Ronald Reagan's Jelly Beans


The assassination attempt of Ronald Reagan


Jar of jelly beans


User becomes temporarily bullet-proof


Doesn't prevent pain or protect against other kinds of death



Collected by

James MacPherson



Date of Collection

April 19th, 1981


Origin[edit | edit source]

Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States. He was a Republican, former actor, and former vice president to George Bush. He has been criticized for his trickle-down economics plan, economic de-regulation, and conservative social policies. He also survived an assassination attempt in 1981. He was shot by John Hinkley Jr. in the chest, but survived due to quick medical care.

It was considered by Artie as an option to defend himself against the Nisqually Totem Pole but was decided against in the novel "A Touch of Fever".

Effects[edit | edit source]

When the jelly beans are eaten, the consumer will become bullet-proof for a limited time. However this doesn't prevent the eater from feeling the pain of the bullet's impact, nor does it protect against other forms of death, such as fire, falls, pummeling, etc.

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