Manly Man Dinner, Who Do You Invite As Guests?

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    If we limited it to people still alive today, my guest list would include Tom Selleck, Henry Kissinger, and Gen. David Petraeus. The alternates would be George H. W. Bush and my father in law (combat vet of 2 Pacific invasions in WWII, Bronze Star and Purple Heart recipient, and former South Dakota state lawmaker).
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    QKShooter...a man with a quick wit that is second to none...
    Sixto...just because I think I'd like to meet him and experience his dry sense of humor...
    Hopyard...to keep the discussion interesting. Between me, QK,Sixto and Hopyard, I think it'd be very interesting and entertaining.
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    My great grandfather A.C.- served in the Navy, in the Pacific during 'The War', who died when I was 3 or 4.
    Mr. Ermy- who doesn't love Gunny?
    John Wayne- What could be better than an evening with The Duke?
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    Henry Ford- the man who helped make the automotive industry what it is today.
    John Delorean- I love the cars he made. And, I have a little bit of a weakness for the automotive industry....
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    Teddy Roosevelt.

    Friedrich Nietzsche.

    Albert Camus.

    Alternate J.D. Salinger.
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    Ronald Reagan

    Audie Murphy

    Neil Armstrong


    After thinking about this question a little further, and not so much hero's of mine at all ( for obvious reasons) but for sheer fasinating conversation.

    * Winston Churchhill

    * FDR

    *Adolf Hitler (of course I am in no way condoning his actions in any way)

    could you imagine the discussion at that table???

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    QKShooter...a man with a quick wit that is second to none...
    Sixto...just because I think I'd like to meet him and experience his dry sense of humor...
    Hopyard...to keep the discussion interesting. Between me, QK,Sixto and Hopyard, I think it'd be very interesting and entertaining.
    What are we having?

    I'd be honored to have dinner with that list.

    Since I'm tired and can't think of anything to thoughtful, I'd invite

    Geraldo or Janet Reno (thats a man, right?)
    Barney Frank. I just want to tick him off and listen to him yell. It makes me laugh every time

    Bill Clinton with an alternate of Hillary (I know, its a mans dinner but she wears pants too)


    I'd beat them all with the stock of a Brown Betty after I get my Barney tirade and toss them out to the curb likes the sacks of trash they are. I'd also throw a paper bag out with whatever crap I got laying around the kitchen while smiling and waving thanking them for coming to my dinner party.

    Maybe I could make it a regular event.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    I got to thinking about a second dinner party. For this one I want:

    Hitler
    Saddam
    Bin Laden.

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    General George Custer

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    John Wayne
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    OK, I'm not tired and cranky anymore. Here is who I'd invite;

    Patrick Henry
    Paul Revere
    Jesus of course
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    My father
    My two sons

    They were too young when their grandfather passed.
    I think the four us would be good company at a manly dinner.

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