Well, I just got done reading a 1500 page book on the Kennedy’s so it sure wouldn’t be him. I’m still trying to figure out why he was president.
I think I’m going with Princess Diana. She died too young with two young boy left behind and she wasn’t a weirdo (that we know of) and was trying to help many people. I really think she was a good person and not mixed up with alcohol and drugs.
Elvis.. definitely. I’d meet him with a rehab counselor and ask him to autograph EVERYTHING! (Just in case he didn’t stay clean and somehow ended up dead again quickly!)
Really, none of the above . I’d bring back my dear friend Brenda so I could ask her a very important question: “WHY?”
I think I’d go with Elvis, mainly because I don’t want to see JFK or Diana back. Diana might have been a good person, but there was so much unhealthy hype built up around her, I don’t need that back in my face again. I guess that was true of Elvis too – maybe it just seemed less intense because technology hadn’t caught up with vice yet.
Without a doubt..Princess Diana. She has children to take care of she left such a legacy. I feel she could have done so much more good for the world. She wasn’t ruining her life with drugs or alcohol. Princess Diana worked to support a number of charities. She also visited the starving kids in Africa and worked as a humanitarian leader. She didn’t consider herself a princess and shied away from that title. I saw a lot of good in her!
I would go with Princess Dianna.She was a young mom and she tried helping out the less fortunate.
That was a sad day when she died.I cried.Especially for her boys.
I would go with Princess Dianna! She was too young to die and left behind two children. Also because as far as I know anyway, she wasn’t a womaniser, drug addict or weirdy.
another one here for Princess Dianna.
elvis is still alive somewhere. not even gonna comment on the other 2.
I would have to go with Princess Di as well.
I am also for Princess Dianna…that was just tragic.
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