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2009-05-29 13:44:43
Yikes! What are you going to do when you get to my ancient age;-) I kept saying Jane Fonda and ....but I drew a blank.
2009-05-29 08:34:40
Don't feel bad. All I could think of was Jane Fonda's ex. Ol' what's his name. I'm 42 and had to look it up.
2009-05-29 08:25:42
I remembered as soon as I clicked 'Say it'...happens to me a lot...age, you know.
2009-05-29 08:08:09
Ted Turner
2009-05-29 07:43:02
I read a couple of biographies on him. He was a brilliant man; but he had a dark side to him. He was bipolar ( once known as manic depression). His aides would stay very close to his side when people came to the White House. They would stir him away whenever he would begin to say or act inappropriately. Some of the greatest men in history were bipolar ie Winston Churchill...of the Galipolli fiasco. That's why they call this illness a 'Brilliant Madness'. Others that come to mind are Patty Duke, Ralph Nader, and the one who created CNN - I forgot his name.
2009-05-29 00:51:30
If I could vote more than once, I would. Bravo. My great grandfather was a Rough Rider, Cuba.