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Shrapnel893 wrote:

The Desert Fox


If ever we faced a worthy and chivalrous adversary, it was Erwin Rommel. The fact that we used such a blunt tool as Montgomery (and he was such a tool!) to defeat such a gifted soldier remains an insult to our enemies and an embarrassment to the Allies.
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83 / F / Bite the pillow.
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No real favorites. I love all dead people equally.
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You. You are my favorite dead person.
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34 / M / the ocean
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Here's Johnny !!!
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Tupac
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23 / M / Kaguya's Panties
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Steve Irwin, the crocodile hunter.
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Holy shit, this is going to be a very long list.

Sun Tzu
Che Guevara
Freddie Mercury
Martin Luther King Jr.
Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu (The three great Daimyo)
Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Paine, Patrick Henry
William Shakespeare, Agatha Christie, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyal
Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, Genghis Kahn, Alexander the Great, Joan d'Arc. Socrates, Sigmund Freud, Sir Frances Drake.
Albert Einstein, Galileo Galilei, Sir Isaac Newton and Nikola Tesla
Leonardo Da Vinci, Ludwig Van Beethoven, the Wright brothers.
Elvis Presely, Peggy Lee... I can go on and on, really.
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Albert Einstein, Christie Agatha and Sigmund Freud
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Ernest Dowson
James Elroy Flecker
Audrey Hepburn
Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest

And, of course, my ancestors--happy Samhain, there's an extra place at the table. . .


You listed a Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan???

Wow dude......
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47 / M / Memphis, TN
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Posted 11/9/13 , edited 11/9/13

AshRandom wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

Ernest Dowson
James Elroy Flecker
Audrey Hepburn
Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest

And, of course, my ancestors--happy Samhain, there's an extra place at the table. . .


You listed a Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan???

Wow dude......


Say what you will--my grandfather's grandfather served in Forrest's cavalry, and our family has revered the General's memory ever since. He believed that he had a duty to his country and a duty to his men, and strove to fulfill them both faithfully.
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Nujabes
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Brandon Lee.
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Itachi!!!
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itachi uchiha
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22 / M / Sol
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Abraham Lincoln (The ideal leader imo), Claus Von Stauffenberg (For having the courage to back up his ideals), General Robert E. Lee (For simply being awsome), and Constantine XI Palaiologos (For the most badass "lord of the ring style" last stand against the Turks)
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