If you could do a Vulcan Mind Meld with one person (dead or alive) who would it be?
Me - John Lennon
Me - John Lennon
yes, but you would also have memories of all of the other women he bedded down with.Yeah, but then you would have memories of sex with Hillary. Ewwwwwww
Wow, the thought of you with a Mother Theresa mindset is unsettling. It's like putting a Honda Civic engine in a Ferrari...and do they have latex in Calcutta?? I mean, they don't even have FOOD in Calcutta...PlannerGirl said:or Mother Theresa-i have great respect for her and im not Catholic
Dude, Don't make me sick the wife on you. She is from Calcutta and they have everything there we do here except for Jerry Springer. Don't cross her man. She is really mean.prudence said:I mean, they don't even have FOOD in Calcutta...
No disrespect intended. I have a good friend from Madras and she has provided me with a decent understading of the culture.El Guapo said:
Dude, Don't make me sick the wife on you. She is from Calcutta and they have everything there we do here except for Jerry Springer. Don't cross her man. She is really mean.
Ever seen a 100 lb Hindu gal with Roid Rage? Guapo likes.PlannerGirl said:
Sounds like Guap likes a...strong woman ;-)
giggles and hides
Hmm....I would have never imagined the Great El Guapo as p**y-whipped!El Guapo said:
Ever seen a 100 lb Hindu gal with Roid Rage? Guapo likes.
Prudence, I knew you were jokin' It's just that she reads this board to. And I better be seen defending the home town or she is gonna put me back in the abused spouse shelter!
Yeah, but sometimes those things are catered.Tom R said:I guess that applies to a lot of things. That's why I don't like the "consensus building" thing. They are designed to degrade to the lowest common denominator -worthless drivel.
The common line seen on posters and invitations arounbd here is "Ladies please bring a sweet"Yeah, but sometimes those things are catered.
That was one of the names which popped up. Topping my list, though ...Michael Stumpf said:Thomas Jefferson - a brilliant mind and a chance to answer the Hemmings question.
Are you reading Dava Sobel's book? I loved it! If you like her writing and haven't read it already, you might want to try Longitude, too. It's short but really interesting.KMateja said:I'm taking forever to get through a book about Galileo's daughter, but it really is quite the interesting read. So I'm putting him on my list.
This is an interesting choice... I really enjoyed his book Tuva or Bust.Dan said:
That was one of the names which popped up. Topping my list, though ...
Richard Feynman - not only a brilliant mind, but a fascinating, very well-rounded individual. To quote Julian Schweiger, "An honest man, the outstanding intuitionist of our age, and a prime example of what may lie in store for anyone who dares to follow the beat of a different drum."