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So far I’ve posted this on FB and Happier. I’m all flabbergasted!

I went to bed last night with all ten toesies painted and I woke up to this:

the missing polish

The nail is still there, just the polish is gone….. 😛 What the….???? Hubs is like, “What the???” LOL 😛

And in other news, I’m at work and on-call. I have also found a new music artist to listen too, and this has a very catchy beat, I can’t stop wiggling in my chair! 😀 

Have a great day!!! 😀

Calendar day; August 31, 2014

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 Sunday, the 31st of August, 2014 is the 243th day in 2014 and in the 35th calendar week.
 
General Events:
 
International Overdose Awareness Day
August 31, 2014 in the World
 
International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year and aims to raise awareness of overdose and reduce the stigma of a drug-related death. It also acknowledges the grief felt by families and friends remembering those who have met with death or permanent injury as a result of drug overdose.
 
IOAD spreads the message that the tragedy of overdose death is preventable. Wear Silver to show your support.
 
The theme for 2014 is Rethink and Remember.
 
International Overdose Awareness Day: http://www.overdoseday.com/
 
Where is International Overdose Awareness Day?
Worldwide
 
Hari Merdeka 2014
August 31, 2014 in Malaysia
 
Hari Merdeka is observed on August 31, 2014. Hari Merdeka is a national day of Malaysia commemorating the independence of the Federation of Malaya from British colonial rule in 1957, celebrated on August 31 each year. This should not be confused with Hari Malaysia (Malaysia Day) when Malaysia was formed on 16 September, 1963 together by Federation of Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak and Singapore.
 
Where is Hari Merdeka?
Nationwide Malaysia
 
Limba noastra 2014
August 31, 2014 in Moldova
 
Limba noastra is celebrated on August 31, 2014. Limba noastra (English: “Our language”) is a public holiday in Moldova. On August 27, 1989, the Popular Front of Moldova organized a mass demonstration in Chisinau, that became known as the Great National Assembly, which pressured the authorities of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic to adopt a language law on August 31, 1989 that proclaimed the Moldovan language written in the Latin script to be the state language of the MSSR. Its identity with the Romanian language was also established. On June 23, 1990 the Moldovan Parliament established August 31 as a national language day.
 
Where is Limba noastra?
Nationwide Moldova
 
Brazilian Day 2014
August 31, 2014 in New York
 
Brazilian Day is celebrated on August 31, 2014. “Brazilian Day”, is a party which takes place in New York and other cities around the world. It’s held always on a Sunday, the weekend of Labor Day, to celebrate Brazil’s independence day. Brazilian Day makes part of the official calendar of New York city. The event first ran in 1984 at 46th Street, which is currently known as “The Brazilian Street”.
 
Where is Brazilian Day?
Nationwide New York
 
National Eat Outside Day
August 31, 2014 in the USA
 
It’s Eat Outside Day! Today is the last day of August, which makes this a very timely celebration. It’s the perfect opportunity to take your breakfast, lunch, or dinner into the great outdoors and enjoy the last few days of warm summer weather.
 
Al-fresco dining first became popular in the 18th century. Patrons who enjoyed eating their meals in the open air could visit tea gardens, seashore resorts, or rooftop restaurants. Eating outside was considered a tourist activity up until the early 1900s. Around that time, the first sidewalk cafés appeared on the streets of Manhattan.
 
There are many ways that you can participate in Eat Outside Day. Eat at your favorite outdoor restaurant, enjoy a popsicle on your porch, organize a barbeque in your backyard, or have a picnic at a local park. Whatever you decide to do, just be sure to enjoy some time outside. Have fun!
 
Where is National Eat Outside Day?
Nationwide USA
 
Historical Events on 31st August:
 
1056 – Byzantine Empress Theodora becomes ill, dying suddenly a few days later, without children to succeed the throne, ending the Macedonian dynasty.
 
1422 – Henry VI, becomes King of England at the age of 9 months.
 
1842 – Micah Rugg patents a nuts & bolts machine
 
1887 – Thomas A Edison patents Kinetoscope, (produces moving pictures)
 
1897 – Thomas Edison patented his movie camera (Kinetograph)
 
1919 – John Reed forms American Communist Labor Party in Chicago
 
1920 – Belgium starts paying old age pensions
 
1939 – Japanese invasion army driven out of Mongolia
 
1948 – Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands celebrates golden jubilee
 
1957 – Malaysia (formerly Malaya) gains independence from Britain
 
1962 – Trinidad & Tobago gain independence from Britain (National Day)
 
1968 – 12,000 die in 7.8 quake destroys 60,000 buildings in NE Iran
 
1976 – Trinidad & Tobago adopts constitution
 
1978 – Constitution adopted by Sri Lanka
 
1980 – Poland’s Solidarity labor union forms
1980 – The Gdansk Agreement is signed.
 
1990 – East & West Germany sign a treaty to join legal & political systems
 
1994 – The Provisional Irish Republican Army declares a ceasefire.
 
1997 – Diana, Princess of Wales, dies in a car crash in a road tunnel, Paris
 

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The “Lazy Bee” …. Enjoy a gallery!!

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It Is What It Is

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“As it appears in ….”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bee

Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, and are known for their role in pollination and for producing honey and beeswax. Bees are a monophyletic lineage within the superfamily Apoidea, presently considered as a clade Anthophila. There are nearly 20,000 known species of bees in seven to nine recognized families, though many are undescribed and the actual number is probably higher. They are found on every continent except Antarctica, in every habitat on the planet that contains insect-pollinated flowering plants.

Bees are adapted for feeding on nectar and pollen, the former primarily as an energy source and the latter primarily for protein and other nutrients. Most pollen is used as food for larvae.

Bees have a long proboscis (a complex “tongue”) that enables them to obtain the nectar from flowers. They have antennae almost universally made up of…

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The Witches Almanac for Saturday, August 30th

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Calendar day; August 30, 2014

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Saturday, the 30th of August, 2014 is the 242th day in 2014 and in the 35th calendar week.

General Events:

International Day of the Disappeared
August 30, 2014 in the World

International Day of the Disappeared is observed on August 30, 2014. It is a day created to draw attention to the fate of individuals imprisoned at places and under poor conditions unknown to their relatives and/or legal representatives.

The impulse for the day came from the Latin American Federation of Associations for Relatives of Detained-Disappeared (Federación Latinoamericana de Asociaciones de Familiares de Detenidos-Desaparecidos, or FEDEFAM), a non-governmental organization founded in 1981 in Costa Rica as an association of local and regional groups actively working against secret imprisonment and forced disappearances in a number of Latin-American countries.

Work on secret imprisonment is an important part of the activities for a number of international bodies and organizations in the fields of human rights activism and humanitarian aid. But the definition of the Missing or the Disappeared goes far beyond the victims of enforced disappearance. It includes all those whose families have lost contact as the result of conflicts, natural disasters or other tragedies.

International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances: http://www.un.org/en/events/disappearancesday/

Where is International Day of the Disappeared?
Worldwide

International Whale Shark Day
August 30, 2014 in the World

The bunnies have got Easter sewn up and Christmas is all about Rudolph, so it’s only fair that everyone’s favourite fish, the whale shark, gets a bite at the cherry.

Started in 2012, International Whale Shark Day celebrates these gentle giants. Growing up to 14 metres long and 12 tons heavy, whale sharks have a face only a mother could love: no whale shark will ever win a beauty contest, so it’s right they’re made to feel special one day a year. However, there’s a serious purpose to the day, which aims to raise awareness of how this animal has been hunted to vulnerability for its highly prized fins and meat.

So, why not show a little solidarity on International Whale Shark Day and celebrate our finned friends? Go coastal and try and glimpse a whale or perhaps bake a (fish)cake. Whatever you do, just don’t watch Jaws.

Where is International Whale Shark Day?
Worldwide

Frankenstein Day
August 30, 2014 in the World

It might seem odd to celebrate Frankenstein Day two months before Halloween, but Aug. 30 is Mary Shelley’s birthday. The writer was born 216 years ago today in 1797.

No ghost story has a better creation myth than “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus” (1818). Shelley and her lover, Percy Shelley, were on vacation in Geneva when their traveling companions Lord Byron and John Polidori proposed they play the sort of party game that brilliant Romantic writers played before Trivial Pursuits: Who can write the best horror story?

Polidori gave us “The Vampyre”; Mary Shelley dreamed up the too-bold scientist.

There are three known “days’, and as a result, a little confusion. We have Frankenstein Friday, National Frankenstein Day, and Frankenstein Day. Let’s clarify these days for you…….

Frankenstein Day is on August 30. This day is in honor of author Mary Wollenstone Shelley who was born on August 30,1797. She wrote the book “Frankenstein “in 1818. This day in in honor of her birth.

Frankenstein Friday is the last Friday in October. Originally, we traced some references back to a website on Frankenberry cereal, which suggests a commercial origin. Recently, the creator came forward and told us about this special day that he created. Ron MacCloskey, the creator of this special day, by awarding “The Franky” to someone who has made a significant contribution to the promotion of Frankenstein.

National Frankenstein Day (USA) Google posts this as October 29th. We have not been able to verify that this as a true National Day. Our latest research suggests this day is really Frankenstein Friday.

Where is Frankenstein Day?
Worldwide

National Toasted Marshmallow Day
August 30, 2014 in the USA

Today is National Toasted Marshmallow Day! With summer coming to a close, today is the perfect opportunity to invite friends and family to gather around a campfire and toast up some marshmallows.

The history of the marshmallow dates all the way back to Ancient Egypt. The Egyptians harvested the sweet gooey extract of the mallow plant and used it to make candy. It was a very special treat reserved exclusively for gods and royalty. The modern-day marshmallows we know and love today emerged during the 19th century.

To celebrate National Toasted Marshmallow Day, grab a stick and a bag of marshmallows, and head outside to toast some marshmallows over the fire. Enjoy the last few weeks of the summer season!

Where is National Toasted Marshmallow Day?
Nationwide USA

Historical Events on 30th August:

1146 – European leaders outlaw crossbow, intending to end war for all time

1363 – Beginning date of the Battle of Lake Poyang; the forces of two Chinese rebel leaders— Chen Youliang and Zhu Yuanzhang—are pitted against each other in what was one of the largest naval battles in history, during the last decade of the ailing, Mongol-led Yuan Dynasty.

1645 – Dutch & Indians sign peace treaty (New Amsterdam (NY))

1721 – Russian/Swedish Peace of Nystad, ends North Sea War

1854 – John Fremont issues proclamation freeing slaves of Missouri rebels

1873 – Austrian explorers Julius von Payer and Karl Weyprecht discover the archipelago of Franz Joseph Land in the Arctic Sea.

1885 – 13,000 meteors seen in 1 hour near Andromeda

1888 – Lord Walsingham kills 1,070 grouse in a single day

1901 – Hubert Cecil Booth patents vacuum cleaner

1909 – Burgess Shale fossils discovered by Charles Doolittle Walcott.

1918 – Czechoslovakia forms independent republic

1939 – Isoroku Yamamoto appointed supreme commander of Japanese fleet

1960 – East Germany imposes a partial blockade on West Berlin

1962 – Japan conducts a test of the NAMC YS-11, its first aircraft since the war and its only successful commercial aircraft from before or after the war.

1963 – Hotline communication link between Pentagon (Washington) and the Klemlin (Moscow) installed

1976 – Turks & Caicos Islands adopts constitution

1979 – 1st recorded occurrence of a comet hitting the sun (energy=1 million hydrogen bombs)

1980 – Polish government recognizes Solidarity union

1993 – 150,000,000 millionth visitor to Eiffel Tower

Calendar day; August 29, 2014

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Friday, the 29th of August, 2014 is the 241th day in 2014 and in the 35th calendar week.
 
General Events:
 
International Day Against Nuclear Tests
August 29, 2014 in the World
 
International Day against Nuclear Tests takes place on August 29, 2014. It was established on December 2, 2009 at the 64th session of the United Nations General Assembly by the resolution 64/35, which was adopted unanimously. The resolution in particular calls for increasing awareness “about the effects of nuclear weapon test explosions or any other nuclear explosions and the need for their cessation as one of the means of achieving the goal of a nuclear-weapon-free world”.
 
The resolution was initiated by Kazakhstan together with several sponsors and cosponsors to commemorate the closure of the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site on August 29, 1991. Following the establishment of the International Day against Nuclear Tests, in May 2010 all state parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons committed themselves to “achieve the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons”.
 
International Day Against Nuclear Tests: http://www.un.org/en/events/againstnucleartestsday/
 
Where is the event?
Worldwide
 
More Herbs, Less Salt Day
August 29, 2014 in the World
 
More Herbs, Less Salt Day promotes use of healthy herbs over salts. Salt is fine but it’s easy to get too much…it blasts up your blood pressure and bloats you out like a wasted zombie.
 
Late August is a very appropriate time to celebrate this special day. The harvest of garden herbs is at a peak. There’s nothing better than fresh garden herbs in your favorite recipes. 
 
Wildly popular cooking herbs include basil, dill, lavender, mint, parsley and rosemary. Look for them in the fresh veggie section at your grocery store or even better, at your local farmer’s market. Now get cooking!
 
Where is More Herbs, Less Salt Day?
Worldwide
 
International Bat Night: (29-31)
August 29, 2014 in the World
 
The Bat Night takes place every year since 1997 in more than 30 countries on the last full weekend of August.
 
Nature conservation agencies and NGOs from across Europe pass on information to the public about the way bats live and their needs with presentations, exhibitions and bat walks, often offering the opportunity to listen to bat sounds with the support of ultrasound technology. The general date is set for the last full weekend in August; however, local organisers sometimes choose other dates if more convenient.
 
The 18th International Bat Night will take place on 30-31 August 2014.
 
Bat Conservation International: http://www.batcon.org/
 
Where is International Bat Night?
Worldwide
 
National Chop Suey Day
August 29, 2014 in the USA
 
Today is Chop Suey Day! No one really knows where this Chinese-American dish originated. Some say that Chinese immigrants created the dish after arriving in America, while others insist that the dish is traditionally Chinese. Either way, chop suey is now a staple on many Chinese restaurant menus across the country.
 
So, what exactly is chop suey? It is a stir fry made with a hodgepodge of ingredients like egg, meat, and vegetables. In fact, the name “chop suey” comes from a Cantonese word meaning “odds and ends.” The dish is traditionally served with rice or noodles to soak up all the delicious flavors.
 
Today, head to your favorite Chinese restaurant and order some delicious chop suey to celebrate Chop Suey Day. Enjoy!
 
Where is National Chop Suey Day?
Nationwide USA
 
Historical Events on 29th August:
 
708 – Copper coins are minted in Japan for the first time (Traditional Japanese date: August 10, 708).
 
1350 – Battle of Winchelsea (or Les Espagnols sur Mer): The English naval fleet under King Edward III defeats a Castilian fleet of 40 ships.
 
1533 – Francisco Pizarro orders death of last Incan King of Peru, Atahualpa
 
1541 – The Ottoman Turks capture Buda, the capital of the Hungarian Kingdom.
 
1640 – English King Charles I signed a peace treaty with Scotland
 
1664 – Adriaen Pieck/Gerrit de Ferry patent wooden firespout in Amsterdam
 
1756 – Prussian Libya occupies Saxson: beginning 7 years War
 
1758 – New Jersey Legislature forms 1st Indian reservation
 
1793 – Slaves in French colony of St Domingue (Haiti) freed
 
1825 – Portugal recognizes the Independence of Brazil.
 
1833 – Britain’s Slavery Abolition Act becomes law
 
1842 – Great Britain & China sign Treaty of Nanking, ends Opium war
 
1844 – 1st white-indian lacrosse game in Montreal, Indians win
 
1854 – Self-governing windmill patented (Daniel Halladay)
 
1871 – Emperor Meiji orders the Abolition of the han system and the establishment of prefectures as local centers of administration. (Traditional Japanese date: July 14, 1871).
 
1883 – Seismic sea waves created by Krakatoa eruption create a rise in English Channel 32 hrs after explosion
 
1885 – Gottlieb Daimler receives German patent for a motorcycle
 
1896 – Chop suey invented in NYC by chef of visiting Chinese Ambassador
 
1898 – The Goodyear tire company is founded.
 
1910 – Japan changes Korea’s name to Chosen and appoints a governor-general to rule its new colony.
 
1929 – German airship Graf Zeppelin ends a round-the-world flight
 
1957 – Congress passes Civil Rights Act of 1957
 
1962 – US U-2 flight sees SAM launch pads in Cuba
 
1975 – Star in Cygnus goes nova becoming 4th brightest in sky
 
1982 – The synthetic chemical element Meitnerium, atomic number 109, is first synthesized at the Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung in Darmstadt, Germany.
 
1990 – Saddam Hussein declares America can’t beat Iraq
 
1995 – NATO launches Operation Deliberate Force against Bosnian Serb forces.
 

To start the day …. Throwback to “We Are the World”!!

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It Is What It Is

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~~August 28, 2014~~

Why are there so many differences between human beings? There are characteristics that define us in different groups, I accept that but deep down, we are the same. 

We are conceived the same way, we come into this way the same way. Anatomically speaking, we are the same. The biological processes that keep our metabolism going and the cellular functions going are the same. Our DNA is the same. 

It’s only outside, physical attributes that make us different.

“We may have different religions, different languages, different color skin, but we all belong to one human race.”

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Why can’t we all realize this and accept that we are the same and that we are ONE?

What touches one, touches all.

We ALL bleed RED!! 

The Potential is there, so is the Spirit. All that is needed is the Spark.

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27 Shots of Pure Feel-Good! Enjoy :)

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Our world is an AWESOME world!

27 guaranteed smile-makers coming up!

1. A picture of Seth Rogen holding a puppy

This picture of Seth Rogen holding a puppy

2. Hockey player makes a child fans year

Hockey player makes a child fans year

3. When a WW2 veteran watches a raceWhen a WW2 vet watches a race

4. Guard follows this little man’s lead

Guard follows kid's lead

5. This beautiful little amphibian found a perfect spot to escape the afternoon sun

Found a perfect spot to escape the afternoon sun

 6. I’m letting go Daddy!

Balancing Laughing Baby

7. Never mind the Ali shuffle, check this out…

Never mind the ali shuffle, check this out

8. Novak Djokovic makes a ball boy’s day

Novak Djokovic makes a ball boy's dayeer's day

9. Hey my human, I love you too much. You’re NOT hiding from me…

Hey my human, I love you too much. You're NOT hiding from me...

10. They’re ain’t no mountain high enough…to keep us apart

tennis players hugging

11. The best-est ever birthday present

The best-est ever birthday present

12. My turn to push you Dad!

boy pushing dad on a swing

13. They were Kung-Fu Fighting—-with a kiss

They were Kung-Fu Fighting----with a kiss

14. FISTBUMP with the most powerful man!

obama fistbump

15. It’s all about the eyebrows

It's all about the eyebrows

16. That’s not a hug. This is a hug…

That's not a hug. This is a hug...

17. Never, ever give up

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Calendar day; August 28, 2014

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Thursday, the 28th of August, 2014 is the 240th day in 2014 and in the 35th calendar week.
 
General Events:
 
Radio Commercials Day
August 28, 2014 in the World
 
Radio commercials are often seen as an irritation to be endured while waiting for some music to come on, but they have been part of the entertainment business for nearly a century and provide employment for many people. Radio Commercials Day commemorates the day when the very first radio commercial was broadcast on New York station, WEAF. This took place on August 28th 1922 and was for an American estate agent, Queensboro Realty for $100. It wasn’t until 1973 that the UK had its first radio commercial, which ran on LBC and promoted Birds Eye frozen food. Many early radio commercials can be found online, and a great way to celebrate Radio Commercials Day is to listen to a few and be transported back in time. Alternatively, track down some radio commercials from around the world and be entertained by the huge variety of tone and style that are used in radio adverts from different countries.
 
Where is Radio Commercials Day?
Worldwide
 
Race Your Mouse Around the Icons Day
August 28, 2014 in the World
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It’s almost irresistible – when your computer is slow to load, and when you’re waiting for something to happen, you can’t resist the urge to play with the mouse and the cursor.
 
Whether you’re procrastinating, plain bored or it’s actually one of your favourite sporting activities (if so, you should probably re-evaluate a few things… just saying), then this day is your day to go nuts.
 
Race Your Mouse Around The Icons Day embraces this, and encourages you to go crazy with your cursor!
 
How to Race Your Mouse Around the Icons: http://www.wikihow.com/Race-Your-Mouse-Around-the-Icons
 
Where is Race Your Mouse Day?
Worldwide
 
National Cherry Turnover Day
August 28, 2014 in the USA
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It’s National Cherry Turnover Day! Turnovers are a delicious pastry that can be enjoyed for breakfast or dessert. They originated in ancient times and are classified as “portable pies.” Other dishes in this culinary family include pasties, empanadas, and spring rolls.
 
A traditional cherry turnover recipe calls for puff pastry, which is stuffed with a gooey cherry filling and then baked until golden brown. There are many variations on this classic treat though. Some recipes call for cream cheese, extra lemon juice, or even ice cream.
 
To celebrate National Cherry Turnover Day, bake your own homemade cherry turnovers to share with friends and family! Bon appétit!
 
TOTAL TIME: Prep/Total Time: 20 min.
MAKES: 4 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 tube (8 ounces) refrigerated crescent rolls
  • 1 cup cherry pie filling
  • 1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons milk

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375°. Unroll crescent dough and separate into four rectangles; place on an ungreased baking sheet. Press perforations to seal. Place 1/4 cup pie filling on one half of each rectangle. Fold dough over filling; pinch edges to seal. Bake 10-12 minutes or until golden.
  2. Place confectioners’ sugar in a small bowl; stir in enough milk to achieve a drizzling consistency. Drizzle over turnovers. Serve warm. Yield: 4 servings.

Read more: http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/quick-cherry-turnovers#ixzz3BhMRsJKE

Where is National Cherry Turnover Day?
Nationwide USA
 
Historical Events on 28th August:
 
476 – Western Roman Empire formally disbands, emperor Romulus August ousted
 
1521 – Turkish sultan Suleiman I’s troops occupy Belgrade
 
1565 – Pedro Menéndez de Avilés sights land near St. Augustine, Florida and founds the oldest continuously occupied European-established city in the continental United States.
 
1609 – Henry Hudson, discovers & explores Delaware Bay
 
1640 – Second Bishop’s War: King Charles I’s English army loses to a Scottish Covenanter force at the Battle of Newburn
 
1789 – Sir William Herschel discovers Saturn’s moon Enceladus
 
1837 – Pharmacists John Lea & William Perrins manufacture Worcestershire Sauce
 
1859 – A geomagnetic storm causes the Aurora Borealis to shine so brightly that it is seen clearly over parts of USA, Europe, and even as far afield as Japan.
 
1864 – The first Geneva Convention, governing rules of warfare, signed by 26 nations.
 
1867 – United States occupy Midway Islands in the Pacific
 
1898 – Caleb Bradham renames his carbonated soft drink “Pepsi-Cola”.
 
1925 – Meteorite falls on Ellemeet, Schouwen, Devil Island
 
1937 – Toyota Motors becomes an independent company.
 
1943 – Denmark declares a universal strike against Nazi occupiers
 
1952 – German & Israeli reach accord about recovery payments
 
1955 – Black teenager Emmett Till is brutally murdered in Mississippi, galvanizing the nascent American Civil Rights Movement.
 
1957 – US Senator James Thurmond (Rep, SC) begins 24-hr filibuster against civil rights bill
 
1963 – Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his “I have a dream speech” adressing civil rights march at Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC
 
1963 – Evergreen Point Bridge, the longest floating bridge in the world, opens between Seattle and Medina, Washington, US.
 
1982 – The first Gay Games are held in San Francisco.
 
1990 – Iraq declares Kuwait to be its newest province.
 
1994 – 1st Japanese gay pride parade
 
1997 – Belgian amusement park riders were stuck upside down for 90 minutes
 
 

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