All the above, man or animal, have their place in history and in our hearts. But as the old country song said "Who's gonna fill their shoes, who's gonna stand that tall".
Courage-being scared to death but saddling up anyway. John Wayne
If you don't know where you're going, every road will get you there.
Pick your battles. Be sure they're small enough to win but big enough to matter.
ďDonít wave your phony patriotism in MY face! If you really love America, open your wallet and hire an American kid to build what you buy. Doug Fraser (paraphrased) 1980
Real Americans buy American.
My greatest sports hero is Stan "The MAN" Musial.
He did it right!
In my heart he is the greatest.
Stan b & Elvis
getting this thread back on track about the greatest
Got to watch Sandy Koufax when I was in elementary school, I listened to the broadcast the night he threw the no hitter against the Cubs, still remember the call by Vin Scully
Tennis fans the greatest has to be Rod Laver
Bowling afficianados - Earl Anthony
and for the real Track and Field pole vaulter - Bob Seagren......sprinter Michael Johnson....miler Jim Ryan..hurdler Edwin Moses...
Tenors- Luciano Pavarotti greatest tenor of all time!
One of my favorite songs to sing! Pavarotti !!
Track- Michael Johnson, Carl Lewis, Usain Bolt are all pretty good!
Basketball, MJ, and Magic were both dynamic to see in person!! Saw Mj grab a lob pass from Pippen that I swear was above the backboard!! Course it was in Denver so lighter air
AFC Iron Lines Sergeant Pepper "Pepper"
FC FTCH Westwood's Sunday Silence "Buck"
Sweet Swingin' Fred MH ***
"I'm tha baaad man fom Borga, Tek-thas. I'm Duth-ta Rhodths, thu 'mer'cun dweam, thu towuh uf powuh, too sthweet ta be sthow-uh!" Dusty Rhodes, common introduction quoted from match vs. abdulah the butcher on georgia championship wrestling hosted by gordon solie, circa 1976.
translation, "i am the bad man from borger, texas. i am dusty rhodes, the American dream, the tower of power, too sweet to be sour!"