On The Spot

Who is the most influential person in history?

Larry Cohen
Leonardo da Vinci. He was one of the most creative inventors of all time;
his inventions are still with us today.
~ Larry Cohen, Beacon (Dad)


Melissa Cohen
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, because he saved the world from being
taken over by the Axis powers.
~ Melissa Cohen, Beacon (Daughter)


Thomy Majoneza
Eve, because without her there would have been no da Vinci or Roosevelt.
~ Thomy Majoneza, Cold Spring

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One thought on “On The Spot

  1. I know of or about too many such individuals to rank anyone of them as No. 1. Instead…. I’ll just go with the Lord.

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