You know what today is?

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Mike., Aug 3, 2012.



  1. thats right :win:
     
  2. Tuesday?
     
  3. :haha: Bitch please, this is better
     
  4. The anniversary of the Pidjiguiti Massacre.
     
  5. 8 - Roman Empire general Tiberius defeats Dalmatians on the river Bathinus.
    435 - Deposed Patriarch of Constantinople Nestorius, considered the originator of Nestorianism, was exiled by Byzantine Emperor Theodosius II to a monastery in Egypt.
    881 - Battle at Saucourt: French King Louis III beats the Vikings
    1108 - Louis VI, "the Fat One," King of France, crowned
    1312 - Power of Luik Patriarch murders over 200
    1492 - All Jews are expelled from Spain
    1492 - Columbus sets sail from Palos, Spain for "Indies"
    1527 - First known letter was sent from North America by John Rut while at St. John's, Newfoundland.
    1529 - "Ladies' Peace" (treaty of Cambrai)-emperor Charles V & King French I
    1557 - Dutch States-General meet at Valenciennes
    1596 - David Fabricius discovers light variation of Mira (1st variable star)
    1635 - The third of the Tokugawa shoguns, Iemitsu, establishes the system of alternate attendance (sankin kotai) by which the feudal daimy? are required to spend one year at Edo Castle in Tokyo and one year back home at their feudal manor, while their families remained in Tokyo as virtual political hostages. (Traditional Japanese Date: June 21, 1635).
    1640 - 2,000 men VOC-army surrounds the city of Malakka
    1640 - Zorilla's "Bire el Ojo," premieres in Toledo
    1645 - Battle of Allersheim: French defeat Bavarians
    1650 - Viceroy Willem II & Amsterdam reach accord about standing army
    1676 - Nathaniel Bacon publishes "Declaration of People of Virginia"
    1678 - Robert LaSalle builds 1st ship in America, Griffon
    1692 - Battle at Steenkerke: French beat English/Dutch army
    1704 - English/Dutch fleet under Rooke/Callenburgh occupy Gibraltar
    1708 - Battle at Trencsén: Austria beats Hungarian rebellion army
    1745 - Bonnie Prince Charlie lands on Eriskay, Hebrides
    1778 - Teatro alla Scala opens in Milan
    1797 - Emperor Francis I permits Jews who served in military in "Countries of Bohemian Crown" to marry non Jews
    1829 - Gioacchino Rossini's "William Tell," premieres in Paris
    1833 - HMS Beagle reaches river mouth of Rio Negro
    1852 - 1st intercollegiate rowing race, Harvard beats Yale by 4 lengths
    1855 - Rotterdam-Gouda railway opens
    1860 - American Canoe Association founded at Lake George NY
    1860 - The Second Maori War begins in New Zealand.
    1861 - Federal fleet bombs Galveston Texas
    1863 - Governor Seymour asks Lincoln to suspend draft in NY
    1863 - Saratoga Racetrack (NY) opens
    1864 - Battle of Mobile AL
    1881 - Boers signs Convention of Pretoria: Transvaal semi-autonomous
    1881 - US Nation Lawn Tennis Association removes "Nation" from name
    1882 - Congress passes 1st law restricting immigration
    1897 - John McNally's musical "Good Mr Best," premieres in NYC
    1900 - Firestone Tire & Rubber Company founded.
    1904 - British journalist Francis Younghusband visits forbidden city Lhasa
    1906 - Wash Natl's pitcher Tom Hughes hits HR to win his own game 1-0 in 10th
    1913 - Wheatland Hop Riot
    1914 - 1st seaworthy ship through Panama Canal
    1914 - Belgium rejects demand to allow free crossing for German army
    1914 - French fleet sails to North-Africa
    1914 - German battle cruiser Goeben leaves Messina
    1914 - Germany invades Belgium & declares war on France in WW I
    1914 - Great Britain declares war on Germany
    1914 - Turkey signs military pact with Germany
    1914 - World Alliance for Promoting Intl Friendship through Churches forms
    1914 - Yankee catcher Nunamaker throws out 3 would be stealers in 1 inning
    1921 - 1st aerial cropdusting (Troy Ohio to kill caterpillars)
    1921 - Due to a technicality, 8 Chicago White Sox accused in Black Sox scandal are acquited, however Landis throws them out of baseball
    1923 - Baseball games cancelled following the death of President Harding
    30th US President Calvin Coolidge 1923 - VP Calvin Coolidge becomes 30th president
    1924 - Cyclist Piet Moeskops regains world sprint championist
    1925 - Last US troops leave Nicaragua (there since 1912)
    1926 - Traffic lights installed on Piccadilly Circus
    1928 - Ray Barbuti saves US team from defeat in Amsterdam Olympics track events by winning 400 m (47.8 sec)
    1930 - 2nd time in 1930, Chuck Klein of Phillies hits in 26 straight games
    1933 - Yanks are shut out for 1st time after 308 games (since Aug 2, 1931)
    1939 - Jean Genets "Ondine," premieres in Paris
    1940 - German occupiers forbid ritual slaughters & English & French movies
    1940 - Italian troops invade British Somalia
    1940 - Lithuanian SSR is accepted into USSR
    1940 - Seaplane Clare makes 1st British passagiersvlucht to the US
    1941 - Benzine sales limited in US
    1941 - Gas sales limited in US
    1941 - German troops conquer Roslavl USSR
    1941 - Browns pitcher Johnny Niggling gets Joe DiMaggio in 4 at bats to stop DiMaggio's streak of 74 games in reaching base
    1943 - Gen Patton slaps a US GI in the hospital accusing him of cowardice
    1943 - Nazi occupiers attack city Orel, leave it in fire
    1944 - Allied troops conquer Myitkyina Burma
    1944 - Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp gases 4,000 gypsies
    1944 - General Montgomery visits general Dempsey's headquarter
    1944 - Lt-Gen Stilwells troops occupy Myitkyina Burma
    1944 - Tommy Brown, just 16 years & 8 months old, plays shortstop for Dodgers
    1946 - Belgian government of Huysmans, forms
    1948 - Cleveland's Satchel Paige make his 1st start & goes 7 innings
    1948 - FDR advisor Alger Hiss accused to be a "communist"
    1949 - Republic Indonesia proclaims cease fire
    1949 - Basketball Association of America & National Basketball League merge to form National Basketball Association
    1951 - William H Jackson, ends term as deputy director of CIA
    1952 - 15th Olympic games close in Helsinki Finland
    1953 - Frank Blair becomes news anchor of Today Show
    1954 - 1st VTOL (Vertical Take-off & Land) flown
    1955 - Automobile Association of America ends support of auto racing
    1955 - Hurricane Connie begins pounding US for 11 days
    1955 - Roger Moens runs world record 800 m (1:45.7)
    1956 - Willie Williams of US sets 100 meter record at 10.1
    1957 - British offensive against imam Galeb Ben Ali of Oman
    1958 - USS Nautilus begins 1st crossing of Arctic Ocean under icecap
    1958 - The Billboard Hot 100 is founded
    1959 - 27th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Memorial Coliseum, LA
    1959 - 50 killed in uprising in Guinea-Bissau
    1959 - AL beats NL 5-3 in 27th All Star Game (Dodger Stadium)
    1960 - Niger gains independence from France
    1962 - 29th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Green Bay 42, All-Stars 20 (65,000)
    1962 - NY Met Frank Thomas hits his 6th HR in 3 games
    1963 - "No Strings" closes at 84th St Theater NYC after 580 performances
    1963 - Allan Sherman releases "Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda"
    1963 - Beatles final performance at Cavern Club in Liverpool
    1966 - South African government bans Beatle records
    1967 - 45,000 US soldiers sent to Vietnam
    1967 - James Law rides entire NYC subway in 22 hrs 12 minutes
    1968 - France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
    1969 - Reds beats Phillies 19-17
    1969 - Sandra Spuzich wins LPGA Buckeye Savings Golf Invitational
    1970 - 4 day NFL strike ends
    1970 - Christopher Hampton's "Philanthropist," premieres in London
    1970 - Hurricane "Celia" becomes most expensive Gulf storm in history
    1970 - Mairiam Hargrave of Yorkshire, passes her driving test on 40th try
    Pop Singer & Beatle Paul McCartney 1971 - Paul McCartney announces formation of his group Wings
    1972 - British premier Heath proclaims emergency crisis due to harbor strike
    1972 - Chozen-ji/Intl Zen Dojo founded by Omori Sogen Roshi, in Hawaii
    1972 - U.S. Senate ratifies the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.
    1973 - Flash fire kills 51 at amusement park (Isle of Man, UK)
    1973 - National People's party wins Dutch Antilles National elections
    1974 - "Little Night Music" closes at Shubert Theater NYC after 601 perfs
    1974 - "Words & Music" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 127 perfs
    1974 - Guitarist Jeff Baxter quits Steely Dan & joins Doobie Brothers
    1975 - 500 drown when 2 river boats collide & sink in China's West River
    1975 - Louisiana Superdome is dedicated
    1975 - Poland & West germany reach accord about returning ethnic Germans
    1975 - Susie Berning wins LPGA Lady Keystone Golf Open
    1977 - Radio Shack issues a press release introducing TRS-80 computer 25 existed, within weeks thousands were ordered
    1977 - United States Senate Hearing on MKULTRA.
    1979 - Fastest jai-alai shot (188 mph), Jose Arieto at Newport Jai Alai, RI
    1979 - US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
    1980 - 22nd Olympic games close at Moscow, USSR
    1980 - Kaline, Snider, Klein, & Tom Yawkey inducted into Hall of Fame
    1980 - Sandra Post wins West Virginia LPGA Golf Classic
    1981 - 13,000 Air Traffic Controllers (PATCO) begin their strike
    1981 - France performs nuclear test
    1981 - Senegalese opposition parties, under the leadership of Mamadou Dia, launch the Antiimperialist Action Front-Suxxali Reew Mi.
    1982 - Clyde King replaces Gene Michaels as NY Yankee manager
    1983 - John Sain of South Bend, Ind builds 3.91 m house of cards
    1983 - US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
    1984 - 365.7 million shares traded in NY Stock Exchange
    1984 - Bomb attack on Madras India airport, 32 killed
    1985 - "Nihilator" set harness pacing mile (1:49.6) in East Rutherford, NJ
    1985 - Train crash at Flaujac, France: 35 killed
    1986 - Amy Alcott wins LPGA National Golf Pro-Am
    1986 - Willie McCovey, Bobby Doerr, & Ernie Lombardi inducted in Hall of Fame
    1987 - Chicago Bears beat Dallas Cowboys 17-6 in London, England (NFL expo)
    1987 - Discovery in Orbital Processing Facility is powered up for STS-26
    1987 - Jack Morris ties AL record with 5 wild pitches in a 4-2 lose
    1987 - Twins Joe Niekro is caught with a file on the mound & is ejected
    1988 - Skip Storch swims 246 km of Hudson River from Albany to NYC
    1989 - 5th jockey to win 6,000 races (Jorge Valesquez)
    1989 - Lawrence Delisle drives his 4 kids into river
    1989 - Rickey Henderson sets AL mark of 50 steals in 9 seasons
    1989 - Cin Reds send record 20 men to bat with a record 16 hits in 1 inning as they score 14 runs in 1st inning
    1990 - "Little Night Music" opens at New York State Theater NYC for 11 perfs
    1990 - 98.8°F (37.1°C) in Cheltenham, Glos. (UK record)
    1990 - NY Yankee Kevin Mass sets record with 10th HR in 1st 72 at bats
    1990 - Radio Kuwait resigns air, due to Iraqi invasion
    1990 - US announces commitment of Naval forces to Gulf regions
    1990 - For 3rd time in 1990 a no-hitter is broken up with 2 outs in 8th inning. Doug Drabek of Pitts still beats Phila 11-0
    1991 - Giant Victory, driven by Jack Moiseyev, wins Hambletonian
    1991 - Pan Am games open in Havana
    1992 - Dodgers win 3,000th game since moving to Los Angeles (3,000-2,531)
    1992 - Paramount inaugurates New York Street on TV/movie lot
    1994 - 102.4°F (39.1°C) in Tokyo Japan: record
    1994 - 1st Jordanian plane to fly over Israeli airspace (King Hussein pilot)
    1995 - CNN en Espanol premieres
    1996 - General William F. Garrison accepted responsibility for the outcome of the 1993 raid in Somalia, and he retired from military service.
    1997 - 25th du Maurier Golf Classic: Colleen Walker wins
    1997 - BankBoston Senior Golf Classic
    1997 - Garth Brooks performs a free concert in Central Park NY for HBO
    1997 - Phil Mickelson wins golf's Sprint International
    1997 - Oued El-Had and Mezouara massacre in Algeria; 40-76 villagers killed.
    2001 - The Real IRA detonate a car bomb in Ealing, London, U.K injuring seven people. (See 3 August 2001 Ealing bombing).
    2004 - The pedestal of the Statue of Liberty reopens after being closed since the September 11, 2001 attacks.
    2005 - President Maaouya Ould Sid'Ahmed Taya of Mauritania is overthrown in a military coup while attending the funeral of King Fahd in Saudi Arabia.
     
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  6. 0:52 for Dolphin hand!!

    What the hell?!^
     
  7. Mike still a boss :boss1: