WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - In this week's "Ask the Anchors", NewsChannel 5 team members share stories about the one person they would interview (dead or alive) and what they would ask that person.
Kait Parker: Answer: Burt Reynolds. I'd ask him how he gets that 'stache so thick. Or possibly Tetsuya Fujita so we could have a giant weather-geek convo on the F-Scale and the new and improved EF-Scale.
Glenn Glazer: I would like to ask Kurt Cobain what actually happened to him. I have never been totally convinced that he died by his own hand. Plus, he was a great musician.
Lauren LaPonzina: Jacqueline Kennedy – I’m currently hooked on the Reelz Channel series “The Kennedys,” which has renewed my historical fascination with her.
Evan Cohen: Tom Brady. Can I trade hair with you?
Keli Fulton: Michael Jackson
Steve Weagle: Albert Einstein someday will it be possible to travel close to the speed of light?
John Favole: Jesus Christ. I would ask Him: "How were you able to do what you did for humankind and persevere, even in death?" Also: "Two-thousand years later, is our world in the state you had hoped it would be, and if not, what should we do about it?"
Jon Shainman: My dream interview would be George Washington. I would ask him what lessons he learned about leadership during the birth of a nation.
Jason Pugh: Michael Jordan (Why do you charge so much for your sneakers?)
Marci Gonzalez: Mollie Reynolds. I’d ask where she came up with some of these nerdy questions.
Jim Sackett: Osama Bin Laden. Why?
Shannon Cake: Jesus Christ—why the suffering?
Kelley Dunn: Jesus. The list of questions is endless.
Jay Cashmere: Jimmy Buffett…since you have be able to appeal to all ages and generations, how would you describe yourself to people?
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