Asked on Alvarado Street in Monterey
Thursday, March 23, 2006
Q: IT’S WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH. WHO’S THE COOLEST WOMAN IN HISTORY?
Follow-Up: What can woman leaders do that men can’t?
JOLITA KLINAVICIUTE | Server | Carmel
A: Mother Teresa. I really like her life story and her quotes like, “it is important to love and be loved.” She knew what was most important: help, sacrifice, forgiveness, love, and spirituality.
Beyond Looks: Radiate beauty from the inside out.
MARK WILSON | Realtor | Pebble Beach
A: Frida Kahlo. She had a unique artistic vision and overcame incredible personal and physical traumas to explore her art. She lived a life full of interesting people and interesting times.
Ballsy Claim: Bring a non-testosterone-charged perspective to issues.
KIM HALLOWELL | Student | Seaside
A: Julia Butterfly, the environmental activist who traveled up to Northern California and lived in a tree for almost a year to protect it from loggers. She had real conviction.
Selfless Rule: Think about everyone and not just what they can get out of it.