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Pro-Filer thinks I'm cool!!

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#1 14 years ago

I was just wondering, who is your role model/idol and why? Mine is Kevin Rose, he is from an old school computer/tech show called "The Screen Savers" on TechTV. He is my role model/idol because I think he is just amazing. I love computers, and that is what he specializes in. He is just amazing with computers and knows what he is doing. I want to become like him when I'm older. Visit his website to find out more about him; . While your at it, why don't you watch some of his homebrew shows. You'll find them on his site. And no, I'm not advertising, just informing. Now lets here about you guys.


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#2 14 years ago

Hmmm...interesting. The only real role model I have is Jesus Christ. Please, no debates, ok? Let's just leave it at that. ok, next person...


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#3 14 years ago

I'm afraid I don't really have a role model. I admire some people to a certain extent, but I can't say I want to "be them when I grow up".

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#4 14 years ago

There are those who I admire as people and/or for their accomplishements, but I can't say that I have any role models. I genenerally look to my own instincts and judgement to pull me through situations and take the positive/negative feedback of others into consideration to use as inspiration and guidlines along the way.


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#5 14 years ago

i dont have a role model but i admire the president of my country abdul kalam . who was a fisherman's son rose from abject poverty to being the father of india's nuclear program through sheer hard work


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#6 14 years ago

Bill Gates. No explanation needed, really.


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#7 14 years ago

My sister, she's shown me alot of things and taught me even more.

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#8 14 years ago

I guess it would be if I had to chose would be anyone who has earned a good quality history book with their name in the title.

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#9 14 years ago
BeeF FlaPsBill Gates. No explanation needed, really.

:agreed That guy is a businessman in a class of his own. He may be the only person in the world who can get Windows to work properly on his machine, too -- though if the various funny videos floating around the Internet are anything to go by, even he may be powerless to fully control the thing that is Windows... To be honest, I wouldn't really want to be like him though. As successful as him, yes, but not him. I admire his success, not him. I view everybody with a certain degree of contempt at the moment...

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#10 14 years ago

When I was young, it was Bruce, there are none.