Archive for July, 2009

On This Revolutionary Day In History: July 18th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on July 18, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Everyone in the United States received a free daffodil in 1939, which ended the Great Depression.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: July 15th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on July 15, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

The first bullet was invented in 1582, an invention which proved to be quite lethal with the invention of the gun, 27 years later.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: July 14th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on July 14, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

A very special episode of The Andy Griffith Show portrayed prostitution in a positive light, in 1963.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: July 12th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on July 12, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Actress Joan Crawford finished carving Mt. Rushmore in 1925 with her teeth.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: July 11th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on July 11, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

President Theodore Roosevelt accidentally shot the ghost of President William McKinley, whom he believed to be a rhinoceroses, in 1904.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: July 10th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on July 10, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

The city of Constantinople became Istanbul after an 8 1/2 hour gender reassignment surgery.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: July 9th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on July 9, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Women were finally given the right to vote and drive at the same time, in 1920.

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