Charles de Gaulle Kennedy King and George Ouagadougou or Ouaga, Burkina Faso, West Africa Saturday, September 8, 2007
There is a street in Ouagadougou named Charles de Gaulle.
Charles de Gaulle John F. Kennedy and King George Martin Luther King
I am not sure who is the winner, however, Charles de Gaulle is a good contender on Street Name Immortality.
King George has a good lock on City Name Immortality and Island Name Immortality.
Kennedy and de Gaulle are whooping it up as Airport Name Immortality.
Martin Luther King and Kennedy are neck and neck on Name the Bridge Immortality.
Charles de Gaulle, maybe a wanna be King, and King George did the put my name on everything to be immortal, and Kennedy and King got shot to be immortal, however, Kennedy was good at the Airports and Bridges before he got shot.
Who will live in the memory of man the longest, who can keep their name on the lips of man forever?
I suppose George Washington also done a fine job, don’t make me King, but please name your child and a street after me.
I suppose there has to be a Make a Movie Immortality also, I am sure Kennedy does well in this in this age, but who can say 500 years from now who will be the immortal giant of the name being remembered far into the future.
I guess, my vote is on…. Jefferson, Einstein and Edison.
Kennedy and De Gaulle will lose, Martin Luther King will flop out of sight and George Washington will hold his own.
I think Thomas Jefferson may continue to rise and bloom with time.