National Kiss and Make Up Day - Ok, I'm sitting here, lips puckered up!!
National Whisky Sour Day - Hhmm!! Is there a Whisky Sweet Day?? Asking for a friend!!
National Park Service Founder's Day - In Why, we are very fortunate to have the many federal and state
parks/lands available to us!!
National Banana Split Day - If I eat too many of these (and for me, there is no such thing as too many) my pants will be the ones splitting!!
🐶Pet Drive-In Movie🐱
|"I'm Bond, James Bond" Sean Connery, actor and first James Bond on the big screen, has a birthday today. And...|
|Where does he put it? I mean his tongue. I mean...never mind! Gene Simmons, music performer for the band "Kiss" and known for his very long tongue, has a birthday today. And...|
|What's so funny 'bout Peace, Love and Understanding? I'm asking for a friend. Elvis Costello, former punk rocker has a birthday today. And...|
|What does Tim Burton drink for breakfast? Beetlejuice of course. The famous director has a birthday today.|
|In protest over the stamp tax, American colonists sack and burn the home of Massachusetts governor Thomas Hutchinson|
|The "Tom Thumb" steam locomotive runs its famous race with a horse-drawn car. The horse wins because the engine, which had been ahead, breaks down|
|Union and Confederate troops skirmish at Waterloo Bridge, Virginia, during the Second Bull Run Campaign|
|1875||"Captain" Matthew Webb becomes the first man to swim across the English Channel|
|1916||The National Park Service is established as part of the Department of the Interior|
|The United States, which never ratified the Versailles Treatyending World War I, finally signs a peace treaty with Germany|
|(In the "GERONIMO...Dearly Beloved..." Department) The first parachute wedding ceremony is performed by Rev. Homer Tomlinson at the New York City World's Fair for Arno Rudolphi and Ann Hayward. The minister, bride and groom, best man, maid of honor and four musicians were all suspended from parachutes|
|1944||Paris is liberated from German occupation by Free French Forces under General Jacques LeClerc|
|1948||The House Un-American Activities Committee holds first-ever televised congressional hearing|
|1950||President Harry Truman orders the Army to seize control of the nation's railroads to avert a strike|
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