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Teddy Roosevelt

Fun Fact #1: He is freaking cool.

Favorite memory with Wild Man:  “Arrgghhhh!  I’m Teddy Rooshevelt!  When I was just a little Teddy Rooshevelt a mean bully told me that Santa Claus wasn’t real.  Teddy Rooshevelt was crushed!  But Wild Man dressed up like Santa Claus and snuck into my house Christmas Eve.  My faith was restored.  However when McKinley made me his Vice President Wild Man sat me down and said it was time I know the truth about Santa.  It was a hard time for Teddy Rooshevelt, so I poured all my energy into building the Panama Canal!  I’m Teddy Rooshevelt!”

Fun Fact #2: He spends most of his time thinking about how cool he is, but he’s so freaking awesome it is completely justified and the most constructive use of his time.

Fun Fact #3: Glen Beck does not like him, but Teddy actually enjoys Glen Beck’s radio program.

 
 

Fun Fact #4: Feels a little bit guilty about his imperialistic tendencies, but thinks he is not to be blamed for wanting to spread his coolness across the earth. Besides he wonders if the Big Mac would have ever been created if not for his reform of the meat packing industry.

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