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Kyra 2012/06/15 17:37:12
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  • No nonsense NanC...don't BS... 2012/06/15 19:06:47
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    No nonsense NanC...don't BS me!
    +3
    i should have selected 'none of the above' but I didn't see it.

    How about Ann Boleyn, who gave England and the world the First Queen Elizabeth
    and hours and hours of wonderful "Masterpiece Theater" productions.

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  • Mark 2012/06/18 21:17:31
    None of the above
    Mark
    +1
    Anne Frank
  • Dandydon 2012/06/15 22:14:28
    None of the above
    Dandydon
    +1
    Mary Ann

    mary ann
  • Mrs. Kathy Arch 2012/06/15 21:19:19
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    Mrs. Kathy Arch
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    Anne of Green Gables. I love Lucy Maude Montgomery's creation. :)
  • BlunderWoman ~ FTGOP~ BN 0 2012/06/15 21:10:14
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    BlunderWoman ~ FTGOP~ BN 0
    +1
    Ann of Green Gables was (at times) my only friend when I was a kid. I still love her stories, even today.
  • MandaLynne 2012/06/15 20:53:02
    None of the above
    MandaLynne
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    Anne Boleyn, 2nd wife of Henry VIII, mother to Elizabeth I

    anne boleyn 2nd wife henry viii mother elizabeth

    http://tudorhistory.org/boleyn/
  • Scott (o)(o) 2012/06/15 20:07:26
    None of the above
    Scott (o)(o)
    +1
    Ann Wilson
  • flaca BN-0 2012/06/15 20:03:26
    None of the above
    flaca BN-0
    +1
    Anna Pavlova
    anna pavolova
  • Teresa 2012/06/15 19:56:42
    None of the above
    Teresa
  • littlebuffalo55TBA 2012/06/15 19:23:54 (edited)
    Ann-Margret
    littlebuffalo55TBA
    +1
    Since I got out quick'd on the Ann Boleyn thing. I will go with an evil stunning seductress Ann Margret in the "Cincinnati Kid".



    ann margret in the cincinnati kid



    ann margret in the cincinnati kid
  • No nonsense NanC...don't BS... 2012/06/15 19:06:47
    Undecided
    No nonsense NanC...don't BS me!
    +3
    i should have selected 'none of the above' but I didn't see it.

    How about Ann Boleyn, who gave England and the world the First Queen Elizabeth
    and hours and hours of wonderful "Masterpiece Theater" productions.

  • littleb... No nons... 2012/06/15 19:16:42
    littlebuffalo55TBA
    +2
    LMAOff! Damn you I was going there! But I got distracted and lost my head!
  • No nons... littleb... 2012/06/15 20:41:58
    No nonsense NanC...don't BS me!
    +2
    You see, GREAT minds think alike....................... Did you think about maybe
    'Little Orphan Annie'? as a second choice!




    Hours and hours of enjoyment.
  • HarleyCharley 2012/06/15 18:28:25
    Ann Coulter
    HarleyCharley
    +1
    She's hot...
  • SicFux651 2012/06/15 18:06:10
    None of the above
    SicFux651
  • Beck∞♥☮♫♫♫∞ 2012/06/15 17:51:14
    None of the above
    Beck∞♥☮♫♫♫∞
  • Shawna 2012/06/15 17:48:34
    None of the above
    Shawna
    +2
    Annie Sullivan Annie Sullivan
  • MandaLynne Shawna 2012/06/15 20:54:38
    MandaLynne
    +2
    Annie Sullivan was one of my heroines when I was growing up. I read the book "Helen Keller's Teacher" and got hooked. I read everything I could get my hands on about her. She was an amazing woman.
  • Shawna MandaLynne 2012/06/15 20:58:23
    Shawna
    +2
    Me too. I discovered her when I was around nine years old and actually found her more interesting than Helen Keller herself. I'm often drawn to the unsung hero.
  • MandaLynne Shawna 2012/06/15 21:03:14
    MandaLynne
    +2
    Me, too. I was about that age as well. Considering the time she lived, that she overcame such obstacles is nothing short of a miracle. She was intelligent, strong, determined. Definitely someone to look up to and emulate. Her achievement of being able to reach Helen was definitely more difficult than Helen learning to communicate.
  • Shawna MandaLynne 2012/06/15 21:05:15
    Shawna
    +2
    Yes, I think so too. You don't hear much about her anymore. I think we should start a campaign to elevate her to national hero.
  • MandaLynne Shawna 2012/06/15 21:06:58
    MandaLynne
    +2
    That's a great idea. Her techniques and persistence are the reason we can teach the deaf/dumb/blind to communicate. That is definitely worth celebrating someone.
  • Shawna MandaLynne 2012/06/15 21:20:23
    Shawna
    +2
    I think so too. I'll have to be president of the Canadian branch though. ;-)

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