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Rule of Zero and 3/1

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DigitalWarrior, Sep 24, 2003.

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  1. DigitalWarrior

    DigitalWarrior Member

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    1840 William Henry Harrison - killed by cold in office
    1860 Abraham Lincoln - killed in office
    1880 James Garfield - killed in office
    1900 Theodore Roosevelt - shot while campaigning for president in 1912, but lived
    1920 Warren Harding - killed by heart attack in office
    1940 Franklin Roosevelt - killed by cerebral hemmorage in office
    1960 John Kennedy - killed in office
    1980 Ronald Reagan - shot in office but lived

    Do you think that a close call with a pretzel counts?
     
  2. Carlos Cabeza

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    Strange number sequence, I think there's one missing. :evil:
     
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    I actually noticed this when I was trying to figure out why Colin Powell didn't run in 2000. I can hear it now "First Black president in a year ending in zero, no thanks, I love my wife too much."
     
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    Yup. No Presidents shot in 2000. Curse must be lifted.
     
  5. Navy joe

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    Not quite, the year is when they were elected, not when misdeeds befell them... wrinkle, wrinkle, sploink! (tactical tinfoil deployment)
     
  6. Justin

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    Sorry guys, OT
     
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