President: Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican, March 4, 1801 - March 4, 1809)
Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States, and the primary scribe of the Declaration of Independence, which was written in Philadelphia. So yes, Philly's rich with U.S. history, but it's also got its share of hoods rich with crime and the North Philly corner at 17th and Jefferson streets is infamous for the codeine-based cough medicine and Xanax treat we all know as syrup. The violence on this block is actually pretty low, but that's because it's a place of business, and the dealers here are considerably older than their counterparts in other neighborhoods. Does that make the purple drank the gentlemen's drug of choice?