George Washington (February 22, 1732 [O.S. February 11, 1731] – December 14, 1799) was the first President of the United States. By 2999, his still living head was preserved and on display at the Head Museum in New New York City.
It is unknown how Washington's head can be still alive, as the real George Washington died hundreds of years before the technology to keep disembodied heads alive was invented. Some fans have speculated that Washington was cloned and given memory implants then had his head placed in a glass jar.
- "When Aliens Attack"
- "A Head in the Polls"
- "Put Your Head on My Shoulder"
- "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid"
- "Ghost in the Machines"
- "All the Presidents' Heads"
- George Washington’s head uses “thou” even though that pronoun had fallen out of standard English by the 18th century. He also uses it in the plural even though the pronoun was strictly singular. It’s possible he adopted this way of speaking to entertain visitors, since by the 31st century it’s unlikely most people would know enough about the differences between the 17th and 18th centuries to notice it as an anachronism.