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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/22/14 – FOREFATHERS DAY!

  While some feel it would have been better for America if the Mayflower has simply sunk to the bottom of the sea, taking its cargo of miserable Puritanical scolds and punishers with it, they made it to Plymouth Rock on December 22, 1620, forcing the rest […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/21/14 – YULE DAY! (SOLSTICE)

Celebrated ever since mankind had the wits to celebrate anything but staying uneaten by Buick-sized bears for one more day, Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year, marking the official change of seasons from Autumn to Winter. In European cultures, it was originally called Yule […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/20/14 – UNDERDOG DAY!

The Underdog. And just would that be, you ask? Why, it is us, every last one of us. So come celebrate your holiday on NATIONAL UNDERDOG DAY! The rank and file of humanity is who we are, those who built and run this world. Not the silver spoon and smooth […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/19/14 – VALLEY FORGE DAY

On December 19, 1777, George Washington’s Continental Army settled into their winter quarters. Only trouble was, there were no quarters, just a freezing cold valley. To keep his men warm, General Washington set them to chopping down trees, dragging them for miles back to camp, and building […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/18/14 – FLAKE APPRECIATION DAY!

We’re not celebrating your friend Justin who you know since grammar school and turned out really weird and needy and you wonder why he’s still your friend, not that kind of flake. Nope, it’s the ones that fall out of the sky and land on your eyelashes, […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/17/14 – SATURNALIA!

It was 2,511 years ago today when the first celebration was held in Rome, once Co-Consuls Aulus Semperonius Atraninus and Marcus Minicius Augurinius put their heads together to figure out how they could make Rome even more decadent, and they came up with a doozy, SATURNALIA! Named after […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/16/14 – BATTLE OF THE BULGE DAY!

70 years ago today, December 16, 1944, Allied troops were settling in for the winter, having successfully invaded and liberated Nazi-occupied France and Belgium, forcing the mighty Wehrmacht into retreat and disarray. The war in Europe was widely considered all but won. By the Allies, anyway, but […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/15/14 – END OF PROHIBITION DAY

“Are you kidding me?” said America in 1919 when Prohibition took effect, banning the sale and manufacture of all alcoholic beverages. Turns out they weren’t kidding, and it wasn’t until 1933 that we were able to celebrate this holiday with a drink, NATIONAL END OF PROHIBITION DAY! […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/14/14 – MONKEY DAY!

We know and love them, named a popular wrench after them, and fill imaginary barrels with them. Let’s hear it for NATIONAL MONKEY DAY! There’s 260 kinds of monkeys in this world, divided into Old World Monkeys and New World Monkeys (New World monkeys are way cooler […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/13/14 – 1930S LINGO DAY!

Don’t be a sob sister, brother, take a gander at your favorite Black & White flicks today and smarten up, it’s NATIONAL 1930′S LINGO DAY! If you think the 1960s invented slang, guess again, Abercrombie, and quit bumping gums on my dime. It don’t take a sharp-eyed […]

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