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Posts Tagged ‘1893’

TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 2/14/21 – FERRIS WHEEL DAY!

It was 1893 at the Chicago World Fair and the engineer who designed one of the exhibits was named George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. so you just know the guy wore spats, and today is NATIONAL FERRIS WHEEL DAY! Nobody ever accused George Ferris of thinking small. His […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/11/20 – KING KAMEHAMEHA DAY

Not many people get to be called The Great, unless you have conquered some people and laid waste to their lands. Well, our Great State of Hawaii has just such a person that we honor on NATIONAL KING KAMEHAMEHA DAY! King Who The What, you ask? Kamehameha the Great, […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/27/19 MAE WEST DAY

It’s not her birthday, or the anniversary of her death, but instead a day that tells us exactly why we celebrate this magnificent woman on NATIONAL MAE WEST DAY! On December 27, 1937, Mae West got herself banned from NBC Radio after she performed “The Adam And […]

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