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This post was edited by HuskerBuckeye 17 months ago
Referencing other threads I'm surprised no one said AJ Mc Carron's mom of the PSU cheerleader?
Bear Gryllis (just for fun)
Jim Carrey, (I like to laugh)
Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk (would have said Paul Tibbets if he were still living)
Jesus, woody, tress, john rockefeller, Henry ford.
Now here's a list of chicks id like to tap. Obviously in their prime.
Cleopatra. Something special about a woman who rules the world basically.
This is no brainer for me Dylan Dylan Dylan Dylan Dylan cause he spits hot fire.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
+1 Yep, Big Foot and Reagan would be on my list...
"Your Mouth Keeps Signing Checks that Your Body Can't Cash"
1. Johnny Bench
2. Jerry West
3. Abraham Lincoln
Two of these I would love to talk and party with. The other three I would just pick their brains..I find them very interesting and would love to hear what they had to say.
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Hunter S. Thompson
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1. Peter Gabriel (Light years ahead of anyone else on this list)
2. Carl Sagan
3. Stephen Hawking
4. The President
5. Urban Meyer
Odd list for being in my 20's I guess, but I love astronomy and science. Peter Gabriel seems like one of the most intelligent human beings to ever walk this earth, and what he has done for the world is amazing. A true humanitarian, and his style of music from the 70's and 80's is some of the most amazing, beautiful, and original music I've ever heard.(Lay Your Hands On Me, No Self Control, Mercy Street... The list goes on and on). The President and Urban Meyer are for obvious reasons I'll leave you to figure out.
Bob Knight is a good choice. Very cerebral and patriotic. I watched him on a televison show called "The Fishin' Hole" with Jerry McGinnis back in the 80's and Bobby said that the 8 greatest words ever uttered were, "America, America, God shed His Grace on thee..." Surprised me but I appreciated the sentiment.
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