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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 9/13/23 – IMPROMPTU LOBOTOMY DAY!

It was September 13, 1848 when 25 year-old railroad blasting foreman Phineas Gage was packing an explosive charge into a hole drilled in the granite in Cavendish, Vermont, where Gage was removing a small mountain of stone from the path of the new railroad when “something went wrong,” the understatement of the century, making today NATIONAL

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