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		<h1>LINCOLN STORY</h1>
		<p class='yes'>The message was spread through the country. Confederate spies in every city received the news: the first person to kill the president would be given $100,000 and a work force of 50 slaves. It had to be kept quiet though. The Union might find out.</p>
		<p class='yes'>John Wilkes Booth had just finished performing in Charleston. Meeting with the audience after the play's finish, an audience member, Samuel Mudd told him what was happening. The southern economy boomed as people prepared, constantly buying newspapers. There was a large increase in firearms and ammunition, and occasionally people would disappear mysteriously. In reality, there was competition over who could complete the task first. There was a catch, though. It had to be subtle. If the recently championed Union found out about a conspiracy against the President, things would go bad for the South.</p>
		<p class='yes'>After much preparation, Booth and his associates were ready to carry out their plan. Booth was to receive 40% of the money. While the other four were to receive 15%. After entering the President's box in Ford Theatre in Washington DC, Booth took aim. However, the shot missed the President by several inches and ended up breaking a handrail. Suddenly, Major Rathbone, who was sitting in the box with his wife, Lincoln, and Lincoln's wife, stood up and harnessed the power of his meaty behind. The Major released an almighty blast of rancid air. However, in doing so, Rathbone had stabbed himself in his bicep on the sharp edge of the handrail that the bullet from Booth's gun had produced. Booth to ran away in fear through the back of the theater. On his way, the large man, in his pain, ripped the handrail from its position on the wall and smashed it into Booth's leg, easily breaking it. Although Booth eventually escaped, Rathbone was glorified as the saver of Lincoln by the audience. Dr. Charles Leale, from the audience, came to attend to the Major's wounds.</p>
		<p class='yes'>Everything happened so suddenly. Lincoln was knocked out by an extraordinarily technologically advanced tranquilizer from the doctor. Rathbone whipped out his handy dandy golf bag and lied to the crowd, "Lincoln has been stabbed by Booth's knife. He will be taken to private for medical attention."</p>
		<p class='yes'>The group of two men and two women made their way out of the theater carrying a suspiciously large golf bag. Making their way into the Petersen house, they met up with George Bush. There, they woke Lincoln up for the moment everyone was waiting for.</p>
		<p class='yes'>Bush started his speech. "President Clinton, distinguished guests and my fellow citizens..."</p>
		<p class='yes'>Four and a half hours later, Lincoln was reported dead. Because of Bush's experience, Rathbone asked for advice on how to cover up his tracks and escape. The answer was simple. There was a technology, yet to be heard of that Bush had used for many things. It was called time travel.</p>
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		<p class='yes'>The man walked down the halls of Takoma Park Middle School. It was 7 AM, and Dr. Edward M. Taliff quietly made his way into room 217, flexing his 35 inch biceps.</p>
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			<p class='potatop'>Jiming Chen, #6, Period 3, Ms. Eaton</p>
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