Posts tagged 'Historical figures' (5)

If he could go back in time and have a conversation with one person, who would it be and why

That's a grand question, golly. I kind of like scientists, in a funny way. Albert Einstein was a pretty cool guy. The thing about Einstein was that he was a theoretical physicist, so they were all theories. He was just a smart guy. I'm kind of interested in genetics though. I think I would have liked to have met Gregor Mendel. Because he was a monk who just sort of figured this stuff out on his own. That's a higher mind, that's a mind that's connected. They have a vision, and they just sort of see it because they are so connected intellectually and mechanically and spiritually, they can access a higher mind. Mendel was a guy so long ago that I don't necessarily know very much about him, bu...


Oh, that's a good question. If Hitler had a time machine, who do you think he'd go back and kill. Hmm. Well, boy oh boy, that's a funnier question than I can deliver an answer to I think. In a related story I sent Adam Eget in a time machine back to kill Hitler, and he became mesmerized by Hitler's black eyes. Adam says his eyes were deep black and inviting. So he came back with all sorts of decorations on him that Hitler had put him on for god knows what, he didn't get back for four years, I thought he'd be back in a day, but yeah, so Adam Eget, he can show you a few goose-steps now. But that's not really answering the question: OH I know he would kill! The greatest man who ever lived, and...
Regardless of religion, or what your beliefs of religion would be, the teachings of Jesus are shown to be the most profound thinking of all time. Ideas such as "love thy enemy" or "turn the other cheek," these are not thoughts that come to a normal person. And of course, all of the great pacifists throughout the ages, they all trace back to that one person, religious belief or not, historically speaking. He was by far the deepest thinker, he could think. He thought in layers. And if you take only his words and forget everything else in the bible, you'll have yourself a very good book.
GRANT! U.S. Grant (Hiram Ulysses Grant was his true name). I have been messing with an idea for a screenplay about the man. I quiet, unassuming fellow who was passed over for years by everyone around him (nickname "Useless") but in the end he drove it home and saved our beautiful republic.