I grew up in the same town as Ronald Reagen. I'm irrationally proud of this, and the fact that my family was able to use this for entertainment purposes. My dad, who owned a used car lot, somehow had a limousine in his line-up for awhile. I was insanely proud of this also. On occassion, my dad would put on his Ronald Reagen mask, sit in the back seat, and my mom would drive him around town while he waved at people out the window. My brother and I would hide from view and laugh our heads off while our Dairy Queen cones dripped on the seats. Don't tell me the Midwest is boring. Good times.