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Which forlorn figure from long ago would be astonished at how popular he or she has become?
says ChuckTom on Mar 29th 17 (#807316)

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Van Gogh is a good choice. How about Herman Melville?
says PhilboydStudge on Mar 29th 17 (#2533605)
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Elvis
says StarzAbove on Mar 29th 17 (#2533638)
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Tesla
says Carla on Mar 30th 17 (#2533670)
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Plath
says Wunderscore on Mar 30th 17 (#2533678)
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says dru18 on Mar 30th 17 (#2533688)
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That was going to be my answer. (a)
says JanHaskell on Mar 30th 17 (#2533724)
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James Dean http://data.amirite.net/user_im...c6a6241c9e.jpg
says JanHaskell on Mar 30th 17 (#2533723)
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Friedrich Nietzsche.
says Tiffanee on Mar 30th 17 (#2533755)
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Socrates.
says ZonkeyBalls on Mar 30th 17 (#2533818)
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Anne Frank...I imagine she'd be surprised to find out that her family's time spent hiding from Nazis in a secret annex behind a bookshelf had been adapted into a Broadway musical. http://data.amirite.net/user_im...cf4f26b5a4.jpg
says ProdigalSon on Mar 30th 17 (#2533819)
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Very true! I'm sure she never dreamed that her little journal would bring her into the hearts of generations of people all over the world. (l)
says JanHaskell on Mar 30th 17 (#2533895)
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