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Francesca Romano
Francesca Romano
Well-Connected

Mar-26-2013 18:47

Well, since we're very good with this whodunnit thing, I decided to launch this little game here.
It's pretty simple. I am someone (person, cartoon, book character, whatever) and everyone else can have a guess at who I am.
The one who guesses it has the next round, and we'll try to guess on him/her.
I hope this works. :-)
To start, I'll give you all one hint: I'm a real person.

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Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon
Nomad

Jul-7-2013 04:21

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_M._Schulz Sounds like the man.

If it is, well-played Breit. :)
And Art, you're amazing.

Art S. Revolutionary
Art S. Revolutionary
Old Shoe

Jul-7-2013 08:44

I was trying to think of any writer that would be geared towarded children. My first big thought was Dr. Seuss but he didn't have any kids so it couldn't be him.

Bela Talbot III
Bela Talbot III
Con Artist

Jul-7-2013 08:47

Great, you're up next! :)

Art S. Revolutionary
Art S. Revolutionary
Old Shoe

Jul-7-2013 10:38

Should we wait for Breit to verify?

Breitkat
Breitkat
Pinball Amateur

Jul-7-2013 16:00

No need, Art, you're right!! ;-D Good job!! ;-)

Charles Monroe Schulz was best known as the icon and creator of the modern cartoon, "Peanuts". Born in 1922 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Schulz was a staff sargeant during World War II. His first cartoon was published in 1937, and he published his last "Peanuts" strip in 1999. He was and still is the hometown hero of both Minneapolis and Santa Rosa, California, where he moved with his family in 1969. His cartoons are still published all over the world today, 13 years after his death. "Peanuts" inspired a number of books and television shows. He was an active supporter of ice sports, especially ice skating and hockey. He owned the first and only ice skating arena in the North Bay of California. He was also an environmentalist and philanthropist for children for many decades. His youngest daughter, Meredith Hodges, is a well-known horse and mule trainer. "Sparky" Schulz based his cartoons on his life and experiences, and "Peanuts" is still one of the most popular creations the world over. He was a talented, wonderful man, and he's missed. ;-)

Congratulations, ART!! ;-D ;-D ;-D

So, Art, who's next?? ;-)

Breit

luc pfeiffer
luc pfeiffer
Red-Nosed

Jul-7-2013 16:16

Awwww, and I didn't even get to bring out my hints about Woodstock, root beer and the Red Baron. Or Spike either. Nuts. L

Art S. Revolutionary
Art S. Revolutionary
Old Shoe

Jul-7-2013 17:06

Okay, here goes...I'm "kind of" a real person. ;)

Daenerys Targaryen
Daenerys Targaryen
Bibliophile

Jul-7-2013 23:38

Interesting description :). Could "kind of" a real person mean that it's a real person represented in a literary work such as a play or novel, or in some other media?

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

Jul-8-2013 04:41

Or that it's not a human being?

Art S. Revolutionary
Art S. Revolutionary
Old Shoe

Jul-8-2013 05:33

I am:
Based on a real person

Not:
In a literary work


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