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    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      6 months ago

      Malcolm X assassinated, 1965
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      George Weedon is promoted to brigadier general, 1777
      AUTOMOTIVE
      NASCAR founded, 1948
      CIVIL WAR
      North and South clash at the Battle of Valverde, 1862
      COLD WAR
      Nixon arrives in China for talks, 1972
      CRIME
      Rockefeller imposter and convicted felon born, 1961
      Double agent Aldrich Ames is arrested, 1994
      DISASTER
      Tornadoes move across Mississippi River Delta, 1971
      GENERAL INTEREST
      Marx publishes Manifesto, 1848
      Washington Monument dedicated, 1885
      Nixon in China, 1972
      HOLLYWOOD
      Garbo's first U.S. film opens, 1926
      LITERARY
      Erma Bombeck is born, 1927
      MUSIC
      Dolly Parton cements her crossover success as "9 to 5" hits #1, 1981
      OLD WEST
      Cherokee receive their first printing press, 1828
      PRESIDENTIAL
      John Quincy Adams suffers a stroke, 1848
      SPORTS
      Dick Button wins second Olympic figure skating gold, 1952
      VIETNAM WAR
      Bernard Fall killed by mine in South Vietnam, 1967
      Kissinger begins secret negotiations with North Vietnamese, 1970
      Nixon visits China, 1972
      WORLD WAR I
      Battle of Verdun begins, 1916
      Allied troops capture Jericho, 1918
      WORLD WAR II
      Tojo makes himself "military czar", 1944
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      6 months ago

      The Maine explodes, 1898
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      Nova Scotia governor sends word of potential American invasion, 1776
      AUTOMOTIVE
      Victory at last for Earnhardt at Daytona, 1998
      CIVIL WAR
      Union General Alexander Stewart Webb born, 1835
      COLD WAR
      USSR and PRC sign mutual defense treaty, 1950
      CRIME
      The death penalty--then and now, 1933
      DISASTER
      Oil tanker runs aground near Wales, 1996
      GENERAL INTEREST
      Japan celebrates major victory in the Pacific, 1942
      Canada adopts maple leaf flag, 1965
      HOLLYWOOD
      Disney's Cinderella opens, 1950
      LITERARY
      Lillian Hellman sues Mary McCarthy, 1980
      MUSIC
      Broadway legend Ethel Merman dies, 1984
      OLD WEST
      Wilson Hunt arrives at Astoria, Oregon, 1812
      PRESIDENTIAL
      First Teddy bear goes on sale, 1903
      FDR escapes assassination in Miami, 1933
      SPORTS
      U.S. figure skating team killed in plane crash, 1961
      Dale Earnhardt wins first Daytona 500, 1998
      VIETNAM WAR
      DeGaulle offers to help end Vietnam War, 1966
      Chicago Eight defense attorneys sentenced, 1970
      WORLD WAR I
      Mutiny breaks out among Indian soldiers in Singapore, 1915
      WORLD WAR II
      Singapore falls to Japan, 1942
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      6 months ago

      Galileo in Rome for Inquisition, 1633
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      Patrick Henry named colonel of First Virginia battalion, 1776
      AUTOMOTIVE
      Actor Mel Gibson completes DUI probation, 2008
      CIVIL WAR
      Unoin General John Rawlins born, 1831
      COLD WAR
      Chernenko becomes general secretary, 1984
      CRIME
      Serial killer strikes in Colorado, 1982
      DISASTER
      Cinema burns in Turin, 1983
      GENERAL INTEREST
      William and Mary proclaimed joint sovereigns of Britain, 1689
      First Medal of Honor action, 1861
      Dresden devastated, 1945
      HOLLYWOOD
      Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon gets 10 Oscar nominations, 2001
      LITERARY
      Long-lost Twain manuscript authenticated, 1991
      MUSIC
      ASCAP is founded, 1915
      OLD WEST
      Ashley advertises for western fur trappers, 1822
      PRESIDENTIAL
      Teddy Roosevelt discusses America's race problem, 1905
      SPORTS
      Downhill skier Hermann Maier crashes in Olympics, 1998
      VIETNAM WAR
      Johnson approves Operation Rolling Thunder, 1965
      Additional troops ordered to South Vietnam, 1968
      WORLD WAR I
      League of Nations recognizes perpetual Swiss neutrality, 1920
      WORLD WAR II
      Firebombing of Dresden, 1945
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      6 months ago

      Milosevic goes on trial for war crimes, 2002
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      Ethan Allen dies, 1789
      AUTOMOTIVE
      GM reports record loss, offers buyouts to 74,000 workers, 2008
      CIVIL WAR
      Rebel General Robert Ransom is born, 1828
      COLD WAR
      Russian ships bump U.S. destroyer and cruiser, 1988
      CRIME
      Actor Sal Mineo is killed in Hollywood, 1976
      DISASTER
      Iranian jet slams into mountain, 2002
      GENERAL INTEREST
      Congress enacts first fugitive slave law, 1793
      Garnet preaches to House on slavery and Civil War, 1865
      Last emperor of China abdicates, 1912
      Scharansky released, 1986
      President Clinton acquitted, 1999
      HOLLYWOOD
      Writers' strike ends after 100 days, 2008
      LITERARY
      Judy Blume, popular young-adult author, is born, 1938
      MUSIC
      Rhapsody In Blue, by George Gershwin, performed for first time, 1924
      OLD WEST
      Lorne Greene is born, 1915
      PRESIDENTIAL
      Abraham Lincoln is born, 1809
      SPORTS
      Basketball great Bill Russell born, 1934
      VIETNAM WAR
      Cambodians launch attack to retake Angkor Wat, 1972
      Release of U.S. POWs begins, 1973
      WORLD WAR I
      British planes raid Belgian coast, 1915
      American schooner Lyman M. Law is sunk, 1917
      WORLD WAR II
      Rommel in Africa, 1941
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      6 months ago

      LEAD STORY
      Nelson Mandela released from prison, 1990
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      Georgia's governor escapes imprisonment, 1776
      AUTOMOTIVE
      GM signs first autoworkers contract, 1937
      CIVIL WAR
      President-elect Lincoln leaves Springfield, 1861
      COLD WAR
      Burgess and Maclean resurface, 1956
      CRIME
      Birth control pioneer arrested, 1916
      DISASTER
      Avalanches plague central Europe, 1952
      GENERAL INTEREST
      Virgin Mary appears to St. Bernadette, 1858
      Yalta Conference ends, 1945
      The world's fourth space power, 1970
      HOLLYWOOD
      Tolkien heirs file Lord of the Rings lawsuit, 2008
      LITERARY
      Voltaire is welcomed home, 1778
      MUSIC
      The Payola scandal heats up, 1960
      Pop superstar Whitney Houston dies at age 48, 2012
      OLD WEST
      Sacagawea gives birth to Pompey, 1805
      PRESIDENTIAL
      FDR and daughter Anna leave Yalta Conference, 1945
      SPORTS
      Underdog Buster Douglas knocks out Mike Tyson, 1990
      VIETNAM WAR
      Farm Gate aircraft crashes, 1962
      WORLD WAR I
      Russia's General Kaledin commits suicide, 1918
      WORLD WAR II
      The "Channel Dash", 1942
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      6 months ago

      Kasparov loses chess game to computer, 1996
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      The Battle of Carr's Fort, 1779
      AUTOMOTIVE
      Auto safety crusader Ralph Nader testifies before Congress, 1966
      CIVIL WAR
      Davis learns he is Confederate president, 1861
      COLD WAR
      Soviets exchange American for captured Russian spy, 1962
      CRIME
      Boxing legend convicted of raping beauty queen, 1992
      DISASTER
      Avalanche buries skiers in France, 1970
      GENERAL INTEREST
      The French and Indian War ends, 1763
      Spies swapped, 1962
      Brown elected chairman of the Democratic Party, 1989
      HOLLYWOOD
      Final episode of Arrested Development airs on Fox, 2006
      Iconic child star Shirley Temple dies at 85, 2014
      LITERARY
      Laura Ingalls Wilder, chronicler of American frontier life, dies, 1957
      MUSIC
      Ziggy Stardust makes his earthly debut, 1972
      OLD WEST
      Mormons begin exodus to Utah, 1846
      PRESIDENTIAL
      Herbert Hoover marries Lou Henry, 1899
      SPORTS
      Deep Blue beats Kasparov at chess, 1996
      VIETNAM WAR
      Viet Cong blow up U.S. barracks, 1965
      Journalists killed in helicopter crash, 1971
      WORLD WAR I
      U.S. secretary of war resigns, 1916
      WORLD WAR II
      Japanese sub bombards Midway, 1942
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      6 months ago

      Satchel Paige nominated to Baseball Hall of Fame, 1971
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      Future New Jersey governor is promoted, 1776
      AUTOMOTIVE
      Auto pioneer Wilhelm Maybach born, 1846
      CIVIL WAR
      Yankee General George Custer marries, 1864
      COLD WAR
      McCarthy says communists are in State Department, 1950
      CRIME
      Coors brewery heir is kidnapped, 1960
      DISASTER
      U.S. sub collides with Japanese fishing boat in Pearl Harbor, 2001
      GENERAL INTEREST
      Presidential election decided in the House, 1825
      Davis Cup competition established, 1900
      Normandie burns in New York, 1942
      McCarthy accuses State Department of communist infiltration, 1950
      HOLLYWOOD
      Joanne Woodward earns first star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1960
      LITERARY
      Alice Walker is born, 1944
      MUSIC
      America meets the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show, 1964
      OLD WEST
      Elizabeth Bacon marries George Custer, 1864
      PRESIDENTIAL
      William Henry Harrison is born, 1773
      SPORTS
      Magic Johnson returns for All-Star Game, 1992
      VIETNAM WAR
      U.S. sends first combat troops to South Vietnam, 1965
      USS Constellation arrives off coast of Vietnam., 1972
      WORLD WAR I
      Ukraine signs peace treaty with Central Powers, 1918
      WORLD WAR II
      Daylight saving time instituted, 1942
      The Normandie catches fire, 1942
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      7 months ago

      Truman announces development of H-bomb, 1950
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      Gouverneur Morris is born, 1752
      AUTOMOTIVE
      Cars.com names most memorable TV cars, 2007
      CIVIL WAR
      House passes the 13th Amendment, 1865
      COLD WAR
      First McDonald's opens in Soviet Union, 1990
      CRIME
      The McMartin Preschool trials, 1990
      DISASTER
      Flood wreaks havoc in Europe, 1953
      GENERAL INTEREST
      The death of Guy Fawkes, 1606
      Germany resumes submarine warfare, 1917
      Viet Cong attack U.S. Embassy, 1968
      Apollo 14 departs for the moon, 1971
      HOLLYWOOD
      Samuel Goldwyn dies, 1974
      LITERARY
      Norman Mailer is born, 1923
      MUSIC
      American composer Phillip Glass is born, 1937
      OLD WEST
      Author Zane Grey is born, 1872
      PRESIDENTIAL
      Clinton authorizes loan to Mexico, 1995
      SPORTS
      Doug Williams leads Redskins to Super Bowl victory, 1988
      VIETNAM WAR
      Viet Cong attack U.S. Embassy, 1968
      North Vietnam presents nine-point peace proposal, 1972
      WORLD WAR I
      Germans unleash U-boats, 1917
      WORLD WAR II
      The execution of Pvt. Slovik, 1945
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      7 months ago

      Challenger explodes, 1986
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      British plan to isolate New England, 1777
      AUTOMOTIVE
      "Shuttin' Detroit Down" debuts, 2009
      CIVIL WAR
      Confederate General Thomas Hindman is born, 1828
      COLD WAR
      Soviets shoot down U.S. jet, 1964
      CRIME
      Killer couple strikes the heartland, 1958
      DISASTER
      Challenger explodes after liftoff, 1986
      GENERAL INTEREST
      U.S. ends search for Pancho Villa, 1917
      Afrikaner police admit to killing Stephen Biko, 1997
      HOLLYWOOD
      Clint Eastwood honored by Directors Guild of America, 2006
      LITERARY
      Colette is born, 1873
      MUSIC
      American recording artists gather to record "We Are the World", 1985
      OLD WEST
      First train crosses the Panamanian isthmus, 1855
      PRESIDENTIAL
      Wilson nominates Brandeis to the Supreme Court, 1916
      SPORTS
      Vince Lombardi hired as Packers coach, 1959
      VIETNAM WAR
      Cease-fire goes into effect, 1973
      Ford asks for additional aid, 1975
      WORLD WAR I
      Germans sink American merchant ship, 1915
      WORLD WAR II
      Burma Road is reopened, 1945
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

    • Angus314

      This day in history...

      7 months ago

      Packers face Chiefs in first Super Bowl, 1967
      AMERICAN REVOLUTION
      New Connecticut (Vermont) declares independence, 1777
      AUTOMOTIVE
      Ford Foundation is born, 1936
      CIVIL WAR
      Fort Fisher falls to Union forces, 1865
      COLD WAR
      Dulles calls for "liberation of captive peoples", 1953
      CRIME
      Hill Street Blues begins run, 1981
      DISASTER
      Molasses floods Boston streets, 1919
      GENERAL INTEREST
      Elizabeth crowned queen of England, 1559
      First appearance of the Democratic donkey, 1870
      Martin Luther King Jr. born, 1929
      Biafra surrenders to Nigeria, 1970
      Qaddafi becomes premier of Libya, 1970
      Sully Sullenberger performs Miracle on the Hudson, 2009
      HOLLYWOOD
      Last episode of soap opera Santa Barbara airs, 1993
      LITERARY
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame is finished, 1831
      MUSIC
      "American Pie" hits #1 on the pop charts, 1972
      OLD WEST
      The utopian Amana colony embraces capitalism, 1933
      PRESIDENTIAL
      Nixon suspends military action in North Vietnam, 1973
      SPORTS
      Packers beat Chiefs in first Super Bowl, 1967
      VIETNAM WAR
      Kennedy says U.S. troops are not fighting, 1962
      Nixon halts military action against North Vietnam, 1973
      WORLD WAR I
      Rebel leaders are murdered in failed coup in Berlin, 1919
      WORLD WAR II
      The "Witch of Buchenwald" is sentenced to prison, 1951
      www.history.com/this-day-in-history

  • Comments (26)

    • Zibal

      Zibal

      3 years ago

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LGI2YNGPY4 :D here you go!

      • Zibal

        Zibal

        3 years ago

        No problem, anytime bro! :D

      • Angus314

        Angus314

        3 years ago

        bitchen. thanks bro.

    • Jcach

      Jcach

      3 years ago

      I drew you:
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      My train of thought went from "you post the history journals" to "there for you know all history, in which case you could take over the world."

    • Myshu

      Myshu chupariffic

      3 years ago

      Special delivery!
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    • Treyrs20o9

      Treyrs20o9

      3 years ago

      Yeah well fuck you too!


      I mean, oh....crap...thanks! smiley0.gif


      EDIT: Nice avatar by the way!

      Post edited 1/15/12 9:00PM

    • SailorTweek

      SailorTweek RT Booth Babe

      3 years ago

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    • Charlie8282

      Charlie8282

      3 years ago

      In reply to Angus314, #3:

      if i could put Ray's yell into words, that would be your reply smiley13.gif

    • Charlie8282

      Charlie8282

      3 years ago

      Thanks! internet Box fan, are you? smiley13.gif

    • Count3D

      Count3D Site Admin

      3 years ago

      Thanks!

    • Patrick

      Patrick Nerf Herder

      3 years ago

      Thanks!

    • go_naruto

      go_naruto

      3 years ago

      Hahaha, oki oki. XD