National Tater Day - I'm a meat and potatoes man!!
National Prom Day - Going to be tough dancing close with...well you know!!
National Crayon Day - Stay in the lines!!
National Equal Pay Day - Tough to believe that half the population gets paid about 75ç for every dollar their male counterpart makes!!
Let's fix this!!
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|"Hello, world, hear the song that we're singin' C'mon get happy!" Mom Partridge, Shirley Jones, has a birthday today. And...|
|Dance, sing, act, is there anything Christopher Walken can't do?? I bet he can even fly. Mr. Walken has a birthday today. And...|
|Here's a man who knows a lot about walken', Duck-walken' that is. Angus Young, guitarist for the band AC/DC, has a birthday today.|
|Others||1878: Jack Johnson, first African-American Heavyweight Champion boxer|
|(In the "First case of Woman-splaining" Dept.) Abigail Adams writes to husband John that women are "determined to foment a rebellion" if the new Declaration of Independence fails to guarantee their rights|
|(In the "STREETLIGHT!!" Dept.) The first electric street lights ever installed by a municipality are turned on in Wabash, In.|
|1889||The Eiffel Tower in Paris officially opens on the Left Bank as part of the Exhibition of 1889|
|1916||General John Pershing and his army rout Pancho Villa's army in Mexico|
|(In the "Can buying Greenland be far behind??" Dept.) The United States purchases the Virgin Islands from Denmark for $25 million|
|1918||Daylight Savings Time goes into effect throughout the United States for the first time|
|1933||To relieve rampant unemployment, Congress authorizes the Civilian Conservation Corps|
|1939||Britain and France agree to support Poland if Germany threatens to invade|
|1940||La Guardia airport in New York officially opens to the public|
|1948||The Soviet Union begins controlling the Western trains headed toward Berlin|
|Winston Churchill declares that the A-bomb was the only thing that kept the Soviet Union from taking over Europe|
|1966||An estimated 200,000 Viet Nam anti-war demonstrators march in New York City|
|1980||President Jimmy Carter deregulates the banking industry|
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