Thanks to Stranger in the Background for a STUPENDOUS find. Here's the story:
"I found the inspirational/crazy Rolodex notes abandoned on a table at the restaurant I work at after a particularly busy lunch shift. The customer who had been sitting there was a middle aged businessman who had come in a few times before and always been very brusque, bordering on rude, when ordering. With him was a younger woman who was also dressed in lower Manhattan financial finery. They were clearly there to discuss Business.
I don't know what these are about, but they were very neatly held together with a paper clip and there seems to have been some time put into assembling them.
Strangely, I like the Business man a little more now that I know he might be a little off his rocker."
Found 2007, New York City [Click photos to enlarge]
100% Chocolate, baby. Nothing but the best for the father of our country.
I am informed that there used to be another chocolate historical figure, made out of white chocolate, and "It was the most beautiful one" out of what I can only assume was the Marriot's extensive Chocolate President Collection.
But unfortunately, "One day, a guest put a cup of coffee on top of his protective case, and his hand fell off. Then they moved Washington to the giftshop." But of course! For safe keeping.
"I don't know why they took the white chocolate guy away," the art lover continued, "He looked fine with one hand."