Discussion in 'Education' started by Annie, Jan 31, 2007.
My choices are in red.
I, for one, sure do wish we had some men like these around today.
I would like to add J.Robert Oppenheimer and General Douglas Mc Arthur to that list
Good additions. To the top 100 I would add Captain John Smith along with a few others.
I didn't see ANY Native Americans, might I suggest:
Black Hawk, Sacajawea, Chief Joseph, Sequoyah, Osceola, Sitting Bull, Tecumseh, and Pontica, just to name a few.
In time of reading about Mr. Edison, I'd like to say he is an asshole.
Oh many on the list were, but that doesn't mitigate their one or two or more things they did to influence our lives.
I will add, not in order, and in all the domains, Andy Warhol, Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov, Herman Melville, Philippe K. Dick, John Steinbeck, Ernest Hemingway, Ulysse S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Sam Houston, Milton Friedman, Dwight D. Eisenhower...
I don't think you look, several are on the list.
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