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101.4 - Robert LaFollete - Congress

 

Although he was a Republican, LaFollette pioneered many then-revolutionary ideas for a progressive government that served the people rather than big business. As governor of Wisconsin from 1900-1906, he introduced primary elections, got a civil service law passed to replace the patronage system, regulated the all-powerful railroads, supported a minimum wage, and taxed corporations. After his election to the Senate in Nov. 1906, he worked hard to implement many of these same ideas on a national scale, as well as fighting for women's suffrage, racial equality, child labor laws, civil liberties, and breaking up industrial monopolies. His one blind spot was foreign affairs. He strenuously opposed the U.S. entering WWI and voted against the declaration of war, which got him labeled as a tool of the enemy. Theodore Roosevelt said he was "a skunk who should be hanged." When the war was over, he opposed the Treaty of Versailles. In 1924, he ran for President on the Progressive ticket and got 17% of the popular vote.

 

102.4 - Robert Wagner - Congress

 

His most important legislative achievement was the 1935 Wagner Act, which prohibited many common, but unfair labor practices, protected the rights of workers to join labor unions and to strike. Employers were enraged and ignored the law. In a celebrated case, Jones & Laughlin, then the nation's largest steelmaker, fired workers who joined a union. The fired workers sued the company, and the case made it to the Supreme Court, which ruled that the Wagner Act was constitutional and that such firings violated it. When the Republicans gained control of the Senate in 1946, one of the first things they did was pass the Taft-Hartley Act, which weakened many of the provisions of the Wagner Act. Wagner's other claim to fame was, together with Sen. Edward Costigan (D-CO), drafting the Costigan-Wagner bill. Had this bill been enacted, it would have made the lynching of southern blacks by mobs a crime and would also have penalized sheriffs who failed to pursue the perpetrators. The bill was violently opposed by southern senators such as Ellison D. Smith (D-SC) who said that lynching was necessary "to protect the sanctity of our womanhood" and never passed the Senate.

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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 Oprah Winfrey - woman

59.5 90sbaby Justin Bieber - Seductress

59.6 ZeroT Clarence Darrow - Wildcard

59.7 vudu Deion Sanders - Other Athlete

59.8 5Points John Havlicek - Basketball

60.1 5Points Pete Rose - Baseball

60.2 vudu LBJ - President

60.3 ZeroT Werhner von Braun - Engineer

60.4 90sbaby Phil Mike Olin - Engineer

60.5 TBBOM Lance Armstrong - Other Athlete

60.6 shotsup Lou Reed Songwriter Composer

60.7 RHR Jeffrey Dahmer - criminal

60.8 Volty Donald Rumsfeld - Dumbfock/Fail

61.1 Volty Anwar al-Awlaki - Criminal

61.2 RHR Connie Mack - Baseball

61.3 shotsup Frank Capra. Director

61.4 TBBOM John James Audubon - Visual Artist

61.5 90sbaby Chief Wahoo - Native American

61.6 ZeroT Soujourner Truth - Reformer

61.7 vudu Chuck Berry - Singer

61.8 5Points Bing Crosby - Singer

62.1 5Points Maxine Waters - Dumbfock

62.2 vudu John Irving - Fiction Writer

62.3 ZeroT Warner Bros. - Media Company

62.4 90sbaby Scott Norwood - Football

62.5 TBBOM Terry Bollea aka Hulk Hogan - performing artist

62.6 shotsup Tom Clancy Fiction Writer

62.7 RHR Banksy - Visual Artist

62.8 Volty Coleman A. Young - Fail

63.1 Volty Richard Feynman - Physics

63.2 RHR Dred Scott - Reformer

63.3 shotsup John Rawls Thinker Philosopher

63.4 TBBOM Barry Sanders - Football

63.5 90sbaby Dr. Evil - Thinker

63.6 ZeroT Jonathan Edwards - Thinker/Philosopher

63.7 vudu The Wall St Journal - Media Company

63.8 5Points Alfred Kinsey - Social Scientist

==== Half Done ====

64.1 5Points B.F. Skinner - Social Scientist

64.2 vudu The New York Times. - Media Company

64.3 ZeroT John Forbes Nash Jr. - Social Scientist

64.4 90sbaby Alana 'Honey Boo Boo' Thompson - Other Performer

64.5 TBBOM Joe Frazier - other athlete

64.6 shotsup Eli Manning Football

64.7 RHR James "Killer" Miller - Old West

64.8 Volty John von Neumann - Thinker/Philosopher

65.1 Volty Charles Sanders Pierce - Thinker/Philosopher

65.2 RHR Will Rodgers - Native American

65.3 shotsup Fiorello La Guardia - Congressman

65.4 TBBOM Lynyrd Skynyrd - Band

65.5 90sbaby Gomez Addams - Businessman

65.6 ZeroT Carl Lewis - Fail Other Athlete

65.7 vudu Lorne Michaels - TV/Radio

65.8 5Points Henry Kissinger - Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

66.1 5Points Henry Barnard - Educator

66.2 vudu Willie Nelson - Singer

66.3 ZeroT Tecumseh - Native American

66.4 90sbaby Trump vs Maher - Court Case

66.5 TBBOM Buckminster Fuller - designer

66.6 shotsup Jimmy the Greek Snyder. Wildcard

66.7 RHR Jack Nicholson - Actor

66.8 Volty Charles Grandison Finney - Religious Leader

67.1 Volty George H Gallup - Social Scientist

67.2 RHR Larry Flynt Publications - Media Company

67.3 shotsup Don Imus. Radio Personality

67.4 TBBOM Nathan Bedford Forrest - Wild Card

67.5 90sbaby Melissa Click - Educator

67.6 ZeroT Bill Russell - Basketball

67.7 vudu Jonathan Stickland - Congressman

67.8 5Points Samuel Francis Smith - Religious Leader

68.1 5Points Billie Holiday - African American

68.2 vudu Billy Joel - Songwriter

68.3 ZeroT Green Bay Packers - Sports Team

68.4 90sbaby Tina Pourani - Educator

68.5 TBBOM Leland Stanford - Educator

68.6 shotsup Ed Koch - Congressman

68.7 RHR Christie Brinkley - Seductress

68.8 Volty Ludwig von Mises - Thinker

69.1 Volty Edward Thorndike - Educator

69.2 RHR Rita Hayworth - Seductress

69.3 shotsup Bill Watterson Visual Artist

69.4 TBBOM Bugsy Siegel - Criminal

69.5 90sbaby Rudy Eugene - Thinker

69.6 ZeroT Reggie White - Football

69.7 vudu Friedrich Wilhelm von Stueben - General

69.8 5Points Josiah Royce - Thinker/Philosopher

70.1 5Points Benny Goodman - Band

70.2 vudu Dale Carnegie - Non Fiction Writer

70.3 ZeroT John Marshall Harlan - SCOTUS

70.4 90sbaby SUXBNME - Engineer

70.5 TBBOM US v. Schooner Amistad - court case

70.6 shotsup Alonzo Chappel -Visual Artist

70.7 RHR Tom Hanks - Actor

70.8 Volty Thomas Eakins - Visual Artist

71.1 Volty Thomas Cole - Visual Artist

71.2 RHR Gary Larson - Visual Artist

71.3 shotsup Charles Goodyear - Engineer

71.4 TBBOM Harper Lee - Fiction Writer

71.5 90sbaby Jane Fonda - Social Scientist

71.6 ZeroT Homer Winslow - Visual Artist

71.7 vudu Bob Givens Visual Artist

71.8 5Points Don Rickles - Other Performing Artist

72.1 5Points Jaime Escalante - Educator

72.2 vudu Bryan vs. Itasca County - Court Case

72.3 ZeroT Stephen Jay Gould - Other Science

72.4 90sbaby Scott Baio - Actor

72.5 TBBOM Emmanuel Gottlieb Leutze - Visual Artist

72.6 shotsup Joe Mullen - Hockey (born NYC)

72.7 RHR William Henry Harrison - Congressman

72.8 Volty Jefferson Davis - Wildcard

73.1 Volty Caesar Chavez - Wildcard

73.2 RHR Howard Cosell - Radio/TV personality

73.3 shotsup Patrick Ewing - Basketball

73.4 TBBOM Edward Teller - Physics

73.5 90sbaby Red Green - Inventor

73.6 ZeroT Kennesaw Mountain Landis - Reformer

73.7 vudu Cher - Native American

74.8 5Points Reno v. Flores - Curt Case

74.1 5Points Grover Cleveland - President

74.2 vudu John Winthrop Religious Leader

74.3 ZeroT Nat Turner - African American

74.4 90sbaby Bernie Madoff - Businessman

74.5 TBBOM George Pullman - designer-engineer

74.6 shotsup Cris Angel - other performing Artist (born Long Island)

74.7 RHR James A. Garfield - President

74.8 Volty Sam Houston - Wildcard

75.1 Volty Stephen F. Austin - Settler

75.2 RHR Ella Fitzgerald - Black

75.3 shotsup New York Football Giants- sports team

75.4 TBBOM Calamity Jane - Wild West

75.5 90sbaby RuPaul - Woman

75.6 ZeroT James Bowie - Settler

75.7 vudu John Wesley Hardin - Old West

75.8 5Points Bettie Page - Seductress

76.1 5Points Neil Diamond - Composer/Songwriter

76.2 vudu John Rolfe - Colonial

76.3 ZeroT Charles Lindbergh Jr kidnapping and murder trial - Court Case

76.4 90sbaby Stephanie Wilkinson (Red Hen restaurant) - Businesswoman

76.5 TBBOM Peter Stuyvesant - Colonial figure

76.6 shotsup Billie Jean King. Other Athlete

76.7 RHR Prairie View A&M - Sports Team

76.8 Volty Malcom X - Wildcard

77.1 Volty George Soros - Wildcard

77.2 RHR Marshall Mather - Songwriter

77.3 shotsup Jennifer Lopez. Seductress

77.4 TBBOM Roger Maris - Baseball

77.5 90sbaby Luis Bracamontes - Settler

77.6 ZeroT Anne Sullivan - Educator

77.7 vudu Rita Moreno - Other performing artist

77.8 5Points Washington Irving - Fiction Writer

78.1 5Points Compound Media - Media Company

78.2 vudu Laura Ingalls Wilder - Pioneer

78.3 ZeroT Elizabeth Taylor - Seductress

78.4 90sbaby Mr. Noodle - Fail

78.5 TBBOM New England Patriots - Sports Team

78.6 shotsup David "Son of Sam" Berkowitz. Criminal

78.7 RHR James Cameron - Director

78.8 Volty George R.R. Martin - Fiction Writer

79.1 Volty Nancy Pelosi - Woman

79.2 RHR Isaac Asimov - Astronomy/Physics

79.3 shotsup TMZ - Media Company

79.4 TBBOM Babe Didrikson Zaharias- Woman

79.5 90sbaby Mr. Noodle's Brother Mr. Noodle - Fail

79.6 ZeroT Kurt Gödel - Thinker

79.7 vudu J.D. Salinger - Fiction Writer

79.8 5Points Charles Sumner - Congressman

80.1 5Points Preston Brooks - Congressman

80.2 vudu Reverend Robert Hunt - Religious Leader

80.3 ZeroT Stanley Kubrick - Director

80.4 90sbaby Tubgirl - Visual Artist

80.5 TBBOM Frances Willard - Reformer

80.6 shotsup Tom Petty Songwriter

80.7 RHR Metallica - Band

80.8 Volty Marcel Duchamp - Visual Artist

81.1 Volty Rush Limbaugh - Radio Personality

81.2 RHR Francis G. Newlands - Congressman

81.3 shotsup Chief Pontiac Native American

81.4 TBBOM Brian Leetch - Hockey

81.5 90sbaby Lawrence Phillips - Football

81.6 ZeroT James Abbot McNeill Whistler - Visual Artist

81.7 vudu Chicago Bulls - Sports Team

81.8 5Points Peter Popoff - Religious Leader

82.1 5Points America - Band

82.2 vudu Martin Van Buren - Dumbfock

82.3 ZeroT Knute Rockne - Football

82.4 90sbaby Wiffleball - Social Scientist

82.5 TBBOM Keith Tkachuk - Hockey

82.6 shotsup Cochise - Native American

82.7 RHR Shirley Temple - Woman

82.8 Volty Jay Leno - TV Personality

83.1 Volty Jon Stewart - TV Personality

83.2 RHR Jeremy Roenick - Hockey

83.3 shotsup Furman VS Georgia- Court Case

83.4 TBBOM Warren Burger - SCOTUS

83.5 90sbaby Hamburglar - Criminal

83.6 ZeroT William McKinley - President

83.7 vudu Joseph Story - SCOTUS

84.8 5Points Deacon Jones - Football

84.1 5Points John Stith Pemberton - Other Science

84.2 vudu Clarence Thomas - SCOTUS

84.3 ZeroT Terry Sawchuk - Hockey

84.4 90sbaby Dennis Rodman - Government Adviser

84.5 TBBOM Shoeless Joe Jackson - Baseball

84.6 shotsup John Rutledge SCOTUS Justice

84.7 RHR Charles Adams - Hockey

84.8 Volty Deganawida (The Great Peacemaker) - Native American

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85.1 Volty Black Hawk - Native American

85.2 RHR Liberace - Composer

85.3 shotsup Rick Warren - Religious Leader

85.4 TBBOM Red Cloud - Native American

85.5 90sbaby Rachel Dolezol - African American

85.6 ZeroT Osceola - Native American

85.7 vudu Robert Nozick - Philosopher

85.8 5Points Ken Burns - Visual Artist

86.1 5Points Donner Party - Pioneer/Settler

86.2 vudu Melvil Dewey - Educator

86.3 ZeroT Smokey Robinson - Songwriter

86.4 90sbaby Jimmy McMillan - Reformer

86.5 TBBOM D!ck Butkus - football

86.6 shotsup Louis Farrakhan - African American

86.7 RHR Wayne Newton - Other Performing Artist

86.8 Volty Robert De Niro - Actor

87.1 Volty Jimmy Stewart - Actor

87.2 RHR Joel Osteen - Religious Leader

87.3 shotsup People VS Bernie Goetz - court case

87.4 TBBOM Lizzie Borden - Criminal

87.5 90sbaby George Zimmerman - Reformer

87.6 ZeroT Ted Kaczynski - Criminal

87.7 vudu Susan La Flesche Picotte - Reformer

87.8 5Points Walter Reed - Scientist/Other

88.1 5Points Ronnie Lott - Football

88.2 vudu Lucille Ball - Other Performing Artist

88.3 ZeroT Louisa May Alcott - Woman

88.4 90sbaby Dora the Explorer - Explorer

88.5 TBBOM Twitter - Media Company

88.6 shotsup Joseph Simmons aka Reverened Run - African American

88.7 RHR Red Sash Gang - Old West

88.8 Volty Francis Ford Coppola - Director

89.1 Volty George Washington Goethals - Engineer

89.2 RHR Mike Trout - Wildcard

89.3 shotsup Al Sharpton - African American

89.4 TBBOM 1985 Chicago Bears

89.5 90sbaby Manica Patrick - Athlete (Other)

89.6 ZeroT Walter Johnson - Baseball

89.7 vudu Carol Burnett - Other performer

89.8 5Points Herbert Hoover - President

90.1 5Points Thomas Hunt Morgan - Scientist/Other

90.2 vudu George Meade - General (1815-1872)

90.3 ZeroT Charles Dow - Social Scientist

90.4 90sbaby MC Poopy Pants - Singer

90.5 TBBOM Benjamin Banneker - African American

90.6 shotsup Stephen Harriman Long - Pioneer/Explorer

90.7 RHR Oral Roberts - Religious Leader

90.8 Volty John Winthrop - Colonial Era

91.1 Volty Thomas Hooker - Colonial Era

91.2 RHR Steve Wynn - Businessman

91.3 shotsup Christa McAuliffe - Explorer

91.4 TBBOM Louis Agassiz - other scientist

91.5 90sbaby Carrot Top - Performing Artist (Other)

91.6 ZeroT Mary Tyler Moore - TV Personality

91.7 vudu Nathan Handwerker - African American

91.8 5Points Muggsy Bogues - Basketball

92.1 5Points Honus Wagner - Baseball

92.2 vudu Gabriel Archer - Pioneer

92.3 ZeroT RKO Pictures - Media Company

92.4 90sbaby Sam Kinneson - Radio Personality

92.5 TBBOM Lester Wire - inventor

92.6 shotsup Peter Cooper - Invemtor

92.7 RHR Roberto Clemente - AA

92.8 Volty Jesse Jackson - African American

93.1 Volty Cornel West - African American
94.1 Volty Robert F. Kennedy - Wildcard

93.2 RHR George Mason - Congressman/Govt Admin

94.2 RHR John Mason - Settler

93.3 shotsup Robert Anderson Van Wyck - Congressman

94.3 shotsup Nelson Rockefeller- Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrat

93.4 TBBOM Pat Garrett - Wild West

94.4 TBBOM Mary Bowser - Woman

93.5 90sbaby Fred Phelps - Religious Leader

94.5 90sbaby He Hate Me - Football

93.6 ZeroT T.S. Eliot - Fiction Writer

94.6 ZeroT Raymond Spruance - Admiral

93.7 vudu James Pierpont - Educator

94.7 vudu Dr. David Silvers - Educator

93.8 5Points William Levitt - Designer/Engineer

94.8 5Points Elisha Otis - Inventor

95.1 5Points Stu Grimson - Hockey

96.1 5Points Randy Couture - Athlete/Other

95.2 vudu Chris Kyle - Wild Card

96.2 vudu Matt Bisonette and Rob ONeill - wild card

95.3 ZeroT Jim Henson - Wildcard

96.3 ZeroT John Coltrane - Other Performing Artist

95.4 90sbaby Pee Wee Herman - TV Personality

96.4 90sbaby Bobcat Goldthwaite - Actor

95.5 TBBOM Hannah Arendt - philosopher

96.5 TBBOM Alvin C. York - Wild Card

95.6 shotsup Edwin H Land - Scientist

96.6 shostup Chester Floyd Carlson - physicist

95.7s RHR Ben Shapiro - Thinker

96.7 RHR Joshua Abraham Norton - Fail

95.8 Volty Bill Clinton - President

96.8 Volty George H.W. Bush - President

97.1 Volty Merle Haggard - Singer

98.1 Volty The Notorious B.I.G. - Singer

97.2 RHR John Vanbiesbrouck - Hockey

98.2 RHR Larry Elder - Thinker

97.3 shotsup Chuck Jones _ Wildcard. (Animator)

98.3 shotsup Gil Hodges - Wildcard

97.4 TBBOM Elie Wiesel - nonfiction

98.4 TBBOM Siegfried & Roy - other performing artist

97.5 90sbaby Spongebob Squarepants - Undersea Pineapple Settler

98.5 90sbaby Batman - Inventor

97.6 ZeroT Robert Taft - Congressman

98.6 ZeroT Amos Bronson Alcott - Educator

97.7 vudu Marvin Neil Simon - Wild Card

98.7 vudu Ike and Billy Clanton - Old West

97.8 5Points Louis L'Amour - Writer/Fiction

98.8 5Points Upton Sinclair - Writer/Nonfiction

99.1 5Points Stephen E. Ambrose - Writer/Nonfiction

100.1 5Points Hunter S. Thompson Writer/Nonfiction

99.2 vudu Gypsy Rose Lee - Seductress

100.2 vudu Jeanette Rankin - Woman

99.3 ZeroT Hugo Black - SCOTUS

100.3 ZeroT Electronic Arts - Media Company

99.4 90sbaby Colonel Klink - Government Administrator

100.4 90sbaby Fred Sanford - Businessman

99.5 TBBOM Zbigniew Brzezinski- Advisor

100.5 TBBOM Rick Dees - radio personality

99.6 shotsup Bob Moses - Thinker/Philosopher

100.6 shostup Robert Moses - Designer/Engineer

99.7 RHR Dennis Prager - Thinker

100.7 RHR Joe Rogan - Wildcard

99.8 Volty Martha Stewart - Designer

100.8 Volty William H. Taft - President

101.1 Volty Popé - Native American
102.1 Volty Ray Charles - Singer

101.2 RHR Truman Capote - Non-Fiction Writer

102.2 RHR Ray Tomlinson - Inventor

101.3 shotsup Dave Debusschere - Basketball

102.3 shotsup J. E B Stuart - General

101.4 TBBOM Robert Wagner - Congress

102.4 TBBOM Al Gore jr. - Congress

101.5 90sbaby Cliff Clavin - Thinker/Philosopher

102.5 90sbaby NewbieJr - Athlete (Other)

101.6 ZeroT Mickey Mantle - Baseball

102.6 ZeroT Pete Maravich - Basketball

101.7 vudu Grace Hopper - Other scientist

102.7 vudu Edward Cope - Other scientist

101.8 5Points William Rehnquist - SCOTUS

102.8 5Points George Fitzhugh - Social Scientist

103.1 5Points Lewis H. Morgan Philosopher/Thinker

104.1 5Points Bruce Jenner - Athlete/Other

103.2 vudu Caesar Rodney - Congressman

104.2 vudu Henry Fonda - Actor

103.3 ZeroT Howard Hughes - Wildcard

104.3 ZeroT Bette Davis - Woman

103.4 90sbaby Morganna the Kissing Bandit - Entertainer (Other)

104.4 90sbaby The California Coalition of Undressed Performers et al v. Spearmint Rhino et al.

103.5 TBBOM Time magazine - media company

104.5 TBBOM John DeLorean - Fail

103.6 shotsup Ray Bradbury -Fiction Writer

104.6 shostup Bill O'Rielly - Non Fiction Writer

103.7 RHR Lionsgate - Media Company

104.7 RHR Sonny Sixkiller - Indian

103.8 Volty Charles Evans Hughes - SCOTUS

104.8 Volty McCulloch v Maryland (1819) - Court Case

105.1 Volty Obergefell v Hodges (2015) - Court Case
106.1 Volty Gideon v Wainwright (1963) - Court Case

105.2 RHR Nathaniel Bacon - Colonial Era

106.2 RHR James Oglethorpe - Colonial Era

105.3 shotsup Thomas Hutchinson - Colonial Era

106.3 shotsup Bobby Heenan - Thinker

105.4 TBBOM Neal Broten - Hockey

106.4 TBBOM Shaquille ONeal - Basketball

105.5 90sbaby Michael Brown - Criminal

106.5 90sbaby Kim Kardashian - Government Adviser

105.6 ZeroT Joseph Henry - Physics

106.6 ZeroT Rachel Carson - Nonfiction Writer

105.7 vudu Jimmy Hoffa - Reformer

106.7 vudu Boston News-Letter - Media Company

105.8 5Points

106.8 5Points

107.1 5Points

108.1 5Points

107.2 vudu

108.2 vudu

107.3 ZeroT

108.3 ZeroT

107.4 90sbaby

108.4 90sbaby

107.5 TBBOM

108.5 TBBOM

107.6 shotsup

108.6 shostup

107.7 RHR

108.7 RHR

107.8 Volty

108.8 Volty

109.1 Volty
110.1 Volty

109.2 RHR

110.2 RHR

109.3 shotsup

110.3 shotsup

109.4 TBBOM

110.4 TBBOM

109.5 90sbaby

110.5 90sbaby

109.6 ZeroT

110.6 ZeroT

109.7 vudu

110.7 vudu

109.8 5Points

110.8 5Points

111.1 5Points

112.1 5Points

111.2 vudu

112.2 vudu

111.3 ZeroT

112.3 ZeroT

111.4 90sbaby

112.4 90sbaby

111.5 TBBOM

112.5 TBBOM

111.6 shotsup

112.6 shostup

111.7 RHR

112.7 RHR

111.8 Volty

112.8 Volty

113.1 Volty
114.1 Volty

113.2 RHR

114.2 RHR

113.3 shotsup

114.3 shotsup

113.4 TBBOM

114.4 TBBOM

113.5 90sbaby

114.5 90sbaby

113.6 ZeroT

114.6 ZeroT

113.7 vudu

114.7 vudu

113.8 5Points

114.8 5Points

115.1 5Points

116.1 5Points

115.2 vudu

116.2 vudu

115.3 ZeroT

116.3 ZeroT

115.4 90sbaby

116.4 90sbaby

115.5 TBBOM

116.5 TBBOM

115.6 shotsup

116.6 shostup

115.7 RHR

116.7 RHR

115.8 Volty

116.8 Volty

117.1 Volty
118.1 Volty

117.2 RHR

118.2 RHR

117.3 shotsup

118.3 shotsup

117.4 TBBOM

118.4 TBBOM

117.5 90sbaby

118.5 90sbaby

117.6 ZeroT

118.6 ZeroT

117.7 vudu

118.7 vudu

117.8 5Points

118.8 5Points

119.1 5Points

120.1 5Points

119.2 vudu

120.2 vudu

119.3 ZeroT

120.3 ZeroT

119.4 90sbaby

120.4 90sbaby

119.5 TBBOM

120.5 TBBOM

119.6 shotsup

120.6 shostup

119.7 RHR

120.7 RHR

119.8 Volty

120.8 Volty

121.1 Volty
122.1 Volty

121.2 RHR

122.2 RHR

121.3 shotsup

122.3 shotsup

121.4 TBBOM

122.4 TBBOM

121.5 90sbaby

122.5 90sbaby

121.6 ZeroT

122.6 ZeroT

121.7 vudu

122.7 vudu

121.8 5Points

122.8 5Points

123.1 5Points

124.1 5Points

123.2 vudu

124.2 vudu

123.3 ZeroT

124.3 ZeroT

123.4 90sbaby

124.4 90sbaby

123.5 TBBOM

124.5 TBBOM

123.6 shotsup

124.6 shostup

123.7 RHR

124.7 RHR

123.8 Volty

124.8 Volty

125.1 Volty
126.1 Volty

125.2 RHR

126.2 RHR

125.3 shotsup

126.3 shotsup

125.4 TBBOM

126.4 TBBOM

125.5 90sbaby

126.5 90sbaby

125.6 ZeroT

126.6 ZeroT

125.7 vudu

126.7 vudu

125.8 5Points

126.8 5Points

 

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101.7 Grace Hopper - Other scientist

 

Grace Brewster Murray Hopper (née Murray; December 9, 1906 January 1, 1992) was an American computer scientist and United States Navy rear admiral.[1] One of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer, she was a pioneer of computer programming who invented one of the first compiler related tools. She popularized the idea of machine-independent programming languages, which led to the development of COBOL, an early high-level programming language still in use today.

 

102.7 Edward Cope - Other scientist

 

Edward Drinker Cope (July 28, 1840 April 12, 1897) was an American paleontologist and comparative anatomist, as well as a noted herpetologist and ichthyologist. He was a founder of the Neo-Lamarckism school of thought. Born to a wealthy Quaker family, Cope distinguished himself as a child prodigy interested in science; he published his first scientific paper at the age of 19. Though his father tried to raise Cope as a gentleman farmer, he eventually acquiesced to his son's scientific aspirations. Cope married his cousin and had one child; the family moved from Philadelphia to Haddonfield, New Jersey, although Cope would maintain a residence and museum in Philadelphia in his later years.

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101.8 William Rehnquist - SCOTUS

 


 

William Hubbs Rehnquist (/ˈrɛnkwɪst/; October 1, 1924 – September 3, 2005) was an American lawyer and jurist who served on the Supreme Court of the United States for 33 years, first as an Associate Justice from 1972 to 1986, and then as the 16th Chief Justice of the United States from 1986 until his death in 2005. Considered a conservative, Rehnquist favored a conception of federalism that emphasized the Tenth Amendment's reservation of powers to the states. Under this view of federalism, the court, for the first time since the 1930s, struck down an act of Congress as exceeding its power under the Commerce Clause.

 

102.8 George Fitzhugh - Social Scientist

 

This guy was a real piece of work.

 


George Fitzhugh (November 4, 1806 – July 30, 1881) was an American social theorist who published racial and slavery-based sociological theories in the antebellum era. He argued that the negro "is but a grown up child"[1][2] who needs the economic and social protections of slavery. Fitzhugh decried capitalism as spawning "a war of the rich with the poor, and the poor with one another"[3] – rendering free blacks "far outstripped or outwitted in the chase of free competition."[4] Slavery, he contended, ensured that blacks would be economically secure and morally civilized.

Fitzhugh practiced law and was a painter for years, but attracted both fame and infamy when he published two sociological tracts for the South. He was a leading pro-slaveryintellectual[5] and spoke for many of the Southern plantation owners. Before printing books, Fitzhugh tried his hand at a pamphlet titled "Slavery Justified" (1849). His first book, Sociology for the South (1854) was not as widely known as his second book, Cannibals All!(1857). Sociology for the South is the first known English-language book to include the term "sociology" in its title.[6]

Fitzhugh differed from nearly all of his southern contemporaries by advocating a slavery that crossed racial boundaries. In 1860 Fitzhugh stated that "It is a libel on white men to say they are unfit for slavery" and suggested that if Yankees were caught young they could be trained, domesticated and civilized to make "faithful and valuable servants".[7] Writing in the Richmond Inquirer on 15 December 1855, Fitzhugh proclaimed: "The principle of slavery is in itself right, and does not depend on difference of complexion", "Nature has made the weak in mind or body slaves ... The wise and virtuous, the strong in body and mind, are born to command", and "The Declaration of Independence is exuberantly false, and aborescently fallacious."

 

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103.1 Lewis H. Morgan Philosopher/Thinker

 

Lewis Henry Morgan (November 21, 1818 – December 17, 1881) was a pioneering American anthropologist and social theorist who worked as a railroad lawyer. He is best known for his work on kinship and social structure, his theories of social evolution, and his ethnography of the Iroquois. Interested in what holds societies together, he proposed the concept that the earliest human domestic institution was the matrilineal clan, not the patriarchal family.

Also interested in what leads to social change, he was a contemporary of the European social theorists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, who were influenced by reading his work on social structure and material culture, the influence of technology on progress. Morgan is the only American social theorist to be cited by such diverse scholars as Marx, Charles Darwin, and Sigmund Freud. Elected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences, Morgan served as president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 1880

 

 

 

104.1 Bruce Jenner - Athlete/Other

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102.8 George Fitzhugh - Social Scientist

 

This guy was a real piece of work.

 

:D WTF is that? Nice find.

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103.2 Caesar Rodney - Congressman

 

Caesar Rodney. (Credit: The Library of Congress)

He was a founding father, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and an American herobut most have probably not heard of Caesar Rodney or his dramatic 18-hour midnight horseback ride to Philadelphia to cast a critical, deciding vote in favor of separating from Great Britain.

One reason most may not know the Delaware delegates name could have to do with his face. Rodney suffered from a facial deformity, likely caused by a cancer, that he obscured with a green scarf or handkerchief. This could explain why there are very few portraits of Rodneycontributing to his lack of notoriety.

Despite his obscurity, Rodney played a critical role during the second Continental Congress meeting in 1776 at what is now Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Initially, Delawares two attending delegates were split in their votes of whether to declare independence from Great Britain, with George Read against separating, and Thomas McKean in favor. According to Jonathan S. Russ, a historian at the University of Delaware, Rodney was home tending to his own business affairs and the state militia when he received word of the tie vote.

 

He then famously rode 80 miles toward Philadelphia, through a thunderstorm, entered into the convention and broke that deadlock, casting his vote in favor of Delaware declaring its independence from Great Britain with the other colonies, Russ says.

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104.2 Henry Fonda - Actor

 

Fonda made his mark early as a Broadway actor. He also appeared in 1938 in plays performed in White Plains, New York, with Joan Tompkins. He made his Hollywood debut in 1935, and his career gained momentum after his Academy Award-nominated performance as Tom Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, a 1940 adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel about an Oklahoma family who moved west during the Dust Bowl.

 

Throughout five decades in Hollywood, Fonda cultivated a strong, appealing screen image in such classics as The Ox-Bow Incident, Mister Roberts, and 12 Angry Men. Later, Fonda moved toward darker epics such as Sergio Leone's Once Upon a Time in the West and lighter roles in family comedies such as Yours, Mine and Ours with Lucille Ball, winning the Academy Award for Best Actor at the 54th Academy Awards for the movie On Golden Pond, his final film role.

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:D WTF is that? Nice find.

Round 102, I'm diggin deep. :lol:

 

The guy was a historic doosh. I couldn't pass him up.

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I still have a spot open in Business, but this guy was a total wild card (and I'm surprised he is still available).

 

103.3 - Howard Hughes - Wildcard

 

Howard Robard Hughes Jr. (December 24, 1905 April 5, 1976) was an American business magnate, investor, record-setting pilot, film director, and philanthropist, known during his lifetime as one of the most financially successful individuals in the world. He first made a name for himself as a film producer, and then became an influential figure in the aviation industry. Later in life, he became known for his eccentric behavior and reclusive lifestyleoddities that were caused in part by a worsening obsessivecompulsive disorder (OCD), chronic pain from several plane crashes, and increasing deafness.

 

As a maverick film tycoon, Hughes gained prominence in Hollywood beginning in the late 1920s, when he produced big-budget and often controversial films such as The Racket (1928), Hell's Angels (1930), and Scarface (1932). Later he controlled the RKO film studio.

 

Hughes formed the Hughes Aircraft Company in 1932, hiring numerous engineers and designers. He spent the rest of the 1930s and much of the 1940s setting multiple world air speed records and building the Hughes H-1 Racer and H-4 Hercules (the Spruce Goose). He acquired and expanded Trans World Airlines and later acquired Air West, renaming it Hughes Airwest. Hughes was included in Flying Magazine's list of the 51 Heroes of Aviation, ranked at No. 25. Today, his legacy is maintained through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Howard Hughes Corporation.

 

 

104.3 - Bette Davis - Woman

 

Ruth Elizabeth "Bette" Davis (/ˈbɛti/; April 5, 1908 October 6, 1989) was an American actress of film, television, and theater. Regarded as one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history, she was noted for her willingness to play unsympathetic, sardonic characters, and was famous for her performances in a range of film genres, from contemporary crime melodramas to historical and period films, suspense horror, and occasional comedies, although her greatest successes were her roles in romantic dramas.

 

Davis was the co-founder of the Hollywood Canteen, and was the first female president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress twice, was the first person to accrue 10 Academy Award nominations for acting, and was the first woman to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute.

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103 Ray Bradbury -Fiction Writer

 

 

104 Bill O'Rielly - Non Fiction Writer

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103 Lionsgate - Media Company

 

104 Sonny Sixkiller - Indian

 

Born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and a member of the Cherokee Nation, Sixkiller's family moved to Ashland in southern Oregon when he was a year old, where his father worked in a lumber mill.[2][3] He attended Ashland High School and was a good student and a letterman in football, basketball, and baseball.

In football, Sixkiller was an All-Southern Oregon Conference selection and a second team All-State selection. He was a back-up at quarterback as a sophomore to senior Gene Willis, who later played at Washington. In basketball, he was an all-conference selection. In baseball, he was a pitcher and an all-conference selection. Sixkiller graduated in 1969 and had hoped to stay in-state and play for Oregon State in Corvallis, but head coach Dee Andros declined to offer him a scholarship, wary of his lack of size (5 ft 11 in (1.80 m), 171 lb (78 kg)).[2]

University of Washington[edit]

On the advice of Willis, head coach Jim Owens recruited Sixkiller and offered him a scholarship to the University of Washington in Seattle. Due to his name, he was given uniform number 6. He became the starting quarterback for the Huskies as a sophomore in 1970 and led the Huskies to a 6-4 record, a vast improvement over the 1–9 record in 1969. He completed 186 passes for 2,303 yards and 15 touchdowns in what many called the Year of The Quarterback, in which Jim Plunkett of Stanford passed for 2,715 yards on the year and broke his own conference record. Plunkett won the Heisman Trophy in 1970, beating out Notre Dame's Joe Theismann and Archie Manning of Ole Miss.

Sixkiller missed four games as a senior in 1972 finished his college career with 385 completions for 5,496 yards and 35 touchdowns, and held fifteen school records.[4] The Huskies posted consecutive 8–3 records in 1971 and 1972.[5] The Pac-8 Conference allowed only one team to play in the postseason, the Rose Bowl, until the 1975 season.

Professional football[edit]

Unselected in the 1973 NFL Draft, Sixkiller had tryouts with the Los Angeles Rams in 1973,[4] and with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League in 1974. He signed with the Philadelphia Bell of the World Football League in September 1974,[6] and played with The Hawaiians in 1975, until the league folded in October. He tried out with the San Diego Chargers in 1976.

Sixkiller was also a cast member in the 1974 film The Longest Yard. He is currently an executive for sports marketing firm IMG College, serving his alma mater, the University of Washington.

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103.8 - Charles Evans Hughes - SCOTUS

 

By 1937, FDR was so infuriated with the Supreme Court so frequently striking down his New Deal programs that after the Dems won sweeping majorities in both houses of Congress in the 1936 elections he attempted/threatened to pack the court by placing six new justices on it. The plan never came to pass but Hughes was the Chief Justice who sent him into such a rage.

 

The issues usually revolved around the massive expansion of federal power that FDR wanted to implement vs Hughes' interpretation of the Constitution that powers not granted to the Federal Government were reserved to the states.

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104.8 - McCulloch v Maryland (1819) - Court Case

 

Established the federal government's implied powers over the states.

 

Maryland imposed a tax on the Bank of the United States and questioned the federal government's ability to grant charters without explicit constitutional sanction. The Supreme Court held that the tax unconstitutionally interfered with federal supremacy and ruled that the Constitution gives the federal government certain implied powers.

 

105.1 Obergefell vs Hodges (2015) - Court Case

 

Allows same sex couples such as drobeski and Recliner Pilot to get married across all 50 states

 

 

106.1 Gideon v Wainwright (1963) - Court Case

 

Criminal defendants have a right to an attorney even if they cannot afford one.

 

Gideon was accused of committing a felony. Since he was broke, he petitioned the judge to provide him with an attorney free of charge. The judge denied his request. The Supreme Court ruled for Gideon, saying that the Sixth Amendment requires indigent criminal defendants to be provided an attorney free of charge.

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105 Nathaniel Bacon - Colonial Era

 

Nathaniel Bacon, (born January 2, 1647, Suffolk, England—died October 1676, Virginia [u.S.]), Virginia planter and leader of Bacon’s Rebellion (1676), the first popular revolt in England’s North American colonies.

A kinsman of the famous Sir Francis Bacon, Nathaniel Bacon graduated from the University of Cambridge, toured the continent, and studied law at Gray’s Inn. Until shortly before his arrival in Virginia in 1674, Bacon was destined to the life of a country squire. His marriage to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edward Duke of Suffolk, was violently opposed by her father. Her disinheritance and the involvement of Bacon in a rather unsavory deal to defraud a neighbour of his inheritance contributed to Bacon’s decision to migrate to North America.

Financed by his father, Bacon acquired two estates along the James River in Virginia—a main plantation 40 miles (65 km) above Jamestown and an outer plantation at the present site of Richmond. By virtue of his social position and financial means, his kinship by marriage to Gov. William Berkeley, and the wealth and influence of his cousin Nathaniel Bacon, Sr., he was appointed to the governor’s council in less than one year after his arrival in the colony.

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106 James Oglethorpe - Colonial Era

 

Founding of Georgia

In 1728, three years before conceiving the Georgia colony, Oglethorpe chaired a Parliamentary committee on prison reform. The committee documented horrendous abuses in three debtors' prisons. As a result of the committee's actions, many debtors were released from prison with no means of support. Oglethorpe viewed this as part of the larger problem of urbanisation, which was depleting the countryside of productive people and depositing them in cities, particularly London, where they often became impoverished or resorted to criminal activity. To address this problem, Oglethorpe and a group of associates, many of whom served on the prison committee, petitioned in 1730 to form the Trustees for the Establishment of the Colony of Georgia in America. The petition was finally approved in 1732, and the first ship, led by Oglethorpe, departed for the New World in November.[5]

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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

3.3 shotsup Theodore Roosevelt - Wildcard

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 Monroe - President

60.2 vudu LBJ - President

74.1 5Points Grover Cleveland - President

74.7 RHR James A. Garfield - President

83.6 ZeroT William McKinley - President

89.8 5Points Herbert Hoover - President

95.8 Volty Bill Clinton - President

96.8 Volty George H.W. Bush - President

100.8 Volty William H. Taft - 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

65.3 shotsup Fiorello La Guardia - Congressman

67.7 vudu Jonathan Stickland - Congressman

68.6 shotsup Ed Koch - Congressman

72.7 RHR William Henry Harrison - Congressman

79.8 5Points Charles Sumner - Congressman

80.1 5Points Preston Brooks - Congressman

81.2 RHR Francis G. Newlands - Congressman

93.3 shotsup Robert Anderson Van Wyck - Congressman

101.4 TBBOM Robert Wagner - Congress

102.4 TBBOM Al Gore jr. - Congress

103.2 vudu Caesar Rodney - Congressman

 

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

70.3 ZeroT John Marshall Harlan - SCOTUS

83.7 vudu Joseph Story - SCOTUS

84.2 vudu Clarence Thomas - SCOTUS

83.4s TBBOM Warren Burger - SCOTUS

84.6 shotsup John Rutledge SCOTUS Justice

99.3 ZeroT Hugo Black - SCOTUS

101.8 5Points William Rehnquist - SCOTUS

103.8 Volty Charles Evans Hughes - 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

65.8 5Points Henry Kissinger - Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrator

93.2 RHR George Mason - Congressman/Govt Admin

94.3 shotsup Nelson Rockefeller- Cabinet/Gvt Adviser/Gvt Administrat

99.5 TBBOM Zbigniew Brzezinski- Advisor

 

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

57.8 5Points John J. Pershing - General

69.7 vudu Friedrich Wilhelm von Stueben - General

90.2 vudu George Meade - General (1815-1872)

94.6 ZeroT Raymond Spruance - Admiral

102.3 shotsup J. E B Stuart - 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

61.7 vudu Chuck Berry - Singer

61.8 5Points Bing Crosby - Singer

65.4 TBBOM Lynyrd Skynyrd - Band

66.2 vudu Willie Nelson - Singer

80.7 RHR Metallica - Band

82.1 5Points America - Band

97.1 Volty Merle Haggard - Singer

98.1 Volty The Notorious B.I.G. - Singer

102.1 Volty Ray Charles - 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

31.6 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)

61.3 shotsup Frank Capra. Director

66.7 RHR Jack Nicholson - Actor

70.7 RHR Tom Hanks - Actor

78.7 RHR James Cameron - Director

80.3 ZeroT Stanley Kubrick - Director

86.8 Volty Robert De Niro - Actor

87.1 Volty Jimmy Stewart - Actor

88.8 Volty Francis Ford Coppola - Director

104.2 vudu Henry Fonda - Actor

 

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

60.6 shotsup Lou Reed Songwriter Composer

68.2 vudu Billy Joel - Songwriter

70.1 5Points Benny Goodman - Composer

76.1 5Points Neil Diamond - Composer/Songwriter

77.2 RHR Marshall Mather - Songwriter

85.2 RHR Liberace - Composer

86.3 ZeroT Smokey Robinson - Songwriter

80.6 shotsup Tom Petty 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

62.5 TBBOM Terry Bollea aka Hulk Hogan - performing artist

71.8 5Points Don Rickles - Other Performing Artist

77.7 vudu Rita Moreno - Other performing artist

74.6 shotsup Cris Angel - other performing Artist (born Long Island)

86.7 RHR Wayne Newton - Other Performing Artist

88.2 vudu Lucille Ball - Other Performing Artist

89.7 vudu Carol Burnett - Other performer

96.3 ZeroT John Coltrane - Other Performing Artist

98.4 TBBOM Siegfried & Roy - 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

65.7 vudu Lorne Michaels - TV/Radio

67.3 shotsup Don Imus. Radio Personality

73.2 RHR Howard Cosell - Radio/TV personality

81.1 Volty Rush Limbaugh - Radio Personality

82.8 Volty Jay Leno - TV Personality

83.1 Volty Jon Stewart - TV Personality

91.6 ZeroT Mary Tyler Moore - TV Personality

100.5 TBBOM Rick Dees - radio 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

61.4 TBBOM John James Audubon - Visual Artist

62.7 RHR Banksy - Visual Artist

70.8 Volty Thomas Eakins - Visual Artist

71.1 Volty Thomas Cole - Visual Artist

71.2 RHR Gary Larson - Visual Artist

69.3s shotsup Bill Watterson Visual Artist

70.6s shotsup Alonzo Chappel -Visual Artist

71.6 ZeroT Homer Winslow - Visual Artist

71.7 vudu Bob Givens Visual Artist

72.5 TBBOM Emmanuel Gottlieb Leutze - Visual Artist

80.8 Volty Marcel Duchamp - Visual Artist

81.6 ZeroT James Abbot McNeill Whistler - Visual Artist

85.8 5Points Ken Burns - 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

58.6 shotsup Mike Piazza Baseball

60.1 5Points Pete Rose - Baseball

61.2 RHR Connie Mack - Baseball

77.4 TBBOM Roger Maris - Baseball

84.5 TBBOM Shoeless Joe Jackson - Baseball

89.6 ZeroT Walter Johnson - Baseball

92.1 5Points Honus Wagner - Baseball

101.6 ZeroT Mickey Mantle - 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

57.7 vudu John Heisman - Football

58.7 RHR Sid Gilman - Football

63.4 TBBOM Barry Sanders - Football

64.6 shotsup Eli Manning Football

69.6 ZeroT Reggie White - Football

82.3 ZeroT Knute Rockne - Football

84.8 5Points Deacon Jones - Football

86.5 TBBOM D!ck Butkus - football

88.1 5Points Ronnie Lott - 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

81.4 TBBOM Brian Leetch - Hockey

72.6 shotsup Joe Mullen - Hockey (born NYC)

82.5 TBBOM Keith Tkachuk - Hockey

83.2 RHR Jeremy Roenick - Hockey

84.3 ZeroT Terry Sawchuk - Hockey

84.7 RHR Charles Adams - Hockey

95.1 5Points Stu Grimson - Hockey

97.2 RHR John Vanbiesbrouck - 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

58.2 vudu Red Auerbach - Basketball

59.3 shotsup Julius DR J Erving Basketball

59.8 5Points John Havlicek - Basketball

67.6 ZeroT Bill Russell - Basketball

73.3 shotsup Patrick Ewing - Basketball

91.8 5Points Muggsy Bogues - Basketball

101.3 shotsup Dave Debusschere - Basketball

102.6 ZeroT Pete Maravich - 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

59.7 vudu Deion Sanders - Other Athlete

60.5 TBBOM Lance Armstrong - Other Athlete

64.5 TBBOM Joe Frazier - other athlete

65.6 ZeroT Carl Lewis - Fail Other Athlete

76.6 shotsup Billie Jean King. Other Athlete

96.1 5Points Randy Couture - Athlete/Other

104.1 5Points Bruce Jenner - Athlete/Other

 

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

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

62.2 vudu John Irving - Fiction Writer

62.6 shotsup Tom Clancy Fiction Writer

71.4 TBBOM Harper Lee - Fiction Writer

77.8 5Points Washington Irving - Fiction Writer

78.8 Volty George R.R. Martin - Fiction Writer

79.7 vudu J.D. Salinger - Fiction Writer

93.6 ZeroT T.S. Eliot - Fiction Writer

97.8 5Points Louis L'Amour - Writer/Fiction

103.6 shotsup Ray Bradbury -Fiction 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

70.2 vudu Dale Carnegie - Non Fiction Writer

37.3 shotsup Jack LaLane Wildcard

97.4 TBBOM Elie Wiesel - nonfiction

98.8 5Points Upton Sinclair - Writer/Nonfiction

99.1 5Points Stephen E. Ambrose - Writer/Nonfiction

100.1 5Points Hunter S. Thompson Writer/Nonfiction

101.2 RHR Truman Capote - Non-Fiction Writer

104.6 shostup Bill O'Rielly - 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

63.1 Volty Richard Feynman - Physics

73.4 TBBOM Edward Teller - Physics

79.2 RHR Isaac Asimov - Astronomy/Physics

96.6 shostup Chester Floyd Carlson - physicist

 

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)

72.3 ZeroT Stephen Jay Gould - Other Science

84.1 5Points John Stith Pemberton - Other Science

87.8 5Points Walter Reed - Scientist/Other

90.1 5Points Thomas Hunt Morgan - Scientist/Other

91.4 TBBOM Louis Agassiz - other scientist

95.6 shotsup Edwin H Land - Scientist

101.7 vudu Grace Hopper - Other scientist

102.7 vudu Edward Cope - Other scientist

 

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

63.8 5Points Alfred Kinsey - Social Scientist

64.1 5Points B.F. Skinner - Social Scientist

64.3 ZeroT John Forbes Nash Jr. - Social Scientist

67.1 Volty George H Gallup - Social Scientist

90.3 ZeroT Charles Dow - Social Scientist

102.8 5Points George Fitzhugh - 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

92.5 TBBOM Lester Wire - inventor

92.6 shotsup Peter Cooper - Invemtor

94.8 5Points Elisha Otis - Inventor

102.2 RHR Ray Tomlinson - 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

57.6 ZeroT Frederick Law Olmstead - Designer

60.3 ZeroT Werhner von Braun - Engineer

66.5 TBBOM Buckminster Fuller - designer

71.3 shotsup Charles Goodyear - Engineer

74.5 TBBOM George Pullman - designer-engineer

89.1 Volty George Washington Goethals - Engineer

93.8 5Points William Levitt - Designer/Engineer

100.6 shostup Robert Moses - Designer/Engineer

99.8 Volty Martha Stewart - Designer

 

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

63.3 shotsup John Rawls Thinker Philosopher

63.6 ZeroT Jonathan Edwards - Thinker/Philosopher

64.8 Volty John von Neumann - Thinker/Philosopher

65.1 Volty Charles Sanders Pierce - Thinker/Philosopher

68.8 Volty Ludwig von Mises - Thinker

69.8 5Points Josiah Royce - Thinker/Philosopher

79.6 ZeroT Kurt Gödel - Thinker

85.7 vudu Robert Nozick - Philosopher

95.5 TBBOM Hannah Arendt - philosopher

98.2 RHR Larry Elder - Thinker

95.7s RHR Ben Shapiro - Thinker

99.6 shotsup Bob Moses - Thinker/Philosopher

99.7 RHR Dennis Prager - Thinker

103.1 5Points Lewis H. Morgan Philosopher/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

58.3 ZeroT William Randolph Hearst - Businessman

91.2 RHR Steve Wynn - 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

66.8 Volty Charles Grandison Finney - Religious Leader

67.8 5Points Samuel Francis Smith - Religious Leader

74.2 vudu John Winthrop Religious Leader

80.2 vudu Reverend Robert Hunt - Religious Leader

81.8 5Points Peter Popoff - Religious Leader

87.2 RHR Joel Osteen - Religious Leader

85.3s shotsup Rick Warren - Religious Leader

89.3 shotsup Al Sharpton - African American

90.7 RHR Oral Roberts - 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

64.7 RHR James "Killer" Miller - Old West

75.4 TBBOM Calamity Jane - Wild West

75.7 vudu John Wesley Hardin - Old West

88.7 RHR Red Sash Gang - Old West

93.4 TBBOM Pat Garrett - Wild West

98.7 vudu Ike and Billy Clanton - 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

75.1 Volty Stephen F. Austin - Settler

75.6 ZeroT James Bowie - Settler

78.2 vudu Laura Ingalls Wilder - Pioneer

86.1 5Points Donner Party - Pioneer/Settler

90.6 shotsup Stephen Harriman Long - Pioneer/Explorer

91.3 shotsup Christa McAuliffe - Explorer

92.2 vudu Gabriel Archer - Pioneer

94.2 RHR John Mason - 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

66.1 5Points Henry Barnard - Educator

68.5 TBBOM Leland Stanford - Educator

69.1 Volty Edward Thorndike - Educator

72.1 5Points Jaime Escalante - Educator

77.6 ZeroT Anne Sullivan - Educator

86.2 vudu Melvil Dewey - Educator

93.7 vudu James Pierpont - Educator

94.7 vudu Dr. David Silvers - Educator

98.6 ZeroT Amos Bronson Alcott - 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

44.8 Volty Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore - Settler

51.8 5Points James Otis Jr. - Colonial Era

76.2 vudu John Rolfe - Colonial

76.5 TBBOM Peter Stuyvesant - Colonial figure

90.8 Volty John Winthrop - Colonial Era

91.1 Volty Thomas Hooker - Colonial Era

105.2 RHR Nathaniel Bacon - Colonial Era

106.2 RHR James Oglethorpe - Colonial Era

 

Reformer

2.7 RHR Martin Luther King Jr. - African American

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

61.6 ZeroT Soujourner Truth - Reformer

63.2 RHR Dred Scott - Reformer

73.6 ZeroT Kennesaw Mountain Landis - Reformer

80.5 TBBOM Frances Willard - Reformer

87.7 vudu Susan La Flesche Picotte - Reformer

 

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

58.5 TBBOM Jimmi Hendrix - African American

68.1 5Points Billie Holiday - African American

74.3 ZeroT Nat Turner - African American

75.2 RHR Ella Fitzgerald - Black

76.8 Volty Malcom X - Wildcard

86.6 shotsup Louis Farrakhan - African American

88.6 shotsup Joseph Simmons aka Reverened Run - African American

90.5 TBBOM Benjamin Banneker - African American

91.7 vudu Nathan Handwerker - African American

92.7 RHR Roberto Clemente - AA

92.8 Volty Jesse Jackson - African American

93.1 Volty Cornel West - 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

65.2 RHR Will Rodgers - Native American

66.3 ZeroT Tecumseh - Native American

73.7 vudu Cher - Native American

84.8 Volty The Great Peacemaker - Native American

85.1 Volty Black Hawk - Native American

85.6 ZeroT Osceola - Native American

85.4s TBBOM Red Cloud - Native American

81.3s shotsup Chief Pontiac Native American

82.6s shotsup Cochise - Native American

101.1 Volty Popé - Native American

104.7 RHR Sonny Sixkiller - Indian

 

Woman

13.3 shotsup Martha Washington - Woman

24.8 Volty Emily Dickinson - Fiction Writer

26.8 Volty Madonna - Wildcard

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

59.4 TBBOM Oprah Winfrey - woman

79.1 Volty Nancy Pelosi - Woman

79.4 TBBOM Babe Didrikson Zaharias- Woman

82.7 RHR Shirley Temple - Woman

88.3 ZeroT Louisa May Alcott - Woman

94.4 TBBOM Mary Bowser - Woman

100.2 vudu Jeanette Rankin - Woman

104.3 ZeroT Bette Davis - 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

68.7 RHR Christie Brinkley - Seductress

69.2 RHR Rita Hayworth - Seductress

75.8 5Points Bettie Page - Seductress

78.3 ZeroT Elizabeth Taylor - Seductress

77.3s shotsup Jennifer Lopez. Seductress

99.2 vudu Gypsy Rose Lee - 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

58.8 Volty Julius and Ethel Rosenberg - Criminals

60.7 RHR Jeffrey Dahmer - criminal

61.1 Volty Anwar al-Awlaki - Criminal

69.4 TBBOM Bugsy Siegel - Criminal

78.6 shotsup David "Son of Sam" Berkowitz. Criminal

87.4 TBBOM Lizzie Borden - Criminal

87.6 ZeroT Ted Kaczynski - 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

57.3 shotsup David Dukes dumbfock

57.4 TBBOM William Westmoreland - Fail

59.1 Volty James Buchanan - Fail

60.8 Volty Donald Rumsfeld - Fail

62.1 5Points Maxine Waters - Dumbfock

62.8 Volty Coleman A. Young - Dumbfock/Fail

82.2 vudu Martin Van Buren - Dumbfock

96.7 RHR Joshua Abraham Norton - Fail

104.5 TBBOM John DeLorean - Fail

 

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

70.5 TBBOM US v. Schooner Amistad - court case

72.2 vudu Bryan vs. Itasca County - Court Case

74.8 5Points Reno v. Flores - Court Case

76.3 ZeroT Charles Lindbergh Jr kidnapping and murder trial - Court Case

83.3 shotsup Furman VS Georgia- Court Case

87.3 shotsup People VS Bernie Goetz - court case

104.8 Volty McCulloch v Maryland (1819) - Court Case

105.1 Volty Obergefell v Hodges (2015) - Court Case
106.1 Volty Gideon v Wainwright (1963) - 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

68.3 ZeroT Green Bay Packers - Sports Team

76.7 RHR Prairie View A&M - Sports Team

78.5 TBBOM New England Patriots - Sports Team

81.7 vudu Chicago Bulls - Sports Team

75.3s shotsup New York Football Giants- sports team

89.4 TBBOM 1985 Chicago Bears

 

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

62.3 ZeroT Warner Bros. - Media Company

63.7 vudu The Wall St Journal - Media Company

64.2 vudu The New York Times. - Media Company

67.2 RHR Larry Flynt Publications - Media Company

78.1 5Points Compound Media - Media Company

79.3 shotsup TMZ - Media Company

92.3 ZeroT RKO Pictures - Media Company

100.3 ZeroT Electronic Arts - Media Company

103.5 TBBOM Time magazine - media company

103.7 RHR Lionsgate - Media Company

 

Wilcardx2

1.6 ZeroT Benjamin Franklin - Wildcard

2.4 90sbaby John D. Rockefeller - Wildcard

5.5 90sbaby Donald Trump - Wildcard

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

26.1 5Points Carlos Hathcock - 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

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

58.1 5Points Milton Bradley - Wildcard

59.2 RHR Phil Jackson - Wildcard

59.6 ZeroT Clarence Darrow - Wildcard

66.6 shotsup Jimmy the Greek Snyder. Wildcard

67.4 TBBOM Nathan Bedford Forrest - Wild Card

72.8 Volty Jefferson Davis - Wildcard

73.1 Volty Caesar Chavez - Wildcard

74.8 Volty Sam Houston - Wildcard

77.1 Volty George Soros - Wildcard

89.2 RHR Mike Trout - Wildcard

94.1 Volty Robert F. Kennedy - Wildcard

95.2 vudu Chris Kyle - Wild Card

96.2 vudu Matt Bisonette and Rob ONeill - wild card

95.3 ZeroT Jim Henson - Wildcard

96.5 TBBOM Alvin C. York - Wild Card

97.3 shotsup Chuck Jones _ Wildcard. (Animator)

98.3 shotsup Gil Hodges - Wildcard

97.7 vudu Marvin Neil Simon - Wild Card

100.7 RHR Joe Rogan - Wildcard

103.3 ZeroT Howard Hughes - Wildcard

106.2

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104.2 Henry Fonda - Actor

 

Fonda made his mark early as a Broadway actor. He also appeared in 1938 in plays performed in White Plains, New York, with Joan Tompkins. He made his Hollywood debut in 1935, and his career gained momentum after his Academy Award-nominated performance as Tom Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, a 1940 adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel about an Oklahoma family who moved west during the Dust Bowl.

 

Throughout five decades in Hollywood, Fonda cultivated a strong, appealing screen image in such classics as The Ox-Bow Incident, Mister Roberts, and 12 Angry Men. Later, Fonda moved toward darker epics such as Sergio Leone's Once Upon a Time in the West and lighter roles in family comedies such as Yours, Mine and Ours with Lucille Ball, winning the Academy Award for Best Actor at the 54th Academy Awards for the movie On Golden Pond, his final film role.

Your 'Actor' category is full. I was going to put him in 'Wildcard' but didn't, instead I bounced Lucile Ball over to 'Woman'. Tell me what how you want me to handle it.

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Your 'Actor' category is full. I was going to put him in 'Wildcard' but didn't, instead I bounced Lucile Ball over to 'Woman'. Tell me what how you want me to handle it.

I picked Lucille Ball in the other entertainer category but she was drafted by someone else earlier.

 

I picked up Carol Burnette as a replacement in other entertainer category, so I think Henry can stay in actor?

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I picked Lucille Ball in the other entertainer category but she was drafted by someone else earlier.

 

I picked up Carol Burnette as a replacement in other entertainer category, so I think Henry can stay in actor?

I see: 28.6 to shotsup.

 

I still have her entered as your 88.2 round pick and Carol Burnett as your 89.7. So maybe you got skipped in the 88/89 area LB/CB confusion or am I missing something else too?

 

I'll not edit for now until I get it fully straight.

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shotsup's clock expires in a half hour then TBBOM.

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105 Thomas Hutchinson - Colonial Era

 

 

Thomas Hutchinson (9 September 1711 3 June 1780) was a businessman, historian, and a prominent Loyalist politician of the Province of Massachusetts Bay in the years before the American Revolution. He has been referred to as "the most important figure on the loyalist side in pre-Revolutionary Massachusetts."[1] He was a successful merchant and politician, and was active at high levels of the Massachusetts government for many years, serving as lieutenant governor and then governor from 1758 to 1774. He was a politically polarizing figure who came to be identified by John Adams and Samuel Adams as a proponent of hated British taxes,

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105.6 - Joseph Henry - Physics

 

Joseph Henry (December 17, 1797 – May 13, 1878) was an American scientist who served as the first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. He was the secretary for the National Institute for the Promotion of Science, a precursor of the Smithsonian Institution. He was highly regarded during his lifetime. While building electromagnets, Henry discovered the electromagnetic phenomenon of self-inductance. He also discovered mutual inductance independently of Michael Faraday, though Faraday was the first to make the discovery and publish his results. Henry developed the electromagnet into a practical device. He invented a precursor to the electric doorbell (specifically a bell that could be rung at a distance via an electric wire, 1831) and electric relay (1835). The SI unit of inductance, the henry, is named in his honor. Henry's work on the electromagnetic relay was the basis of the practical electrical telegraph, invented by Samuel F. B. Morse and Sir Charles Wheatstone, separately.

 

 

106.6 - Rachel Carson - Nonfiction Writer

 

Rachel Louise Carson (May 27, 1907 – April 14, 1964) was an American marine biologist, author, and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement.
Carson began her career as an aquatic biologist in the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries, and became a full-time nature writer in the 1950s. Her widely praised 1951 bestseller The Sea Around Us won her a U.S. National Book Award, recognition as a gifted writer, and financial security. Her next book, The Edge of the Sea, and the reissued version of her first book, Under the Sea Wind, were also bestsellers. This sea trilogy explores the whole of ocean life from the shores to the depths.
Late in the 1950s, Carson turned her attention to conservation, especially some problems that she believed were caused by synthetic pesticides. The result was the book Silent Spring (1962), which brought environmental concerns to an unprecedented share of the American people. Although Silent Spring was met with fierce opposition by chemical companies, it spurred a reversal in national pesticide policy, which led to a nationwide ban on DDT and other pesticides. It also inspired a grassroots environmental movement that led to the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Carson was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Jimmy Carter.

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vudu up with two then 5Pointsx4

 

shotsup only made one pick so has another in his pocket.

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Nobody owns this because nobody here owns anything

Nobody is a cool dude.

 

Continue all and I will catch up ASAP.

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Jimmy Hoffa - Reformer

 

 

Jimmy Hoffa became a labor organizer in the 1930s, rising in the Teamsters Union during the next two decades until he reached the office of president.

 

He played a key role in forging the first national freight-hauling agreement. He was sent to prison in 1967 for jury tampering, fraud and conspiracy. In 1975 he disappeared; he is believed to have been murdered.

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Boston News-Letter - Media Company

 

America's First Newspaper. America's first continuously-published newspaper, the Boston News-Letter published its first issue on April 24, 1704. John Campbell, a bookseller and postmaster of Boston, was its first editor, printing the newspaper on what was then referred to as a half-sheet.

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105.8 Allen Dulles - Gvt Administrator

 


 

Allen Welsh Dulles (/ˈdʌləs/; April 7, 1893 – January 29, 1969) was an American diplomatand lawyer who became the first civilian Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), and its longest-serving director to date. As head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) during the early Cold War, he oversaw the 1954 Guatemalan coup d'état, Operation Ajax, the Lockheed U-2 aircraft program and the Bay of Pigs Invasion. Following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Dulles was one of the members of the Warren Commission.

 

 

 

106.8 James Naismith - Basketball

 


 

James Naismith (November 6, 1861 – November 28, 1939) was a Canadian-American physical educator, physician, chaplain, sports coach and innovator.[1] He invented the game of basketball at age 30 in 1891. He wrote the original basketball rule book and founded the University of Kansas basketball program.[2] Naismith lived to see basketball adopted as an Olympic demonstration sport in 1904 and as an official event at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, as well as the birth of the National Invitation Tournament (1938) and the NCAA Tournament (1939).

 

 

 

107.1 Patrick Henry - Colonial Era

 


 

Patrick Henry was an American attorney, planter and politician who became known as an orator during the movement for independence in Virginia in the 1770s. A Founding Father, he served as the first and sixth post-colonial Governor of Virginia, from 1776 to 1779 and from 1784 to 1786. Henry led the opposition to the Stamp Act 1765 and is remembered for his "Give me liberty, or give me death!" speech. Along with Samuel Adams and Thomas Paine, he is regarded as one of the most influential champions of Republicanism and an invested promoter of the American Revolution and its fight for independence.

 

 

 

108.1 Hatfields & McCoys - Wildcard

 


The Hatfield–McCoy feud or the Hatfield–McCoy war as some papers at the time called it, involved two rural families of the West VirginiaKentucky area along the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River in the years 1863–1891. The Hatfields of West Virginia were led by William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield while the McCoys of Kentucky were under the leadership of Randolph "Ole Ran'l" McCoy. Those involved in the feud were descended from Ephraim Hatfield (born c. 1765) and William McCoy (born c. 1750). The feud has entered the American folklore lexicon as a metonym for any bitterly feuding rival parties. More than a century later, the feud has become synonymous with the perils of family honor, justice, and revenge.

William McCoy, the patriarch of the McCoys, was born in Ireland around 1750 and many of his ancestors hailed from Scotland.[1] The family, led by grandson Randolph McCoy, lived mostly on the Kentucky side of Tug Fork (a tributary of the Big Sandy River).[2] The Hatfields, led by William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield, son of Ephraim and Nancy (Vance) Hatfield, lived mostly on the West Virginia side. The majority of the Hatfields, although living in Mingo County (then part of Logan County), West Virginia, fought on the Confederate side in the American Civil War; most McCoys, living in Pike County, Kentucky, also fought for the Confederates;[3] with the exception of Asa Harmon McCoy, who fought for the Union. The first real violence in the feud was the death of Asa Harmon McCoy as he returned from the war, murdered by a group of Confederate Home Guards called the Logan Wildcats. Devil Anse Hatfield was a suspect at first, but was later confirmed to have been sick at home at the time of the murder. It was widely believed that his uncle, Jim Vance, a member of the Wildcats, committed the murder.[4]

The Hatfields were more affluent than the McCoys and were well-connected politically. Devil Anse Hatfield's timbering operation was a source of wealth for his family, while the McCoys were more of a lower-middle-class family. Ole Ran'l owned a 300-acre (120 ha) farm. Both families had also been involved in the manufacturing and selling of illegal moonshine.

 

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Patrick Henry is taken too, you'll find him under Congressman at 36.2

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I'll take Condaleeza Rice - Cabinet in place of Henry and Jerry West - Basketball in place of Naismith.

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