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    Ah....how about Cleopatra, Margaret Tatcher, Madame Curie, .....Moses wife..poor guy must have been nagged to death for bringing all those animals home, I bet she is the one who slipped the fleas just to get even with him...

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    Jorge,
    Interesting that your information on the origin of fleas coincides perfectly with mine.

    I vote for Lady Godiva---I have always stood in awe at her horse(wo)manship and her sense of fairplay in taxation.
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    Besides, isn't every photographer a bit of a Peeping Tom?
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    Hey!!!!! Easy there, Aggie wanted us to own up...Owning up is one thing...baring one's soul is another. I only noticed the ladies ability to protest taxation and handle the darned horse, I swear!!!!
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    Aggie, I think that King Christian took credit for the creation of "comparative analysis"
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    1. Kim Basinger
    2. Catherine Zeta Jones
    (ok so I'm shallow)
    3. Jackie O
    4. Indira Gandhi
    5. Charis
    6. A series on female serial killers
    7. Queen E II
    8. Aggie
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    Yes, but Catherine Zeta Jones will sue you if she doesn't like the pictures....
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    First, I want it on record that I did NOT restrict the previous thread to men.

    That being said, here are my choices:

    1. Joan of Arc

    2. Lucrecia Borgia

    3. Catherine d'Medici

    4. Eva Braun (sp? Hitler's Mistress)

    5. Marie Curie

    6. Elanor Roosevelt

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    Who was the queen of England who was famous for rolling heads? Like my earlier responses to this Q, I suggest a good 8x10 contact view of her face...the look in her eye, her soul peering out...

    And Ashley Judd, of course. What's a fantasy photo shoot without Ashley Judd in the house???

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