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myself …just to see if I am who I think I am :)and what should I do better
My father who I have never known.
The answer to this question may change other and vary. But right now……. Amentis. Oh, nvm.
The Great I Am……Jesus Christ
Depends, is there a camera in this elevator? 😉
only one hour…. IT’S NOT ENOUGH !
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An elevator repair man.
For intellectual discussions, probably Chris Hayes or Rachel Maddow from MSNBC. I’d probably be asking them all kinds of idiot questions like “where did you get your start?”, “What inspires you to do what you do?”, or “What gets you out of bed in the mornings?”
For purely physical (ahem) things… I’d have to go with John Barrowman. <3
are you kidding me? I’d rather be dead than stuck in an elevator. OK then, maybe a psychiatrist with LOTS of tranqualizers on them, like enough to knock me senseless.
Erwin Schrödinger, to explain to me how I’m not actually stuck in the elevator so much as simultaneously existing in both stuck and non-stuck states.
On a half-serious/half-comical note, I would want to spend that excruciating one hour with someone whose presence I can not only enjoy but also spend quality time with. And the name that comes to my mind is George Carlin.
My boyfriend. He would hug me and we would laugh and talk until we got out^^
My twin brother, because if I felt I was about to die, there’s no one in the world I would rather be with.
Of course the bad part of it is that he would die too. So maybe I would rather be alone in the elevator talking to him on the phone.
A stranger. Who knows what I can learn from a stranger in one hour about their life?
Easily- Tony Robbins- the most influential and successful people turn to this guy-
It would be great if that is Jesus Christ
My little sister. We can always find a way to have a good time.
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