On this day: September 25th, 2006

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  Let’s take a journey back to 2006 • The social media site Twitter is launched • The Iraqi Tribunal sentences Saddam Hussein to death by hanging • The DaVinci Code and The Departed clean up at the box office • The New Orleans Saints return to their beloved Super Dome and demolish the Falcons […]

On this day: September 23rd, 1973

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1973 Occurrences: Spiro Agnew resigns as Vice President Supreme Court rules on Roe v. Wade The median household income was $10,512 Best picture went to the Godfather A stamp cost $0.08 The Miami Dolphins lost to the Oakland Raiders 12-7 their first loss since the 1971 Super Bowl VI loss to the Dallas Cowboys. The Dolphins […]

On this day: September 12th, 1993

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1993 Occurrences: Bill Clinton began his first term as the 42nd US President Federal Agents raid religious cult in Waco, Texas The Patriots went from Pat Patriot to Flying Elvis The Pentium microprocessor was introduced by Intel Jurassic Park, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Sleepless in Seattle were among the top movies The defending champ Dallas Cowboys […]

On this day: September 10th, 1978

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1978 Occurrences: Sony introduces the walkman The Deer Hunter is one of the year’s top movies Eagles “Hotel California” is the record of the year The price of gas in the US ranged between 65 and 71 cents per gallon The Oakland Raiders score a touchdown on “the most zany, unbelievable, absolutely impossible dream of […]

On this day: September 6th

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3114 BC – According to the proleptic Julian calendar the current era in the Maya Long Count Calendar started (although I call bull shit, we have no friggin clue what happened 5,000 years ago to the day) 1628 – Puritans settle Salem, which later become part of  Massachusetts Bay Colony 1968 – Swaziland gained its independence 1972 – […]

On This Day: September 2nd

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1666 – The Great Fire of London breaks out and burns for 3 days, destroying 10,000 buildings 1901 – Vice President Teddy Roosevelt says the famous phrase: “Speak softly and carry a big stick” at the Minnesota State Fair 1948 – Terry Bradshaw was born (sidenote: he was born bald) 1963 – CBS News becomes […]