2017-03-16 / Opinion

On the Spot:

BY KRISTIN N. COMPTON
Gulf Breeze News


“No. No privacy if you’re famous.” 
Jamie LafeverTennessee “No. No privacy if you’re famous.” Jamie LafeverTennessee Would you want to be famous: and if so, for what?



“Only for doing something good; not famous for like being a rockstar or anything. [I would want to] be famous for doing something substantial for the community, or doing something like finding a cure for cancer or something like that.” 
William CunninghamGulf Breeze “Only for doing something good; not famous for like being a rockstar or anything. [I would want to] be famous for doing something substantial for the community, or doing something like finding a cure for cancer or something like that.” William CunninghamGulf Breeze

“Yes, I would love to be famous; probably for something I’ve done myself and not inherited or got lucky, like lotto or anything like that. It would have to be something that I did myself.” 
Steven SykesPensacola “Yes, I would love to be famous; probably for something I’ve done myself and not inherited or got lucky, like lotto or anything like that. It would have to be something that I did myself.” Steven SykesPensacola

“I mean I already am in my own mind; I’m just as famous as I need to be. I mean for nothing in particular and for everything; I think people are famous for who they are… I’ve done a lot of neat stuff, and some days I don’t think that, but most days I do. All that put together makes you who you are and makes me who I am, and that would be what makes me famous.” 
Dave ColbornVirginia “I mean I already am in my own mind; I’m just as famous as I need to be. I mean for nothing in particular and for everything; I think people are famous for who they are… I’ve done a lot of neat stuff, and some days I don’t think that, but most days I do. All that put together makes you who you are and makes me who I am, and that would be what makes me famous.” Dave ColbornVirginia

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