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Discussion in 'Community' started by thegeek187, Sep 11, 2003.
not sure how old this is but hes #2
Very interesting read. I wonder what the methodology was for ranking them? Thanks for the link.
At least I can be proud of the top 2 in my generation. Number 3 is a disgrace to my generation! Very interesting list.
Where's Mark Wozniak?
Sort of off topic, but there's a "Michael Wozniak, Private Investigator" running for CA guv.
this is kind of old. It's from '96. Nonetheless, an interesting compilation. Nice to see steve's name so high, but I think the whole list is kind of flawed.
I'm sorry, but I think Stephen Spielberg was less influential than a number of people on that list, and that Clinton probably could have taken #1 easily.
Despite what we might say, Bill Gates might have ranked higher. He would today.
And Roseanne?! Roseanne #10...That's just plain ridiculous.
Entertaining, but not definitive, by any means.
It's listed under Steve Jobs' entry.
Steve Jobs file
I think "entertaining" is a key word here, themadchemist.
bill gates could easily be number one
number one back stabber and dirty tricks man
and the other bill, clinton that is, could just be number one dirty horn doggy