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10 Weird and Bizarre Facts About US Presidents

Published by desertsister in History
September 9th, 2008

This is a really interesting piece of historical trivia which may show the candidates in the race this year aren’t any more weird than previous politicians running for the office of President of the United States.

All people have their quirks and strange habits, some are funny and some are borderline scary strange. Here are some very interesting and bizarre facts about American Presidents I am sure you never learned in High School. Had they taught these interesting tidbits from history you might have paid more attention to politics.

And take note, all Presidents and Presidential Candidates have myths, skeletons and things they want to forget in their past.

  1. The first President of the American colonies was not George Washington. Really! It was John Hanson a Constitutional Congress Representative from Maryland, who was the third President of the US Constitutional Congress from 1781-1782. But was the first representative to serve a full 1 year term and be called President of the United States in Congress Assembled. He also approved and authorized the Great Seal of the United States.
  2. U.S. Grant, while President was issued a speeding ticket for $20 for riding his horse too fast down a Washington street. He was also the first President to run against a woman candidate, Virginia Woodhull the nominee of the “Equal Rights Party” in 1872.
  3. James Garfield could perform a very unique parlor feat that entertained many. He could write in Latin with one hand, while writing in Greek with the other hand at the same time.
  4. Clinton and George W. Bush were not the only draft dodgers of war, Grover Cleveland, was accused by his Presidential Election opposing candidate of being one also, because he paid a man $150 to take his place [which was allowed under the Conscription Act of 1863].
  5. Thomas Jefferson was an avid inventor who is credited with inventing the coat hanger… hideaway bed….and dumbwaiter.
  6. Herbert Hoover’s son had 2 pet alligators. He was also the first President to have a telephone in the White House.
  7.  Jimmy Carter was the first President born in a hospital.
  8. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the USA, is said to be related to 11 other Presidents.
  9. James Madison barely weighed 100 pounds.
  10. Warren Harding played poker at least twice a week and once put an entire set of White House china up to stake his hand and he lost the hand and they china.

Weird bunch of quirks, don’t you think? These are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to US Presidential strange and bizarre factoids.

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  1. Selena Gomez
    Posted October 19, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    this is awesome! everyone should ba able to read these facts!!!

  2. Samatha
    Posted November 6, 2008 at 7:24 pm

    This is way cool!!! It’s awsome!!!

  3. bebe
    Posted November 9, 2008 at 10:08 am

    Cool stuff you found about these guys.

  4. Kayleigh
    Posted November 26, 2008 at 10:34 am

    You’ve gotta be kidding-Washinton not the first president? I’ve heard that but i thought it was a myth, now researching it, he wasn’t!!!!!!! Very interesting- Keep it up!

  5. Ken
    Posted December 10, 2008 at 10:00 am

    George Bush is not a draft dodger. The last time I checked National Guard pilots are not regarded as such.

  6. Pam U
    Posted December 10, 2008 at 3:57 pm

    Entering the National Guard in order to duck the draft to Vietnam, is what George Bush did…so you can call evading or avoiding or dodging the lottery call for his number to send him into the agent orange/napalm infested jungles of Vietnam whatever you like. He still never saw real military battle or faced an enemy on a battlefield, when his peers were dying and coming home damaged beyond (physical and mental) repair!

  7. Joanie
    Posted January 22, 2009 at 10:48 am

    Really awesome stuff, enjoyed it got anymore?

  8. Erika
    Posted January 24, 2009 at 8:54 am

    Awesome info needed some of it for a schiil paper!

  9. Tu-95
    Posted February 9, 2009 at 3:14 pm

    A jess, zads ride. Zees Boooosh, vehn he seeink me, vrom vighter blane, venn I vlying bomberz doo Cuba, he neeeever facink eneeeemy. Meeee not yoooor eneeeeemy … comrade!

    Ha! Ha! Ha!

  10. Littlegirl345
    Posted February 13, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Wow! Really interesting stuff about these guys! Thanks for the info.

  11. Posted February 18, 2009 at 12:42 pm

    Really strange ones I should say.. Laughed for some time.

  12. ms.g
    Posted February 19, 2009 at 12:17 pm

    we are doing a scale of the white house

  13. coral vee
    Posted March 7, 2009 at 9:34 am

    Cool and awesome read!

  14. mbeni
    Posted March 16, 2009 at 11:21 pm

    I have a few. Andrew Johnson was impeached twice. Only three impeachment trials in History. Johnson, Johnson, Clinton.
    Sam Houston was governor of TWO states. Tn and Tx. Only person I know to have been governor of two states and also president of a Republic.
    There have been only two presidents to serve non consecutive terms. Wikipedia says only one but I found another. Groover Cleveland and Sam Houston. BUT!, Sam Houston served non-consecutive terms as the President of The Republic of Texas.
    James Madison was only 5″4!! Napoleon Bonaparte thought to be short was 5′6. Not short, I’m 5′6.

  15. peppypew
    Posted April 27, 2009 at 9:10 am

    Awesome info..used it for a history paper in schoooool!

  16. edgar vill
    Posted May 1, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    those facts are dumb but wierd

  17. Owly55
    Posted May 14, 2009 at 9:10 am

    Used the info for a report at school…thanks!

  18. avilene
    Posted May 26, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    hehe this is so funny i never knew that james madison barely weighed 100 pounds!

  19. Gigglez21
    Posted May 26, 2009 at 2:26 pm

    i used the fun facts for my history brochure in Illinois hehe thks

  20. Ruqiya
    Posted October 21, 2009 at 6:47 am

    This is awesome, I loved it.

  21. Posted January 18, 2010 at 11:11 am

    hi peoples

  22. bayan
    Posted October 20, 2010 at 10:09 pm

    wow this stuff is amazing but i didnt find the president i was looking for

  23. Iamna P
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 6:05 pm

    Serving in the National Guard is SERVING, period. Just because a person did not see war does not mean they did not serve. There are a lot of people serving actively in the military right now that have not and will not go to Iraq or Afghanistan, but they are still serving. There are many people in the Reserves, or Guard that have been activated and been to Iraq or Afghanistan, so saying that a person joins the National Guard to “duck the draft” or use it as a means of “evading or avoiding or dodging” war is a completely ridiculous. It is also moronic of anyone to discount a person’s military service whether active or reserve. Serving in the Reserves is a lot more than most people in this country have the guts to do to protect their own rights and defend their country.

  24. STEVE
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 6:57 pm

    PAM
    STILL PAM..ITS BEEN A FEW YEARS…ARE YOU A LITTLE KID,
    EVER GOING TO GET OVER IT

  25. Jay
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    My Dad served in the US Army Airforce in WWII and never was in a battle or faced an enemy on the battlefield. If you say my Dad never served his country in military service, you and I should talk.

  26. Lynda
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    Well, these things may be interesting, but weird and bizarre? Is it weird and bizarre that Jimmy Carter was born in a hospital and the previous presidents were not (as was normal in their day)? Is it weird and bizarre that Jefferson invented useful things? I felt that only 3 of these are “unusual” and even then, not “weird and bizarre.” A bit of overstatement here, I would say.

  27. Informed
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 8:38 pm

    True, Washington was NOT the first president of the COLONIES. However, after the American Revolution, and the Constitution, Washington was assigned to be America\’s first official president. Washington was the first president of the UNITED STATES, not the COLONIES.

  28. Tim Beeker
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 9:22 pm

    To say Bush was a draft dodger demonstrates quite a bias and a good helping of ignorance to boot. l Gore traipsed around the safe areas of Nam with a de facto bodyguard, but he still served. There WERE Nat’l Guard units in Nam, albeit not as many as active duty army. Bottom line, he did more & faced more danger than the pukes back here demonstating, calling servicemen all sorts of names.

  29. Judy S
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    Interesting factoids! Not weird or bizarre, but very interesting! I love these kinds of little known facts!

  30. JohnC
    Posted February 21, 2011 at 11:36 pm

    Jeferson,

    I do not know that ANY of these statements are ficticious, but I would like to see documintation instead of………….???????

  31. Posted February 22, 2011 at 12:14 am

    These are very interesting.

  32. tobor21
    Posted February 22, 2011 at 12:48 am

    to mbenni who posted on mar 16 2009
    U R WRONG andrew johnson was impeached once was saved by 1 vote
    he was elected to us senate twice 20 years apart-The ONLY president to do it

  33. John M.
    Posted February 22, 2011 at 1:40 am

    President Bush’s commanding officer confirmed that he
    had volunteered to go to Vietnam as part of his service in the Texas Air National Guard, but that he was turned down because other pilots were more experienced and the plane he was primarily trained on was being phased out of combat,

    So everyone who served in the National Guard at that time was a Draft Dodger?

    I wonder how many of you who self-righteously and falsely accused Bush of draft dodging would have chosen to serve your country.

    I guess some of you will say anything about anybody if their world view doesn’t follow lockstep with yours — truth be damned.

  34. Carlota Jones
    Posted February 22, 2011 at 2:22 am

    Get over it, all you Bush people, he was an still is an idiot.. ha ha….

  35. Carla Jones
    Posted February 22, 2011 at 2:22 am

    Get over it, all you Bush people, he was an still is an idiot.. ha ha….

  36. John M.
    Posted February 22, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    I suppose we ‘Bush people’ will stop responding when you all start getting the facts right and quit repeating the stuff you’ve heard in your echo chamber. He was certainly nowhere near being a perfect President (there is no such thing) but he deserves far more credit than the blind Bush haters are willing to give. The same things get said about every Republican President — right on cue.

    …And not that this necessarily means a great deal but — President Bush got substantially better grades in college than either of is rivals for the Presidency, Al Gore and John Kerry.

    If only Obama would allow his transcripts to be seen, maybe we’d see how brilliant he is. There must be proof of his brilliance somewhere…

  37. Carla Jones
    Posted February 24, 2011 at 5:03 pm

    Hey John M… I just think Bush was funny, I don’t like Obama either, in fact the only one President that I did like was Kennedy.. Didn’t mean Bush was a bad person… just funny, and some of the comments were silly too… Some Bush People are just way too sensitive… But then I’m very sensitive about my beliefs also… Just having a little fun here…. Take care, have a good day :)

  38. common sense
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 4:19 am

    let me see.. george W a draft dodger…. i kind of remember hin im the air national guard…just because his unit wasn’t alled to active duty he is a draft dodger?? compare that to slick “i loather the military” willie clinton…and puff the magic negro…no military experience whatsoever

  39. Jeff
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 8:30 am

    George Bush served……unlike the author of this article, I am sure. Let’s see you is a “freelannce writer”, conservation activist and does “pet rescue and foster care”.

    In other words, she is unemployed.

  40. carl
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 9:11 am

    only wish I could have done it.

  41. Larry
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 9:20 am

    I was in the Air Force during Vietnnam. My drill instructor callled us draft dodgers. It was common to call anyone who volunteered for National Guard, Reserves or active AF a draft dodger back then. Those were the most likely ways to comply with the draft and avoid combat. National Guard and Reserves were rarely used in combat back then. In the AF you usually had to volunteer. Not everyone who joined the Guard or Reserves was trying to avoid combat, but everyone I knew who joined a unit was trying to do just that.

    In those days people talked as if joining Guard or Reserves was the same as going to Canada. For sure it’s different today.

  42. New Yorker hiding out in Texas
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 9:48 am

    I note with interest that while several people are (accurately) defending the position that George W Bush was not a draft dodger, no one is defending Clinton as such, because even he admits he got a college deferrment to avoid the draft. Bush, at least, served in some branch of the military.

    If you want a wierd fact about a President from Texas, how about using the little goodie from LBJ’s secret service agents. He liked to walk around naked, even in front of his daughters.

  43. patriot
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 10:12 am

    these are not facts! some are half truths, some are opinions and some are wrong.

  44. Bill Jones
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 10:33 am

    This information was pulled from POTUS, which I consider to be a reliable source. Please check your facts on the telephone (see below).

    Points of Interest:

    Hayes’ father died a few months before he was born.
    Of the five presidents who served in the Civil War, Hayes was the only one to be wounded.
    Arriving in San Francisco on September 8, 1880, Hayes became the first president to visit the West Coast while in office.
    Hayes was the first president to graduate from law school.
    Mrs. Hayes was known as “Lemonade Lucy” because she refused to serve alcohol in the White House.
    Lucy Hayes was the first First Lady to have graduated from college.
    He won the presidency by only one electorial vote.
    He signed the act that permitted women to plead before the Supreme Court.
    The first White House telephone was installed, by Alexander Graham Bell himself, during the Hayes administration.
    The first Easter egg roll on the White House lawn was conducted by Hayes and his wife.

  45. Posted February 25, 2011 at 10:38 am

    Abe Lincoln also paid someone $300.00 to serve in his place. Why is he not mentioned ? This was not Draft Dodging. The same thing Grover Cleveland did yet Mr.Cleveland is considered a Draft Dodger ? What is wrong this picture people ?

  46. Posted February 25, 2011 at 10:40 am

    Since the author got the Bush thing wrong how can we beleive the rest of his so called facts.I sure miss Bush now. Do you know why we never hear from Bush like we always hear from Clinton and or even Carter? It’s because he’s laughing at us for electing this no military/foreigner of a clown President we have now.

  47. Cheryl Steen
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 11:06 am

    George Bush was NOT a draft doger and since the author got such an obvious recent fact WRONG I would not trust the rest either. I agree with drivein.

  48. Jim J
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 11:26 am

    There are thousands of servicemen in the National Guard in harms way that would disagree that joining the Nation Guard is draft dodging.

  49. Andy Patterson
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 11:44 am

    Awesome! Really Awesome! This is Awesome! Way Too Awesome Cool! Awesome!

  50. Mike
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 11:46 am

    Awesome! Really Awesome! This is Awesome! Way Too Awesome Cool! Awesome!

  51. Terry
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 11:57 am

    I know some of you Bush haters really hate FACTS…but here goes
    Bill Clinton evaded the draft by going to England and then writng his draft board from overseas that he would not go..

    George Bush joined the Texas Air National Guard as a pilot earning his wings in a jet aircraft.

    Joining the National Guard is not evading the draft. It is a choice to SERVE. As a veteran of 12 years of the INFANTRY, I say, serving in the Guard during war is honorable. PERIOD…

  52. Arthur E. Collins Jr
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    During the Vietnam so call war we had the draft. Very little of reserves or National Guard units were called up to Active Duity to serve in Viet Nam. No Air National Cuard units were ever called to Active duity to serve in Viet Nam or any place. This was beacuse of the draft and we had a much larger Navy, Marines, Army and Air Fource then we do now. The reasion that so maney of the reseves and National Guard units are being called up now to serve in Afghanistan and Iraq over and over again.Is that we do not have a draft and the Navy, Marines Army and Air Force is much smaller.
    During the Vietnam war when so many who were Drafted were being killed or hurt very badly had no choice. A rich kid who did not want to go to Vietnam could with help get into a reserve or National Guard unit that almost certin would not be called up to go to Active Duity in Vietnam. The Air National Guard was one such unit and that is why Bush went there and a lot of times he did not show up for traning.

  53. Arthur E. Collins Jr
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    During the Vietnam so call war we had the draft. Very little of reserves or National Guard units were called up to Active Duity to serve in Viet Nam. No Air National Cuard units were ever called to Active duity to serve in Viet Nam or any place. This was beacuse of the draft and we had a much larger Navy, Marines, Army and Air Fource then we do now. The reasion that so maney of the reseves and National Guard units are being called up now to serve in Afghanistan and Iraq over and over again.Is that we do not have a draft and the Navy, Marines Army and Air Force is much smaller.
    During the Vietnam war when so many who were Drafted were being killed or hurt very badly had no choice. A rich kid who did not want to go to Vietnam could with help get into a reserve or National Guard unit that almost certin would not be called up to go to Active Duity in Vietnam. The Air National Guard was one such unit and that is why Bush went there and a lot of times he did not show up for traning.

  54. D. L Ward
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    Bush may have been in the Air Naitonal Guard, but he never reported to his Alabama duty station. The Doonesbury cartoonist put up (I think) $100,000 to anyone who could prove Bush ever showed up. He had no takers. I’m not enamored with Obama or the hard left in general, but that doesn’t mean I’m not repulsed by the extreme right wing. I’m 66 and Bush is, hands down, the most incompetent president in my lifetime, followed by Carter.

  55. D. L Ward
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 1:14 pm

    Bush may have been in the Air Naitonal Guard, but he never reported to his Alabama duty station. The Doonesbury cartoonist put up (I think) $100,000 to anyone who could prove Bush ever showed up. He had no takers. I\’m not enamored with Obama or the hard left in general, but that doesn\’t mean I\’m not repulsed by the extreme right wing. I\’m 66 and Bush is, hands down, the most incompetent president in my lifetime, followed by Carter.

  56. Posted February 25, 2011 at 2:22 pm

    Bush is, was, and always will be a loser like his buddy John M. an obvvious neo-fascist!

  57. Posted February 25, 2011 at 2:35 pm

    John M, I am sorry to say was related to me by blook! I discontinued communications with him some time ago! His apparent disregard for accuracy and truth and his lack of respect for me and his mother as thinking, feeling human beings caused me to make that choice! I apologize to all of those persons who are deeply committed to rectifying all of the wrongs that the Bush and Reagan Presidencies did to this formerly great Nation. John is a drinker and most of what he writes is influenced by his drug of choice.

  58. Posted February 25, 2011 at 3:23 pm

    I Worked in AFEES for almost four years, which was the military induction processing station network that operated in all fifty States during the years of conscription commonly known as the Draft. Viet Nam was a WAR not a conflict and more men died there than any other WAR; other than WWII. People could avoid the Draft as many wrote in their comments by enlisting in the Guard, which was never deployed into an acitve military conflict since WWII when the Guard became Regular Army (under the War Powers Act) unanimously passed by Congress on Dec 7, 1941 after Roosevelt declared War on the Axis Powers of Germany, Japan, and Italy during a joint session of Congress. If these kids today would research and study their history, which all of U.S. knew in those days, they would learn the facts of Bush\’s ignominious and shameful manipulation through his Daddy, a Deputy Director of the C.I.A. in order to get in the Air Guard. All of those slots were filled for years by other young men who wanted to avoid induction into the Armed Forces. There were endless waiting lists and O.C.S. billiets were also filled by upper class white kids whose fathers had money and pull with long waiting lists as well. In 1963 most educated college age kids knew the next War would be in S.E. Asia and many immediately signed up for the softer duty in the U.S. Air Farce, not a typo, as even the people who enlisted called it. I knew several of those people myself and went to H.S. and College with many who also avoided the Draft by finaggling with their Draft Board through influence, especially in small rural areas where name, money, and reputation held sway when the names were drawn for induction. General Hershey who was head of the AFEES process by being Head of all of the U.S. Draft Boards was a dottering old Vet. who was kown to favor selecting people who were considered expendable in a War Effort which turned out to be people of color, people of low income, people who could meet the minimum requirements by passing a simple physical and a written test, which was not demanding. This is easily verified by doing your homework and finding the facts. I am sure there are several websites that will document my assertions. The Draft was never fair. It favored white educated upper or middle class people. That is a fact and the main reason after the Civil Rights Movement and Viet Nam ended that the Draft cessated and an all volunteer military was instituted. People, in general, knew the story in 75 and resistance to the Draft was very high. Thousands fled to Canada if they couldn\’t avoid the Draft any other way. Amnesty for them was finally declared and some came back, but a certain hard core element disenchanted with U.S. Foreign and Domestic Polices remained and are still up there! Those are the facts and I hope you discover you are impelled to do the necessary research to find the Truth about our history. Our problems in this country today come from a Public School System that is inadequately preparing young people! A Nation without an educated and informed electorate cannot survive as a Democratid Republic. Everybody from Jefferson to JFK wrote about that and now WE SEE what that lack is costing U.S. in poor Representation in our Legislative Bodies.

  59. Colonel Jim
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 4:52 pm

    Agree…duty in the National Guard IS SERVING. So stop the bashing of George W. I have a few friends Guard and Reserve who would gut you for those comments….and oh by the way…I am retired USAF 27 years…so beat that!

  60. Eugene R Murns
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 5:11 pm

    You say that Lincoln paid $300.00 to get out of the draft and that he was never in the Army, well the Civil War started right after He took office in 1861 He was (52 years old)
    and as far as he never being in the army is untrue, He served as a Captain and commander of a mititia company in 1832 in the Black Hawk War> Please read your History

  61. Rem Ryan
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 6:06 pm

    EVERY time I see a picture of Prez Bush posted by bloggers, I KNOW it will include a smear — these Lefties seem absolutely incapable of honesty — which makes sense, given that their political views are often rooted in fantasy.

    Conveniently forgotten is that the hatchet job done by CBS based on forged documents designed to make it look like he was a draft dodger — hence Dan Rather, donater to Left-Wing causes, got the boot along with Mary Mapes, one of the others that was duped by unbalanced Bush-haters.

    In typical Liberal fashion, she said, yeah okay, but I STILL believe it anyhow. Just like the Anthropogenic Global Warming types at the UN (IPCCC?), admittingthat the statistics they used were wrong, said We believe it anyhow. So much for pseudo-scientists.

    Yes, there are a few honest Liberals around, but they are few and far between.

  62. ede
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 6:33 pm

    Bush was not a pilot. His dad pulled strings to get him into the Guard to lower his chances of going to Vietnam. He didn’t even show up for most of the required meetings.

  63. Colonel Charles E. Rogers
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    I would like to clear up a matter about our Presidency and who most Americans believe was the First President of the United States. Of course, as we were all taught in School, George Washington was in fact the first person to be elected President of the United States but he WAS NOT the first person to actually serve as our First President of the United States. That Honor actually goes to the man who was robbed of the title, and the same man who actually served as our Second President. We know him as John Adams.

    As you will notice, during a Presidential Inauguration the Vice President is always Sworn into Office First. And then the President is Sworn In. The reason is that it all falls back to the 22nd and 26th Ammendments of our Constitution. Words to the effect of, “When a President can no longer conduct the duties of his Office, the same shall then evolved upon the Vice President.”

    Such was the case when George Washington was suppose to be at his Official Presidential Inauguration which was held in New York at that time because New York was our Nations Capitol. Immediately after then-Vice President John Adams was Sworn In as our First Vice President, he was then also Sworn In as our Nations First President because George Washington, the man who was first elected to serve as our President was actually in Virginia and did not arrive in New York to take his Presidential Oath of Office until 13 days later.

    So now you know that John Adams was the actual first person to serve as Our President, our first Vice President, and why he was ROBBED of the title as being our FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

    And as a sidenote here; While serving as President of the United States, at the same time George Washington also served as the Worshipful Master of his Masonic Lodge.

    Now as our friend Paul Harvey would say, “And now you know, the Rest of the Story……Paul Harvey, Good Day!”
    Colonel Charles E. Rogers

  64. Frank Boehm
    Posted February 25, 2011 at 8:49 pm

    It should be mentioned that John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both signers of the Declaration of Independence – died on the same day – July 4, 1826, which wwas the 50th anniversary of the signing of that famous document

  65. Posted February 26, 2011 at 2:23 am

    For all who have commented about the first President of the new nation that would come to be known as the USA. Please read what is written John Hansen was the 1st President of the American Colonies!!!! which would become AMERICA AND EVENTUALLY CALLED THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. .

  66. Posted March 16, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    That is amazing. I never knew about John Hansen. Where did you learn all these facts? I’d only heard of Jefferson being an inventer and Garfield being able to write Latin and Greek ambidextrously, simultaneously.

  67. Posted April 17, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    John M,
    Hating is not good, I agree.
    But lying is equally bad, don’t you think?

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