X is a 4-year old internet celebrity whose popularity originated in September 2012. X has appeared on the cover of WSJ and in August 2015 it was announced that X would get her own waxwork at Madame Tussaud’s in San Francisco. Identify X.
His father was a Pulitzer Prize winning-poet and his uncle was a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer. In 1959, he confessed at a congressional hearing, “I was involved, deeply involved in a deception. I have deceived my friends and i had millions of them” and he was reduced from glamorous Time magazine cover boy to one of the most reviled men in America. After 49 years, in 2008 he came with all the answers. ID him.
William Wadsworth known more commonly as W. W. Hodkinson, he first designed the ‘X’ logo in 1914. Legend has it that he doodled an image of a star-crested mountain on a napkin during a meeting. It was an image of Pike’s Peak he remembered from his childhood in Pueblo. Identify X.
Charles Beaumont’s short story about straight men being persecuted in a world where homosexuality was the norm, was denied publishing by a famous magazine in 1955. However, an ex-employee of that magazine agreed to publish the story in his own magazine commenting, “If it was wrong to persecute heterosexuals in a homosexual society then the reverse was wrong, too.” ID this ex-employee who ultimately became a multi-millionaire through his entertainment venture.
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