics and him holding babies was eerie.

~gave me the eebie jeebies...I'm sure it would be very valuable to the right collector.

06-13-2001, 02:37 PM
Jesus - Biblical
George Brett - HOF Athlete
Einstein - Genius
Savanah - Deceased Porn Star

I like diversity with my dinner conversation. I think the above would accomplish just that.

I'd serve Wine - Biblical, Hot Dogs - Athlete, Tuna - Brain Food and Pie - Well, you get the drift :D

06-13-2001, 02:39 PM
Iowa, very valuable...the guy could probably retire if he ever decided to sell it...

06-13-2001, 03:46 PM
I have seen a lot of film footage of him, in "normal" settings, and it is errie. Would just be fasinated to hear him speak.

Patton, I would like to here him speak of his ideas about reincarnation.

Ronald, just to know him, he was such a powerfull speaker.

Rommel- he was a milatary genius

06-13-2001, 04:11 PM
Robert Monroe
Aleister Crowley
Albert Einstein

Russian Standard Vodka Martini's
Barbacued everything
Opus X cigars with variety of very special scotch & cognac to choose from. Mmmmmmm:D

06-13-2001, 05:59 PM
I don't know about dinner, but one person I'd really to meet is the person that came up with the idea of faucets in public restrooms that you have to hold down in order for the water to continue to run.
I hate that.
I'd ask him what the hell he was thinking?

Bob Dole
06-13-2001, 06:00 PM
Gamal Abdul Nassar, Adolph Hitler, Robin Williams and Jonathan Winters.

Refried beans, pinto beans, navy beans w/ ham, ranch style beans.

Bob Dole wants to better understand nationalism. (As a relatively mobile society without <b>serious</b> roots, we'll never understand what's going on in the Middle East.)

And if you ever saw the interview Barbara Walters had with Robin Williams and Jonathan Winters, you wouldn't even need to ask.

The resulting farts from the dinner would just add too much material for Williams and Winters to resist, and the last part of the evening would be spent listening to them bag on Hitler and Nassar.

Bob Dole
06-13-2001, 06:01 PM
Heck yeah, Milkman. That guy and the woman that decided restroom doors should open <i>in</i>, so you have to grab the handle with the hand you just washed...

06-13-2001, 06:38 PM
Any four people, eh?

Winston Churchill
Thomas Brooche (my great-great-great-great-grandfather)
Jimmy Stewart
Sun Tzu

I've always admired Churchill, more for his books (A History of the English-speaking peoples and his WWII books) than anything else. But he saw the Age of Empires at their peak and then the long drawn out road to nationalism.

My great*-grandfather was a Civil War Veteran, who rode with Bedford Forrest and J.E.B. Stuart and participated in the Battle of Gettysburg. I'd just like to ask him questions about his experiences. We have the family stories, but I'd like to know the truth.

Jimmy Stewart is one of my favorite actors as well as being a hero of WWII. He was at the 50th anniversary of Jimmy Doolittle's raid that was celebrated at the Presidio of Monterey while I was there. I was SO proud to get to meet some of Doolittle's Raiders and was never prouder of being in uniform at the time.

Even if "The Art of War" is a compilation of a number of Chinese military theorists, I'd like to meet the man who is credited with putting a very complex thing into such simple yet very accurate terms. The book is small, the message is powerful.

06-13-2001, 07:02 PM
John Lennon
Bill Cosby
Ben Franklin

Tomato Soup with peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches.

Clint in Wichita
06-13-2001, 08:49 PM
Alexander the Great
George Washington
Carl Sagan
Nicole Kidman

3 guests and one dessert.

06-13-2001, 09:48 PM
Charlton Heston
Ronald Reagan (if he was still healthy)
Norman Schwarzkopf
Margaret Thathcher

Would be one dinner party.

Beer, Iced Tea, Grilled Steak, Baked Potatos, and Corn on the cob

I admire each of these individuals tremendously and think they would all be so down to earth as to enjoy that dinner. The conversation has such potential.

keg in kc
06-13-2001, 10:05 PM
I said I'd change my mind a few times depending on the time of day, and here's who I'd invite right now:

Carl Sagan
Isaac Azimov
John Coltrane

I'd make it a pot luck.

06-14-2001, 12:33 AM
Using the previous answers as a measuring stick, I think this well intended post has been broken up into to groupings.

1. Getting the people you find most intriguing together for dinner and enjoying their company while observing their interaction, and;

2. Getting together with the 4 girls you would most like to have a gang-bang with.

Far be it me to break up the momentum…

Category 1:
1. Joe Montana
2. Jack Nicholson
3. Winston Churchill
4. Albert Einstien

Category 2:
1. Salma Hayek
2. Anna Kournikova
3. Jennifer Anostine
4. A girl from college who's name will remain anonymous

Almost forgot what I'd server:

Catagory 1 - surf and turf followed by fine brandy and cigars
Catagory 2 - Cristal Champagne, bubble baths and strawberrys

~not the first time he's thought about this

06-14-2001, 05:02 AM
1. Jesus
2. Judus - Just what were you thinking?
3. George Washington
4. Mark Twain

My father would be there or else I'd kick Judas out of that group real quick. My father was the most important person in my life as I grew up. He taught me that the most important thing I would ever own in this life was my name. Jesus taught me that the most important thing I will ever own in this life or ever is my soul. :)

I think 1 fish and 1 loaf of bread would be plenty. :D

Mark M
06-14-2001, 06:19 AM
Interesting ... and difficult. Let's see here:

1. Mark Twain for great stories and conversation
2. The architect for the Great Pyramids of Egypt (Khufu was the pharoh, wasn't he 58forever? I can't remember the architects name ... where is my wife when I need her?) so I can find out how in the hell they built those things.
3. Richard Pryor for comedic relief (naturally, this is the healthy, non-coked-up version of the greatest comedian ever).
4. Mozart, as long as he brings a piano with him.

I can think of many others and, like keg, I might change my mind as the day progresses. But right now I think that's a good mix. Oh yeah, it also assumes that they all speak English. It also assumes that my wife is there with me.

What's for dinner? Some good ol' KC bar-b-que, of course!! I'm thinking ribs, some burnt ends, a keg of Boulevard Wheat ...

LOL!!! Can't argue much with the second list ... too bad I'm married and faithful. Just send me a tape, would ya? ;)

~~Would gladly open his house to any of these people.

Mile High Mania
06-14-2001, 06:36 AM
Pretty interesting... some of you guys are inviting some pretty high-power people. We've got everyone from saviors to comedians, war heros and naughty li'l vixens.

Alton deFlat
06-14-2001, 08:33 AM
Interesting thread!! I gave this some thought, and I'd have to say:

My dad (who died in 1982)
John Wayne (probably my dad's favorite actor)
My daughter (because she never had the opportunity to meet my dad, which is unfortunate)
Marilyn Monroe (WOW)

We would have homemade Ravioli, corn on the cob, fried zucchini, and wine.

06-14-2001, 10:46 PM

Should it ever occur, you'll be the first to get the video!


Mark M
06-15-2001, 06:01 AM
ROTFLMAO!!! I'll have the VCR ready!! :D

I asked my wife about this thread, and here are hers:

1. God, for several reasons: a.) to find out if he/she/it actually exists; b.) some people have posted Jesus as a guest ... her thought is "Why not take out the middle man?"; c.) she has a few questions.

2. Michaelangelo: she wants to know how he came up with the helicopter, submarine and other inventions when nothing of the sort existed.

3. Herodotus: a Greek historian who wrote about the ancient wonders of the world. She has some questions for him as well.

4. Hemon: This is the guy who was the foreman on the Great Pyramids. She, just like me and a few others, want to know how in the hell they did it.

She pretty much just wants to ask these people (and deity) some questions about what they knew. As far as what to serve, her response was: "Well, your a$$ will be cookin', so make it something good!" :)

~~Just added four more reasons to love his wife.

Clint in Wichita
06-15-2001, 08:21 AM
Mark M,

I don't mean to rain on your parade, but I think Leonardo da Vinci is the guy that invented the helicopter, submarine, etc.

06-15-2001, 01:46 PM
DaVinci, Michaelangelo

Heey fogeeta bout it,

there both Italians arnt dey.

06-15-2001, 05:16 PM
Mark M

Just my opinion, but I believe the reason most people chose Jesus for a dinner guest instead of God is the origional question asked for four "people" you would invite. The bible states that God is spirit and I believe that most of us think of Him in that light.

Also an important fact to know; the bible also says that no man can look upon the face of God and live. I really don't want to invite a dinner guest who would kill me if I happened to look upon them - although I have been on a few dates where this rule applied. :D

Baby Lee
06-15-2001, 05:45 PM
Heck, I thought Mark was talking about the teenage mutant ninja turtle. I could never tell those apart either.


06-15-2001, 06:21 PM
Originally posted by old_geezer
.....Also an important fact to know; the bible also says that no man can look upon the face of God and live. I really don't want to invite a dinner guest who would kill me if I happened to look upon them - although I have been on a few dates where this rule applied. :D


Dude that was hilarious, great way to lighten a serious thought :D

Mark M
06-18-2001, 05:52 AM
LOL fellas!!

I asked her the same thing abour De Vinci ... I think they both screwed around with that stuff. Honestly, she'd probably take either one.

As far as god goes ... she'll take a representation of him (although a burning bush would really ruin the carpet, I think). :D

~~Will take what he can get.

California Injun
06-18-2001, 08:27 AM
The mose recent Playmates of the Years... (2001, 2000, 1999, and 1998).

Who needs intelligent discourse with eye candy like that?

Besides, I can't think and eat at the same time. (Although having 4 bunnies in scantily clad evening wear would probably make me THINK of something anyways!):D