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Old 05-24-2009, 09:17 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by zelda_pinwheel View Post
hm, there are many people i would like to spend a day or week with, however i think i'd also be a bit afraid to meet some of my great artistic or litterary heroes, because it would be really disappointing to discover that someone whose work i revere is a jackass.
I hadn't thought of that. But did you know, Zelda, that Pirandello despised both cats *and* chocolate?! (just kidding)

This is the easiest question in the world for me to answer. I'd want to meet (or, rather, be a fly on the wall so as to watch carefully without interrupting) Gandhi, particularly when he was young to figure out how he came to be who we know him to be. But a day wouldn't cut it - I'd need to follow him until he was at least 30 years old.
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