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  • Rhetorical's picture
    The Odd Habits of Presidents Pt. 3

     

     

     

    If Ramses were to be elected President of the United States, he would definitely be the first ram to ever hold the position, but he would not be the first ram to reside at the White House. Ever since George Washington, who had a pet parrot, presidents have shared the place with their favorite animals.

     

    The third president, Thomas Jefferson, was the first to have sheep and ram graze on the White House's front lawn. Jefferson didn't only have sheep and rams though, he was passionate about animals, especially unusual ones. He once received a gift of a grizzly bear. Back in the early 1800's, America was populated mostly on the East Coast. Since grizzly bears lived in the wild on the west coast seeing one was like seeing an exotic creature.

     

    The sixth president, John Quincy Adams, had an alligator as a pet (almost as bad an idea as a bear). While alligators are not known to be great pets the thirty-first President, Herbert Hoover's children also had two pet alligators. It was said you could see them walking around on the white house front lawn. I made it a habit of staying away from the White House then.

     

    Calvin Coolidge, the thirteenth president, had more than just one strange pet. He had a whole zoo! He and his wife loved animals and along with the standard cats and dogs, he had many different types of birds, donkeys, horses, a lion cub, and even a wallaby from Australia (Sorry F.W., no wombats).

     

    There are many more animals that presidents have kept including elephants, bald eagles, parrots (including one that could whistle "Yankee doodle dandy"), and dozens of cats, dogs and horses.

     

    So you see there have been many strange animals that have resided in the White House, but I think you'll agree that if Ramses were elected, he just might be the strangest animal of all. None of the others wore a cape.

     

    Ramses and the Whitehouse Pets

    Ramses: "No more eating on the lawn for you! You guys get to eat with me at the president's table, plus you get capes!"

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    The Odd Habits of Presidents Pt. 2

     


    Y
    ou might think it would be strange to have a president like Ramses who is obsessed with his cape. While it certainly would be strange to have Ramses as president, it would not necessarily be because of his cape fixation. You see there have been past presidents who were also obsessed with their favorite clothing.

     

    One such leader was Chester A. Arthur, the twenty-first President. It wasn't capes he was obsessed with but rather fashion in general, and pants in particular. He had over eighty pairs of pants and would change the ones he was wearing many times a day.

     

    Once he was elected, Chester even focused his fashion sense to the actual White House itself. Before he moved in the White House was a quiet, dull place. He quickly had the whole thing redecorated and it soon became a favorite party spot for sophisticated Washingtonians (actually, as I remember it, some of them were not all that sophisticated).

     

    Lincoln puts Rhetorical's staff in hat

    ABE: "Here Rhetorical, let me hold that for you."

    Arguably though, the most famous piece of presidential clothing is Abraham Lincoln's stovepipe hat. Lincoln used his hat as more than just a fashion accessory. It was so large that he would often put papers in there, using the hat something like a backpack.

     

    Once, on September 21, 1862, the hat played a part in a historic moment. Lincoln called a special meeting with all of his top officials attending. His hat was sitting on the table, and from out of it Lincoln pulled a piece of paper. On that paper was written the Emancipation Proclamation, which was the document that granted freedom to the slaves in the south (Lincoln signed the document in 1863, but it wasn't until after the Civil War ended that it became official).

     

    So, if Ramses wants to run for president with a cape on I don't think it's really that big a deal. But, if he starts walking around in a stovepipe hat, I might begin to worry about what he's hiding underneath it.

     

     

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  • Becky's picture

    When I was a kid, I dreamed of the many things I wanted to be when I grew up…an airplane pilot, Olympic gymnast and movie star to name a few. But last week I got the chance to be something I never thought I would ever be. I was a model.

     

    No, I didn't dress in fancy designer clothes, and no I didn't fly to New York for the shoot. The wardrobe was my winter coat, and the location was our front yard. Okay, in the pictures to be honest you really can't even see my face. But I DID stand around while things in my pockets got photographed. And that's basically all models do, right? Stand around and get photographed? See, I was a model.

     

    I was modeling our new MCFC Felties! We have these new craft kits where you can create your own Moo-Cow stuffed animal. We supply directions, patterns, felt, stuffing and string. All you need is scissors, a needle and some glue and the desire to make something cute! They really are cute (maybe I'm a little biased) and easy enough for even sewing novices (like me).

     

    So, how does this relate to modeling? Well, we needed some pictures of the finished Felties for the packaging. My coat just happened to have exactly four pockets, which is the same number of Felties we have to show off (We have kits for Moo-Cow, Ramses, F.W. and Kiweenie right now with
    more to come later). We took our little felt friends outside and photographed them all over the grounds of MCFC Headquarters.

     

    Here are some of the behind the scenes pictures....

     

    Felties in my pocket

     

    Here's a picture of me with the Felties in my pocket. (I didn't know my face was going to be in it!)

     

     

    Here's Ryan setting the Felties up on a cool tree stump that is behind MCFC Headquarters.

     

    We took the pictures just in time, because here is the same tree stump the next day!

     

    Snowy Stump
     
    Here are some of the final pics we ended up using for each feltie kit.
    Moo-Cow Feltie
    Feltie F.W.
    Ramses Feltie
    Feltie Kiweenie

     

    You can learn more about MCFC Felties here!

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