Fantasy Drafts

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Presidents of the U.S.A. Draft

7:45 PM

Round 1:
Dan - George Washington
Sarah - Abraham Lincoln
Chris - Franklin D. Roosevelt
Adam - Teddy Roosevelt
Albert - Thomas Jefferson
Bryan - John F. Kennedy
Sydney - James Madison

Round 2:
Sydney - Woodrow Wilson
Bryan - John Adams
Albert - Harry Truman
Adam - Dwight D. Eisenhower
Chris - Ronald Reagan
Sarah - James Monroe
Dan - Andrew Jackson

Round 3:
Dan - Bill Clinton
Sarah - William Henry Harrison
Chris - William McKinley
Adam - James Polk
Albert - William Taft
Bryan - John Quincy Adams
Sydney - Martin van Buren

Round 4:
Sydney - John Tyler
Bryan - Richard Nixon
Albert - George H. W. Bush
Adam - Grover Cleveland
Chris - Lyndon Johnson
Sarah - Jimmy Carter
Dan - Ulysses S. Grant

Round 5:
Dan - Chester A. Arthur
Sarah - Andrew Johnson
Chris - Rutherford B. Hayes
Adam - Herbert Hoover
Albert - Franklin Pierce
Bryan - James A. Garfield
Sydney - James Buchanan

Round 6:
Sydney - Gerald Ford
Bryan - Calvin Coolidge
Albert - Warren G. Harding
Adam - Millard Fillmore
Chris - George W. Bush
Sarah - Benjamin Harrison
Dan - Zachary Talyor

Commentary to follow

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow that is a hell of an awful round 4. Nixon & Carter. Crack much?

10:40 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Chester A Arthur?

11:40 AM  
Blogger Almost Ignatius J. said...

Maybe it was those hot mutton chops he sported circa 1883.

11:46 AM  
Blogger Hired Hand said...

I actually think it was the fact that he went from ostracized New York Customs House crony to President of the United States in 3 years. Gotta respect that.

12:53 PM  
Blogger the Thin Man said...

Wasn’t it Chester A. Arthur middle school in Die Hard three where the "terrorists" planted the bomb, to distract everyone away from the financial district? 21/42? Man what movie hasn’t Samuel L. Jackson been in, also isn’t his name weird, I mean you kind of pronounce the middle initial when you say Samuel.

2:30 PM  
Blogger Gentleman Farmer said...

Has Sarah spent her entire academic life studying poetry or something? Lincoln is obvious, but then she went for 5 straight losers. (Monroe without SecState Adams leaves you with, oh, Jimmy Carter comes to mind.) Chris clearly had a theme, but needs to explain Hayes. Albert seems to have had a theme as well, but I'm not sure he knows what it was. Adam was doing what, picking golfing buddies?

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Albert said...

Oh, just as sure as the Glib and Supreficial is a phenomenal blog, I know exactly what theme I was securing with my draft.

11:17 PM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

Yeah, I have to say, after the powerhouse pick of Lincoln, I kind of fizzled out there...and ended up choosing presidents that I felt sorry for. I mean, Carter, he really, really tried, you know?

9:12 AM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

PS Ironically, I was a history major.

9:12 AM  
Anonymous albert said...

wow i was a creative writing major, teh only history class i took was Amer. His to 1877, oh and I took 'India'

10:29 AM  
Blogger Almost Ignatius J. said...

Rutherford B. Hayes ended Reconstruction AND his name is an anagram for Dr. Other Fur

10:44 AM  

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