Archive for September, 2009

On This Revolutionary Day In History: September 30th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on September 30, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Joan Rivers died, in 1994.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: September 29th

Posted in Uncategorized on September 29, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Yoko Ono and John Lennon died a month after ending their “Bed-In for Peace” in 1969, due to a bacterial infection caused by having not showered.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: September 28th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on September 28, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Over two hundred French citizens became ill with food poisoning in 1782, after Marie Antoinette let them eat cake that had been sitting out in the sun for a few days.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: September 27th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on September 27, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Everybody was Kung Fung fighting in 1974, with the exception of Tim Johnson of 1347 East Chestnut Avenue, due to the fact that he had no intention of being as fast as lightning.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: September 25th

Posted in Uncategorized on September 25, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Napoleon Bonaparte finally admitted to his therapist, in 1812, that he suffered from a Himself Complex.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: September 24th

Posted in On This Revolutionary Day In History on September 24, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

Jack Warner, co-founder of the Warner Brothers studio, came up with the revolutionary slogan “If you like that other movie, then you’ll love this movie!” in 1952.

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On This Revolutionary Day In History: September 23rd

Posted in Uncategorized on September 23, 2009 by Ryan Shattuck

On this revolutionary day in history…

The comedy/variety show “Le Spleen de Paris with Charles Baudelaire!” was canceled in 1993, and replaced with “Late Night With David Letterman.”

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