What fictional character would you LIKE to meet in real life?

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What fictional character would you LIKE to meet in real life?--Al

-- Al Schroeder (al.schroeder@nashville.com), September 23, 2000


I would love to meet Hobbits, and be invited over to the Shire for dinner too. :) Sounds like they eat better than I do.

-- AJ (joijoijoi@hotmail.com), September 24, 2000.

Without a doubt, the characters in Lord Of The Rings, the good ones that is. I would like to meet them all and live in their land as I did in the 60's when working a job was the story and the books were the reality.

-- Denver doug (ionoi@webtv.net), September 24, 2000.

>>Certainly I'd love to make a few real people fictional---maybe I could get to like them then. Jerry Falwell, or Saddam Hussein, or Congressman Bob Barr...maybe they'd be more likable as fictional characters.<<

I doubt it! Except for the relief of knowing how impossible it would be to actually find such people in real life.

I'd like to meet Kay Scarpetta. I haven't a clue why. Except I really like Patricia Cornwell's books and Scarpetta would be an interesting character to meet. Maybe she needs a medical transcriptionist...

-- Bev Sykes (basykes@dcn.davis.ca.us), September 24, 2000.

Dirk Pitt, baby!

-- nessa (rain@noosa.com.au), September 29, 2000.

I'd like to shake the hand of Atticus Finch.

-- Liz Edlund (lzedlund@stanford.edu), April 23, 2001.

Phil Conners, the Bill Murray role in Groundhog Day the movie. He has had the unique experience of reliving the same day 30+ times, learning from his mistakes in a targeted manner unavailable to us time-bound mortals. More than meeting Phil, though, I'd like a Groundhog Day of my own.

-- Mark Lorenzen (mark@monkeytropolis.com), December 11, 2001.

Man id like to go out on a date or live with Fifi la Fume i nice and kind and hot female skunk from tiny toons {cartoon show} id kill my dog to meet her also id remove my sense of smell!

-- Rory Dul (fifilafume@.hotmail.com), December 29, 2003.

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