I've got an infobox about a fictional town out in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States created that I'm gonna share tomorrow morning.
Ironically, back when I still had my Sandboxes, my James Garfield infobox was one of the three infoboxes for American Dad! that I had on hand (the other two being for Stan Smith and Mayor Alan Woodside). I'm glad I was able to remake Garfield's, though I wish it turned out a bit better.So on the TV show American Dad!, Stan Smith cloned 20th President of the United States James Abram Garfield back to life in the episode Garfield and Friends back in 2016.
Garfield would later become the Mayor of Langley Falls, Virginia in 2018 in the episode Railroaded after being chosen by Stan Smith to replace him after his brief mayorship with Smith being a puppet to Roger, who imprisoned everyone in town in the Shark's Nest football stadium. At the end of the episode, Stan Smith would try to reappoint the previous Mayor of Langley Falls, Alan Woodside, but it was reveled that he was stabbed to death (off-screen) in the stadium and after passing over Al Tuttle, appointed Garfield as the new mayor.
Here's an infobox I made a short time ago. It's kinda crappy and the "Revived through cloning in 2016" mark should be below his death date, but the infobox screw up on that. Well anyways, here's the James Abram Garfield infobox.
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Well, as I promised yesterday, there's the infobox I made. It's a small town in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States and it's show has been airing on Comedy Central since 1997. Without further ado here's:I've got an infobox about a fictional town out in the Rocky Mountain Region of the United States created that I'm gonna share tomorrow morning.
Me: Clicks on the link and takes a look.Looks like you're right. This is obscene.
Have you sone a similar scenario before by chance? I couldve sworn I have seen a 1928 Ritchie vs Fall Presidential Election before so if you havent it is a rather funny coincidence1924
In 1928, Americans were somewhat tired of President Pershing. His authoritarian leanings wore thin, and Americans were tired of not being able to drink to the great economy. Pershing also was tired and abided to the two term tradition.
Both parties saw long, drawn out Convention fights that resulted in Dark Horse candidates named Albert. The Democrats compromised by selecting Albert Ritchie. Maryland’s long-standing Governor was somewhat Progressive at a state level, but stubbornly opposed federal interference, including Prohibition. The Republican Convention spat out New Mexico Senator Albert Fall, whose vague ideological conservatism was far less important than his seedy ties with moneyed interests and party insiders.
The strong economy initially gave Fall a wide lead. But an emerging farming crisis allowed Ritchie to make inroads in the Southwest and Midwest. Meanwhile revelations about massive corruption during Fall’s career as a Senator, which sways some reform types to Ritchie’s side. The end result is close, but Ritchie pulls it out.
He looks forward to a term or two of ensuring the Federal Government stays out of people’s hair.
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Pedro Orochi stole both infoboxes. Not only are both infoboxes exactly the same infoboxes as the original ones, the names of the images are the same as the names of the original images. This is quite interesting, and I am sure the moderators will be quite interested as well.Me: Clicks on the link and takes a look.
Me a moment or two later: Oh, what'cha know?
I assume either Pedro Orochi stole the infobox from Oppo (shame on him if he did) or he made his own very similar to the one Oppo made a while back. Either way, this is quite interesting.