BGP QOTD: You can bring one performer back to life. Who would it be?

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    I'm going with Jesus. How cool would it be to witness a few miracles?
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    Rodney Dangerfield and Jonathan Winters

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    '05-'10 Lamar Odom would eat in today's NBA. Has that Kardashian been charged yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    I'm going with Jesus. How cool would it be to witness a few miracles?
    I'm of the belief that Jesus is very much alive already. I see His miracles every day of my life in church, in my family and in those I meet.

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    Tupac Shakur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    Tupac Shakur.
    I was waiting for you to post that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    I was waiting for you to post that one.
    You already know. I would have LOVED to have seen what that man would have became.

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    I picked Clark Gable or Patsy Cline, Papaw picked Jim Reeves or Buddy Holley. Lots of you probably don't even know these performers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic Mamaw View Post
    I picked Clark Gable or Patsy Cline, Papaw picked Jim Reeves or Buddy Holley. Lots of you probably don't even know these performers.
    I certainly know them all. Legends.. all of them.
    Tell pawpaw great pick with Gentleman Jim Reeves. One of the great country crooners in the planet's history. Little know factoid: Elton John started out as a teenager singing in small pubs in England. Whose songs did he sing???? Jim Reeves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    I certainly know them all. Legends.. all of them.
    Tell pawpaw great pick with Gentleman Jim Reeves. One of the great country crooners in the planet's history. Little know factoid: Elton John started out as a teenager singing in small pubs in England. Whose songs did he sing???? Jim Reeves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    I certainly know them all. Legends.. all of them.
    Tell pawpaw great pick with Gentleman Jim Reeves. One of the great country crooners in the planet's history. Little know factoid: Elton John started out as a teenager singing in small pubs in England. Whose songs did he sing???? Jim Reeves
    We did not know that about Elton John, whose music I like. One of our sons loves Jim Reeves and also one of our grandsons who plays banjo in a little band at college. He is so intense about grades, it's a great way to vent his stress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic Mamaw View Post
    We did not know that about Elton John, whose music I like. One of our sons loves Jim Reeves and also one of our grandsons who plays banjo in a little band at college. He is so intense about grades, it's a great way to vent his stress.

    The clear, velvety smooth, mellow baritone of Jim's unique voice is the male equivalent of Karen Carpenter's . Just wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    The clear, velvety smooth, mellow baritone of Jim's unique voice is the male equivalent of Karen Carpenter's . Just wonderful.
    Absolutely and Karen another star who went too soon. Loved almost every album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    For me it would be someone who died way too young - unrealized potential.

    Heath Ledger or River Phoenix. Maybe John Belushi.
    I agree with mcpapa on choosing someone who died way to young, but I'm going to add something as well to. I want to say that I'm going to chose someone that died a tragic death. To me , someone dying of a drug overdose isn't tragic because they were doing something they shouldn't have been doing and knew it. It still sad but not tragic. With that said I'm going with Pat Tillman. To me he was a celebrity and died doing something heroic.

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