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Mesh Posted: Sat Sep 27 13:44:21 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Who is your "hero"? Or just someone you admire and have greats respect for.


Mine: Hermann of the Cherusci-led an army of allied germanic tribes in a Battle of Teutoburg forest against a Roman force in year AD 9. Not known exactly how many romans died, but at least 20,000.

Cesar Chavez

Vercingetorix-led an unsuccsful Gallic revolt against Rome.


 
libra Posted: Sat Sep 27 17:08:23 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Well, in real life-

A friend of mine that spends most of her time and money trying to save animals and make their lives a little bit better.

Mary See (of See's Candies)

The authors of my favorite books

Fictional:

Daria Morgandorfer...mostly because she says the things to the people around her that i would love to say.

Charlie from The Perks of Being a Wallflower


 
Dancer Posted: Sun Sep 28 05:36:53 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I don't have a real life hero or fictional hero. i believe real heroes are mostly unheard of and unsung of.
but i do have great respect for people who can handle their own lives well and also help out with other people's lives.


 
FN Posted: Sun Sep 28 13:31:29 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I am my own hero.

Other than that I don't like any idolising of any other person than myself.

Before I get flamed: at least I'm honest ;o)


 
momo Posted: Sun Sep 28 23:01:43 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>I am my own hero.
>
>Other than that I don't like any idolising of any other person than myself.
>
>Before I get flamed: at least I'm honest ;o)

nothing wrong with that.

my personal hero is che.



 
mat_j Posted: Mon Sep 29 08:56:52 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  meshuggah said:
>Who is your "hero"? Or just someone you admire and have greats respect for.
>
>
>Mine: Hermann of the Cherusci-led an army of allied germanic tribes in a Battle of Teutoburg forest against a Roman force in year AD 9. Not known exactly how many romans died, but at least 20,000.
>
>Cesar Chavez
>
>Vercingetorix-led an unsuccsful Gallic revolt against Rome.


Ah a fan of ancient Germania, i think Arminius (or Hermann to his friends) is a bit of a legend. THat convoy doomed in that kind of environment, no wonder they kicked Romes ass. I wonder whatever happened to that missing standard


 
mat_j Posted: Mon Sep 29 08:58:09 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  BTW my hero is Alexander the great so he may have been a tyrannical, homosexual, midget but he kicked the known worlds ass, with a cool band of people


 
iggy Posted: Mon Sep 29 09:59:49 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>BTW my hero is Alexander the great so he may have been a tyrannical, homosexual, midget but he kicked the known worlds ass, with a cool band of people

no no... he's not a midget. he's the tallest of them lot.

attila the hun was like 4 feet something.

power to the vertically challenged


 
Mesh Posted: Mon Sep 29 13:52:41 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
 
>attila the hun was like 4 feet something.


Haha, a a few of the worlds great conquerors were pretty short. I am glad I'm not short, I'll tell you that.


 
antartica Posted: Mon Sep 29 16:07:53 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  me granddad...
if ever there was a perfect man. it's him...

god i miss him... RIP Grandpa.....


 



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