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Who would YOU choose for the cover of the "new" SPLHCB?
11 May 2011
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MCA (of course)

Freddie Mercury

Jim Mac (Father of paul-mccartney)

 

And Morten Harket a-hard-days-night-paul-1 (Ironic, Right) 

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I know this is an old thread, but couldn't resist...

 

1. Snoopy (The Peanuts deserve some respect)

 

2. Bono (I like his sunglasses stuart-sutcliffe)

 

3. Coco Chanel (My inspiration!)

 

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28 August 2011
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Didnt know this existed.

 

1. Buddy Holly (a legend)

2. J.F.K.

3. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

And the lady who invented the sewing machine.

 

As for the various objects: Doctor Who's T.A.R.D.I.S., Hobbes (from Calvin and Hobbes) and yes Snoopy, no, the whole Peanuts gang.

 

Edit: I forgot Columbo, the greatest tv detective.

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13 September 2011
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Frank Zappa

Fred Flintstone

Ronald McDonald

Harpo Marx

George Carlin

Billie Holiday

Marty Feldman

Carol Burnett

Hank Aaron

Bender

14 September 2011
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meanmistermustard said:

And the lady who invented the sewing machine.

 

It was actually a guy named Elias Howe... which is admittedly a very strange name for a guy.

 

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8I got that completely wrong. Ive always read the end of the Help! movie as "dedicated to the memory of Mrs Elias Howe" but it definately says Mr. Oops.

Im sure his wife was involved somewhere with moral support and help in bringing about its design and completion. Behind every great man is a great woman.

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1 November 2011
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Frank Zappa. Kurt Cobain. Robert Palmer. President Obama.

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I forgot Philo T. Farnsworth!!a-hard-days-night-john-3

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Frank Zappa, Hunter S Thompson, and Sinead O'Connor.


24 January 2013
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Robert Plant

Jerry Garcia (that ones for my dad)

Jimi Hendrix

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24 January 2013
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Elvis, Robert Plant, Freddie Mercury, Obama, Fred Flinstone (nice one), or Scooby Doo perhaps, Kurt Cobain, Frank Zappa, 80s Madonna perhaps, Queen Elizabethahdn_george_06, Dumbledore, Terry Pratchett, Heath Ledger, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter perhaps, Jimi Hendrix, Roger Waters, David Gilmour

24 January 2013
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Cant remember if i posted a list in here.

Mine would include Mal Evans, Animal (from the Muppets), Sherlock Holmes, Freddie Mercury, Kenneth Williams, Johnny Cash, Doctor Who (as played by Christopher Eccleston), Snoopy, Buddy Holly, Kendall Payne (one of my fave singers but not that well known). I think i'd take Elvis as well. There will be others, people who have made a real difference and i admire a lot but at the moment i cant think who.

I really want a politician from my generation, someone from the UK who made a stand for what he believed in and didnt just talk drivel and make empty promises to stay in power and look good, but thinking hard i cant think of one. Thats depressing.

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In an earlier post I had mentioned...

Barack Obama (not a big fan but he did make history), Pablo Picasso (see Band on the Run) and Martin Luther King.

I will add Roberto Clemente and Mark Lewisohn...provided he gets that damned book out sometime this year.a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

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25 January 2013
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Bill Clinton, Oprah (probably the most powerful person in the world right now), and Frankie Valli.

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I'll take Martin Luther King for my list. a-hard-days-night-john-5 Very stupid omission.a-hard-days-night-ringo-14a-hard-days-night-ringo-13  I wish i could think of other significant figures in history as i know there are plenty i would have on the cover. Grrrrr!!!!

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25 January 2013
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Lemme think, who else would I add?

Robert Moog
Audrey Hepburn
Grigori Rasputin
Mark Twain
Wassily Kandinsky
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Bootsy Collins
and Martin Scorsese

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meanmistermustard said
I'll take Martin Luther King for my list. a-hard-days-night-john-5 Very stupid omission.a-hard-days-night-ringo-14a-hard-days-night-ringo-13  I wish i could think of other significant figures in history as i know there are plenty i would have on the cover. Grrrrr!!!!

Well, there's Oprah, and Genghis Khan has 0.5 percent of the worlds male population as descendants. That's pretty intense, though I don't understand why that only includes men, was he a double y or something?

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Not a fan of Oprah. I havent seen much of it but it appears to have a lot of emotional mush and stroke celeb egos. Wasnt it Oprah when Ton Cruise acted a complete pillock - for that alone it deserves a demotion?  

Oh The A-Team - how could i forget them? George Peppard was an absolute legend and its still amazing to see him on screen.

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Kramer

Batman

Spongebob

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meanmistermustard said
Not a fan of Oprah. I havent seen much of it but it appears to have a lot of emotional mush and stroke celeb egos. Wasnt it Oprah when Ton Cruise acted a complete pillock - for that alone it deserves a demotion?

Like her or not, you can't deny the power she has over the whole world. Practically the most historically significant person of the twenty-first century. Basically, she picked the president of The United States, and she brought education to Africa. And yeah, that was on Oprah that Tom Cruise did that.

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