Category Archives: presidents

Viral Link Top Ten: The Mad Hatter Edition

10. Secret iPhone Factory Photos!

A woman finds her new iPhone has some top-secret pics on it…

9. “Why So Serious?” Dollar Bill

I’m tempted to do this to my own money, but isn’t it illegal???

8. The Six Worst Comic Book Husbands

Sure, they can fight crime…but what about their skills as a hubby?

7. Princess Chunk The Cat

We are looking for the owner of a 44-pound cat. LOL.

6. Paranoia Sweater

Come out, come out of your deceitful yarn paradise…

5. Johnny Depp To Play Mad Hatter In Tim Burton Alice Flick

I always thought Tim looked like the Mad Hatter, actually…

4. Viper-Flavored Ice-Cream

Dairy that bites…

3. The Night Owls

The best webcomic you’re not reading yet.

2. Keira Knightley Refuses Digital Boob Jobs

…and becomes icon for smaller-breasted women everywhere.

1. George W. Bush as The Joker…

…by Drew Friedman in Vanity Fair!

Trailer: Oliver Stone’s Bush Biopic “W”

I was a big fan of Oliver Stone’s earlier stuff like “Platoon” and “JFK,” so I’m wondering how this film’ll be. Initial impression: the way it’s presented in this trailer, it’s like a stoner from an 80’s comedy eventually became president of the United States.

Weird U.S. Presidential Trivia

Robert Todd Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln, was at the scene of or nearby three presidential assassinations — his father’s, William McKinley’s, and James Garfield’s. He was also once saved from possible injury or death by Edwin T. Booth, the brother of his father’s assassin John Wikes Booth.

Only five United States presidents had facial hair when they took office, the latest one being Benjamin Harrison in 1889.

George Washington might have had a set of false teeth — but he made sure each of his six horses had their teeth brushed every day!

Harry Truman popularized the saying, “If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.”

Lyndon B. Johnson was married to his wife with a $2.50 wedding ring he bought at Sears.

Ronald Reagan was the only president to wear a Nazi uniform (for a movie!)

George Washington owned 300 slaves when he died.

Jimmy Carter was the sixth cousin of Richard Nixon.

George W. Bush was the only U.S. president selected by the Supreme Court.

John F. Kennedy’s right leg was 3/4th of an inch longer than his left, so he had to wear corrective shoes.