who would you like to follow on twitter

If  you could magically choose someone from the past.. to follow on twitter, who would it be?

Cleopatra. To read tweets from life as it was then.. would be amazing.

Aristotle would be cool, but I don’t speak Greek… but I am sure he had lots of interesting things to tweet about.

Freud.. nods, that would be cool, but I think we would argue a lot, frankly I think he was a bit sexist. *nods*

Plato.. oh yes. but again that Greek thing will cause problems… *pouts* no sense mentioning Socrates either then…

Amelia Earhart. Definitely. She would have lots to tweet about. This was the classic woman in a mans world and doing it so well.. well until that last flight. 

Pocahontas…  hmm, well would be a lot of went into forest for food.. saw funny people in ugly boat arrive.. there goes the neighbourhood…  but still very interesting. 

Jane Goodall.. another definite. *nods lots* her studies with chimpanzees would make fascinating tweets.

 Dr. Seuss…   thinks he had a very interesting mind. and all his tweets would rhyme. 

Elizabeth Blackwell ..  now her tweets would be amazing. a pioneer in medicine, the first woman to get a M.D.

Princess Diana..    her tweets.. can you imagine them, the things she went through. 

oh there are many many others, as you start to think more come to mind. 

and last and definitely not least, My father. *nods lots*

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