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You may invite 5 people to Thanksgiving

Who are they?

Alive or dead.

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Preferably real people, not, like, Bert and Ernie (beside, Ernie would come to my house if given his druthers).

Let’s make this easy and say we are already allowed to bring our friends and family and loved ones.

I just want to know which famous people, or people in history, you would most like to share your holiday meal with you.

It’s interesting to wonder who out of the people we admire would make good dinner guests. I’ll forgo Woody Allen and Lester Bangs and Jean-Michel Basquiat because, frankly, I think they would make lousy guests. Andy Warhol? Nah.

My list:
1. Buddha

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2. Richard Pryor

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3. Yoko Ono

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4. Brian Eno

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5. John Cage

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This will all change by next week. (Well, not, I suspect, Buddha and Richard).

Who’s on your list?

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6 thoughts on “You may invite 5 people to Thanksgiving

  1. 1. The apostle John
    2. Bob Dylan circa 1965 during his pissed off party rock stage.
    3. Winona Ryder, circa Reality Bites
    4. Diablo Cody
    5. Kevin Smith

  2. Kevin Croitz on said:

    Ole Abe Lincoln, for some wisdom, Bob Dylan to play guitar, Joan Baez to sing, Charro to dance and liven things up, Michio Kaku to have deep conversations with, and Jack Kerouac to write about the evening.

  3. That was a close one!

    1) John Waters
    2) Kenneth Anger
    3) Paul Lynde
    4) Siouxsie Sioux
    5) Tallulah Bankhead

  4. ginavivinetto on said:

    Oh my god, Ben. With the tiniest bit of booze, your party would IMPLODE.

  5. Teresa Carlton on said:

    Alice Paul
    Joni Mitchell
    Barack Obama (yes, That ONE!)
    Angela Davis
    Harriet Tubman

  6. Kevin Croitz on said:

    allright I just have to do this again, Gary Snyder for some back country zen wisdom, Pete Seeger for a song, my Muse Marla Misenheimer because shes a hoot, Don Rickles for some levity, and Karen Walker for more booze.

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