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Discussion in 'History Forum' started by Salty, May 23, 2012.
Came across this web page tonight
Interesting list, and if I counted properly, exactly 50 of the top 100 persons were born or lived in the United States. :thumbs:
I didn't do a complete count, but it looks like the Japanese are second with 22 of the top 100..
And there were none from South America that I caught. There were a few from Spain, one from Puerto Rico, a few Italians and a couple of Portuguese.
Tom, stick around another thirty years, and you can be the first from West Kentucky.
:thumbs:If I counted right, only 8 males on the list!!:thumbs:
(I'm Male--!! I don't want to stay on this old blue orb that long!!)
Aw shucks, I thought this was a thread about Sister AmyG and Brother Tom Butler.....shucks!!! :laugh: :wavey: :love2: :flower:
Well, I am pretty old. And Amy is just a kid compared to me.
BTW, I am living proof that you can tell if you are getting old if everything hurts.
And the things that don't hurt don't work.
If I make it that far, I hope my mind is still good enough to participate in the Baptist Board.
Well, Tom, that gives you thirty years to come around to open communion, return to a pre mil stance, get rid of your non KJ Bibles, and learn a new appreciation for the universal church. Thats a lot of repenting, so I would get started.
From what I hear, you will be on the list within five years. A little birdie told me your avatar picture is at least 80 years old. So while we got your attention, tell us what it was like doing the Charleston during the roaring 20s.
I cant seem to find Dr Bobs name on the list...
That's because he is younger than I am! Compared to me you all are just a bunch of snot nosed kids!
I was actually born in 1919. As you can see from the picture, I look good for that age.