easy weeks wrote:
Who do you think it would be? It doesn't matter what the circumstances were or are, if he is was/is bad or good person, or even deserved the incredible life he experienced.
I want your opinion on what man, in all of world history up to now, from birth to death (or present if still alive) has had who you feel to be the best, most fortunate, lucky, incredible, wonderful, remarkable - whatever you want to call it - life.
Easy. Ringo Starr. Guy has zero talent. Just in the right place at the right time.
Tell that to the Beatles' first two drummers. The thing is, the Beatles were All-Stars who, in the ruthless manner of all great bands, demanded the very best. It wasn't a coincidence that George Martin gravitated toward them. If Ringo wasn't one of the very best, then the Beatles would've canned him very fast.
Is luck not when preparation meets opportunity?
With all due respect to him and to the role he played in his "luck", maybe Louis Zamperini would be a candidate.
Justin Verlander, makes millions playing baseball, and dates Kate upton
Made a fortune as a mega movie star with limited acting skills
Married to NK during her best years
I'd start with NFL kickers; if they get the gig, it is hard to replace them. So I would go with David Akers.
What was such a peerless Spanish beauty doing with such a ninkampoop?
What kind of water do snooker players drink?
No probs, see you later.