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Now that Jean-Luc Godard has died I'm looking for a replacement dinner party guest. To be honest, Godard may have been too surly and non-communicative to be a good guest anyway. I have James Watson on my guest list for genetic/biological realism talk, David Irving for historical revisionism, and Ted Kaczynski for environmentalism/domestic terrorism. Godard was there for an auteur/artistic perspective, and I've decided on three possible names to replace him with: Kenneth Anger (age 95), Eva Marie Saint (age 98), or Cormac McCarthy (age 89). But who else could I select that would be interesting to talk to: Jean-Marie Le Pen? Patty Hearst? Sirhan Sirhan? Saif al-Islam Gaddafi? Bruce Davis? David Berkowitz? David Berkowitz is supposedly a Christian convert now so there should be no issue with him and David Irving sitting together, but I don't think he's intriguing enough in 2022 to deserve a place at this table.
I'll have Hells Angels bikers keeping guard at the door just in case any protesters show up trying to crash my party. I should turn this post into a thread so that I can add a poll and we'll all decide the fourth guest together.
In fact, here's what I'll do: if you think Kenneth Anger should replace Jean-Luc Godard at my dinner party, give this post a thumbs up. If Eva Marie Saint strikes you as the best possible replacement then give this post the 'heart eyes' emoji. For Cormac McCarthy choose the laughing emoji, the 'informative' button for Jean Marie Le Pen, 'interesting' for Patty Hearst, 'shocked' for Sirhan Sirhan, 'sad' for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, and 'angry' for someone else entirely if you want to make a suggestion of your own. Now, if you suggest 'Ronald McDonald' or something I want to know what it is you believe Ronald McDonald could add to the dinner party conversation! I'm not averse to a left-field choice like Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian though to add some frivolity to what would be a heavy and at times possibly aggressive/tense/threatening conversation. But the decision is in your hands, get voting guys!
If Richard Dawkins still spoke like this (I'm assuming the quote is real) then I may have chosen him as the geneticist at the table:
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But he talks more like this now, so there would be no point in having him there:
i wonder if being ronald mcdonald pays well?!Follow up question: who was the greatest Ronald McDonald? Finally this age old question may get an answer.
Like this post if it was Willard Scott (1963-1965)
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Love this post if it was Michael Polakovs (1965-1968)
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Choose the laughing emoji for Ray Rayner (1968-1969)
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'Informative' for King Moody (1969-1985)
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'Interesting' for Squire Fridell (1985-1991)
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'Shocked' for Jack Doepke (1991-1999)
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'Sad' for David Hussey (2000-2014)
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'Angry' for Brad Lennon (2014-present)
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i wonder if being ronald mcdonald pays well?!