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Kif White

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« : 12-16-2005 03:31 »

Just wondering,has anybody else noticed that although many former US presidents heads have appeared in jars over the years on the show, JFK has never been amongst them?

Could this be something to do with his assassination I wonder?   :confused:
Yardstick2006

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« #1 : 12-16-2005 05:42 »

I doubt it, Abraham Lincon has appeard on the show. I'm sure if the show had continued that they would have gotten around to JFK at some point.
IDIOTSVILLE

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« #2 : 12-16-2005 11:29 »

More than likely somethin to do with hes death
futz
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« #3 : 12-16-2005 21:26 »

Lincoln's head wound was a smaller hole with the bullet lodged in the brain. Kennedy's wound took a large portion of his head off.
M0le

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« #4 : 12-17-2005 04:14 »

And yet he still took the time to become President and win the hearts of a nation.  :)
tyraniak

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« #5 : 12-17-2005 18:25 »

Maybe you can't see him because he's always getting head (I know it's an awful joke)
M0le

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« #6 : 12-17-2005 18:54 »

Har har! I am confused. I do not get it. See? Confused >>  :confused:
tyraniak

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« #7 : 12-17-2005 19:05 »

He might've also made out with a Marilyn Monrobot
P Tom

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« #8 : 12-19-2005 02:14 »

JFK's head is in the Futurama 2005 Calender for the month of February. It shows the Planet Express crew playing beach volleyball with American Presidents' heads! To see, http://aboutleela.ru/calendar/2005/002_big.jpg
tyraniak

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« #9 : 12-19-2005 11:43 »

I was wondering if the show continued, whether or not they would have had dubya's head or if he would talk
totalnerd undercanada

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« #10 : 12-19-2005 16:47 »

JFK's head has just as much likelihood as George Washington's of being on the show. Or Richard Nixon, or any other dead president. I think the general concensus is that they're replicas of the actual presidents, rather than being the genuine article.

Especially Richard Nixon.
g.i.b

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« #11 : 12-20-2005 10:52 »

hmmm who cares about clinton ?
i miss a point-blank hitler joke throughout futurama. (or is there any i dont know of??) love how they got to him in the simpsons, family guy, south park, or any other compareable cartoon series

CaptanYesterday

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« #12 : 12-20-2005 13:10 »

 
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Originally posted by M0le:
And yet he still took the time to become President and win the hearts of a nation.   :)

  :laff:  HA!!  That was good.
Col. Klink

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« #13 : 12-20-2005 22:17 »

 
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Originally posted by tyraniak:
I was wondering if the show continued, whether or not they would have had dubya's head or if he would talk

Prolly not. They implied from the beginning that Al Gore became president (They hadn't accounted for bush winning) So they would have just ignored Bush on the Show.

Also Futurama is never overtly political like that, and also its a bad idea to badmouth bush on fox.
David A

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« #14 : 12-21-2005 17:53 »

 
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Originally posted by Kif White:
Could this be something to do with his assassination I wonder?    :confused:

 
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Originally posted by Yardstick2006:
I doubt it, Abraham Lincon has appeard on the show.

That's a bit different though, because there probably aren't any people still alive today who were alive when Lincoln was shot.

Also, no one got to watch Lincoln getting his brains blown out in full color on live television.
totalnerd undercanada

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« #15 : 12-21-2005 18:07 »

 
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no one got to watch Lincoln getting his brains blown out in full color on live television

I'm sure that the theater audience were overwhelmed by the spectacle. They got to watch it live, after all.

However many times, however many ways I read over David A's post, I still can't shake the sense that behind the words, there is a certain sadness that the event was not filmed in Panavision for poor-quality illegal download, and an eventual DVD with commentary from several high-grade weapons experts.

Perhaps I'm searching too deeply.
David A

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« #16 : 12-21-2005 22:13 »
« : 12-21-2005 22:13 »

 
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Originally posted by totalnerduk:
 I'm sure that the theater audience were overwhelmed by the spectacle. They got to watch it live, after all.

Perhaps, but those people are all long dead, unlike the many who can still remember JFK's death, so the Lincoln assassination is something less of a touchy subject.

 
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However many times, however many ways I read over David A's post, I still can't shake the sense that behind the words, there is a certain sadness that the event was not filmed in Panavision for poor-quality illegal download, and an eventual DVD with commentary from several high-grade weapons experts.

Perhaps I'm searching too deeply.

Quite the opposite, actually.  Rather I was poking fun at the morbid fascination that some people seem to have with the JFK assassination.
noachian

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« #17 : 12-22-2005 15:20 »

Kennedy's head was almost demolished when he was killed , so it would be to weird to put his head normaliy (sp).
Mas Rarraf

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« #18 : 12-23-2005 01:27 »

Maybe he was in the scene in A Head in the Polls, just nobody noticed...?
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