Teddy Roosevelt-Bear Riding a Laser Eye-Firing Abe Lincoln

Don't you recognize the scene? It's the Battle of San Juan Hill -- July 1, 1898. Criminy, they don't teach kids anything in school these days! It was this battle, among others in Cuba, that led to the development of the 1903 Springfield rifle, as the Krag-Jørgensen proved (as you can see in the picture) to have an inadequate rate of fire compared to the Spaniards' Mausers.

This excellent true to life image from history has been attributed to deviantART user Matthew McKeown.

Gallery Link via Geekosystem

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I've seen two or three other very similar pieces, and for some reason they always go for the horrible presidents like Lincoln and Roosevelt.

This is the only one I liked:


Because George Washington wouldn't tolerate zombies.
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