This is why I constantly tell the boys not to learn history off Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ backside. The answer is below the fold so don’t click for “more” until you have the answer.
That’s right. It shows John Hancock signing the Constitution of the United States (which begins “We the People”).
Of course, if the signing actually did occur on the back of Louis-Dreyfus, some like Oliver Ellsworth would probably have stuck around long enough to sign the Declaration of Independence. Heck, Benjamin Franklin would probably of signed repeatedly.
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I don’t know which is worse: putting John Hancock’s John Hancock on the constitution or writing, “would of signed it . . ..”
The dimples cancel out the John Hancock issue.
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