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Okay fellow iquers pretty simple one today if you found a time machine and could go back to any era and meet a famous person,what would be the era and who would the famous person be and why
| Closed on 08/01/12 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | Locker Room, Miscellaneous | Multiple Choice Opinion Poll
9 Fans 
11%a. I would go back to this era and meet that person
11%b. I would go back to that era and meet this person
22%c. I am staying right where I am at
0%d. Depend if I can get back or not
56%e. other

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#13 | 627 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
Let me just say that i'm not calling you a liar.  I think its a ploy to get money out of people. One of my friends swears hes related to princess Diana and Adolph HItler, another one insists hes related to John Wilks Booth. I blame Ancestory.com myself.
Lady Diana and Hitler ...tha fahhhh??? That's the best dinner party convo starter I've ever heard. I'm gonna start using Joan of Arc on my mom's side and Idi Amin on my father's side. Maybe Lady Bird Johnson and Mussolini then watch their face squint up while they do the racial math in their head. I like this game already.
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#1 | 627 days ago

My grandfathers.
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#2 | 627 days ago

Jesus so I could ask him what he would do. 
#3 | 627 days ago

I would go back to meet Chief Sitting Bull - to ask how it felt to make do on his promise to George Custer- an event in history i can watch over and over over.
I would go back to this era and meet that person  
#4 | 627 days ago

(Edited by kobe_lova)
Bob Marley... cause it really needs to be someone chill who I can drink with.


Oh and I think me and TuPac (Tupac and I) could have been friends. I would like to meet him, too.
#5 | 627 days ago

Marilyn - I'd like to have at least one conversation with her and get an idea of who she was, rather than what the media portrayed. I'd like to pick her brain privately.

Also, I'd like to meet some of my ancestors just because I think it would be cool...
Great (x3 I think) Uncle - Sitting Bull
Great (x3 again, I think) Grandfather - Red Cloud
I would go back to that era and meet this person  
#6 | 627 days ago
John_Daly (+)

Jess wrote:
Marilyn - I'd like to have at least one conversation with her and get an idea of who she was, rather than what the media portrayed. I'd like to pick her brain privately.

Also, I'd like to meet some of my ancestors just because I think it would be cool...
Great (x3 I think) Uncle - Sitting Bull
Great (x3 again, I think) Grandfather - Red Cloud
I dont believe you. 
#7 | 627 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
I dont believe you. 
Which part? 
I would go back to that era and meet this person  
#8 | 627 days ago
John_Daly (+)

Jess wrote:
Which part? 
That two of the most famous indians in american history are your uncle and grandpa. 
#9 | 627 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
That two of the most famous indians in american history are your uncle and grandpa. 
Hah..that's ok, you don't have to believe me. I could show you the family tree I had to send in recently to enroll that traces back to them if you really want me to dig it out. Keep in mind I'm in the middle of a move, so that might make me crabby though. You'd be surprised by how many "average" people of Native American descent have famous chiefs and medicine men in their lineage somewhere.
I would go back to that era and meet this person  
#10 | 627 days ago
18packabs (+)

Dr. Martin Luher King Jr.
#11 | 627 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
That two of the most famous indians in american history are your uncle and grandpa. 
Native American heritage envy?
#12 | 627 days ago
John_Daly (+)

Jess wrote:
Hah..that's ok, you don't have to believe me. I could show you the family tree I had to send in recently to enroll that traces back to them if you really want me to dig it out. Keep in mind I'm in the middle of a move, so that might make me crabby though. You'd be surprised by how many "average" people of Native American descent have famous chiefs and medicine men in their lineage somewhere.
Let me just say that i'm not calling you a liar.  I think its a ploy to get money out of people. One of my friends swears hes related to princess Diana and Adolph HItler, another one insists hes related to John Wilks Booth. I blame Ancestory.com myself.
#13 | 627 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
Let me just say that i'm not calling you a liar.  I think its a ploy to get money out of people. One of my friends swears hes related to princess Diana and Adolph HItler, another one insists hes related to John Wilks Booth. I blame Ancestory.com myself.
Lady Diana and Hitler ...tha fahhhh??? That's the best dinner party convo starter I've ever heard. I'm gonna start using Joan of Arc on my mom's side and Idi Amin on my father's side. Maybe Lady Bird Johnson and Mussolini then watch their face squint up while they do the racial math in their head. I like this game already.
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#14 | 627 days ago
John_Daly (+)

marcus_nyce wrote:
Lady Diana and Hitler ...tha fahhhh??? That's the best dinner party convo starter I've ever heard. I'm gonna start using Joan of Arc on my mom's side and Idi Amin on my father's side. Maybe Lady Bird Johnson and Mussolini then watch their face squint up while they do the racial math in their head. I like this game already.
I just want to say that if you said you were related to Geronimo and Crazy Horse, I wouldnt give it a second thought.   cheeky

How, buddy.
#15 | 627 days ago

The Lincolns

He was my favorite president to read about and she was CRAZY.
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#16 | 627 days ago

My great-grandmother on my paternal grandfather's side.
#17 | 627 days ago

Sir John A Macdonald, Canadian Prime Minister...he was a rye drinker too!smiley
#18 | 626 days ago

why don't you all fess up and say that the only person you really want to meet  is "ME".    don't be shy. laugh
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#19 | 626 days ago

I'd also love to go back to the Roaring 20's and gallivant around town with Capone and his cronies. 
#20 | 626 days ago

John_Daly wrote:
I just want to say that if you said you were related to Geronimo and Crazy Horse, I wouldnt give it a second thought.   cheeky

How, buddy.
wow- kiddo I thought your horizons ran deeper than this?
I would go back to this era and meet that person  
#21 | 626 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
Jesus so I could ask him what he would do. 
stay away from Backstabbers...and front stabbers
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#22 | 626 days ago

Jess wrote:
Marilyn - I'd like to have at least one conversation with her and get an idea of who she was, rather than what the media portrayed. I'd like to pick her brain privately.

Also, I'd like to meet some of my ancestors just because I think it would be cool...
Great (x3 I think) Uncle - Sitting Bull
Great (x3 again, I think) Grandfather - Red Cloud
wouldn;'t take long...not sure she was that bright
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#23 | 626 days ago

hockey54 wrote:
Sir John A Macdonald, Canadian Prime Minister...he was a rye drinker too!smiley
thought he was a utility infielder for the Diamondbacks
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#24 | 626 days ago

anyone whom's live I could save or change for the good of humanity
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#25 | 626 days ago

George Washington.  I'd like to get his opinion of today's United States of America...  Among other things.
#26 | 626 days ago

ML31 wrote:
George Washington.  I'd like to get his opinion of today's United States of America...  Among other things.
George Washington hated soccer FWIW. 
#27 | 626 days ago

(Edited by ML31)
jswol54 wrote:
George Washington hated soccer FWIW. 
There you go again making a dumb baiting comment.   Pretty pathetic.
#28 | 626 days ago

ML31 wrote:
There you go again making a dumb baiting comment.   Pretty pathetic.
So angry.  Naw man...you got me all wrong.  I read GW's biography and he stated "Associate with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in the bad company of soccer fans." 

Don't shoot the messenger. 
#29 | 626 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
So angry.  Naw man...you got me all wrong.  I read GW's biography and he stated "Associate with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in the bad company of soccer fans." 

Don't shoot the messenger. 
Funny that someone who likes to stir up anger in others seems completely incapable of recognizing it.  But not surprising.
#30 | 626 days ago

ML31 wrote:
Funny that someone who likes to stir up anger in others seems completely incapable of recognizing it.  But not surprising.
Quit deflecting and tell us how you really feel, saddlebags. 
#31 | 626 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
Quit deflecting and tell us how you really feel, saddlebags. 
So far in this little exchange you have demonstrated that you A:  Like to bait people.   B:  See anger where there isn't.  And C: Have no idea what deflecting is.

Anything else you want to showcase about yourself?
#32 | 626 days ago

lol
#33 | 626 days ago

(Edited by jswol54)
ML31 wrote:
So far in this little exchange you have demonstrated that you A:  Like to bait people.   B:  See anger where there isn't.  And C: Have no idea what deflecting is.

Anything else you want to showcase about yourself?
So far in this little exchange you have demonstrated that you  A:  Are an angry person.  B:  Lie about your hurt feelings to look cool on the interwebs.  And C: Have no idea that GW hated soccer. 

Anything else you want to showcase about yourself?
#34 | 626 days ago

:sigh:
I would go back to that era and meet this person  
#35 | 626 days ago

lol
#36 | 626 days ago

Jess wrote:
:sigh:
He started it. 
#37 | 626 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
He started it. 
indecision
I would go back to that era and meet this person  
#38 | 626 days ago


Awwww.  Imma miss him.crying
#39 | 626 days ago

derms33 wrote:
thought he was a utility infielder for the Diamondbacks
He`s probably his great great great great great great grandson.cheeky
#40 | 625 days ago

I was gonna say Jesus, but we're all going to meet him one day, so it would be Thomas Jefferson and ask him what he thinks of dumba** and his cronies sh*tting all over the Constitution.
#41 | 625 days ago

mojo wrote:
I was gonna say Jesus, but we're all going to meet him one day, so it would be Thomas Jefferson and ask him what he thinks of dumba** and his cronies sh*tting all over the Constitution.
He has rolled over in his grave a bazillion times over, I'm sure.

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