Feast of Fabulous Wild Men Day
January 12, 2014 in the World

On this day we are encouraged to have a bit of fun, slightly on the naughty side! But don’t get to carried away!!!

“It’s Feast Of Fabulous Wild Men!” “Ogle and whistle at all the hunks you come across ! Just act wild and ask all your friends to do the same.”

Where is Feast of Fabulous Wild Men Day?
Worldwide

Pharmacist Day
January 12, 2014 in the USA

National Pharmacist Day is honors pharmacists, and recognizes their important role in medical care. A Pharmacist must be knowledgeable of the chemistry of all medicines. They can inform you of a drugs’ side effects, and all aspects of prescription medicine. Very importantly, they understand and recognize the inter-action of drugs together…many people take numerous drugs.

National Pharmacist Day recognizes this important role. If you are in the pharmacy today, make sure to wish your pharmacist a good day. Gifts and cards are not required.

Where is National Pharmacist Day?
Nationwide USA

Youth Day in India
January 12, 2014 in India

Youth Day in India takes place on January 12, 2014. Youth Day in India is celebrated on the birthday of Swami Vivekananda. In 1984, the Government of India declared and decided to observe the Birthday of Swami Vivekananda (12 January, according to the English calendar) as National Youth Day every year from 1985 onwards. To quote from the Government of India’s Communication, ‘It was felt that the philosophy of Swamiji and the ideals for which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for the Indian Youth.’

Where is Youth Day in India?
Nationwide India

Historical Events:

475 – Basiliscus becomes Byzantine Emperor, with a coronation ceremony in the Hebdomon palace in Constantinople.

1616 – Brazilian city Belem (the entrance gate to the Amazon) founded by Captain Major Francisco Branco

1816 – France decrees Bonaparte family excluded from the country forever

1896 – 1st X-ray photo in US (Dr Henry Smith, Davidson NC)

1908 – A long-distance radio message is sent from the Eiffel Tower for the first time.

1915 – House of Reps rejects proposal to give women right to vote

1937 – Plow for laying submarine cable patented

1948 – 1st Supermarket in UK opens

1961 – UN genocide pact goes into effect

1966 – “Batman” with Adam West & Burt Ward premieres on ABC TV

1967 – Dr. James Bedford becomes the first person to be cryonically preserved with intent of future resuscitation.

1971 – “All in the Family” premieres on CBS featuring 1st toilet flush on TV

1991 – US Congress gives George Bush authority to wage war against Iraq

1998 – Nineteen European nations agree to forbid human cloning.