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Ulysses S. Grant Doesn't Like to Be Recognized

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For today's 4:20 Video, we bring you Los Angeles-based funnymen and filmmakers Honor Student, who decided to peek into the psyche of one of America's greatest leaders.

The mind of a dead president turns out to be a morbid yet musical place.

Watch out for Abe Lincoln's cameo on the keyboard guitar. No wonder Walt Whitman thought he was so sexy!

(Rated Mature for some sabre-related violence.)

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