Comedian Rich Fulcher is one of those melty drunks. During his account of Abraham Lincoln’s progression from small-town lawyer to big-time president, Fulcher sinks deeper and deeper into his couch with a drowsy yet satisfied smile dripping down his droopy, half-asleep face. This is not the most flattering description of Lincoln ever told: Fulcher focuses intently—obsesses, even—on the doomed president’s long arms and dorky lawyer ways. Stick it out till the end to learn a heartwarming and historically accurate lesson about Fulcher’s balls.
 
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