Another thread about airport security got me thinking about meeting people, and asking them what they were thinking when they...
If you could meet and talk with anyone, from any time, who is dead or alive, (of course they would be alive when you meet them), whom would it be?
I've thought about this a lot over the years and have decided I'd like to meet Benjamin Franklin. What an amazing mind that worked on so many different levels. I'd really like to get his take on the way things are now.
For dead guys, I'd have to agree on Dr. Franklin... certainly a radical thinker for his time. Thinker, philosopher, inventor, notorious ladies man, and someone who evidently enjoyed a nice 'buzz' as much as anyone. He had it all.
of the founding fathers would no doubt be interesting to meet and chat up. I think Jefferson would be right up there with Franklin on my 'dead guy' list. Of course I'd want a taste of his Monticello homebrew.
Also on the 'dead guy' list, but going back a bit further, I'd love to meet the one that the folklore calls Jesus Christ...I've got a boatload
of questions for that
As far as people alive today, there's a dozen people on that list. But to narrow it down, and providing that there was a provision of guarantee for unfiltered answers, I think I'd have a question or three for whoever it is that's top guy in charge of "Area 51"...
I'm not a conspiracy buff, but I still have this nagging feeling that there could be something
they might not be telling us...