Tuesday, March 28, 2017

What makes a Legend

Band wise, a legend is someone whose name carries or has carried weight in their time and is still mentioned in subjects of contrast comparison today. Generally, we identify them as a distinguished person, a major innovator in his or her craft of expertise. By default, this disqualifies anyone who is considered an old head/old school. Performing among the Legendary doesn't automatically make you a legend. You could have played for the Bulls in 1995 but if were a sub for Scottie Pippen you probably ain't a legend. If your stats were irrelevant as compared to those who made your team legendary, you're probably not a legend. Then there are those who have surpassed legendary status. They are more than likely deceased or by far incomparable to others. Should we acknowledge those who have surpassed legendary status as Titans? Maybe so.

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