That man is the richest whose pleasures are the cheapest. - Henry David Thoreau
Question #85282 posted on 01/29/2016 12:38 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

If you could have dinner with any 3-10 people (separate if you'd like for those who want George Washington and Emma Watson) who would they be? What would you ask them?

-Dallin IV

A:

Dear Doctor,

  1. Emma Watson
  2. Shannon Hale
  3. Patrick Rothfuss
  4. Brandon Sanderson
  5. Phil Coulson oh wait he's actually not real
  6. My future husband. "oh look all these famous people, this normal guy must be my future husband" 
  7. Plot twist, only nine of ten people show up, meaning one of them is my future husband. It's probably David Archuleta.
  8. J.K. Rowling
  9. Lady Ada Lovelace
  10. C.S. Lewis

-Tally M.

A:

Dear E'lir,

  1. Patrick Rothfuss
  2. Lin-Manuel Miranda
  3. Brandon Sanderson
  4. My brother
  5. John Brennan (Director of the CIA)

It seems I am only inviting men to my little dinner party. I guess they can all bring their spouses too. I don't know what I would ask them, but I expect that conversation would be riveting.

Sincerely,
The Soulful Ginger 

A:

Dear George,

1. J.K. Rowling

2. Henry VIII

3. Louis XIV

4. William Shakespeare

5. Walt Disney

6. John Lennon

7. Marlon Brando

8. My great-grandmother

9. Abraham Lincoln

10. Rob Lowe

While I would love to meet all of these people, if I was in the presence of even one of them I would probably just stare at them in awed and awkward silence. I might be able to talk to J.K. Rowling, Walt Disney, Rob Lowe, and my great-grandmother, but otherwise I would probably just bask in their glorious presence.

Love,

Luciana