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YASSSSSSSSSSS!!! Whew else but the QUEEN!??! YASSSSSSS!!!
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No one will remember Jobs or Williams in 50 years time.
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Who Else?!

Career Grand Slam in your 20s? Been there done that. Career golden slam your 30s?
There's only 1.
Serena.
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No one will remember Jobs or Williams in 50 years time.
If people are still talking about Billie Jean King, you had BETTER believe they'll be speaking of the GOAT. Sit your hating ass down. You clearly lack a formal education.
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QUEEN!!!!!

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SHOW these gurls your mental prowess!!

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False



They're already teaching the children about the goodness of The Lord.

Career Grand Slam in your 20s? Been there done that. Career golden slam your 30s?
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No words for the Queen
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I bought this magazine a week ago It's pretty expensive by the way! 14 bucks

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Yeah, riiiiight
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If people are still talking about Billie Jean King, you had BETTER believe they'll be speaking of the GOAT. Sit your hating ass down. You clearly lack a formal education.
I'm not hating, just stating. And people are talking about BJK as one of the founders of WTA and 13-times slam champ, but outside of tennis her influence is slim to none.
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They're already teaching the children about the goodness of The Lord.
And 50 years from now they'll put a popular athlete of that era on such cover.

It just struck me immediately upon seeing the Time cover that Williams' and Jobs' influence will be inexorably limited to the era they lived in, whereas Shakespeare and particularly Einstein's influence is more everlasting.
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No one will remember Jobs or Williams in 50 years time.
Stay pressed because your fave could never done it in a million years.
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