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If you could invite four people-living or dead- to a dinner party, who would they be?

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My dad (still miss him so)
Mark Twain
Cleopatra
Dorothy Parker
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On February 10th, 2012 04:02 am (UTC), mrissa commented:
It's funny how much these things are shaped by one thing. In my case it's Grandpa. I couldn't have an opportunity like this without asking him, but then I wouldn't want to have a dinner party with him and with other guests he wouldn't enjoy, so Mark Twain is much more likely to make my list than he would otherwise be.
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On February 12th, 2012 09:29 pm (UTC), jasondwittman commented:
Care to elaborate on why you made those choices? (Choosing your father is obvious, but the other four?)

I hope this finds you well. :-)

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On February 12th, 2012 11:44 pm (UTC), wordswoman replied:
Well, Mark Twain and Dorothy Parker for their intelligence and wit, and to see who would win their inevitable battle for conversational dominance. Cleopatra to satisfy my yearning to meet a significant historical figure, especially a woman of power. I thought about Joan of Arc but I suspect she would make an unpredictable dinner guest.
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