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Surprising - JFKennedy & ALincoln!!!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by N0H4T, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. N0H4T

    N0H4T Junior Member

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    I found this entertaining as I was bored. I found it on some jesus dude's website, but I can't confirm the validity of this info:

    Look at this list of comparisons between Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy:

    1. Both Lincoln and Kennedy were elected to Congress in '46 (1846 in Lincoln's case, 1946 in Kennedy's). Both became President in '60.
    2. Both had lazy eye muscles which would cause one eye to wander.
    3. Both had been skippers on boats (Lincoln on the Mississippi river boat 'Talisman' and Kennedy on the PT-109)
    4. Both were the second sons in their families. Each lost a sister to death before becoming President. Both married 24-year-old brunettes who had been previously engaged to other men, and who spoke French fluently.
    5. Both had a child die while living in the White House.
    6. Both were related to U.S. Senators, U.S. Attorney Generals who graduated from Harvard, and ambassadors to the Court of St. James.
    7. Both were acquaintances of a man named Adlai E. Stevenson who ran for either Vice-President or President, a doctor named Charles Taft and a man named William Graham.
    8. Both were advised not to go to the place where they died.
    9. Both Lincoln's theater box and Kennedy's car were altered for their benefit (Lincoln's theater box had a partition removed to accomodate his party, Kennedy's car had a raised rear seat)
    10. Both were slain on a Friday before a major Holiday (Lincoln on the Friday before Easter, Kennedy on the Friday before Thanksgiving). Both were shot while sitting next to their wives and in the presence of another couple. Of the other couple, the man was also wounded by the assassin, but neither wife was wounded.
    11. Both were shot from behind and in the head. Both of their wives cradled their husband's heads after they were shot.
    12. John Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln from inside a theater, and fled to a warehouse. Lee Harvey Oswald shot Kennedy from inside a warehouse and fled to a theater.
    13. Lincoln was shot while inside the Ford theater, in box 7. Kennedy was shot while inside a Ford automobile, in car 7 in the motorcade.
    14. Both were pronounced dead in places with the initials P.H. (Lincoln in the Peterson House, and Kennedy in Parkland Hospital)
    15. Both of their assassins escaped, and were killed before going to trial.
    16. Both of their assassins were privates in the military. Each was detained after the shooting by a policeman named Baker. Both were eventually killed by a Colt revolver.
    17. Both Lincoln and Kennedy were succeeded by southern ex-senators named Johnson who were born in '08. Both Johnsons were in their mid-fifties when they took the office and both suffered from urethral stones (the only presidents to have them). Both Johnsons could have run for re-election in '68, but chose not to.

    Code:
    http://www.kingdavid8.com/Copycat/Home.html
    Enjoy,

    Dave
     
  2. YoungGuns

    YoungGuns Regular Member Premium Member

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    My dad showed this to me in a (fairly old) book. The book wasn't a conspiracy book and seemed legit; I think it was called Strange Stories Amazing Facts.

    It's not a new revelation but very interesting nontheless.
     
  3. ricaum

    ricaum Registered Member

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    Lee Harvey Oswald didn't shot Kennedy. Sorry.
     
  4. Chronos

    Chronos Junior Member

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    It was the man behind the grass knoll!
     
  5. ricaum

    ricaum Registered Member

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    Probably. JFK election was controversial and his assassination too.

    PS.: Great sign, Young Guns!!!
     
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  6. BENNY8877

    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    This is really old and if you look at a lot of these coincidences you will find that most are exaggerated
     
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    beazt Power Member

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    Another similarity that can be added to that list is that both were truly inspirational and great leaders. I really admire Abraham Lincoln in particular. I really like reading some famous letters written by him, and the one he wrote to the principle of his son's school is just a class act.
     
  8. millhugz

    millhugz Regular Member

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    History tends to repeat itself..
     
  9. YoungGuns

    YoungGuns Regular Member Premium Member

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    Those are my 2 favorites.

    JFK was the last decent president we've had IMO
     
  10. ricaum

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    Oh yea, I'm brazilian but I love the persistence of Lincoln.

    I even bought the Carnegie book.

    Franklin is also a very intelligent man.

    I'll check Lincoln letters, It'll be interesting.