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***American History Draft***

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Jeebus, I just did an update and now have a new page again with very few picks.

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American History Draft

1.1 Volty Thomas Edison - Inventor

1.2 RHR George Washington - Wildcard

1.3 shotsup Abraham Lincoln - President

1.4 TBBOM Thomas Jefferson - President

1.5 90sbaby Henry Ford - Businessman

1.6 ZeroT Benjamin Franklin - Wildcard

1.7 vudu Albert Einstein - Physics

1.8 5Points John Adams - Thinker/Philosopher

2.1 5Points The Wright Brothers - Inventor

2.2 vudu Dwight D Eisenhower - General

2.3 ZeroT Franklin D Roosevelt - President

2.4 90sbaby John D. Rockefeller - Wildcard

2.5 TBBOM James Madison - thinker/philosopher

2.6 shotsup George Patton - General

2.7 RHR Martin Luther King Jr. - African American

2.8 Volty Mark Twain - Fiction Writer

3.1 Volty Merriweather Lewis and William Clark - Explorer

3.2 RHR Walt Disney - Business

3.3 shotsup Theodore Roosevelt - Wildcard

3.4 TBBOM J. Robert Oppenheimer - Physics

3.5 90sbaby Steve Wozniak - Inventor

3.6 ZeroT Alexander Hamilton - Cabinet

3.7 vudu Muhammad Ali - African American

3.8 5Points Andrew Carnegie - Businessman

4.1 5Points Al Capone - Criminal

4.2 vudu George Eastman - Inventor

4.3 ZeroT J.P. Morgan - Businessman

4.4 90sbaby Nikola Tesla - Engineer

4.5 TBBOM Chester Nimitz - Admiral

4.6 shotsup John Gotti - Criminal

4.7 RHR John Marshall - SCOTUS

4.8 Volty Henry Clay Sr. - Congressman

5.1 Volty Jonas Salk - Scientist (Other)

5.2 RHR Ulysses S. Grant - General

5.3 shotsup Andy Warhol - Visual Artist

5.4 TBBOM Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin - Explorers

5.5 90sbaby Donald Trump - Wildcard

5.6 ZeroT Alexander Graham Bell - Inventor

5.7 vudu Babe Ruth - Baseball

5.8 5Points Daniel Boone - Pioneer

6.1 5Points Ansel Adams - Visual Artist

6.2 vudu Michael Jordan Basketball

6.3 ZeroT Elvis Presley - Singer

6.4 90sbaby Barrack Obama - Fail

6.5 TBBOM Marilyn Monroe - Seductress

6.6 shotsup Michael Jackson. Singer

6.7 RHR Jackie Robinson (Reformer)

6.8 Volty Jim Thorpe - Athlete (Other)

7.1 Volty New York Yankees - Sports Team

7.2 RHR Gregory Pincus (Science)

7.3 shotsup Buzz Aldrin - Explorer

7.4 TBBOM Harry Houdini - Other performing Artist

7.5 90sbaby Wayne Gretzky - Hockey

7.6 ZeroT Ernest Hemingway - Fiction Writer

7.7 vudu John Smith - Explorer

7.8 5Points Samuel Colt - Businessman

8.1 5Points Dallas Cowboys - Sports Team

8.2 vudu Sitting Bull - Native American

8.3 ZeroT Thomas Paine - Thinker/Philosopher

8.4 90sbaby Alfred Hitchcock - Director

8.5 TBBOM Francis Scott Key - Composer

8.6 shotsup Secretariat Athlete (Other)

8.7 RHR PT Barnum - Performance Artist

8.8 Volty Horace Mann - Educator

9.1 Volty Joseph Smith - Religious Leader

9.2 RHR Walt Whitman - Fiction Writer

9.3 shotsup Brigham Young - Religious Leader

9.4 TBBOM Ayn Rand - Thinker/philosopher

9.5 90sbaby Jesse James - Old West

9.6 ZeroT Susan B Anthony - Reformer

9.7 vudu William Bradford Govt administrator

9.8 5Points Oliver Wendell Holmes - SCOTUS Justice

10.1 5Points Henry Louis Gehrig - Baseball

10.2 vudu Vince Lombardi - Football

10.3 ZeroT Ed Sullivan - TV personality

10.4 90sbaby David Koresh - Religious Leader

10.5 TBBOM Walter Cronkite - TV Personality

10.6 shotsup John Wilkes Booth - Criminal

10.7 RHR Benjamin Spock - Non Fiction Writer

10.8 Volty Milton Friedman - Social Scientist

11.1 Volty Frederick Douglass - Reformer

11.2 RHR L Ron Hubbard - Religious Leader

11.3 shotsup Howard Stern - TV/Radio Personality

11.4 TBBOM Davy Crockett - Pioneer

11.5 90sbaby Michael Phelps - Other Athlete

11.6 ZeroT Marbury v Madison - Court Case

11.7 vudu John Jay - SCOTUS

11.8 5Points William Franklin Graham Jr. - Religious Leader

12.1 5Points Margaret Sanger - Reformer

12.2 vudu Clint Eastwood - Actor Director

12.3 ZeroT Earl Warren - SCOTUS

12.4 90sbaby TJ "Stonewall" Jackson - General

12.5 TBBOM Andrew Jackson - President

12.6 shotsup Robert E Lee - General

12.7 RHR Orson Welles - Radio Personality

12.8 Volty Wallis Simpson - Seductress

13.1 Volty Bob Dylan - Songwriter

13.2 RHR Wyatt Earp - Old West

13.3 shotsup Martha Washington - Woman

13.4 TBBOM Brown v. Board of Education - Court Case

13.5 90sbaby Sacagawea - Native American

13.6 ZeroT George Marshall - General

13.7 vudu Norman Rockwell - Visual Artist

13.8 5Points Paul Revere - Colonial Era

14.1 5Points Geronimo - Native American

14.2 vudu Branch Rickey - Reformer

14.3 ZeroT Linus Pauling - Other Science

14.4 90sbaby John Hancock - Colonial Era

14.5 TBBOM Frank Sinatra - Singer

14.6 shotsup Jeff Bezos - Businessman

14.7 RHR Eli Whitney - Inventor

14.8 Volty Alan Shepard - Explorer

15.1 Volty George Westinghouse - Engineer/Designer

15.2 RHR Tisquantam (Squanto) - Native American

15.3 shotsup Keith Rupert Murdoch, Businessman

15.4 TBBOM William Penn - Colonial Era

15.5 90sbaby Tom Brady - Football

15.6 ZeroT John C. Calhoun - Congressman/Senator

15.7 vudu John Steinbeck - Fiction Writer

15.8 5Points Wild Bill Hickok - Old West

16.1 5Points Bass Reeves - African American

16.2 vudu Andrew Volstead - Dumbfock

16.3 ZeroT Carl Sagan - Astronomy

16.4 90sbaby Weeks vs United States - Court Case

16.5 TBBOM Humphrey Bogart - actor

16.6 shotsup Harry Chaplin - Songwriter

16.7 RHR People vs OJ Simpson - Court Case

16.8 Volty The Walt Disney Company - Media Company

17.1 Volty Chris Chelios - Hockey

17.2 RHR Harriet Tubman - African American

17.3 shotsup Pocahontas - Native American

17.4 TBBOM Robert Peary - Explorer

17.5 90sbaby George Washington Carver - African American

17.6 ZeroT Samuel Adams, Colonial Era

17.7 vudu Warren Buffet Businessman

17.8 5Points Samuel Wilson a.k.a. Uncle Sam - Wildcard

18.1 5Points Mel Blanc - TV/Radio Personality

18.2 vudu Herbert Paul Brooks - Hockey

18.3 ZeroT Sugar Ray Robinson - Other Athlete

18.4 90sbaby F. Scott Fitzgerald - Fictional Writer

18.5 TBBOM Steven Spielberg - Director

18.6 shotsup Martin Scorsese - Director

18.7 RHR Bill Gates - Businessman

18.8 Volty Edwin Hubble - Astronomy

19.1 Volty James E. Webb - Government Administrator

19.2 RHR Frank Lloyd Wright - Designer

19.3 shotsup William H Bonney AKA Billy the Kid - Old West

19.4 TBBOM Ray Kroc - Businessman

19.5 90sbaby Levi Strauss - Businessman

19.6 ZeroT W.E.B. Du Bois - African-American

19.7 vudu Benedict Arnold - Criminal

19.8 5Points Richard Wagstaff "D!ck" Clark - TV/Radio Personality

20.1 5Points William Shockley - Physics

20.2 vudu Audie Murphy - Non Fiction Writer

20.3 ZeroT Ralph Waldo Emerson - Non-Fiction Writer

20.4 90sbaby Paul Simon - Songwriter

20.5 TBBOM Sam Walton - businessman

20.6 shotsup Elizabeth Ross. Colonial Era

20.7 RHR Samuel Morse - Inventor

20.8 Volty Jack Nichlaus - Athlete (Other)

21.1 Volty John Dewey - Educator

21.2 RHR Admiral Richard Byrd - Explorer

21.3 shotsup 1980 USA Olympic Hockey Team - Sports Team

21.4 TBBOM Joe Montana - Football

21.5 90sbaby James Arness - Actor

21.6 ZeroT John Ford - Director

21.7 vudu Jesse Owens - Athlete

21.8 5Points Stephen Foster - Composer

22.1 5Points George McClellan - Fock Up

22.2 vudu Cornelius Vanderbilt - Businessman

22.3 ZeroT Crazy Horse - Native American

22.4 90sbaby Alexander Cartwright - Baseball

22.5 TBBOM John Wooden - Basketball

22.6 shotsup Ambrose Burnside - Dumbfuck Phail

22.7 RHR Walter Camp - Football

22.8 Volty Daniel Webster - Congressman

23.1 Volty Robert Fulton - Inventor

23.2 RHR Prince Rogers Nelson - Songwriter

23.3 shotsup Ted Williams- Baseball

23.4 TBBOM James Naismith - Basketball

23.5 90sbaby 1992 United States men's Olympic Basketball team aka The Dream Team - Sports Team

23.6 ZeroT Willie Mays - Baseball

23.7 vudu John F Kennedy - Prez

23.8 5Points Ronald Reagan - POTUS

24.1 5Points Alan Pinkerton - Old West

24.2 vudu Lee Harvey Oswald. Criminal

24.3 ZeroT Jim Brown - Football

24.4 90sbaby John Waynce Gacy - Criminal

24.5 TBBOM William Tecumseh Sherman - General

24.6 shotsup Stephen King - Fiction Writer

24.7 RHR Eldrick Tont Woods - Other Sport

24.8 Volty Emily Dickinson - Fiction Writer

25.1 Volty Leonard Bernstein - Composer

25.2 RHR Louis Sullivan - Designer

25.3 shotsup Steve Jobs - Designer Engineer

25.4 TBBOM Willis Carrier - inventor

25.5 90sbaby Eberhard Anheuser - Businessman

25.6 ZeroT Butch Cassidy - Old West

25.7 vudu Joseph Strauss and Charles Ellis - Designers

25.8 5Points Roe v Wade - Court Case

26.1 5Points Carlos Hathcock - Wildcard

26.2 vudu Rudi Gernreich Designer

26.3 ZeroT Charles Manson - Criminal

26.4 90sbaby Michael Buffer - Other Performing Acts

26.5 TBBOM Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow - Criminal

26.6 shotsup Abbott and Costello - TV/Radio Personality

26.7 RHR Casey Kasem - Radio Personality

26.8 Volty Madonna - Seductress

27.1 Volty Roger Williams - Religious Leader

27.2 RHR Neil deGrasse Tyson - Physicist/Astronomy

27.3 shotsup Samuel Battle. African American

27.4 TBBOM Johnny Carson - TV personality

27.5 90sbaby Axl Rose - Singer

27.6 ZeroT Jim Jones - Religious Leader

27.7 vudu Jackie Gleason TV/Radio

27.8 5Points Jack London - Fiction Writer

28.1 5Points John Muir - Reformer

28.2 vudu Nolan Ryan - Baseball

28.3 ZeroT Jane Addams - Social Scientist

28.4 90sbaby Larry Bird - Basketball

28.5 TBBOM Marion Mitchell Morrison, AKA John Wayne - Actor

28.6 shotsup Lucille Ball. Wildcard

28.7 RHR Lebron - Hoops

28.8 Volty James Watson Scientist (Other)

29.1 Volty Enrico Fermi - Scientist (Physics)

29.2 RHR William James - Educator

29.3 shotsup Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1857 (7-2 decision) Court Case

29.4 TBBOM William H. Seward - Cabinet

29.5 90sbaby Audrey Hepburn - Seductress

29.6 ZeroT Woodrow Wilson - President

29.7 vudu Isaiah Rogers Designer

29.8 5Points Lawrence Welk - TV Personality

30.1 5Points James"Whitey" Bulger - Criminal

30.2 vudu Oklahoma Sooners Football - Sports team

30.3 ZeroT Burt Bacharach - Composer

30.4 90sbaby Phillip Zimbardo - Social Scientist

30.5 TBBOM William Faulkner - fiction writer

30.6 shotsup Charles Richter inventor

30.7 RHR UCLA Bruins Mens Basketball - Sports Team

30.8 Volty Boston Celtics - Sports Team

31.1 Volty J. Edgar Hoover - Government Administrator

31.2 RHR John A Logan - General

31.3 shotsup Robert Deniro. Actor (tossed back in when he ran his mouth at the Tony Awards see 56.S)

31.4 TBBOM Alabama Crimson Tide - sports team

31.5 90sbaby D!ck Cavett - TV Personality

31.6 ZeroT Marlon Brando - Actor

31.7 vudu Grace Kelly Seductress

31.8 5Points John C. Fremont - Explorer

32.1 5Points Josephine Baker - Seductress

32.2 vudu Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham, Tom Burnett and Jeremy Glick. Wildcard

32.3 ZeroT Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers - Sports Team

32.4 90sbaby Thomas Sowell - Thinker

32.5 TBBOM Sequoiah - Native American

32.6 shotsup Raquel Welch. Seductress

32.7 RHR Sally Ride - Woman

32.8 Volty Brett Hull - Hockey

33.1 Volty Henry David Thoreau - Nonfiction Writer

33.2 RHR Thurgood Marshall - SCOTUS

33.3 shotsup Mike Modano. Hockey

33.4 TBBOM Robert Goddard - Engineer

33.5 90sbaby Larry Page - Businessman

33.6 ZeroT Mae West - Seductress

33.7 vudu Sybil Ludington - Woman

33.8 5Points 1970 Marshall University Thundering Herd Football Team - Sports Team

34.1 5Points William "Boss" Tweed - Congressman

34.2 vudu John Sutter - Dumbfock/Fail

34.3 ZeroT Jackson Pollock - Visual Artist

34.4 90sbaby Ed Gein - Criminal

34.5 TBBOM Charles Lindbergh - Wildcard

34.6 shotsup Ron Popiel. Inventor

34.7 RHR Amelia Earhart - Woman

34.8 Volty Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Reformer

35.1 Volty Bob Hope - Performing Artist (Other)

35.2 RHR Harriet Beacher Stowe - Non-Fiction

35.3 shotsup Jayne Mansfield- seductress

35.4 TBBOM William Brennan - SCOTUS

35.5 90sbaby Adam Savage - Educator

35.6 ZeroT Eleanor Roosevelt - Woman

35.7 vudu Crispus Attucks - African American

35.8 5Points Johnny Cash - Singer

36.1 5Points Hugh Hefner - Businessman

36.2 vudu Patrick Henry - Congressman

36.3 ZeroT Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Basketball

36.4s 90sbaby Evel Knievel - Other Performing Artists

36.5 TBBOM Cy Young - Baseball

36.6 shotsup Buster Keaton - Other Performing Artist

36.7 RHR Noah Webster - Wildcard

36.8 Volty Cyrus McCormick - Inventor

37.1 Volty David Copperfield - Performing Artist (Other)

37.2 RHR Barry Bishop - Explorer

37.3 shotsup Jack LaLane Wildcard

37.4 TBBOM Doc Holiday - Wild West

37.5 90sbaby Jackie Kennedy - Women

37.6 ZeroT Kit Carson - Pioneer

37.7 vudu Georgia OKeefe Visual Artist

37.8 5Points Ira Hayes - Native American

38.1 5Points Helen Keller - Woman

38.2 vudu Ty Cobb - Baseball

38.3 ZeroT Martin Brodeur - Hockey

38.4 90sbaby Dale Earnhardt - Athlete

38.5 TBBOM James K. Polk - POTUS

38.6 shotsup Lawrence Julios Taylor. LT. - Football

38.7 RHR H.H Holmes - Criminal

38.8 Volty Mario Lemieux - Hockey

39.1 Volty Jenna Jameson - Seductress

39.2 RHR John Harvard - Educator

39.3 shotsup William Sanford "Bill" Nye - Educator

39.4 TBBOM George Armstrong Custer - Dumfock, Fail

39.5 90sbaby Robert Dennard - Inventor

39.6 ZeroT Josiah Willard Gibbs - Physics

39.7 vudu The Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football team

39.8 5Points Clara Barton - Woman

40.1 5Points Nathanael Greene - General

40.2 vudu Richard Gatling Inventor

40.3 ZeroT George Carlin - Other Performing Artist

40.4 90sbaby Bob Ross - Visual Artist

40.5 TBBOM Douglas MacArthur - General

40.6 shotsup Barbara Bush. Woman

40.7 RHR Louis Armstrong - Other Performing Artist

40.8 Volty Bobby Fisher - Other Perfomer

41.1 Volty Pete Sampras - Other Athlete

41.2 RHR John Quincy Adams - Govt Administrator

41.3 shotsup Ken Morrow. Hockey

41.4 TBBOM Rosa Parks - African American

41.5 90sbaby Quentin Tarantino - Director

41.6 ZeroT Edgar Allen Poe - Fiction Writer

41.7 vudu Brad Parkinson and Ivan Getting - Inventors of GPS

41.8 5Points Willie Shoemaker - Other Athelete

42.1 5Points Michio Kaku - Physiscs

42.2 vudu Les Paul - Inventor of the Electic Guitar

42.3 ZeroT Edwin Howard Armstrong - Inventor

42.4 90sbaby The Beach Boys - Band

42.5 TBBOM John Glenn - wildcard

42.6 shotsup Mike Tyson other Athlete

42.7 RHR Dian Fossey - Other Science

42.8 Volty Walter Lippman - Non-fiction writer

======1/3 Done======

43.1 Volty Franz Boas - Social Scientist

43.2 RHR Wilt Chamberlain - Basketball

43.3 shotsup Don King. Businessman

43.4 TBBOM Cindy Crawford - Seductress

43.5 90sbaby D.B. Cooper - Criminal

43.6 ZeroT Myles Standish - Colonial Era

43.7 vudu Martin Marty Cooper - Businessman

43.8 5Points Annie Oakley - Other Performing Artist

44.1 5Points MGM - Media Company

44.2 vudu Robert Johnson - Composer

44.3 ZeroT Winfield Scott - General

44.4 90sbaby Betty White - Woman

44.5 TBBOM Cordell Hull - Cabinet

44.6 shotsup Rudy Gulianni - Government Advisor

44.7 RHR Hammering Hank - Baseball

44.8 Volty Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore - Settler

45.1 Volty Igor Stravinsky - Composer

45.2 RHR Willie Pep - Other Athlete

45.3 shotsup Seth Bullock. Old West

45.4 TBBOM John Williams - Composer

45.5 90sbaby Walter Payton - Football

45.6 ZeroT Maya Angelou - Nonfiction Writer

45.7 vudu Harry S Truman - President

45.8 5Points Hedy Lamarr - Inventor

46.1 5Points Robert Duvall - Actor

46.2 vudu The Salem Witch Trials of 1692-3 - Court Case(s)

46.3 ZeroT George Gershwin - Composer

46.4 90sbaby Magic Johnson - Basketball

46.5 TBBOM Chuck Yeager - Wild Card

46.6 shotsup Tom Seaver - Baseball

46.7 RHR James Fenimore Cooper - Fiction

46.8 Volty William F. Buckley Jr. - Nonfiction Writer

47.1 Volty William Lloyd Garrison - Reformer

47.2 RHR Booker T Washington - Educator

47.3 shotsup Stevie Ray Vaughn - Band/Singer

47.4 TBBOM Scopes Monkey Trial - Court case

47.5 90sbaby Farrah Fawcett - Seductress

47.6 ZeroT Henry Stimson - Cabinet

47.7 vudu Van Halen - Band

47.8 5Points Chesty Puller - General

48.1 5Points Sammy Davis Jr. - African American

48.2 vudu Jerry Rice - Football

48.3 ZeroT Buffalo Bill - Old West

48.4 90sbaby The Doors - Band

48.5 TBBOM Alfred Thayer Mahan- Non Fiction Writer

48.6 shotsup Abigail Adams. Woman

48.7 RHR George MFing Halas - Football

48.8 Volty Dean Acheson - Cabinet

49.1 Volty Detroit Red Wings -Sports Team

49.2 RHR Charles M. Schulz - Visual Artist

49.3 shotsup 1979- 1983 New York Islanders. Sports Team

49.4 TBBOM Charles Taze Russell - Reigiious Leader

49.5 90sbaby Richard Nixon - President

49.6 ZeroT Elijah Muhammad - Religious Leader

49.7 vudu Paul Newman - Actor/Director

49.8 5Points Eugene Stoner - Designer/Engineer

50.1 5Points William Holmes McGuffey - Educator

50.2 vudu Britney Spears - Seductress

50.3 ZeroT Alan Freed - Radio Personality

50.4 90sbaby Alphabet Inc - Media Company

50.5 TBBOM Mark Zuckerberg - businessman

50.6 shotsup The Tuna Bill Parcells - Football

50.7 RHR Serena Williams - Other Athlete

50.8 Volty John Brown - Criminal

51.1 Volty Herman Melville - Author

51.2 RHR Hillary Clinton - Biggest Fail of All-time

51.3 shotsup DC Comics. Media Company

51.4 TBBOM Stan Lee - Fiction Writer

51.5 90sbaby Tom Waits - Songwriter

51.6 ZeroT Plessy v Ferguson - Court Case

51.7 vudu Rodgers and Hammerstein - Composers

51.8 5Points James Otis Jr. - Colonial Era

52.1 5Points John Bardeen - Physics

52.2 vudu Eddie Murphy - Other performing artist

52.3 ZeroT William Mulholland - Fail

52.4 90sbaby Johnny Unitas - Football

52.5s TBBOM Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young - Band

52.6 shotsup Robin Williams - Other Performing Artist

52.7 RHR The Eagles - Band

52.8 Volty Norman Borlaug - Scientist (Other)

53.1 Volty Robert M. La Follette Sr. - Congressman

53.2 RHR Nirvana - Band

53.3 shotsup Aerosmith- band

53.4 TBBOM Bruce Springsteen - Songwriter

53.5 90sbaby Shaun White - Other Athlete/Olympian

53.6 ZeroT Joseph McCarthy - Congressman

53.7 vudu Bobby Jones - Other Athlete

54.8 5Points Tex Schramm - Football

54.1 5Points Pat LaFontaine - Hockey

54.2 vudu Oscar Robertson - Basketball

54.3 ZeroT Aretha Franklin - Singer

54.4 90sbaby Dr. Seuss - Fictional Writer

54.5 TBBOM Louis Brandeis - SCOTUS

54.6 shotsup FW Woolworth- Wildcard

54.7 RHR James Madison - President

54.8 Volty NBC - Media Company

55.1 Volty Facebook - Media Company

55.2 RHR Penguin Random House - Media Company

55.3 shotsup Playboy - Media Company

55.4 TBBOM 21st Century Fox - media company

55.5 90sbaby Jerry Springer - TV Personality

55.6 ZeroT Fred Astaire - Other Performing Artist

55.7 vudu Orenthal James Simpson - Criminal

55.8 5Points Miranda v Arizona - Court Case

56.1 5Points Arnold "The Brain" Rothstein - Criminal

56.S shotsup Al Pacino - Actor (makeup pick for 31.3)

56.2 vudu Fred Rogers TV Personality

56.3 ZeroT Timothy McVeigh - Criminal

56.4 90sbaby Stanley Milgram - Social Scientist

56.5 TBBOM Ted Kennedy - Congress

56.6 shotsup Vince McMahon Dumbfock Fail. XFL

56.7 RHR Barroid Bonds - Baseball

56.8 Volty Sun Yat Sen - Wildcard

57.1 Volty Pamela Anderson (Seductress)

57.2 RHR Kobe Bean Bryant - Basketball

57.3 shotsup David Dukes dumbfock

57.4 TBBOM William Westmoreland - Fail

57.5 90sbaby LaVar Ball - Basketball

57.6 ZeroT Frederick Law Olmstead - Designer

57.7 vudu John Heisman - Football

57.8 5Points John J. Pershing - General

58.1 5Points Milton Bradley - Wildcard

58.2 vudu Red Auerbach - Basketball

58.3 ZeroT William Randolph Hearst - Businessman

58.4 90sbaby Beetlejuice - Radio Personality

58.5 TBBOM Jimmi Hendrix - African American

58.6 shotsup Mike Piazza Baseball

58.7 RHR Sid Gilman - Football

58.8 Volty Julius and Ethel Rosenberg - Criminals

59.1 Volty James Buchanan - Fail

59.2 RHR Phil Jackson - Wildcard

59.3 shotsup Julius DR J Erving Basketball

59.4 TBBOM

59.5 90sbaby

59.6 ZeroT

59.7 vudu

59.8 5Points

60.1 5Points

60.2 vudu

60.3 ZeroT

60.4 90sbaby

60.5 TBBOM

60.6 shotsup

60.7 RHR

60.8 Volty

61.1 Volty

61.2 RHR

61.3 shotsup

61.4 TBBOM

61.5 90sbaby

61.6 ZeroT

61.7 vudu

61.8 5Points

62.1 5Points

62.2 vudu

62.3 ZeroT

62.4 90sbaby

62.5 TBBOM

62.6 shotsup

62.7 RHR

62.8 Volty

63.1 Volty

63.2 RHR

63.3 shotsup

63.4 TBBOM

63.5 90sbaby

63.6 ZeroT

63.7 vudu

63.8 5Points

==== Half Done ====

64.1 5Points

64.2 vudu

64.3 ZeroT

64.4 90sbaby

64.5 TBBOM

64.6 shotsup

64.7 RHR

64.8 Volty

65.1 Volty

65.2 RHR

65.3 shotsup

65.4 TBBOM

65.5 90sbaby

65.6 ZeroT

65.7 vudu

65.8 5Points

66.1 5Points

66.2 vudu

66.3 ZeroT

66.4 90sbaby

66.5 TBBOM

66.6 shotsup

66.7 RHR

66.8 Volty

67.1 Volty

67.2 RHR

67.3 shotsup

67.4 TBBOM

67.5 90sbaby

67.6 ZeroT

67.7 vudu

67.8 5Points

68.1 5Points

68.2 vudu

68.3 ZeroT

68.4 90sbaby

68.5 TBBOM

68.6 shotsup

68.7 RHR

68.8 Volty

69.1 Volty

69.2 RHR

69.3 shotsup

69.4 TBBOM

69.5 90sbaby

69.6 ZeroT

69.7 vudu

69.8 5Points

70.1 5Points

70.2 vudu

70.3 ZeroT

70.4 90sbaby

70.5 TBBOM

70.6 shotsup

70.7 RHR

70.8 Volty

71.1 Volty

71.2 RHR

71.3 shotsup

71.4 TBBOM

71.5 90sbaby

71.6 ZeroT

71.7 vudu

71.8 5Points

72.1 5Points

72.2 vudu

72.3 ZeroT

72.4 90sbaby

72.5 TBBOM

72.6 shotsup

72.7 RHR

72.8 Volty

73.1 Volty

73.2 RHR

73.3 shotsup

73.4 TBBOM

73.5 90sbaby

73.6 ZeroT

73.7 vudu

74.8 5Points

74.1 5Points

74.2 vudu

74.3 ZeroT

74.4 90sbaby

74.5 TBBOM

74.6 shotsup

74.7 RHR

74.8 Volty

75.1 Volty

75.2 RHR

75.3 shotsup

75.4 TBBOM

75.5 90sbaby

75.6 ZeroT

75.7 vudu

75.8 5Points

76.1 5Points

76.2 vudu

76.3 ZeroT

76.4 90sbaby

76.5 TBBOM

76.6 shotsup

76.7 RHR

76.8 Volty

77.1 Volty

77.2 RHR

77.3 shotsup

77.4 TBBOM

77.5 90sbaby

77.6 ZeroT

77.7 vudu

77.8 5Points

78.1 5Points

78.2 vudu

78.3 ZeroT

78.4 90sbaby

78.5 TBBOM

78.6 shotsup

78.7 RHR

78.8 Volty

79.1 Volty

79.2 RHR

79.3 shotsup

79.4 TBBOM

79.5 90sbaby

79.6 ZeroT

79.7 vudu

79.8 5Points

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President

Congressman

4.8 Volty Henry Clay Sr. - Congressman

22.8 Volty Daniel Webster - Congressman

53.1 Volty Robert M. La Follette Sr. - Congressman

 

SCOTUS Justice

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

19.1 Volty James E. Webb - Government Administrator

31.1 Volty J. Edgar Hoover - Government Administrator

48.8 Volty Dean Acheson - Cabinet

 

General/Admiral

Band/Singer

Actor/Director

Composer/Songwriter

13.1 Volty Bob Dylan - Songwriter

25.1 Volty Leonard Bernstein - Composer

45.1 Volty Igor Stravinsky - Composer

 

Other Performing Artist

35.1 Volty Bob Hope - Performing Artist (Other)

37.1 Volty David Copperfield - Performing Artist (Other)

40.8 Volty Bobby Fisher - Other Perfomer

 

TV/Radio Personality

Visual Artist

Baseball

Football

Hockey

38.8 Volty Mario Lemieux - Hockey

17.1 Volty Chris Chelios - Hockey

32.8 Volty Brett Hull - Hockey

 

Basketball

Other Athlete

6.8 Volty Jim Thorpe - Athlete (Other)

20.8 Volty Jack Nichlaus - Athlete (Other)

41.1 Volty Pete Sampras - Other Athlete

 

Fiction Writer

2.8 Volty Mark Twain - Fiction Writer

24.8 Volty Emily Dickinson - Fiction Writer

51.1 Volty Herman Melville - Author

 

Nonfiction Writer

33.1 Volty Henry David Thoreau - Nonfiction Writer

42.8 Volty Walter Lippman - Non-fiction writer

46.8 Volty William F. Buckley Jr. - Nonfiction Writer

 

Physics/Astronomy

18.8 Volty Edwin Hubble - Astronomy

29.1 Volty Enrico Fermi - Scientist (Physics)

 

Other Science

5.1 Volty Jonas Salk - Scientist (Other)

28.8 Volty James Watson Scientist (Other)

52.8 Volty Norman Borlaug - Scientist (Other)

 

Social Scientist

10.8 Volty Milton Friedman - Social Scientist

43.1 Volty Franz Boas - Social Scientist

 

Inventor

1.1 Volty Thomas Edison Inventor

23.1 Volty Robert Fulton - Inventor

36.8 Volty Cyrus McCormick - Inventor

 

Designer/Engineer

15.1 Volty George Westinghouse - Engineer/Designer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

Businessman

Religious Leader

9.1 Volty Joseph Smith - Religious Leader

27.1 Volty Roger Williams - Religious Leader

 

Old West

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

3.1 Volty Merriweather Lewis and William Clark - Explorer

14.8 Volty Alan Shepard - Explorer

44.8 Volty Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore - Settler

 

Educator

8.8 Volty Horace Mann - Educator

21.1 Volty John Dewey - Educator

 

Colonial Era

Reformer

11.1 Volty Frederick Douglass - Reformer

34.8 Volty Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Reformer

47.1 Volty William Lloyd Garrison - Reformer

 

African American

Native American

Woman

Seductress

12.8 Volty Wallis Simpson - Seductress

39.1 Volty Jenna Jameson - Seductress

57.1 Volty Pamela Anderson - Seductress

 

Criminal

50.8 Volty John Brown - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

Court Case

Sports Team

7.1 Volty New York Yankees - Sports Team

30.8 Volty Boston Celtics - Sports Team

49.1 Volty Detroit Red Wings -Sports Team

 

Media Company

16.8 Volty The Walt Disney Company - Media Company

54.8 Volty NBC - Media Company

55.1 Volty Facebook - Media Company

 

Wildcardx2

56.8 Volty Sun Yat Sen - Wildcard

26.8 Volty Madonna - Wildcard

 

 

RaiderHater's Revenge

President

1.2 RHR George Washington - Wildcard

54.7 RHR James Madison - President

 

Congressman

SCOTUS Justice

4.7 RHR John Marshall - SCOTUS

33.2 RHR Thurgood Marshall - SCOTUS

 

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

41.2 RHR John Quincy Adams - Govt Administrator

 

General/Admiral

5.2 RHR Ulysses S. Grant - General

31.2 RHR John A Logan - General

 

Band/Singer

52.7 RHR The Eagles - Band

53.2 RHR Nirvana - Band

 

Actor/Director

Composer/Songwriter

23.2 RHR Prince Rogers Nelson - Songwriter

 

Other Performing Artist

8.7 RHR PT Barnum - Performance Artist

40.7 RHR Louis Armstrong - Other Performing Artist

 

TV/Radio Personality

12.7 RHR Orson Welles - Radio Personality

26.7 RHR Casey Kasem - Radio Personality

 

Visual Artist

49.2 RHR Charles M. Schulz - Visual Artist

 

Baseball

44.7 RHR Hammering Hank - Baseball

56.7 RHR Barroid Bonds - Baseball

 

Football

22.7 RHR Walter Camp - Football

48.7 RHR George MFing Halas - Football

 

Hockey

Basketball

28.7 RHR Lebron - Hoops

43.2 RHR Wilt Chamberlain - Basketball

57.2 RHR Kobe Bean Bryant - Basketball

 

Other Athlete

24.7 RHR Eldrick Tont Woods - Other Sport

45.2 RHR Willie Pep - Other Athlete

50.7 RHR Serena Williams - Other Athlete

 

Fiction Writer

9.2 RHR Walt Whitman - Fiction Writer

35.2 RHR Harriet Beacher Stowe - Non-Fiction

46.7 RHR James Fenimore Cooper - Fiction

 

Nonfiction Writer

10.7 RHR Benjamin Spock - Non Fiction Writer

 

Physics/Astronomy

27.2 RHR Neil deGrasse Tyson - Physicist/Astronomy

 

Other Science

7.2 RHR Gregory Pincus (Science)

42.7 RHR Dian Fossey - Other Science

 

Social Scientist

Inventor

14.7 RHR Eli Whitney - Inventor

20.7 RHR Samuel Morse - Inventor

 

Designer/Engineer

19.2 RHR Frank Lloyd Wright - Designer

25.2 RHR Louis Sullivan - Designer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

Businessman

3.2 RHR Walt Disney - Business

18.7 RHR Bill Gates - Businessman

 

Religious Leader

11.2 RHR L Ron Hubbard - Religious Leader

 

Old West

13.2 RHR Wyatt Earp - Old West

 

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

21.2 RHR Admiral Richard Byrd - Explorer

37.2 RHR Barry Bishop - Explorer

 

Educator

29.2 RHR William James - Educator

39.2 RHR John Harvard - Educator

47.2 RHR Booker T Washington - Educator

 

Colonial Era

Reformer

6.7 RHR Jackie Robinson (Reformer)

 

African American

2.7 RHR Martin Luther King Jr. - African American

17.2 RHR Harriet Tubman - African American

 

Native American

15.2 RHR Tisquantam (Squanto) - Native American

 

Woman

32.7 RHR Sally Ride - Woman

34.7 RHR Amelia Earhart - Woman

 

Seductress

Criminal

38.7 RHR H.H Holmes - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

51.2 RHR Hillary Clinton - Biggest Fail

 

Court Case

16.7 RHR People vs OJ Simpson - Court Case

 

Sports Team

30.7 RHR UCLA Bruins Mens Basketball - Sports Team

 

Media Company

55.2 RHR Penguin Random House - Media Company

 

Wilcardx2

36.7 RHR Noah Webster - Wildcard

 

 

Shotsup

President

1.3 shotsup Abraham Lincoln - President

 

Congressman

SCOTUS Justice

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

44.6 shotsup Rudy Gulianni - Government Advisor

 

General/Admiral

2.6 shotsup George Patton - General

12.6 shotsup Robert E Lee - General

 

Band/Singer

6.6 shotsup Michael Jackson. Singer

47.3 shotsup Stevie Ray Vaughn - Band/Singer

53.3 shotsup Aerosmith- band

 

Actor/Director

18.6 shotsup Martin Scorsese - Director

56.S shotsup Al Pacino - Actor

 

Composer/Songwriter

16.6 shotsup Harry Chaplin - Songwriter

 

Other Performing Artist

36.6 shotsup Buster Keaton - Other Performing Artist

52.6 shotsup Robin Williams - Other Performing Artist

 

TV/Radio Personality

11.3 shotsup Howard Stern - TV/Radio Personality

26.6 shotsup Abbott and Costello - TV/Radio Personality

 

Visual Artist

5.3 shotsup Andy Warhol - Visual Artist

Baseball

23.3 shotsup Ted Williams- Baseball

46.6 shotsup Tom Seaver - Baseball

 

Football

38.6 shotsup Lawrence Julios Taylor. LT. - Football

50.6 shotsup The Tuna Bill Parcells - Football

 

Hockey

33.3 shotsup Mike Modano. Hockey

41.3 shotsup Ken Morrow. Hockey

 

Basketball

Other Athlete

8.6 shotsup Secretariat Athlete (Other)

42.6 shotsup Mike Tyson other Athlete

 

Fiction Writer

24.6 shotsup Stephen King - Fiction Writer

 

Nonfiction Writer

Physics/Astronomy

Other Science

Social Scientist

Inventor

30.6 shotsup Charles Richter inventor

34.6 shotsup Ron Popiel. Inventor

 

Designer/Engineer

25.3 shotsup Steve Jobs - Designer Engineer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

Businessman

14.6 shotsup Jeff Bezos - Businessman

15.3 shotsup Keith Rupert Murdoch, Businessman

43.3 shotsup Don King. Businessman

 

Religious Leader

9.3 shotsup Brigham Young - Religious Leader

 

Old West

19.3 shotsup William H Bonney AKA Billy the Kid - Old West

45.3 shotsup Seth Bullock. Old West

 

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

7.3 shotsup Buzz Aldrin - Explorer

 

Educator

39.3 shotsup William Sanford "Bill" Nye - Educator

Colonial Era

20.6 shotsup Elizabeth Ross. Colonial Era

 

Reformer

African American

27.3 shotsup Samuel Battle. African American

 

Native American

17.3 shotsup Pocahontas - Native American

 

Woman

13.3 shotsup Martha Washington - Woman

40.6 shotsup Barbara Bush. Woman

48.6 shotsup Abigail Adams. Woman

 

Seductress

32.6 shotsup Raquel Welch. Seductress

35.3 shotsup Jayne Mansfield- seductress

 

Criminal

4.6 shotsup John Gotti - Criminal

10.6 shotsup John Wilkes Booth - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

22.6 shotsup Ambrose Burnside - Dumbfuck Phail

56.6 shotsup Vince McMahon Dumbfock Fail. XFL

 

Court Case

29.3 shotsup Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1857 (7-2 decision) Court Case

 

Sports Team

21.3 shotsup 1980 USA Olympic Hockey Team - Sports Team

49.3 shotsup 1979- 1983 New York Islanders. Sports Team

 

Media Company

51.3 shotsup DC Comics. Media Company

55.3 shotsup Playboy - Media Company

 

Wildcardx2

3.3 shotsup Theodore Roosevelt - Wildcard

28.6 shotsup Lucille Ball. Wildcard

37.3 shotsup Jack LaLane Wildcard

54.6 shotsup FW Woolworth- Wildcard

 

titans&bucs&bearsohmy!

President

1.4 TBBOM Thomas Jefferson - President

12.5 TBBOM Andrew Jackson - President

38.5 TBBOM James K. Polk - POTUS

 

Congressman

56.5 TBBOM Ted Kennedy - Congress

 

SCOTUS Justice

35.4 TBBOM William Brennan - SCOTUS

54.5 TBBOM Louis Brandeis - SCOTUS

 

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

29.4 TBBOM William H. Seward - Cabinet

44.5 TBBOM Cordell Hull - Cabinet

 

General/Admiral

4.5 TBBOM Chester Nimitz - Admiral

24.5 TBBOM William Tecumseh Sherman - General

40.5 TBBOM Douglas MacArthur - General

 

Band/Singer

14.5 TBBOM Frank Sinatra - Singer

52.5s TBBOM Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young - Band

 

Actor/Director

16.5 TBBOM Humphrey Bogart - actor

18.5 TBBOM Steven Spielberg - Director

28.5 TBBOM Marion Mitchell Morrison, AKA John Wayne - Actor

 

Composer/Songwriter

8.5 TBBOM Francis Scott Key - Composer

45.4 TBBOM John Williams - Composer

53.4 TBBOM Bruce Springsteen - Songwriter

 

Other Performing Artist

7.4 TBBOM Harry Houdini - Other performing Artist

 

TV/Radio Personality

10.5 TBBOM Walter Cronkite - TV Personality

27.4 TBBOM Johnny Carson - TV personality

 

Visual Artist

51.4 TBBOM Stan Lee - Fiction Writer

 

Baseball

36.5 TBBOM Cy Young - Baseball

 

Football

21.4 TBBOM Joe Montana - Football

 

Hockey

Basketball

22.5 TBBOM John Wooden - Basketball

23.4 TBBOM James Naismith - Basketball

 

Other Athlete

Fiction Writer

30.5 TBBOM William Faulkner - fiction writer

51.4 TBBOM Stan Lee - Fiction Writer

 

Nonfiction Writer

48.5 TBBOM Alfred Thayer Mahan- Non Fiction Writer

 

Physics/Astronomy

3.4 TBBOM J. Robert Oppenheimer - Physics

 

Other Science

Social Scientist

Inventor

25.4 TBBOM Willis Carrier - inventor

 

Designer/Engineer

33.4 TBBOM Robert Goddard - Engineer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

2.5 TBBOM James Madison - thinker/philosopher

9.4 TBBOM Ayn Rand - Thinker/philosopher

 

Businessman

19.4 TBBOM Ray Kroc - Businessman

20.5 TBBOM Sam Walton - businessman

50.5 TBBOM Mark Zuckerberg - businessman

 

Religious Leader

49.4 TBBOM Charles Taze Russell - Reigiious Leader

 

Old West

37.4 TBBOM Doc Holiday - Wild West

 

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

5.4 TBBOM Neil Armstrong - Explorers

11.4 TBBOM Davy Crockett - Pioneer

17.4 TBBOM Robert Peary - Explorer

 

Educator

Colonial Era

15.4 TBBOM William Penn - Colonial Era

 

Reformer

African American

41.4 TBBOM Rosa Parks - African American

 

Native American

32.5 TBBOM Sequoiah - Native American

 

Woman

Seductress

6.5 TBBOM Marilyn Monroe - Seductress

43.4 TBBOM Cindy Crawford - Seductress

 

Criminal

26.5 TBBOM Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

39.4 TBBOM George Armstrong Custer - Dumfock, Fail

 

Court Case

13.4 TBBOM Brown v. Board of Education - Court Case

47.4 TBBOM Scopes Monkey Trial - Court case

 

Sports Team

31.4 TBBOM Alabama Crimson Tide - sports team

 

Media Company

55.4 TBBOM 21st Century Fox - media company

 

Wildcardx2

34.5 TBBOM Charles Lindbergh - Wildcard

42.5 TBBOM John Glenn - wildcard

46.5 TBBOM Chuck Yeager - Wild Card

 

iam90sbaby

President

49.5 90sbaby Richard Nixon - President

 

Congressman

SCOTUS Justice

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

General/Admiral

12.4 90sbaby TJ "Stonewall" Jackson - General

 

Band/Singer

27.5 90sbaby Axl Rose - Singer

42.4 90sbaby The Beach Boys - Band

48.4 90sbaby The Doors - Band

 

Actor/Director

8.4 90sbaby Alfred Hitchcock - Director

21.5 90sbaby James Arness - Actor

41.5 90sbaby Quentin Tarantino - Director

 

Composer/Songwriter

20.4 90sbaby Paul Simon - Songwriter

51.5 90sbaby Tom Waits - Songwriter

 

Other Performing Artist

26.4 90sbaby Michael Buffer - Other Performing Acts

36.4s 90sbaby Evel Knievel - Other Performing Artists

 

TV/Radio Personality

31.5 90sbaby D!ck Cavett - TV Personality

55.5 90sbaby Jerry Springer - TV Personality

 

Visual Artist

40.4 90sbaby Bob Ross - Visual Artist

 

Baseball

22.4 90sbaby Alexander Cartwright - Baseball

 

Football

15.5 90sbaby Tom Brady - Football

45.5 90sbaby Walter Payton - Football

52.4 90sbaby Johnny Unitas - Football

Hockey

7.5 90sbaby Wayne Gretzky - Hockey

 

Basketball

28.4 90sbaby Larry Bird - Basketball

46.4 90sbaby Magic Johnson - Basketball

 

Other Athlete

11.5 90sbaby Michael Phelps - Other Athlete

38.4 90sbaby Dale Earnhardt - Athlete

53.5 90sbaby Shaun White - Other Athlete/Olympian

 

Fiction Writer

18.4 90sbaby F. Scott Fitzgerald - Fictional Writer

54.4 90sbaby Dr. Seuss - Fictional Writer

 

Nonfiction Writer

Physics/Astronomy

Other Science

Social Scientist

30.4 90sbaby Phillip Zimbardo - Social Scientist

56.4 90sbaby Stanley Milgram - Social Scientist

 

Inventor

3.5 90sbaby Steve Wozniak - Inventor

39.5 90sbaby Robert Dennard - Inventor

 

Designer/Engineer

4.4 90sbaby Nikola Tesla - Engineer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

32.4 90sbaby Thomas Sowell - Thinker

 

Businessman

1.5 90sbaby Henry Ford - Businessman

19.5 90sbaby Levi Strauss - Businessman

25.5 90sbaby Eberhard Anheuser - Businessman

 

Religious Leader

10.4 90sbaby David Koresh - Religious Leader

 

Old West

9.5 90sbaby Jesse James - Old West

 

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

Educator

35.5 90sbaby Adam Savage - Educator

 

Colonial Era

14.4 90sbaby John Hancock - Colonial Era

 

Reformer

African American

17.5 90sbaby George Washington Carver - African American

 

Native American

13.5 90sbaby Sacagawea - Native American

 

Woman

37.5 90sbaby Jackie Kennedy - Women

44.4 90sbaby Betty White - Woman

 

Seductress

29.5 90sbaby Audrey Hepburn - Seductress

47.5 90sbaby Farrah Fawcett - Seductress

 

Criminal

24.4 90sbaby John Wayne Gacy - Criminal

34.4 90sbaby Ed Gein - Criminal

43.5 90sbaby D.B. Cooper - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

6.4 90sbaby Barrack Obama - Fail

 

Court Case

16.4 90sbaby Weeks vs United States - Court Case

 

Sports Team

23.5 90sbaby 1992 United States men's Olympic Basketball team aka The Dream Team - Sports Team

Media Company

50.4 90sbaby Alphabet Inc - Media Company

Wildcardx2

2.4 90sbaby John D. Rockefeller - Wildcard

5.5 90sbaby Donald Trump - Wildcard

33.5 90sbaby Larry Page - Businessman

 

Zero Tolerance

President

2.3 ZeroT Franklin D Roosevelt - President

29.6 ZeroT Woodrow Wilson - President

 

Congressman

15.6 ZeroT John C. Calhoun - Congressman/Senator

53.6 ZeroT Joseph McCarthy - Congressman

 

SCOTUS Justice

12.3 ZeroT Earl Warren - SCOTUS

 

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

3.6 ZeroT Alexander Hamilton - Cabinet

47.6 ZeroT Henry Stimson - Cabinet

 

General/Admiral

13.6 ZeroT George Marshall - General

44.3 ZeroT Winfield Scott - General

 

Band/Singer

6.3 ZeroT Elvis Presley - Singer

54.3 ZeroT Aretha Franklin - Singer

 

Actor/Director

21.6 ZeroT John Ford - Director

31.6 ZeroT Marlon Brando - Actor

 

Composer/Songwriter

30.3 ZeroT Burt Bacharach - Composer

46.3 ZeroT George Gershwin - Composer

 

Other Performing Artist

40.3 ZeroT George Carlin - Other Performing Artist

55.6 ZeroT Fred Astaire - Other Performing Artist

 

TV/Radio Personality

10.3 ZeroT Ed Sullivan - TV personality

50.3 ZeroT Alan Freed - Radio Personality

 

Visual Artist

34.3 ZeroT Jackson Pollock - Visual Artist

 

Baseball

23.6 ZeroT Willie Mays - Baseball

 

Football

24.3 ZeroT Jim Brown - Football

 

Hockey

38.3 ZeroT Martin Brodeur - Hockey

 

Basketball

36.3 ZeroT Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Basketball

 

Other Athlete

18.3 ZeroT Sugar Ray Robinson - Other Athlete

 

Fiction Writer

7.6 ZeroT Ernest Hemingway - Fiction Writer

41.6 ZeroT Edgar Allen Poe - Fiction Writer

 

Nonfiction Writer

20.3 ZeroT Ralph Waldo Emerson - Non-Fiction Writer

45.6 ZeroT Maya Angelou - Nonfiction Writer

 

Physics/Astronomy

16.3 ZeroT Carl Sagan - Astronomy

39.6 ZeroT Josiah Willard Gibbs - Physics

 

Other Science

14.3 ZeroT Linus Pauling - Other Science

 

Social Scientist

28.3 ZeroT Jane Addams - Social Scientist

 

Inventor

5.6 ZeroT Alexander Graham Bell - Inventor

42.3 ZeroT Edwin Howard Armstrong - Inventor

 

Designer/Engineer

Thinker/Philosopher

8.3 ZeroT Thomas Paine - Thinker/Philosopher

 

Businessman

4.3 ZeroT J.P. Morgan - Businessman

 

Religious Leader

27.6 ZeroT Jim Jones - Religious Leader

49.6 ZeroT Elijah Muhammad - Religious Leader

 

Old West

25.6 ZeroT Butch Cassidy - Old West

48.3 ZeroT Buffalo Bill - Old West

 

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

37.6 ZeroT Kit Carson - Pioneer

 

Educator

Colonial Era

17.6 ZeroT Samuel Adams, Colonial Era

43.6 ZeroT Myles Standish - Colonial Era

 

Reformer

9.6 ZeroT Susan B Anthony - Reformer

 

African American

19.6 ZeroT W.E.B. Du Bois - African-American

 

Native American

22.3 ZeroT Crazy Horse - Native American

 

Woman

35.6 ZeroT Eleanor Roosevelt - Woman

 

Seductress

33.6 ZeroT Mae West - Seductress

 

Criminal

26.3 ZeroT Charles Manson - Criminal

56.3 ZeroT Timothy McVeigh - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

52.3 ZeroT William Mulholland - Fail

 

Court Case

11.6 ZeroT Marbury v Madison - Court Case

51.6 ZeroT Plessy v Ferguson - Court Case

 

Sports Team

32.3 ZeroT Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers - Sports Team

 

Media Company

Wildcardx2

1.6 ZeroT Benjamin Franklin - Wildcard

 

vuduchile

President

23.7 vudu John F Kennedy - Prez

45.7 vudu Harry S Truman - President

 

Congressman

36.2 vudu Patrick Henry - Congressman

 

SCOTUS Justice

11.7 vudu John Jay - SCOTUS

 

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

9.7 vudu William Bradford Govt administrator

 

General/Admiral

2.2 vudu Dwight D Eisenhower - General

 

Band/Singer

47.7 vudu Van Halen - Band

 

Actor/Director

12.2 vudu Clint Eastwood - Actor Director

49.7 vudu Paul Newman - Actor/Director

 

Composer/Songwriter

44.2 vudu Robert Johnson - Composer

51.7 vudu Rodgers and Hammerstein - Composers

 

Other Performing Artist

52.2 vudu Eddie Murphy - Other performing artist

 

TV/Radio Personality

27.7 vudu Jackie Gleason TV/Radio

56.2 vudu Fred Rogers TV Personality

 

Visual Artist

13.7 vudu Norman Rockwell - Visual Artist

37.7 vudu Georgia OKeefe Visual Artist

 

Baseball

5.7 vudu Babe Ruth - Baseball

28.2 vudu Nolan Ryan - Baseball

38.2 vudu Ty Cobb - Baseball

 

Football

10.2 vudu Vince Lombardi - Football

48.2 vudu Jerry Rice - Football

 

Hockey

18.2 vudu Herbert Paul Brooks - Hockey

 

Basketball

6.2 vudu Michael Jordan - Basketball

54.2 vudu Oscar Robertson - Basketball

 

Other Athlete

21.7 vudu Jesse Owens - Athlete

53.7 vudu Bobby Jones - Other Athlete

 

Fiction Writer

15.7 vudu John Steinbeck - Fiction Writer

 

Nonfiction Writer

20.2 vudu Audie Murphy - Non Fiction Writer

 

Physics/Astronomy

1.7 vudu Albert Einstein - Physics

 

Other Science

Social Scientist

Inventor

4.2 vudu George Eastman - Inventor

40.2 vudu Richard Gatling Inventor

41.7 vudu Brad Parkinson and Ivan Getting - Inventors

 

Designer/Engineer

25.7 vudu Joseph Strauss and Charles Ellis - Designers

26.2 vudu Rudi Gernreich Designer

29.7 vudu Isaiah Rogers Designer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

Businessman

17.7 vudu Warren Buffet - Businessman

22.2 vudu Cornelius Vanderbilt - Businessman

43.7 vudu Martin Marty Cooper - Businessman

 

Religious Leader

Old West

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

7.7 vudu John Smith - Explorer

 

Educator

Colonial Era

Reformer

14.2 vudu Branch Rickey - Reformer

 

African American

3.7 vudu Muhammad Ali - African American

35.7 vudu Crispus Attucks - African American

 

Native American

8.2 vudu Sitting Bull - Native American

 

Woman

33.7 vudu Sybil Ludington - Woman

 

Seductress

31.7 vudu Grace Kelly Seductress

50.2 vudu Britney Spears - Seductress

 

Criminal

19.7 vudu Benedict Arnold - Criminal

24.2 vudu Lee Harvey Oswald. Criminal

55.7 vudu Orenthal James Simpson - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

16.2 vudu Andrew Volstead - Dumbfock

34.2 vudu John Sutter - Dumbfock/Fail

Court Case

46.2 vudu The Salem Witch Trials of 1692-3 - Court Case(s)

 

Sports Team

30.2 vudu Oklahoma Sooners Football - Sports team

39.7 vudu The Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football team

Media Company

Wildcardx2

32.2 vudu Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham, Tom Burnett and Jeremy Glick. Wildcard

42.2 vudu Les Paul - Inventor

5-Points

President

23.8 5Points Ronald Reagan - POTUS

 

Congressman

34.1 5Points William "Boss" Tweed - Congressman

 

SCOTUS Justice

9.8 5Points Oliver Wendell Holmes - SCOTUS Justice

 

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

General/Admiral

40.1 5Points Nathanael Greene - General

47.8 5Points Chesty Puller - General

 

Band/Singer

35.8 5Points Johnny Cash - Singer

 

Actor/Director

46.1 5Points Robert Duvall - Actor

 

Composer/Songwriter

21.8 5Points Stephen Foster - Composer

 

Other Performing Artist

43.8 5Points Annie Oakley - Other Performing Artist

 

TV/Radio Personality

18.1 5Points Mel Blanc - TV/Radio Personality

19.8 5Points Richard Wagstaff "D!ck" Clark - TV/Radio Personality

29.8 5Points Lawrence Welk - TV Personality

 

Visual Artist

6.1 5Points Ansel Adams - Visual Artist

 

Baseball

10.1 5Points Henry Louis Gehrig - Baseball

 

Football

54.8 5Points Tex Schramm - Football

 

Hockey

54.1 5Points Pat LaFontaine - Hockey

 

Basketball

Other Athlete

41.8 5Points Willie Shoemaker - Other Athelete

 

Fiction Writer

27.8 5Points Jack London - Fiction Writer

 

Nonfiction Writer

Physics/Astronomy

20.1 5Points William Shockley - Physics

42.1 5Points Michio Kaku - Physiscs

52.1 5Points John Bardeen - Physics

 

Other Science

Social Scientist

Inventor

2.1 5Points The Wright Brothers - Inventor

45.8 5Points Hedy Lamarr - Inventor

 

Designer/Engineer

49.8 5Points Eugene Stoner - Designer/Engineer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

1.8 5Points John Adams - Thinker/Philosopher

Businessman

3.8 5Points Andrew Carnegie - Businessman

7.8 5Points Samuel Colt - Businessman

36.1 5Points Hugh Hefner - Businessman

 

Religious Leader

11.8 5Points William Franklin Graham Jr. - Religious Leader

 

Old West

15.8 5Points Wild Bill Hickok - Old West

24.1 5Points Alan Pinkerton - Old West

 

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

31.8 5Points John C. Fremont - Explorer

 

Educator

50.1 5Points William Holmes McGuffey - Educator

 

Colonial Era

13.8 5Points Paul Revere - Colonial Era

51.8 5Points James Otis Jr. - Colonial Era

 

Reformer

12.1 5Points Margaret Sanger - Reformer

28.1 5Points John Muir - Reformer

 

African American

16.1 5Points Bass Reeves - African American

48.1 5Points Sammy Davis Jr. - African American

 

Native American

14.1 5Points Geronimo - Native American

37.8 5Points Ira Hayes - Native American

 

Woman

38.1 5Points Helen Keller - Woman

39.8 5Points Clara Barton - Woman

 

Seductress

32.1 5Points Josephine Baker - Seductress

 

Criminal

4.1 5Points Al Capone - Criminal

30.1 5Points James"Whitey" Bulger - Criminal

56.1 5Points Arnold "The Brain" Rothstein - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

22.1 5Points George McClellan - Fock Up

 

Court Case

25.8 5Points Roe v Wade - Court Case

55.8 5Points Miranda v Arizona - Court Case

 

Sports Team

8.1 5Points Dallas Cowboys - Sports Team

33.8 5Points 1970 Marshall University Thundering Herd Football Team - Sports Team

Media Company

44.1 5Points MGM - Media Company

 

Wildcardx2

17.8 5Points Samuel Wilson a.k.a. Uncle Sam - Wildcard

26.1 5Points Carlos Hathcock - Wildcard

 

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President

1.2 RHR George Washington - Wildcard

1.3 shotsup Abraham Lincoln - President

1.4 TBBOM Thomas Jefferson - President

2.3 ZeroT Franklin D Roosevelt - President

12.5 TBBOM Andrew Jackson - President

23.7 vudu John F Kennedy - Prez

23.8 5Points Ronald Reagan - POTUS

29.6 ZeroT Woodrow Wilson - President

38.5 TBBOM James K. Polk - POTUS

45.7 vudu Harry S Truman - President

49.5 90sbaby Richard Nixon - President

54.7 RHR James Madison - President

 

Congressman

4.8 Volty Henry Clay Sr. - Congressman

15.6 ZeroT John C. Calhoun - Congressman/Senator

22.8 Volty Daniel Webster - Congressman

34.1 5Points William "Boss" Tweed - Congressman

36.2 vudu Patrick Henry - Congressman

53.1 Volty Robert M. La Follette Sr. - Congressman

53.6 ZeroT Joseph McCarthy - Congressman

56.5 TBBOM Ted Kennedy - Congress

 

SCOTUS Justice

4.7 RHR John Marshall, SCOTUS

9.8 5Points Oliver Wendell Holmes - SCOTUS Justice

11.7 vudu John Jay - SCOTUS

12.3 ZeroT Earl Warren - SCOTUS

33.2 RHR Thurgood Marshall - SCOTUS

35.4 TBBOM William Brennan - SCOTUS

54.5 TBBOM Louis Brandeis - SCOTUS

 

Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

3.6 ZeroT Alexander Hamilton - Cabinet

9.7 vudu William Bradford Govt administrator

19.1 Volty James E. Webb - Government Administrator

29.4 TBBOM William H. Seward - Cabinet

31.1 Volty J. Edgar Hoover - Government Administrator

41.2 RHR John Quincy Adams - Govt Administrator

44.5 TBBOM Cordell Hull - Cabinet

44.6 shotsup Rudy Gulianni - Government Advisor

47.6 ZeroT Henry Stimson - Cabinet

48.8 Volty Dean Acheson - Cabinet

 

General/Admiral

2.2 vudu Dwight D Eisenhower - General

2.6 shotsup George Patton - General

4.5 TBBOM Chester Nimitz - Admiral

5.2 RHR Ulysses S. Grant - General

12.4 90sbaby TJ "Stonewall" Jackson - General

12.6 shotsup Robert E Lee - General

13.6 ZeroT George Marshall - General

24.5 TBBOM William Tecumseh Sherman - General

31.2 RHR John A Logan - General

40.1 5Points Nathanael Greene - General

40.5 TBBOM Douglas MacArthur - General

44.3 ZeroT Winfield Scott - General

47.8 5Points Chesty Puller - General

 

Band/Singer

6.3 ZeroT Elvis Presley - Singer

6.6 shotsup Michael Jackson. Singer

14.5 TBBOM Frank Sinatra - Singer

27.5 90sbaby Axl Rose - Singer

35.8 5Points Johnny Cash - Singer

42.4 90sbaby The Beach Boys - Band

47.3 shotsup Stevie Ray Vaughn - Band/Singer

47.7 vudu Van Halen - Band

48.4 90sbaby The Doors - Band

52.7 RHR The Eagles - Band

53.2 RHR Nirvana - Band

53.3 shotsup Aerosmith- band

52.5s TBBOM Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young - Band

54.3 ZeroT Aretha Franklin - Singer

 

Actor/Director

8.4 90sbaby Alfred Hitchcock - Director

12.2 vudu Clint Eastwood - Actor Director

16.5 TBBOM Humphrey Bogart - actor

18.5 TBBOM Steven Spielberg - Director

18.6 shotsup Martin Scorsese - Director

21.5 90sbaby James Arness - Actor

21.6 ZeroT John Ford - Director

28.5 TBBOM Marion Mitchell Morrison, AKA John Wayne - Actor

31.3 shotsup Robert Deniro. Actor (tossed back in for running his mouth at the Tonys)

31.6 ZeroT Marlon Brando - Actor

41.5 90sbaby Quentin Tarantino - Director

46.1 5Points Robert Duvall - Actor

49.7 vudu Paul Newman - Actor/Director

56.S shotsup Al Pacino - Actor (makeup pick for 31.3)

 

Composer/Songwriter

8.5 TBBOM Francis Scott Key - Composer

13.1 Volty Bob Dylan - Songwriter

16.6 shotsup Harry Chaplin - Songwriter

20.4 90sbaby Paul Simon - Songwriter

21.8 5Points Stephen Foster - Composer

23.2 RHR Prince Rogers Nelson - Songwriter
25.1 Volty Leonard Bernstein - Composer

30.3 ZeroT Burt Bacharach - Composer

44.2 vudu Robert Johnson - Composer

45.1 Volty Igor Stravinsky - Composer

45.4 TBBOM John Williams - Composer

46.3 ZeroT George Gershwin - Composer

51.7 vudu Rodgers and Hammerstein - Composers

53.4 TBBOM Bruce Springsteen - Songwriter

51.5s 90sbaby Tom Waits - Songwriter

 

Other Performing Artist

7.4 TBBOM Harry Houdini - Other performing Artist

8.7 RHR PT Barnum - Performance Artist

26.4 90sbaby Michael Buffer - Other Performing Acts

35.1 Volty Bob Hope - Performing Artist (Other)

36.6 shotsup Buster Keaton - Other Performing Artist

37.1 Volty David Copperfield - Performing Artist (Other)

36.4s 90sbaby Evel Knievel - Other Performing Artists

40.3 ZeroT George Carlin - Other Performing Artist

40.7 RHR Louis Armstrong - Other Performing Artist

40.8 Volty Bobby Fisher - Other Perfomer

44.8 5Points Annie Oakley - Other Performing Artist

52.2 vudu Eddie Murphy - Other performing artist

52.6 shotsup Robin Williams - Other Performing Artist

55.6 ZeroT Fred Astaire - Other Performing Artist

 

TV/Radio Personality

10.3 ZeroT Ed Sullivan - TV personality

10.5 TBBOM Walter Cronkite - TV Personality

11.3 shotsup Howard Stern - TV/Radio Personality

12.7 RHR Orson Welles - Radio Personality

18.1 5Points Mel Blanc - TV/Radio Personality

19.8 5Points Richard Wagstaff "D!ck" Clark - TV/Radio Personality

26.6 shotsup Abbott and Costello - TV/Radio Personality

26.7 RHR Casey Kasem - Radio Personality

27.4 TBBOM Johnny Carson - TV personality

27.7 vudu Jackie Gleason TV/Radio

29.8 5Points Lawrence Welk - TV Personality

31.5 90sbaby D!ck Cavett - TV Personality

50.3 ZeroT Alan Freed - Radio Personality

56.2 vudu Fred Rogers TV Personality

55.5 90sbaby Jerry Springer - TV Personality

 

Visual Artist

5.3 shotsup Andy Warhol - Visual Artist

6.1 5Points Ansel Adams - Visual Artist

13.7 vudu Norman Rockwell - Visual Artist

34.3 ZeroT Jackson Pollock - Visual Artist

37.7 vudu Georgia OKeefe Visual Artist

40.4 90sbaby Bob Ross - Visual Artist

49.2 RHR Charles M. Schulz - Visual Artist

 

Baseball

5.7 vudu Babe Ruth - Baseball

10.1 5Points Henry Louis Gehrig - Baseball

22.4 90sbaby Alexander Cartwright - Baseball

23.3 shotsup Ted Williams- Baseball

23.6 ZeroT Willie Mays - Baseball

28.2 vudu Nolan Ryan - Baseball

36.5 TBBOM Cy Young - Baseball

38.2 vudu Ty Cobb - Baseball

44.7 RHR Hammering Hank - Baseball

46.6 shotsup Tom Seaver - Baseball

56.7 RHR Barroid Bonds - Baseball

 

Football

10.2 vudu Vince Lombardi - Football

15.5 90sbaby Tom Brady - Football

21.4 TBBOM Joe Montana - Football

22.7 RHR Walter Camp - Football

24.3 ZeroT Jim Brown - Football

38.6 shotsup Lawrence Julios Taylor. LT. - Football

45.5 90sbaby Walter Payton - Football

48.2 vudu Jerry Rice - Football

48.7 RHR George MFing Halas - Football

50.6 shotsup The Tuna Bill Parcells - Football

54.8 5Points Tex Schramm - Football

52.4s 90sbaby Johnny Unitas - Football

 

Hockey

7.5 90sbaby Wayne Gretzky - Hockey

17.1 Volty Chris Chelios - Hockey

18.2 vudu Herbert Paul Brooks - Hockey

32.8 Volty Brett Hull - Hockey

33.3 shotsup Mike Modano. Hockey

38.3 ZeroT Martin Brodeur - Hockey

38.8 Volty Mario Lemieux - Hockey

41.3 shotsup Ken Morrow. Hockey

54.1 5Points Pat LaFontaine - Hockey

 

Basketball

6.2 vudu Michael Jordan - Basketball

22.5 TBBOM John Wooden - Basketball

23.4 TBBOM James Naismith - Basketball

28.7 RHR Lebron - Hoops

28.4s 90sbaby Larry Bird - Basketball

36.3 ZeroT Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Basketball

43.2 RHR Wilt Chamberlain - Basketball

46.4 90sbaby Magic Johnson - Basketball

54.2 vudu Oscar Robertson - Basketball

57.2 RHR Kobe Bean Bryant - Basketball

 

Other Athlete

6.8 Volty Jim Thorpe - Athlete (Other)

8.6 shotsup Secretariat - Athlete (Other)

11.5 90sbaby Michael Phelps - Other Athlete

18.3 ZeroT Sugar Ray Robinson - Other Athlete

20.8 Volty Jack Nichlaus - Athlete (Other)

21.7 vudu Jesse Owens - Athlete

24.7 RHR Eldrick Tont Woods - Other Sport

38.4 90sbaby Dale Earnhardt - Athlete

41.1 Volty Pete Sampras - Other Athlete

41.8 5Points Willie Shoemaker - Other Athlete

42.6 shotsup Mike Tyson other Athlete

45.2 RHR Willie Pep - Other Athlete

50.7 RHR Serena Williams - Other Athlete

53.7 vudu Bobby Jones - Other Athlete

53.5 90sbaby Shaun White - Other Athlete/Olympian

 

Fiction Writer

2.8 Volty Mark Twain - Fiction Writer

7.6 ZeroT Ernest Hemingway - Fiction Writer

9.2 RHR Walt Whitman - Fiction Writer

15.7 vudu John Steinbeck - Fiction Writer

18.4 90sbaby F. Scott Fitzgerald - Fictional Writer

24.6 shotsup Stephen King - Fiction Writer

24.8 Volty Emily Dickinson - Fiction Writer

27.8 5Points Jack London - Fiction Writer

30.5 TBBOM William Faulkner - fiction writer

35.2 RHR Harriet Beacher Stowe - Non-Fiction

41.6 ZeroT Edgar Allen Poe - Fiction Writer

46.7 RHR James Fenimore Cooper - Fiction

51.1 Volty Herman Melville - Author

51.4 TBBOM Stan Lee - Fiction Writer

54.4 90sbaby Dr. Seuss - Fictional Writer

 

Nonfiction Writer

10.7 RHR Benjamin Spock - Non Fiction Writer

20.2 vudu Audie Murphy - Non Fiction Writer

20.3 ZeroT Ralph Waldo Emerson - Non-Fiction Writer

33.1 Volty Henry David Thoreau - Nonfiction Writer

42.8 Volty Walter Lippman - Non-fiction writer

45.6 ZeroT Maya Angelou - Nonfiction Writer

46.8 Volty William F. Buckley Jr. - Nonfiction Writer

48.5 TBBOM Alfred Thayer Mahan- Non Fiction Writer

 

Physics/Astronomy

1.7 vudu Albert Einstein - Physics

3.4 TBBOM J. Robert Oppenheimer - Physics

16.3 ZeroT Carl Sagan - Astronomy

18.8 Volty Edwin Hubble - Astronomy

20.1 5Points William Shockley - Physics

27.2 RHR Neil deGrasse Tyson - Physicist/Astronomy

29.1 Volty Enrico Fermi - Scientist (Physics)

39.6 ZeroT Josiah Willard Gibbs - Physics

42.1 5Points Michio Kaku - Physiscs

52.1 5Points John Bardeen - Physics

 

Other Science

5.1 Volty Jonas Salk - Scientist (Other)

7.2 RHR Gregory Pincus (Science)

14.3 ZeroT Linus Pauling - Other Science

28.8 Volty James Watson Scientist (Other)

42.7 RHR Dian Fossey - Other Science

52.8 Volty Norman Borlaug - Scientist (Other)

 

Social Scientist

10.8 Volty Milton Friedman - Social Scientist

28.3 ZeroT Jane Addams - Social Scientist

30.4 90sbaby Phillip Zimbardo - Social Scientist

43.1 Volty Franz Boas - Social Scientist

56.4 90sbaby Stanley Milgram - Social Scientist

 

Inventor

1.1 Volty Thomas Edison - Inventor

2.1 5Points The Wright Brothers - Inventor

3.5 90sbaby Steve Wozniak - Inventor

4.2 vudu George Eastman - Inventor

5.6 ZeroT Alexander Graham Bell - Inventor

14.7 RHR Eli Whitney - Inventor

20.7 RHR Samuel Morse - Inventor

23.1 Volty Robert Fulton - Inventor

25.4 TBBOM Willis Carrier - inventor

30.6 shotsup Charles Richter inventor

34.6 shotsup Ron Popiel. Inventor

36.8 Volty Cyrus McCormick - Inventor

40.2 vudu Richard Gatling Inventor

41.7 vudu Brad Parkinson and Ivan Getting - Inventors

42.3 ZeroT Edwin Howard Armstrong - Inventor

39.5s 90sbaby Robert Dennard - Inventor

45.8 5Points Hedy Lamarr - Inventor

Designer/Engineer

4.4 90sbaby Nikola Tesla - Engineer

15.1 Volty George Westinghouse - Engineer/Designer

19.2 RHR Frank Lloyd Wright - Designer

25.2 RHR Louis Sullivan - Designer

25.3 shotsup Steve Jobs - Designer Engineer

25.7 vudu Joseph Strauss and Charles Ellis - Designers

26.2 vudu Rudi Gernreich Designer

29.7 vudu Isaiah Rogers Designer

33.4 TBBOM Robert Goddard - Engineer

49.8 5Points Eugene Stoner - Designer/Engineer

 

Thinker/Philosopher

1.8 5Points John Adams - Thinker/Philosopher

2.5 TBBOM James Madison - thinker/philosopher

8.3 ZeroT Thomas Paine - Thinker/Philosopher

9.4 TBBOM Ayn Rand - Thinker/philosopher

32.4 90sbaby Thomas Sowell - Thinker

Businessman

1.5 90sbaby Henry Ford - Businessman

3.2 RHR Walt Disney - Business

3.8 5Points Andrew Carnegie - Businessman

4.3 ZeroT J.P. Morgan - Businessman

7.8 5Points Samuel Colt - Businessman

14.6 shotsup Jeff Bezos - Businessman

15.3 shotsup Keith Rupert Murdoch - Businessman

17.7 vudu Warren Buffet Businessman

18.7 RHR Bill Gates - Businessman

19.4 TBBOM Ray Kroc - Businessman

19.5 90sbaby Levi Strauss - Businessman

20.5 TBBOM Sam Walton - businessman

22.2 vudu Cornelius Vanderbilt - Businessman

25.5 90sbaby Eberhard Anheuser - Businessman

36.1 5Points Hugh Hefner - Businessman

43.3 shotsup Don King. Businessman

43.7 vudu Martin Marty Cooper - Businessman

50.5 TBBOM Mark Zuckerberg - businessman

 

Religious Leader

9.1 Volty Joseph Smith - Religious Leader

9.3 shotsup Brigham Young - Religious Leader

10.4 90sbaby David Koresh - Religious Leader

11.2 RHR L Ron Hubbard - Religious Leader

11.8 5Points William Franklin Graham Jr. - Religious Leader

27.1 Volty Roger Williams - Religious Leader

27.6 ZeroT Jim Jones - Religious Leader

49.4 TBBOM Charles Taze Russell - Reigiious Leader

49.6 ZeroT Elijah Muhammad - Religious Leader

 

Old West

9.5 90sbaby Jesse James - Old West

13.2 RHR Wyatt Earp - Old West

15.8 5Points Wild Bill Hickok - Old West

19.3 shotsup William H Bonney AKA Billy the Kid - Old West

24.1 5Points Alan Pinkerton - Old West

25.6 ZeroT Butch Cassidy - Old West

37.4 TBBOM Doc Holiday - Wild West

45.3 shotsup Seth Bullock. Old West

48.3 ZeroT Buffalo Bill - Old West

 

Pioneer/Settler/Explorer

3.1 Volty Merriweather Lewis and William Clark - Explorer

5.4 TBBOM Neil Armstrong - Explorer

5.8 5Points Daniel Boone - Pioneer

7.3 shotsup Buzz Aldrin - Explorer

7.7 vudu John Smith - Explorer

11.4 TBBOM Davy Crockett - Pioneer

14.8 Volty Alan Shepard - Explorer

17.4 TBBOM Robert Peary - Explorer

21.2 RHR Admiral Richard Byrd - Explorer

31.8 5Points John C. Fremont - Explorer

37.2 RHR Barry Bishop - Explorer

37.6 ZeroT Kit Carson - Pioneer

44.8 Volty Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore - Settler

Educator

8.8 Volty Horace Mann - Educator

21.1 Volty John Dewey - Educator

29.2 RHR William James - Educator

35.5 90sbaby Adam Savage - Educator

39.2 RHR John Harvard - Educator

39.3 shotsup William Sanford "Bill" Nye - Educator

47.2 RHR Booker T Washington - Educator

50.1 5Points William Holmes McGuffey - Educator

 

Colonial Era

13.8 5Points Paul Revere - Colonial Era

14.4 90sbaby John Hancock - Colonial Era

15.4 TBBOM William Penn - Colonial Era

17.6 ZeroT Samuel Adams, Colonial Era

20.6 shotsup Elizabeth Ross. Colonial Era

43.6 ZeroT Myles Standish - Colonial Era

51.8 5Points James Otis Jr. - Colonial Era

 

Reformer

6.7 RHR Jackie Robinson (Reformer)

9.6 ZeroT Susan B Anthony - Reformer

11.1 Volty Frederick Douglass - Reformer

12.1 5Points Margaret Sanger - Reformer

14.2 vudu Branch Rickey - Reformer

28.1 5Points John Muir - Reformer

34.8 Volty Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Reformer

47.1 Volty William Lloyd Garrison - Reformer

 

African American

2.7 RHR Martin Luther King Jr. - African American

3.7 vudu Muhammad Ali - African American

16.1 5Points Bass Reeves - African American

17.2 RHR Harriet Tubman - African American

17.5 90sbaby George Washington Carver - African American

19.6 ZeroT W.E.B. Du Bois - African-American

27.3 shotsup Samuel Battle. African American

35.7 vudu Crispus Attucks - African American

41.4 TBBOM Rosa Parks - African American

48.1 5Points Sammy Davis Jr. - African American

 

Native American

8.2 vudu Sitting Bull - Native American

13.5 90sbaby Sacagawea - Native American

14.1 5Points Geronimo - Native American

15.2 RHR Tisquantam (Squanto) - Native American

17.3 shotsup Pocahontas - Native American

22.3 ZeroT Crazy Horse - Native American

32.5 TBBOM Sequoiah - Native American

37.8 5Points Ira Hayes - Native American

Woman

13.3 shotsup Martha Washington - Woman

32.7 RHR Sally Ride - Woman

33.7 vudu Sybil Ludington - Woman

34.7 RHR Amelia Earhart - Woman

35.6 ZeroT Eleanor Roosevelt - Woman

37.5 90sbaby Jackie Kennedy - Women

38.1 5Points Helen Keller - Woman

39.8 5Points Clara Barton - Woman

40.6 shotsup Barbara Bush. Woman

44.4 90sbaby Betty White - Woman

48.6 shotsup Abigail Adams. Woman

 

Seductress

6.5 TBBOM Marilyn Monroe - Seductress

12.8 Volty Wallis Simpson - Seductress

29.5 90sbaby Audrey Hepburn - Seductress

31.7 vudu Grace Kelly Seductress

32.1 5Points Josephine Baker - Seductress

32.6 shotsup Raquel Welch. Seductress

33.6 ZeroT Mae West - Seductress

35.3 shotsup Jayne Mansfield- seductress

39.1 Volty Jenna Jameson - Seductress

43.4 TBBOM Cindy Crawford - Seductress

47.5 90sbaby Farrah Fawcett - Seductress

50.2 vudu Britney Spears - Seductress

57.1 Volty Pamela Anderson - Seductress

 

Criminal

4.1 5Points Al Capone - Criminal

4.6 shotsup John Gotti Criminal

10.6 shotsup John Wilkes Booth - Criminal

19.7 vudu Benedict Arnold - Criminal

24.2 vudu Lee Harvey Oswald. Criminal

24.4 90sbaby John Waynce Gacy - Criminal

26.3 ZeroT Charles Manson - Criminal

26.5 TBBOM Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow - Criminal

30.1 5Points James "Whitey" Bulger - Criminal

34.4 90sbaby Ed Gein - Criminal

38.7 RHR H.H Holmes - Criminal

43.5 90sbaby D.B. Cooper - Criminal

50.8 Volty John Brown - Criminal

55.7 vudu Orenthal James Simpson - Criminal

56.1 5Points Arnold "The Brain" Rothstein - Criminal

56.3 ZeroT Timothy McVeigh - Criminal

 

Dumbfock/Fail

6.4 90sbaby Barrack Obama - Fail

16.2 vudu Andrew Volstead - Dumbfock

22.1 5Points George McClellan - Fock Up

22.6 shotsup Ambrose Burnside - Dumbfuck Phail

34.2 vudu John Sutter - Dumbfock/Fail

39.4 TBBOM George Armstrong Custer - Dumfock, Fail

51.2 RHR Hillary Clinton - Biggest Fail Of All Time

52.3 ZeroT William Mulholland - Fail

56.6 shotsup Vince McMahon Dumbfock Fail. XFL

 

Court Case

11.6 ZeroT Marbury v Madison - Court Case

13.4 TBBOM Brown v. Board of Education - Court Case

16.4 90sbaby Weeks vs United States - Court Case

16.7 RHR People vs OJ Simpson - Court Case

25.8 5Points Roe v Wade - Court Case

29.3 shotsup Dred Scott v. Sandford, 1857

46.2 vudu The Salem Witch Trials of 1692-3 - Court Case(s)

47.4 TBBOM Scopes Monkey Trial - Court case

51.6 ZeroT Plessy v Ferguson - Court Case

55.8 5Points Miranda v Arizona - Court Case

 

Sports Team

7.1 Volty New York Yankees - Sports Team

8.1 5Points Dallas Cowboys - Sports Team

21.3 shotsup 1980 USA Olympic Hockey Team - Sports Team

23.5 90sbaby 1992 United States men's Olympic Basketball team aka The Dream Team - Sports Team

30.2 vudu Oklahoma Sooners Football - Sports team

30.7 RHR UCLA Bruins Mens Basketball - Sports Team

30.8 Volty Boston Celtics - Sports Team

31.4 TBBOM Alabama Crimson Tide - sports team

32.3 ZeroT Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers - Sports Team

33.8 5Points 1970 Marshall University Thundering Herd Football Team - Sports Team

39.7 vudu The Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football team

49.1 Volty Detroit Red Wings -Sports Team

49.3 shotsup 1979- 1983 New York Islanders. Sports Team

 

Media Company

16.8 Volty The Walt Disney Company - Media Company

44.1 5Points MGM - Media Company

51.3 shotsup DC Comics. Media Company

54.8 Volty NBC - Media Company

55.1 Volty Facebook - Media Company

55.2 RHR Penguin Random House - Media Company

55.4 TBBOM 21st Century Fox - media company

50.4s 90sbaby Alphabet Inc - Media Company

55.3s shotsup Playboy - Media Company

 

Wilcardx2

1.6 ZeroT Benjamin Franklin - Wildcard

2.4 90sbaby John D. Rockefeller - Wildcard

3.3 shotsup Theodore Roosevelt - Wildcard

5.5 90sbaby Donald Trump - Wildcard

17.8 5Points Samuel Wilson a.k.a. Uncle Sam - Wildcard

26.1 5Points Carlos Hathcock - Wildcard

26.8 Volty Madonna - Wildcard

28.6 shotsup Lucille Ball. Wildcard

32.2 vudu Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham, Tom Burnett and Jeremy Glick. Wildcard

33.5 90sbaby Larry Page - Businessman

34.5 TBBOM Charles Lindbergh - Wildcard

36.7 RHR Noah Webster - Wildcard

37.3 shotsup Jack LaLane Wildcard

42.2 vudu Les Paul - Inventor

42.5 TBBOM John Glenn - wildcard

46.5 TBBOM Chuck Yeager - Wild Card

54.6 shotsup FW Woolworth- Wildcard

56.8 Volty Sun Yat Sen - Wildcard

 

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I hesitated for the first 25 or so pages to post that beastie list(post 1245, the second post up from this post) by poster and category because it's so fricking long to scroll down past. Shotsup requested it on every page so now I post those three at the top of each page.

 

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57.6 - Frederick Law Olmstead - Designer

 

Frederick Law Olmsted (April 26, 1822 – August 28, 1903) was an American landscape architect, journalist, social critic, and public administrator. He is popularly considered to be the father of American landscape architecture. Olmsted was famous for co-designing many well-known urban parks with his senior partner Calvert Vaux, including Central Park in New York City.
Other projects that Olmsted was involved in include the country's first and oldest coordinated system of public parks and parkways in Buffalo, New York; the country's oldest state park, the Niagara Reservation in Niagara Falls, New York; one of the first planned communities in the United States, Riverside, Illinois; Mount Royal Park in Montreal, Quebec; the Emerald Necklace in Boston, Massachusetts; Highland Park in Rochester, New York; Thompson Park in Watertown, New York; Belle Isle Park, in the Detroit River for Detroit, Michigan; the Grand Necklace of Parks in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Cherokee Park and entire parks and parkway system in Louisville, Kentucky; the 735-acre (297 ha) Forest Park in Springfield, Massachusetts, featuring America's first public "wading pool"; the George Washington Vanderbilt II Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina; the master plans for the University of California, Berkeley, the University of Maine, and Stanford University near Palo Alto, California, as well as for The Lawrenceville School; and Montebello Park in St. Catharines, Ontario. In Chicago his projects include: Jackson Park; Washington Park; the Midway Plaisance for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition; the south portion of Chicago's "emerald necklace" boulevard ring; and the University of Chicago campus. In Washington, D.C., he worked on the landscape surrounding the United States Capitol building.
The quality of Olmsted's landscape architecture was recognized by his contemporaries, who showered him with prestigious commissions. Daniel Burnham said of him, “He paints with lakes and wooded slopes; with lawns and banks and forest-covered hills; with mountainsides and ocean views.…” His work, especially in Central Park in New York City, set a standard of excellence that continues to influence landscape architecture in the United States. He was an early and important activist in the conservation movement, including work at Niagara Falls; the Adirondack region of upstate New York; and the National Park system; and though little known, played a major role in organizing and providing medical services to the Union Army in the Civil War.

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I hesitated for the first 25 or so pages to post that beastie list(post 1245, the second post up from this post) by poster and category because it's so fricking long to scroll down past. Shotsup requested it on every page so now I post those three at the top of each page.

 

Tell me if you agree or not with that.

It helps but it's little much. I didn't request it but I voted yes when asked.

Up to you

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I hesitated for the first 25 or so pages to post that beastie list(post 1245, the second post up from this post) by poster and category because it's so fricking long to scroll down past. Shotsup requested it on every page so now I post those three at the top of each page.

 

Tell me if you agree or not with that.

That's a lot of work Volty. I don't think you need to do that on every page. I don't mind skipping back a page or two if need be.

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57.7 John Heisman - Football

 

Heisman was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in 1954, a member of the second class of inductees. Heisman was an innovator and "master strategist".He developed one of the first shifts. He was a proponent of the legalization of the forward pass. He had both his guards pull to lead an end run and had his center snap the ball. He invented the hidden ball play, and originated the "hike" or "hep" shouted by the quarterback to start each play. He led the effort to cut the game from halves to quarters. He is credited with the idea of listing downs and yardage on the scoreboard, and of putting his quarterback at safety on defense

 

On December 10, 1936, just two months after Heisman's death on October 3, the Downtown Athletic Club trophy was renamed the Heisman Memorial Trophy, and is now given to the player voted as the season's most outstanding collegiate football player.

 

Coached both football and baseball at Georgia Tech, earning the school a national championship in each sport.

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57.8 John J. Pershing - General

 


General of the Armies John Joseph "Black Jack" Pershing (September 13, 1860 – July 15, 1948) was a senior United States Army officer. His most famous post was when he served as the commander of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) on the Western Front in World War I, 1917–18.

Pershing rejected British and French demands that American forces be integrated with their armies, and insisted that the AEF would operate as a single unit under his command, although some American divisions fought under British command, and he also allowed all-black units to be integrated with the French army.

American forces first saw serious battle at Cantigny, Chateau-Thierry, Belleau Wood, and Soissons. To speed up the arrival of the doughboys, they embarked for France leaving the heavy equipment behind, and used British and French tanks, artillery, airplanes and other munitions. In September 1918 at St. Mihiel, the First Army was directly under Pershing's command; it overwhelmed the salient – the encroachment into Allied territory – that the German Army had held for three years. For the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, Pershing shifted roughly 600,000 American soldiers to the heavily defended forests of the Argonne, keeping his divisions engaged in hard fighting for 47 days, alongside the French. The Allied Hundred Days Offensive, which the Argonne fighting was part of, contributed to Germany calling for an armistice. Pershing was of the opinion that the war should continue and that all of Germany should be occupied in an effort to permanently destroy German militarism.

Pershing is the only American to be promoted in his own lifetime to General of the Armies rank, the highest possible rank in the United States Army.[Notes 1] Allowed to select his own insignia, Pershing chose to use four gold stars to distinguish himself from those officers who held the rank of General, which was signified with four silver stars.[3] After the creation of the five-star General of the Army rank during World War II, his rank of General of the Armies could unofficially be considered that of a six-star general, but he died before the proposed insignia could be considered and acted on by Congress.

 

 

58.1 Milton Bradley - Wildcard

 


 

Milton Bradley (November 8, 1836 – May 30, 1911) was an American business magnate, game pioneer and publisher, credited by many with launching the board game industry, with the Milton Bradley Company. Bradley's ventures into the production of board games began with a large failure in his lithograph business. When he printed and sold an image of the little-known Republican presidential nominee Abraham Lincoln, Bradley initially met with great success.[3] But a customer demanded his money back because the picture was not an accurate representation—Lincoln had decided to grow his distinctive beard after Bradley's print was published. Suddenly, the prints were worthless, and Bradley burned those remaining in his possession.[4] Looking for a lucrative alternate project, Bradley found inspiration from an imported board game a friend gave him, concluding that he could produce and market a similar game to American consumers. In the winter of 1860, Bradley released The Checkered Game of Life. The game proved an instant success. Bradley personally sold his first run of several hundred copies in a two-day visit to New York; by 1861, consumers had bought more than 45,000 copies. The Checkered Game of Life followed a structure similar to its American and British predecessors, with players spinning a teetotumto advance to squares representing social virtues and vices, such as "influence" or "poverty", with the former earning a player points and the latter retarding his progress. But even the most seemingly secure positions, like "Fat Office", held dangers – "Prison", "Ruin", and "Suicide".[5] The first player to accumulate 100 points won the game.... Through the 20th century the company he founded in 1860, Milton Bradley Company, dominated the production of American games, including The Game of Life, Easy Money, Candy Land, Operation, and Battleship.

 

 

 

 

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That's a lot of work Volty. I don't think you need to do that on every page. I don't mind skipping back a page or two if need be.

The work gets done anyway. And cutting and pasting is easy. That's not the issues. The only problem is the scrolling and the slowness in getting the page to load. I worry it annoys you guys.

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57.4 - William Westmoreland - Fail

 

I wanted someone to represent what is, to my mind, Americas greatest foreign policy failure, the Vietnam war.

 

Westmoreland was largely the general in charge, but it isnt really fair to put the blame totally on him. A series of presidents (Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, etc) are responsible for the decision. A number of American foreign policy experts have a hand to play as well.

 

The entire war was a fiasco. We never should have been there. Out South Korean ally was never up to the task of winning. We bombed other countries in Laos and Cambodia, greatly destabilizing the region and assisting the Khmer Rouge taking over power in the latter, where millions were killed and we did nothing.

 

Easily the worst foreign policy Fock up in US history. I select Westmoreland as the poster boy.

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6 hours, going ahead with my pick before bed.

 

58.3 - William Randolph Hearst - Businessman

 

William Randolph Hearst Sr. (April 29, 1863 – August 14, 1951) was an American businessman, politician, and newspaper publisher who built the nation's largest newspaper chain and media company Hearst Communications and whose flamboyant methods of yellow journalism influenced the nation's popular media by emphasizing sensationalism and human interest stories. Hearst entered the publishing business in 1887 after being given control of The San Francisco Examiner by his wealthy father. Moving to New York City, he acquired The New York Journal and fought a bitter circulation war with Joseph Pulitzer's New York World that sold papers by giant headlines over lurid stories featuring crime, corruption, graphics, sex, and innuendo. Acquiring more newspapers, Hearst created a chain that numbered nearly thirty papers in major American cities at its peak. He later expanded to magazines, creating the largest newspaper and magazine business in the world.
He was twice elected as a Democrat to the U.S. House of Representatives, and ran unsuccessfully for President of the United States in 1904, Mayor of New York City in 1905 and 1909 and for Governor of New York in 1906. Politically he espoused the left wing of the Progressive Movement, speaking on behalf of the working class. He controlled the editorial positions and coverage of political news in all his papers and magazines and thereby broadcast his personal views. He sensationalized Spanish atrocities in Cuba and called for war in 1898 against Spain. After 1918, he called for an isolationist foreign policy to avoid any more entanglement in what he regarded as corrupt European affairs. He was at once a militant nationalist, a fierce anti-communist, and deeply suspicious of the League of Nations and of the British, French, Japanese, and Russians.[3] He was a leading supporter of Franklin Roosevelt in 1932–34, but then broke with FDR and became his most prominent enemy on the right. His peak circulation reached 20 million readers a day in the mid-1930s, but he was a bad money manager and was so deeply in debt that most of his assets had to be liquidated in the late 1930s; he managed to keep his newspapers and magazines.
His life story was the main inspiration for Charles Foster Kane, the lead character in Orson Welles's film Citizen Kane.[4] His famous mansion, Hearst Castle, on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean near San Simeon, is now a State Historical Monument and a National Historic Landmark.

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58.2 Red Auerbach - Basketball.

 

9 NBA champisonships in 10 yrs as coach of the Celtics.

 

Another 7 titles as GM and President of the team.

 

That geeks, is dominating.

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55.5 - Jerry Springer - TV Personality

 

 

 

 

58.5 - Jimmi Hendrix - African American

Excuse me while I kiss this guy.

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I think we are skippering Shots for now?

 

58.07 Sid Gilman - Football

 

if you don't know the name you should, hes my homer pick, but he is probably the most influential coach that change the game of all-time. His coaching tree is insane

 

Sidney Gillman (October 26, 1911 – January 3, 2003) was an American football player, coach and executive. Gillman's insistence on stretching the football field by throwing deep downfield passes, instead of short passes to running backs or wide receivers at the sides of the line of scrimmage, was instrumental in making football into the modern game that it is today.

 

here is his coaching tree

 

https://imgur.com/RCyq4OX

 

25 Super Bowl rings

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We should have had a 'Coach' category too.

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58.8 Julius and Ethel Rosenberg- Criminals

 

Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were United States citizens who spied for the Soviet Union and were tried, convicted, and executed by the United States government. They provided top-secret information about radar, sonar, and jet propulsion engines to the USSR and were accused of transmitting nuclear weapon designs to the Soviet Union; at that time the United States was the only country with nuclear weapons.[1][2][3]

For decades, the Rosenbergs' sons Michael and Robert Meeropol and many other defenders maintained that Julius and Ethel were innocent of spying on their country and victims of Cold War paranoia. After the fall of the Soviet Union, much information concerning them was declassified, including a trove of decoded Soviet cables, code-named VENONA, which detailed Julius's role as a courier and recruiter for the Soviets and Ethel's role as an accessory. Their sons' current position is that Julius was legally guilty of the conspiracy charge, though not of atomic spying, while Ethel was only generally aware of his activities. The children say that their father did not deserve the death penalty and that their mother was wrongly convicted. They continue to campaign for Ethel to be posthumously and legally exonerated.[6]

In 2014, five historians who had published on the Rosenberg case wrote that Soviet documents show that Ethel Rosenberg "hid money and espionage paraphernalia for Julius, served as an intermediary for communications with his Soviet intelligence contacts, provided her personal evaluation of individuals Julius considered recruiting, and was present at meetings with his sources." They also demonstrate that Julius reported to the KGB that Ethel persuaded Ruth Greenglass to travel to New Mexico to recruit David as a spy.[3]

There is a consensus among historians that Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were guilty, but their trial was marred by clear judicial and legal improprieties and they should not have been executed.[1][7] Distilling this consensus, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz wrote that the Rosenbergs were "guilty – and framed."[8][9]

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We should have had a 'Coach' category too.

 

yah I think so, cause at first I was only thinking players, then I was thinking game changers, then I was like well crap I have too many

 

I already have Lebron, Kobe, Wilt, and now I want another pick who I will toss in the WC

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Well everybody knows this guy...

 

59.1 James Buchanan - Fail

 

]Historians fault him for his failure to address the issue of slavery and the secession of the southern states, bringing the nation to the brink of civil war. His inability to address the sharply divided pro-slavery and anti-slavery partisans with a unifying principle on the brink of the Civil War has led to his consistent ranking by historians as one of the worst presidents in American history. Historians who participated in a 2006 survey voted his failure to deal with secession as the worst presidential mistake ever made.[5]

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Okay, guess I'll get it started again.

 

59.6 - Clarence Darrow - Wildcard

 

Clarence Seward Darrow (April 18, 1857 – March 13, 1938) was an American lawyer, a leading member of the American Civil Liberties Union, and a prominent advocate for Georgist economic reform. He defended high-profile clients in many famous trials of the early 20th century, including teenage thrill killers Leopold and Loeb for murdering 14-year-old Robert "Bobby" Franks (1924); teacher John T. Scopes in the Scopes "Monkey" Trial (1925), in which he opposed statesman and orator William Jennings Bryan; and Ossian Sweet in a racially charged self-defense case (1926). Called a "sophisticated country lawyer", Darrow's wit and eloquence made him one of the most prominent attorneys and civil libertarians in the nation.

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Hey guys I'm going to be in and out all day today. So feel free to skip me if you have to wait more than a couple of hours for me to make my picks.

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59.7 Deion Sanders - Other Athlete

 

9 part time seasons in the major leagues hitting .263 for his career. Hit a career high .304 in 92. Simultaneously played in the NFL.

 

14 seasons in the NFL, 53 picks, 9 ret for TD, 9 punt/kick return TDs, 1 fumble ret for TD and 3 TD receptions on offense. Repeat champs with both the 9ers and the Cowboys.

 

The only man ever to play in both the Super Bowl and the World Series, and the only man ever to hit a home run and score a touchdown in pro sports in the same week.

 

Others have played more than one sport, but none actually produced better results than Neon Deion.

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Hey guys I'm going to be in and out all day today. So feel free to skip me if you have to wait more than a couple of hours for me to make my picks.

 

Vudu, if 5 Points doesn't pick shortly you can go ahead with your next one since he wasn't sure when he would be available.

Yeah he said "more than a couple of hours" and it's been that easily at this point.

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Let me know if these are moon landings

 

59.8 John Havlicek - Basketball

 


ohn Joseph "Hondo" Havlicek (/ˈhævlɪɛk/ HAV-li-chek; born April 8, 1940) is an American retired professional basketball player who competed for 16 seasons with the Boston Celtics, winning eight NBA championships, four of them coming in his first four seasons.

In the National Basketball Association, only teammatesXXXXXXXX and XXXXXX won more championships during their playing careers, and Havlicek is one of three NBA players with an unsurpassed 8–0 record in NBA Finals series outcomes.[1]Havlicek is widely considered to be one of the greatest players in the history of the game and was inducted as a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1984. He was a three-sport athlete at Bridgeport High School in Bridgeport, Ohio.

 

 

 

 

60.1 Pete Rose - Baseball

 

Peter Edward Rose Sr. (born April 14, 1941), also known by his nickname "Charlie Hustle", is an American former professional baseball player and manager. Rose played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1963 to 1986, and managed from 1984 to 1989.

Rose was a switch hitter and is the all-time MLB leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), at-bats (14,053), singles (3,215), and outs (10,328).[1] He won three World Series rings, three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves, and the Rookie of the Year Award, and also made 17 All-Star appearances at an unequaled five positions (second baseman, left fielder, right fielder, third baseman, and first baseman). Rose won both of his Gold Gloves when he was an outfielder, in 1969 and 1970.

 

 

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60.2 Michael Jackson - Singer.

 

All the weirdness and alleged kid touching aside, he will always be known as The King of Pop.

 

Long long gone...like round five I think.

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