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You can meet any figure from history.... watch

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    For me it would bet Leonardo da Vinci it would be so cool to ask him about how he thought things through and just to hang around with a genius at uni.
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    Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein.
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein.
    You can only choose one who would it be, Edison or Einstein?
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    You can only choose one who would it be, Edison or Einstein?
    Edison, then.
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    Audrey Hepburn
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    Edison, then.

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    Audrey Hepburn
    What would you talk about? With Leornado da Vinci I'd talk about his work as an architect and ask him why he didn't get things built etc. but mainly It'd just be cool going to university with this renaissance genius I'd be so proud.
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    ...who would it be?



    For me it would bet Leonardo da Vinci it would be so cool to ask him about how he thought things through and just to hang around with a genius at uni.
    Iyesau Tokugawa
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    (Original post by apronedsamurai)
    Iyesau Tokugawa
    Is he a samurai?
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    What would you talk about? With Leornado da Vinci I'd talk about his work as an architect and ask him why he didn't get things built etc. but mainly It'd just be cool going to university with this renaissance genius I'd be so proud.
    I'd ask for life advice :yep:

    Then talk about her life and career etc
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    Is he a samurai?
    Well yes.

    But more than that, he became Shogun, unified the whole of Japan, and was insturmental in the ending of the so called Sengoku Jidai (warring period) that ravaged the entirety of the Japanese nation. Codifying the laws of the land, introducing a formal constitution of the rights and duties of the ruling class of samurai, he was also instrumental in promoting expansionist policies that saw crucial trade links formed with China, Korea and even European nations.
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    (Original post by apronedsamurai)
    Well yes.

    But more than that, he became Shogun, unified the whole of Japan, and was insturmental in the ending of the so called Sengoku Jidai (warring period) that ravaged the entirety of the Japanese nation. Codifying the laws of the land, introducing a formal constitution of the rights and duties of the ruling class of samurai, he was also instrumental in promoting expansionist policies that saw crucial trade links formed with China, Korea and even European nations.

    Sounds cool.
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    Sounds cool.
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    Friedrich Nietzsche. Father of Superman.



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    Gustav Stresseman, Neville Chamberlain or D'Annunzio
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    i hope all you da vinci guys can speak italian/latin
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    i hope all you da vinci guys can speak italian/latin

    I'm sure he could teach me he's genius.
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