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Flash525

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#1 6 years ago

Figured we could do with having a bit of fun, so decided to enrol on a game of 'what if'. Specifically (on this occasion), if you could resurrect a single person from our History, who would your chosen person be, and what would your reason be?

Nice simple question, now for the sensible results and explanations.




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#2 6 years ago

Assuming that you're also meaning very recent history rather than the typical decades-history... I'd say Luciano Pavarotti.

He's my idol and his death was a great, great loss to the world of opera. His voice was one of a kind and his vocal technique was astonishingly perfect. Pavarotti had a great personality as both an artist and person – people couldn't help but love him. So did I.

Not to mention he donated a lot of money and other matters to child cancer and did quite a lot for charity in general. 'twas a real shame to hear that his death was due to pancreatic cancer; one of the things he pretty much wanted to battle for humanity.

If only he was eternal, I'd live a much happier life attending to his concerts and opera performances. And perhaps even meet him in person for master classes regarding vocal study.

P.S.: You may want to correct the thread title; Ressurection->Resurrection. =p


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#3 6 years ago

I'd resurrect either H.G Wells or George Orwell. I love both of these authors works and I'd love to bring them back to either have them continue writing or just sit down with them, drink scotch and discuss their works. Seriously, that's my book-nerd wet dream right there.




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#4 6 years ago

Jesus Christ. Just so I could ask him how he feels about a religion, supposedly based on his teachings, that uses the crucifix as its symbol because he had been nailed to it after extreme physical violence and died on it.

Pretty sure he's been face-palming for the past two thousand years.




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#5 6 years ago

Carl Sagan.




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#6 6 years ago

Leonardo Da Vinci.

If you're going to bring back someone; why not bring back the most talented to ever walk the Earth? He'd make apps out the ass.




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#7 6 years ago

Probably some physicist, biologist or the like who was involved in relatively recent research that'd be a benefit to some folks.




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#8 6 years ago

Ezio Auditore da Firenze.

....wait you mean he wasn't real? Aw shit, well there goes that idea. :/

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#9 6 years ago

Fyurii;5594513Jesus Christ. Just so I could ask him how he feels about a religion, supposedly based on his teachings, that uses the crucifix as its symbol because he had been nailed to it after extreme physical violence and died on it.

Pretty sure he's been face-palming for the past two thousand years.

Him and all other prophets, religious leaders, saints, demi-gods and the like. They'd probably have to say a thing or two about and to those who claim to follow their preachings and do their biddings.

I wouldn't be suprised if these beloved leaders would be exciled or murdered as traitors, spies or terrorist scum...




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#10 6 years ago

William Hartnell. :)




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