...but I would go for Bill Clinton (minus the fact of marital faithfulness). I thought he was a great president. He earned back the money lost in
Desert Storm and created a surplus for what even may happen. I liked that he tried to keep with peace (...and not threatening everyone like
Bu....). Overall, I think he did a great job.
Not to get off the subject, but one thing I noticed that was funny to me was once Bush gave back the money surplus, we suddenly, dearly needed it...
Well, if Nikola Tesla is taken... I always did love reading about Chuck Yeager... He was very much a no nonsense, no BS guy... Rather than worry about
the politics of a situation, he was like "Lets just get on with it".
I would be my REALLY great grand father, he was William the Bastard/Conquerors first in command, who advised William's army at Saint Valery in
Normandy for the invasion of England. It was he who advised King William of the Saxon King Harold's approach from the north at Hastings.
Or I would be Henry McCarty aka Kid Antrim aka William Bonney aka Billy the Kid. I don't think an explanation is required, LOL
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say it would have been most fun to have stepped into the shoes of Caligula; to be that insane yet have that
much power and fun must have been one hell of a good time. We need more horses in the senate, dammit!
the guy who invented Pac Man. i don't recall his name, but to have something so simple, almost dumb, associated with you. yet everyone know's it,
loves it, and just has to put in 1 more quarter because " i can do better than that ". genius.
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