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What do these historical figures have in common?

Tell me if you admire any of these historical figures and I will tell you something they all had in common:

Abraham Lincoln
Benjamin Franklin
Henry David Thoreau
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Rosa Parks
Sir Isaac Newton
Socrates
Susan B. Anthony
Mahatma Gandhi
Buddha
Albert Einstein
Albert Schweitzer
Jane Goodall
Plato
Isaac Bashevis Singer
J.D. Salinger
Jean-Jacque Rosseau
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Immanual Kant
Plato
Coretta Scott King
Franz Kafka
Charles Darwin
Emily Dickinson
Vincent Van Gogh
Dizzie Gillespie
Gustave Flaubert
H.G. Wells
Louisa May Alcott
Epicurus
George Harrison
Paul McCartney
Ringo Starr
John Lennon
Leo Tolstoy
Leonardo DaVinci
George Bernard Shaw
William Blake
Voltaire
Mark Twain
Mary Shelley
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Lord Byron
Mr. Rogers
Nikola Tesla
Pythagoras
Plutarch
Rainer Maria Rilke

So, what do all of these folks have in common? Every single one of them was a vegetarian.

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3 thoughts on “What do these historical figures have in common?

  1. VIP Boo on said:

    Oh Lord! Isn’t Sara Palin a vegitarian? I know she likes to kill things, but I don’t think she eats them. It’s just for sport.

  2. ginavivinetto on said:

    Hell no, Palin is a rabid hunter and carnivore. However, the guy who wrote her Republican Convention speech is a vegetarian and I don’t know how he could work for her.

  3. Albert Schweitzer was NOT vegetarian. And Einstein only became vegetarian at the very end of his life.

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