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Old 09-21-2016, 03:18 PM   #271
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I like this thread, btw. Adda boy, Gravdigr. Thanks for investing the time every day. Will you end it after you've done the entire year?
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Old 09-22-2016, 01:34 PM   #272
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I don't know. Maybe branch out into specific areas related to Dwellars. Like Today In Seattle, or, This Day On Arran.

I only got 4-5months to go.

I'm glad people are enjoying it.
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Old 09-22-2016, 02:51 PM   #273
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Yeah. It's good stuff. There is almost always something interesting in there each day.
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Old 09-22-2016, 02:58 PM   #274
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September 22

Today marks the September Equinox, the moment when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator, heading southward.

Today is OneWebDay, as well as World Car Free Day, not to be confused with World Free Car Day, which only occurs in Oprahland.

Only 93 days until Christmas.

1692 – The last of those convicted of witchcraft in the Salem witch trials are hanged; the remainder of those convicted are all eventually released.

1711 – The Tuscarora War begins in present-day North Carolina between British, Dutch, and German settlers and the Tuscarora Tribe.

1776 – Nathan Hale is hanged for spying during American Revolution.

1823 – Joseph Smith states he found the Golden plates on this date after being directed by God through the Angel Moroni to the place where they were buried.

1885 – Lord Randolph Churchill makes a speech in Ulster in opposition to Home Rule.

1888 – The first issue of National Geographic Magazine is published.

1892 – Lindal Railway Incident occurred, providing inspiration for "The Lost Special" by Arthur Conan Doyle and the TV series Lost.

1896 – Queen Victoria surpasses her grandfather King George III as the longest reigning monarch in British history.

1910 – The Duke of York's Picture House opens in Brighton, now the oldest continually operating cinema in Britain.

1914 – German submarine SM U-9 torpedoes and sinks the British cruisers HMS Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy on the Broad Fourteeens off the Dutch coast with the loss of over 1,400 men.

1919 – The steel strike of 1919, led by the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, begins in Pennsylvania before spreading across the United States.

1927 – Jack Dempsey loses the "Long Count" boxing match to Gene Tunney.

1941 – World War II: On Jewish New Year Day, the German SS murder 6,000 Jews in Vinnytsia, Ukraine. Those are the survivors of the previous killings that took place a few days earlier in which about 24,000 Jews were executed.

1955 – In the United Kingdom, the television channel ITV goes live for the first time.

1957 – In Haiti, Franηois 'Papa Doc' Duvalier is elected president.

1975 – Sara Jane Moore (one of only two women to attempt assassinating a U.S. president, the other being Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme, both attempts on Gerald Ford) tries to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford, but is foiled by Oliver Sipple.

1979 – A bright flash, resembling the detonation of a nuclear weapon, is observed near the Prince Edward Islands. Its cause is never determined.

1980 – Iraq invades Iran.

1985 - The first Farm Aid benefit concert was held before a crowd of 80,000 people at the Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Illinois. Organized by Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young, the event had been spurred on by Bob Dylan's comments at Live Aid earlier in that year that he hoped some of the money would help American farmers. The star studded line-up of country stars included: Alabama, Hoyt Axton, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Charlie Daniels Band, John Denver, Bob Dylan, John Fogerty, Vince Gill, Merle Haggard, Emmylou Harris, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Kris Kristofferson, Loretta Lynn, Roger Miller, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Willie Nelson, Charley Pride, Bonnie Raitt, Kenny Rogers.

1991 – The Dead Sea Scrolls are made available to the public for the first time by the Huntington Library.

1995 – An E-3B AWACS crashes outside Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska after multiple bird strikes to two of the four engines soon after takeoff; all 24 on board are killed.

Births

1515 – Anne of Cleves; 1741 – Peter Simon Pallas (Pallus' Cat); 1791 – Michael Faraday; 1885 – Erich von Stroheim; 1896 – Henry Segrave; 1902 – John Houseman; 1903 – Joseph Valachi (subject of The Valachi Papers); 1920 – Eric Baker (co-founded Amnesty International); 1924 – Charles Waterhouse; 1927 – Tommy Lasorda; 1943 – Toni Basil♪ ♫(sang "Mickey"); 1948 – Jim Byrnes♪ ♫; 1951 – David Coverdale♪ ♫(Whitesnake, Deep Purple), Bobby Radcliff; 1954 – Shari Belafonte; 1956 – Debby Boone♪ ♫; 1957 – Nick Cave♪ ♫; 1958 – Andrea Bocelli♪ ♫, Neil Cavuto, Joan Jett; 1959 – Tai Babilonia; 1960 – Scott Baio; 1961 – Bonnie Hunt; 1975 – Bob Sapp

Deaths

1692 – Martha Corey; 1776 – Nathan Hale; 1989 – Irving Berlin♪ ♫; 1996 – Dorothy Lamour; 1999 – George C. Scott; 2001 – Isaac Stern; 2003 – Gordon Jump (stn manager on WKRP In Cincinnatti); 2006 – Edward Albert; 2010 – Eddie Fisher♪ ♫; 2011 – Vesta Williams♪ ♫; 2015 – Yogi Berra
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Old 09-22-2016, 04:54 PM   #275
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I'm addicted to it now... for some reason I'm always fascinated to see whose birthday it is that's within 5 years of me. We all enjoy our generation.
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Old 09-23-2016, 02:56 AM   #276
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I think i said it before, in another thread about image of the day, that i think your contribution to the cellar is stellar! I love this thread.

I have to take exception to your categorization of Amy Winehouse as 'British skank' though. I urge you to watch the documentary called Amy and still call her that.

Let me know what you think once you've watched it.

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Old 09-23-2016, 11:24 AM   #277
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I think "Amy" is on Netflix atm. I may give it a try as I've been watching a lot of music-oriented docs lately.

As for the 'skank' comment, that was test to see if you were paying attention.
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Old 09-23-2016, 12:07 PM   #278
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September 23

Today is Celebrate Bisexuality Day. So, Cellar guys, go find a pole. Cellar ladies, go talk to that little man in that boat. Tell him I said hello, and I miss him. And take pictures. Lots and lots of pictures.

1338 – The Battle of Arnemuiden was the first naval battle of the Hundred Years' War and the first naval battle using artillery, as the English ship Christopher had three cannon and one hand gun.

1459 – Battle of Blore Heath, the first major battle of the English Wars of the Roses, takes place.

1641 – The Merchant Royal, carrying a treasure of over 100,000 pounds (<--I wonder if that means weight, or currency) of gold (worth over £1 billion today), is lost at sea off Land's End.

1642 – First commencement exercises occur at Harvard College.

1779 – American Revolution: John Paul Jones on board the USS Bonhomme Richard wins the Battle of Flamborough Head. Jones later takes up bass guitar.

1780 – American Revolution: British Major John Andrι is arrested as a spy by American soldiers exposing Benedict Arnold's change of sides.

1806 – Lewis and Clark return to St. Louis after exploring the Pacific Northwest of the United States.

1845 – The Knickerbockers Baseball Club, the first baseball team to play under the modern rules, is founded in New York.

1846 – Astronomers Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier, John Couch Adams and Johann Gottfried Galle collaborate on the discovery of Neptune.

1889 – Nintendo Koppai (Later Nintendo Company, Limited) is founded by Fusajiro Yamauchi to produce and market the playing card game Hanafuda.

1909 – The Phantom of the Opera (original title: Le Fantτme de l'Opιra), a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux, is first published as a serialization in Le Gaulois.

1911 – Pilot Earle Ovington makes the first official airmail delivery in America under the authority of the United States Post Office Department.

1962 – The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts opens in New York City.

1973 – Juan Perσn returns to power in Argentina.

1980 – Bob Marley plays what would be his last concert, in Pittsburgh.

1986 – Jim Deshaies of the Houston Astros sets a major league record by striking out the first eight batters he faces in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

1999 – NASA announces that it has lost contact with the Mars Climate Orbiter.

2002 – The first public version of the web browser Mozilla Firefox ("Phoenix 0.1") is released.

2004 – Over 3,000 people die in Haiti after Hurricane Jeanne produces massive flooding and mudslides.

Births

63 BC – Augustus; 1215 – Kublai Khan; 1861 – Robert Bosch (founded Robert Bosch GmbH); 1897 – Walter Pidgeon; 1920 – Mickey Rooney; 1926 – John ColtraneName:  Saxophone.JPG
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Deaths

1900 – William Marsh Rice (founded Rice University); 1939 – Sigmund Freud; 1974 – Robbie McIntosh(Average White Band); 1981 – Chief Dan George (The Outlaw Josey Wales); 1987 – Bob Fosse; 1998 – Mary Frann
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Old 09-24-2016, 12:09 PM   #279
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September 24

Today is National Punctuation Day, promoting the proper use of punctuation.

622 – Muhammad and his followers completed their Hijra from Mecca to Medina to escape religious persecution.

1645 – Battle of Rowton Heath, Parliamentarian victory over a Royalist army commanded in person by King Charles.

1664 – The Dutch Republic surrenders New Amsterdam to England.

1780 – Benedict Arnold flees to British Army lines when the arrest of British Major John Andrι exposes Arnold's plot to surrender West Point.

1846 – Mexican–American War: General (and future POTUS) Zachary Taylor captures Monterrey.

1869 – "Black Friday": Gold prices plummet after U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant orders the Treasury to sell large quantities of gold after Jay Gould and James Fisk plot to control the market.

1906 – U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt proclaims Devils Tower in Wyoming as the nation's first National Monument.

1911 – His Majesty's Airship No. 1, the Mayfly, [or in this case, the Maynotfly] Britain's first rigid airship, is wrecked by strong winds before her maiden flight at Barrow-in-Furness.

1935 – Earl and Weldon Bascom produce the first rodeo ever held outdoors under electric lights at Columbia, Mississippi.

1948 – The Honda Motor Company is founded.

1950 – Forest fires black out the sun over portions of Canada and New England. A blue moon is seen as far away as Europe.

1957 – President Dwight D. Eisenhower sends 101st Airborne Division troops to Little Rock, Arkansas, to enforce desegregation.

The Elvis Presley classic, ‘Jailhouse Rock’ was released. It became his ninth US number one single and stayed on the Billboard chart for nineteen weeks. The film clip from the movie where he sang the song is considered by many historians to be the first rock video.

1960 – USS Enterprise, the world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, is launched.

1962 – United States court of appeals orders the University of Mississippi to admit James Meredith.

1968 – 60 Minutes debuts on CBS.

1975 – Dougal Haston and Doug Scott on the Southwest Face expedition become the first people to reach the summit of Mount Everest by any of its faces.

1979 – CompuServe launches the first consumer internet service, which features the first public electronic mail service.

1988 - Bobby McFerrin started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Don't Worry Be Happy', the first a-cappella record to be a No.1.

2009 – The G20 summit begins in Pittsburgh with 30 global leaders in attendance. It marks the first use of Long-Range Acoustic Devices in U.S. history.

2015 – At least 1,100 people are killed and another 934 wounded after a stampede during the Hajj in Saudi Arabia.

Births

1883 – Franklin Clarence Mars (founded Mars, Incorporated); 1896 – F. Scott Fitzgerald; 1900 – Ham Fisher (created comic strip Joe Palooka); 1902 – Ruhollah Khomeini; 1912 – Don Porter (Gidget's father); 1918 – Audra Lindley ('Mrs. Roper' on Three's Company, and The Ropers); 1921 – Jim McKay; 1931 – Anthony Newley♪ ♫; 1933 - Mel Taylor(The Ventures); 1934 – Chick Willis♪ ♫; 1936 – Jim Henson; 1941 – Linda McCartney♪ ♫; 1942 – Gerry Marsden♪ ♫(Gerry & The Pacemakers); 1945 – Lou Dobbs; 1948 – Gordon Clapp (NYPD Blue), Phil Hartman; 1957 – Tod Howarth(Frehley's Comet); 1958 – Kevin Sorbo; 1961 – Allen Bestwick; 1962 – Nia Vardalos (wrote My Big, Fat, Greek Wedding); 1965 – Sean McNabb(Quiet Riot, Dokken); 1969 – Paul Ray Smith (MOH recipient); 1969 – Megan Ward; 1982 – Morgan & Paul Hamm (American gymnasts)

Deaths

1945 – Hans Geiger (co-invented the Geiger counter); 991 – Peter Bellamy♪ ♫; Dr. Seuss
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Old 09-24-2016, 12:14 PM   #280
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1957 – President Dwight D. Eisenhower sends 101st Airborne Division troops to Little Rock, Arkansas, to enforce desegregation.
Ol' Ike wasn't fucking around. He didn't send the Nat'l Guard. He didn't send the Army. He sent the badasses, the 101st Airborne Screamin' Eagles by God. Fucking Rangers.

I didn't think the Army could be used against the citizenry? I thought that's what the Nat'l Guard was for.
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Old 09-25-2016, 01:55 PM   #281
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September 25

Banned Books Week begins today.

1066 – The Battle of Stamford Bridge marks the end of the Viking invasions of England.

1237 – England and Scotland sign the Treaty of York, establishing the location of their common border.

1789 – The United States Congress passes twelve amendments to the United States Constitution: The Congressional Apportionment Amendment (which was never ratified), the Congressional Compensation Amendment, and the ten that are known as the Bill of Rights.

1804 – The Teton Sioux (a subdivision of the Lakota) demand one of the boats from the Lewis and Clark Expedition as a toll for allowing the expedition to move further upriver.

1890 – The United States Congress establishes Sequoia National Park.

1906 – In the presence of the king and before a great crowd, Leonardo Torres y Quevedo successfully demonstrates the invention of the Telekino in the port of Bilbao, guiding a boat from the shore, in what is considered the birth of the remote control.

1929 – Jimmy Doolittle performs the first blind flight from Mitchel Field proving that full instrument flying from take off to landing is possible.

1944 – World War II: Surviving elements of the British 1st Airborne Division withdraw from Arnhem in the Netherlands, thus ending the Battle of Arnhem and Operation Market Garden.

1956 – TAT-1, the first submarine transatlantic telephone cable system, is inaugurated.

1963 – Lord Denning releases the UK government's official report on the Profumo Affair.

1970 - The first episode of The Partridge Family was shown on US TV, featuring Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, Susan Dey and Danny Bonaduce.

1974 – The first ulnar collateral ligament replacement surgery (Tommy John surgery) performed, on baseball player Tommy John.

1975 - Jackie Wilson had a heart attack while performing live on stage at the Latin Casino, New Jersey. Wilson collapsed into a coma suffering severe brain damage. Ironically, he was in the middle of singing one of his biggest hits, 'Lonely Teardrops' and was two words into the line, "....my heart is crying" when he collapsed to the stage, striking his head heavily. Wilson died on 21st January 1984.

1978 – PSA Flight 182, a Boeing 727, collides in mid-air with a Cessna 172 and crashes in San Diego, killing 144 people.

1980 - John Bonham, drummer with Led Zeppelin, died aged 32 after a heavy drinking session. ‘Bonzo’ was found dead at guitarist Jimmy Page's house of what was described as asphyxiation, after inhaling his own vomit after excessive vodka consumption (40 shots in 4 hours).

1983 – Maze Prison escape: Thirty-eight republican prisoners, armed with six handguns, hijack a prison meals lorry and smash their way out of the Maze prison. It is the largest prison escape since World War II and in British history.

1992 – NASA launches the Mars Observer, a $511 million probe to Mars, in the first U.S. mission to the planet in 17 years. Eleven months later, the probe would fail.

1999 - Stephen Canaday of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils was killed when the vintage WW II plane he was flying in, rolled, inverted and crashed into a tree. The pilot failed to maintain speed which resulted in a stall.

2000 - Ozzy Osbourne formally requested that Black Sabbath be removed from the nomination list for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Calling the inclusion "meaningless", Osbourne went on to say "Let's face it. Black Sabbath have never been media darlings. We're a people's band and that suits us just fine."

Births

1764 – Fletcher Christian (HMS Bounty mutineer); 1897 – William Faulkner; 1915 – Ethel Rosenberg (spy); 1917 – Phil Rizzuto; 1926 – Aldo Ray; 1929 – Ronnie Barker (one of The Two Ronnies); 1929 – Barbara Walters; 1930 – Shel Silverstein; 1936 – Ken Forsse (created Teddy Ruxpin), Juliet Prowse; 1942 – Dee Dee Warwick♪ ♫(younger sister to Dionne Warwick); 1943 – Robert Gates, John Locke(Spirit, Nazareth), Robert Walden; 1944 – Michael Douglas; 1946 – Jerry Penrod(Iron Butterfly); 1947 – Cheryl Tiegs; 1951 – Mark Hamill; 1952 – Christopher Reeve; 1956 – Jamie Hyneman (The Mythbusters); 1957 – Michael Madsen ('Mr. Blonde'); 1961 – Heather Locklear; 1962 – Aida Turturro (Tony's sister 'Janice' on The Sopranos); 1964 – Chris Impellitteri; 1968 – Will Smith; 1969 – Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal; 1969 – Catherine Zeta-Jones, Kerri Kendall(Playboy Playmate), Dean Ween(Ween); 1976 – Santigold♪ ♫

Deaths

1849 – Johann Strauss I♪ ♫; 1867 – Oliver Loving (co-developed the Goodnight–Loving Trail); 1928 – Richard F. Outcault (created Buster Brown, the comic, not the shoes); 1933 – Ring Lardner; 1960 – Emily Post; 1980 – John Bonham(Led Zeppelin); 1984 – Walter Pidgeon; 1987 – Mary A$tor; 1988 – Billy Carter (brother to 39th POTUS Jimmy Carter); 1991 – Klaus Barbie "Butcher of Lyon"; 2003 – George Plimpton; 2005 – Don Adams (Get Smart); 2006 – Jeff Cooper (creator of the "modern technique" of handgun shooting); 2012 – Andy Williams♪ ♫
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Old 09-25-2016, 02:06 PM   #282
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1980 - John Bonham, drummer with Led Zeppelin, died aged 32 after a heavy drinking session. ‘Bonzo’ was found dead at guitarist Jimmy Page's house of what was described as asphyxiation, after inhaling his own vomit after excessive vodka consumption (40 shots in 4 hours)
Well, they assumed it was his vomit.

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Vomit is usually quite apparent to one sense or another, depending on it's age.
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Dusting for vomit...

Like dusting for fingerprints...
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Vomit is usually quite apparent to one sense or another, depending on it's age.
Let me rephrase, or at least emphasize the important word in the statement:

Well, they assumed it was his vomit.

Not:

Well, they assumed it was his vomit.
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