100 years from now no One will know who you were

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  1. Capthug69

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    Let that sink in
     
  2. skrinkle

    skrinkle Cat Mom

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    Do you think anyone will know who timo was
     
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  3. mcpon14

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    No one knows who I am, now, lol. ;)
     
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    CoralFang** suxbigbutthole

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    Like 10 people know me now. I'm not worried about leaving a legacy
     
  5. gayrod

    gayrod Newbie

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    How are you going to deep thought post when you literally have 69 in your username?
     
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  6. Karlijn

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    I agree. Everybody remembers Hitler, Stalin and Pol Pot. It’s not something to be proud of
     
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    I think in a 100 years from now, someone will. 150 tho? absolutely not.
     
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    I think that more fictional characters have longer-lasting and wider-spread legacies, fame and influence than real historical figures. I mean Abraham, someone that cannot be verified historically, has more than half of the people alive, today, believing in one of the religions that he inspired. For East Asia, one would probably be Lao-Tze.
     
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    Hermes Thrice-Great is considered one of the main inspirers of getting people to unlock the mysteries of nature and attain knowledge about it, which helped lead to the Scientific Revolution.
     

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