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    I dont do idol worshipping,
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    my own idol is myself, noone can be or act like me ever. i shall make my own history and people will put me as there idol as i did myself, and therefore achieve my success.
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    Albert Einstein, Joe Strummer and Ludwig Beethoven.

    Never put them together like that before and it looks odd.
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    (Original post by D'ya Get Meh?)
    my own idol is myself, noone can be or act like me ever. i shall make my own history and people will put me as there idol as i did myself, and therefore achieve my success.
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    i don't admire anyone since we're all humans and whoever you idolise probably still goes home and has a ****.
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    (Original post by lonely14)
    Come again? :eyeball:
    You read it If you haven't heard of them well that's actually kinda awkward :eek:

    Google them up if you don't know them
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    Stalin comes to the mind. I know it sounds stupid, but I've always had an admiration for him. He defeated Nazism practically alone, and he turned the USSR into a mighty superpower.
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    Napoleon, and the toast which reincarnates every day when I eat my breakfast!
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    Freddie Mercury


    Fantastic stage presence and knew how to get a crowd going.
    Pretty upset he died when I was too small to see him perform.
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    Sylvia Plath, David Beckham, the uncle I never met, my Mum, my Dad.
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    Carl Sagan.

    I don't worship him, he's not an idol to me, more of a hero. We are immeasurably poorer as a species for living in a world without Carl Sagan in it. If I have kids, then when they're about 10-12 I'll show them Carl Sagan's Cosmos. What an inspirational man.
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    Oh didn't even which forum this was in and ended up mentioning half my family. :teehee:
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    Marcus Aurelius would be a start for me but I'm not a big fan of idolising individuals.
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    No idol for me, just people I appreciate and respect their ideas, work, or things they have done. I would say Jean-Jacques Rousseau for his writings and love to nature :stupido: :flower: , Martin Luther for his braveness :horse:, & Winston Churchill for his nationalism :bandit:
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    (Original post by navarre)
    Stalin comes to the mind. I know it sounds stupid, but I've always had an admiration for him. He defeated Nazism practically alone, and he turned the USSR into a mighty superpower.
    ??????
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    Few will be surprised by my answer if they have seem any of my posts in the Religion forum.

    Christopher Hitchens.

    A great intellectual, author, critique, debator and political commontator.
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    i wouldnt say i have an idol but i admire people
    i like jk rowling and just admire how she wrote and made up this whole harry potter world. she didn't give up and she became a writer.
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    I don't actually idolise them, they are just my inspiration.

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