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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/23/24 – TYPEWRITER DAY!

Never heard of Christopher Latham Sholes? Don’t feel bad, few people have, but everyone reading this has used his QWERTY keyboard, so if you need someone to blame for putting the alphabet out of alphabetical order, he’s the guy, and today is his day, NATIONAL TYPEWRITER DAY! Christopher Scholes was a newspaper editor and inventor

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/22/24 – STUPID GUYS DOING STUPID THINGS DAY!

Where would Emergency Rooms be without them? Pretty short of laughs in a grim atmosphere is where, so let’s celebrate STUPID GUYS DOING STUPID THINGS DAY! Most males of the human species bear reminders or our less-than-finest moments, the various scars, mended bones and police records that last a lifetime. Who can forget the time

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/21/24 – FLIP-FLOP DAY!

You really can’t run in them, but that’s one of the beauties of our favorite summer footwear as we celebrate NATIONAL FLIP-FLOP DAY! Called “thongs” before thongs became intimate apparel with strong comic associations, your rubber flip-flops are adapted from a simple sandal that has been in use for 6,000 years. The shoe named for

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/18/24 – WORLD SAUNTERING DAY!

It’s almost Summer, the days are pleasing and warm, Mother Nature is busting out all over, and there’s beauty everywhere you turn. Time to stop and smell the Honeysuckle on WORLD SAUNTERING DAY! What’s the rush? Sun’s shining, faces are smiling and the music of children’s laughter is everywhere. Even the sidewalk is saying “Summer’s

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 6/16/24 – LINCOLN’S HOUSE DIVIDED SPEECH DAY!

On June 16, 1858, the campaign for the 1860 election that would make Abraham Lincoln the 16th President of the United States was 2 years down the road, but it was his acceptance speech of the Republican Party’s nomination for United States Senator in Springfiled, Illinois that first put Lincoln on the national political map. It was an

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