Alan Watts? Well I'll be gobsmacked. That was about the last name that I would have expected from you. I would have guessed more along the lines of say Erwin Rommel. Could it be that under that tough, conservative exterior of yours beats a sensitive, liberal heart?
By the way, I am also a big Alan Watts fan. You probably know this but a number of his lectures are available on YouTube.
First off.. I am a bit sad that nobody picked me!!!
This is the
"old dinner party game" where you can invite 3 people from history.. and everyone will speak the same language (so you can't say so and so can't come because you wouldn't understand them).. my picks are usually
2- Harpo Marx
3- this once changes...sometimes it's Johannes Kepler or Einstein (or Tesla)....other time Babe Ruth or Jack Dempsey, and still other times I would want someone I actually did have several dinners with...he was truly the most interesting man in the world (commercials be damned) and I miss him terribly, Bert Randolph Sugar.. seriously, the man was part Damon Runyon, part Groucho Marx, part Ernest Hemmingway and all fun!!!.. a special man.. problem is, if Bert were there nobody else would get a word in (but we would ALL be entertained!!)
"The truth is what is, and what should be is a fantasy. A terrible, terrible lie that someone gave to the people long ago."- Lenny Bruce