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In honor of Jack Lew's impending nomination as Secretary of the Treasury, scheduled for today at 1:30 p.m. at the White House, you should really see what your own name would look like in his much discussed roller-coaster handwriting. That's what you want, right? Chris Wilson, a "hybrid reporter-programmer" at Yahoo News, programmed a web app that takes your typed name and translates it into a delightfully unreadable autograph. Here are some historical examples:

George Washington:

Thomas Jefferson:

John Hancock:

And Jack Lew!

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