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  •  Lincoln was a tall man and a vampire hunter (2+ / 0-)
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    like Mr West, and like Mr West, he was born in Atlanta and lived in Florida, where he met and married Mary Todd Lincoln, who later, after the death of her first husband Abraham Lincoln, married her second husband Allen West, becoming Mary Todd Lincoln West.  

    Mary Todd Lincoln West and her husband Allen West, had several children, including one William Wallace West nee Lincoln who died during the Civil War, another Robert Todd West nee Lincoln who went on to be Secretary of War, and of course, Austen and Aubrey (Lincoln) West.  

    As a young man, West like Lincoln was well known as both excessively lazy and a brawny rail splitter who wrestled crocodiles with a Aussie accent.  How he was able to discern and only wrestle crocodiles who spoke with Australian accents remains one of histories greatest conundrums.  

    Assiduously schooled by Mr West while attending high school in Florida, Lincoln wrote some long-winded speech blah blah blah "Four score and seven years ago..." which are virtually lost to history, eclipsed by Mr West's more famous and poetic words (after firing a pistol at prisoner Hamoodi's head) "...It's possible I was wrong about Mr Hamoodi"

    To paraphrase the words of great Bard Allen W Shakespeare "Some are born great, some achieve greatness, some are Allen West."  QED.

    "Out of Many, One Nation." This is the great promise of the United States of America -9.75 -6.87

    by Uncle Moji on Tue Dec 04, 2012 at 08:32:12 PM PST

    •  And some are just (1+ / 0-)
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      the Wild, Wild, shooting his pistol, West.

      Warmest regards,


      I would rather die from the acute effects of a broken heart than from the chronic effects of an empty heart. Copyright, Dr. David W. Smith, 2011

      by Translator on Wed Dec 05, 2012 at 02:07:39 AM PST

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