Thursday, November 23, 2006

The Top 100

You're not on this list. Neither am I.

The Top 100: "The Top 100 The most influential figures in American history."

3 comments:

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Plenty of room for arguement. I'd slip King and Ronnie Raygun much lower, leave off the Mormons completely, and put Earl Warren in jail.

Todd Mason said...

I'd jail Raygun at least as readily, myself (and he was no architect of the right, but a damned good cheerleader for it). It's about as stupid a list as I'd expect from the current ATLANTIC...Walton yes, but Woolworth or Sears, no. That's perspective. Not too upset about King's placement, unless CBN you're referring to Elvis's.

Anders Engwall said...

Aw, come on. Elvis above Armstrong? What rubbish. And where are, say, Raymond Chandler, Duke Ellington and Cole Porter?