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  ryry013  |  6

81 has some validity to his statement. The emancipation proclamation freed the slaves, but Abraham Lincoln has no power over what's legal and what isn't, especially in a country which is not his own. Once the civil war was over, the amendment was passed that outlawed slavery.

However, Abraham is generally credited with the freeing of the slaves, 81.

  HelloGuys  |  4

Actually the slaves had magical powers & created vampires to feed on there slave owners because they didnt want to expose there magical essence to the unworthy. Vampires were the perfect distraction. Then lincoln had to go kill them all. ( lol i expect many downvotes, but i wanted to add a twist to the story) :3

  mikeofthunder  |  13

Nooooo the slaves didn't create the vampires, they just conjured them! It was their ancestors in Africa that created them and then one, Count Dracula, thought it was too bloody sunny so moved to Transylvania! Thus beginning universal vampire mobility.. Including the United States of America.

  pmadNess  |  14

67, According to every show on history channel, " there's no evidence that they don't exist!"
I'm joking of course! Just so you pessimistic FMLers know...

  KatetheGeek  |  0

Dude when I was younger I always though Buffy the vampire slayer was real. I wanted to be like Willow and be an awesome witch, but then my sis shattered my dreams by telling me none of it was real. :/

  zingline89  |  18

Holy shit. I made this comment totally off the cuff. Right after posting it, I did my weekly check on your blog and ran into your recent post basically talking about the fact that you have a baby face and can't grow facial hair. The sheer coincidence is freaking me out.

By  Warden1986  |  16

Our history is being torn apart, by these Hollywood movies on historical people. Pretty soon they'll think Benjamin Franklin was a president.

However your kid should be old enough, or told movie are usual not true, and always dramatic drawn out. Sorry OP.

  SammyS2012  |  21

It's not even Hollywood; some people are just not educated. I've had people in my high school AP classes thinking Ben Franklin WAS a president. Everyone else just stared at the person in shock.

  Warden1986  |  16

Shame, unfortunately I know this all to well. I am a Revolutionary War re actor, and I went to do an presentation, at a American history class in a college where the student where majoring in history( for teaching I'm assuming). When I told them my name and I'm a revolutionary war re actor they asked me, if I was with the north or the south.