I make a firm stance against Fios.

Honestly I'm not sure what Fios is, but I memorized some very convincing facts about it.  The guy in the doggy door is named Mike and he's the guy in all the post office ads. Sorry, ladies. He's married.

Also, they did this whole thing with a dog that was supposed to attack him at the end. They had this crazy lady straight out of Best In Show feeding this dog 100 treats a minute trying to get him to jump on Mike's face and growl. No such luck. He just kind of kept jumping up at the treats and wagging his tail, with Mike crammed uncomfortably into this tiny door for six hours. I just wandered around the whole time, blind. I really should buy some contacts.

President #35

The story of President Andrew Johnson is yet another example of the grand American Dream: That any man can raise himself by his bootstraps from poverty and ignorance, to rise through the ranks of society till one day that man can be successful and well spoken enough to be roundly vilified by everyone around him, until he is barely acquitted from impeachment just because he tried to deny others the very same chance he had to follow the American Dream. That old story.

Also, I thought he would look pretty cool as a magical centaur warrior.

President Andrew Johnson by Barak Hardley

President Andrew Johnson by Barak Hardley

President Andrew Johnson by Barak Hardley
President Andrew Johnson by Barak Hardley
President Andrew Johnson by Barak Hardley
President Andrew Johnson by Barak Hardley

Clay, leather and acrylic 10" tall