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If you could meet a famous dead person from world history, who would it be and why?

Christian 2012/09/20 23:48:01
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  • Pyro-82 2012/09/24 22:50:46
    Pyro-82
    +1
    Actualy, I chadnge my mind.
    I would love to chat with Audie Murphy, no it is not a typo.
    Single greatest US soldier to ever live.
  • Picasso's Cat 2012/09/21 03:10:48
    Picasso's Cat
    +1
    It would be Jusus Christ, to ask him what went wrong, and how did he like married life on the road.
  • wildcat 2012/09/21 01:59:50
  • Chokmah 2012/09/21 01:25:48
    Chokmah
    +1
    Marcus Aurelius

    marcus aurelius
  • Pyro-82 2012/09/21 00:41:13
    Pyro-82
    +1
    Hard choice; there are so many I would like to deck, and others I would want to shake their hands.
    I would deffinantly love punching out Julius Caesar.
  • Christian Pyro-82 2012/09/21 00:46:28
    Christian
    Why Caesar?
  • Pyro-82 Christian 2012/09/21 00:58:14
    Pyro-82
    +1
    He was a dick who helped set back the progression of the western world, he was audacious enough to put himself on a level of a god, and in short was a good military ruler, but other wise a dick.
  • Gracie - Proud Conservative 2012/09/21 00:36:10
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
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    Well, obviously it would be Jesus Christ. Other than that there are so many but if I had to pick just one it would probably be Alexander Hamilton, such a driven man out of so much adversity in his life.
  • Christian Gracie ... 2012/09/21 00:47:22
    Christian
    +1
    He's buried a few miles from here, in Trinity church.
  • Christian Christian 2012/09/21 00:47:33
    Christian
    +1
    I think he died in a duel.
  • Gracie ... Christian 2012/09/21 01:11:29
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +1
    Yes, he died a stupid death. He was an amazing man who did more with an ink well and a few books while suffering from yellow fever than we can do with computers and the internet in perfect health!
  • Christian Gracie ... 2012/09/21 03:13:13
    Christian
    +1
    By the way Hamilton's wife I think is buried in Trinity as well. I remember reading head stones and reading other Hamilton's but I am not sure.
  • Gracie ... Christian 2012/09/21 20:23:24
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    Yes, I believe that she is buried next to him, she mourned him for the rest of her life and I believe she was like an attraction in DC until she died. She outlived him by five decades.
  • Dryth 2012/09/21 00:34:51
    Dryth
    +1
    Leonardo Da Vinci or Nicola Tesla. I'd just take notes :P
  • Christian Dryth 2012/09/21 00:48:15
    Christian
    Someone else said Da Vinci, interesting.
  • Dryth Christian 2012/09/21 01:48:54
    Dryth
    +1
    Leonardo (Da Vinci actually means "of Venice", so it's improper to use that as his name, jsyk :P ) was one of the most brilliant and revolutionary thinkers of his era. I am an artist with a passion for science and philosophy, and can really relate to this man.
  • seattleman 2012/09/21 00:31:22
  • zlazyks 2012/09/21 00:12:23
  • corey 2012/09/20 23:54:57
    corey
    +1
    Malcolm X, I've read and heard some things he had done and said, but there is nothing compared to speaking to him in person and to see his though process in real time.
  • Christian corey 2012/09/20 23:56:06
    Christian
    Interesting
  • Lord Emperor Kami Guro Bage... 2012/09/20 23:54:56
    Lord Emperor Kami Guro Bagels Supreme Ruler of the Earth
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    Vlad the Impaler, I think that his methods would be good for cleaning up our gov't
  • Christian Lord Em... 2012/09/20 23:56:13
  • sjalan 2012/09/20 23:53:49
    sjalan
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    I think it would be Leonardo Da Vinci or Copernicus
  • Christian sjalan 2012/09/20 23:54:29
    Christian
    Great choice, why?
  • sjalan Christian 2012/09/20 23:58:40 (edited)
    sjalan
    +1
    Both were super genius' of their times. Both showed that they could think outside the box and approach things from totally different perspectives. Besides one played with kites and the other played with a telescope.

    What better combination can one get.

    I think I'd add one more to the list and that would be King Arthur and the Knights of his Round Table. I'd introduce Pizza to them.
  • Christian sjalan 2012/09/21 00:43:54
    Christian
    +1
    They would have loved you, I am sure.
  • Christian sjalan 2012/09/20 23:55:40
    Christian
    One artist and scientist and the other and astronomer/theorist.

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