Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Question Of The Day


I'd choose Angelina Jolie. I find her fascinating. And if she wasn't available, I wouldn't mind spending the day with Tom Hanks. He's probably a lot of fun to be around.

How about you?

34 comments:

  1. Oh, hard one! If I could spend a day with a celebrity it would be a touch choice between Rainn Wilson, played Dwight Schrute in The Office but has a great website and YouTube channel called Soul Pancake. I love his soulful, creative take on life with a little Bahai faith mixed in.

    My other choice would be Pema Chodron (sp), a famous Buddhist teacher. Her peacefulness and gentleness are pretty inspiring.

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    1. Oh, I should look up Pema Chodron. She sounds lovely.

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    2. She has some wonderful Youtube videos that are really helpful. A great Tedtalk too.

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    3. I'm definitely going to have to look her up!

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    1. Thanks! And also ...
      thanks for your support!
      Great to see you on my YT.
      You rock. Big time.

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    2. No need to thank me. It's nice to support friends. It's been a tough month and I've fallen behind on things but I'm getting there.

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  3. I've met my fair share of celebs over the years and they are just like you and me really, some have been delightful and some a disappointment, but all of them very human.

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  4. Emilia Clarke with the Daenerys Targaryen hair


    but Tom Hanks does sound like a fun time


    Robin williams if he was still alive

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    1. Robin Williams!!! That would definitely be a choice for me. After all this time, I'm still saddened by his death.

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  5. probably Barack Obama, I admire him.

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    1. This is a great choice! I would love to speak to him personally, and Michelle, too!

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  6. Okay, what is with the cone of shame in your last post?????

    I think of all celebrities, it would be some who are deceased...Groucho Marx (if I want a fair bit of teasing)...John Candy (if I want some really good down to earth conversation)...and Richard Widmark (for a giggly cheap thrill - my fave film noir actor). I would also love to meet Eddie Guerrero, the late and great WWE Wrestler...I'd love to talk to him about wrestling and how he managed to conquer his addictions only to succumb to them...and...I would LOVE to meet the real Jack the Ripper...from a safe place...if he were willing to talk to me! :)

    I'm with Adam, Robin Williams too. His death made me weep for days. He suffered a lot of the same things I have and do in my life. I read that he took many of the same meds I used to. I would love to talk to him and talk him out of his final decision.

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    1. John Candy! Oh my gosh, of course. That is someone I would definitely choose. Oh how sad that he died so young. He was such a joy. And I'm with you and Adam about Robin Williams! I feel the same way, Rain. When I heard about his death, it stabbed me in the heart. The world lost a precious soul :(

      I'm so fascinated by your choice of Jack the Ripper. What would you ask him?

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    2. I think I would just try to analyze him, see what type of sociopath he is and what triggered the leap to serial murder. I took a few courses in criminology and the psychiatric aspect of it really interested me! Plus I want to know if he REALLY had mutton chops!! :)

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    3. I think that would be one heck of an experience. When I studied computer programming, we had to do a presentation on whatever topic we wanted. Guess what I picked? Yup, serial killers :)

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  7. Hard one!!
    ... and I'm still thinking about it.

    All the best Jan

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  8. I never thought of this before. Let's see now. How about Baba. He's a DJ who is an elderly Indian . His stories are fascinating.

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    1. Now I'm curious. I'm going to have to look him up.

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  9. Morgan Freeman ,i find him so fascinating specially his spectacular accent and grave personality

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    1. That is such a great choice! He has such an incredible voice.

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  10. Good question, Martha! So many....
    At this stage in my life it would have to the Dalai Lama.
    Pema Chodron is right up there too.

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    1. Fantastic choice, Jim! I would love to meet the Dalai Lama. That would be an incredible experience.

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  11. This took a nanosecond ~ Harrison Ford! LOL Have a good one, my friend!

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    1. HAHAHA! Well, I have to say that he'd be an interesting person to meet!

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  12. Stephen Fry. Dude's so god damn intelligent it's ridiculous.

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    1. I thought I didn't know who he is. And when I looked him up and saw his photo I thought "I know this guy!" LOL

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