Speaking of McClellan at Gettysburg, how odd is it that the most prominent name on Lincoln Square in Gettysburg is McClellan's Tavern?
How odd is it that it was called "The McClellan House" when Lincoln visited the square in 1864? And isn't it strange that the place was originally Scott's Tavern, "McClellan" replacing "Scott"?
Scott's has been revived such that Lincoln Square is now home to McClellan's Tavern and Scott's Lounge.
But where are the Hookers? Perhaps at the casino.