Monthly Archives: December 2020

December 31, 2020

On December 31, 2020, the world greeted the end of this year and said, “It’s about damn time.” With a global pandemic killing millions, murder hornets, Australia caught fire and wouldn’t stop burning, Donald Trump was impeached but the Republican … Continue reading

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December 30, 1887

On December 30, 1887, the home secretary of Queen Victoria of England received a petition from over 1,000,000 women that asked that public houses be closed on Sundays. And when those 1,000,000 women said public houses, they meant pubs, where … Continue reading

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December 29, 1949

On December 29, 1949, KC2XAK, Channel 24 of Bridgeport, Connecticut started broadcasting for the first time and it was the first ultrahigh frequency (UHF) television station that operated on a regular basis. The mind-control frequencies of UHF weren’t fully utilized … Continue reading

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December 28, 1732

On December 28, 1732, Benjamin Franklin ran an ad in the first issue of “Poor Richard’s Almanack”. It was for the “Pennsylvania Gazette.” Later, to make some real change, Franklin ran ads for “The Furtive Pocket Telescope” which guaranteed an … Continue reading

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December 27, 2010

On December 27, 2010, police responded to a frightened and concerned husband. He’d received word that his young wife had been kidnapped and if he sent 20,000 euros to the account provided, the kidnappers would release his wife unharmed. He … Continue reading

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December 26, 1982

On December 26, 1982, Time Magazine named the computer as the ‘Man of the Year’. In the 38 years since that provocative choice, computers have yet to sleep with a porn star, cheat on their wives, lie to the American … Continue reading

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December 25, 1998

On December 25, 1998 Richard Branson, Steve Fossett and Per Lindstrand of Sweden called it quits near Hawaii on their attempt to fly non-stop around the world in a balloon. They had only made it through seven days when they … Continue reading

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December 24, 1818

On December 24, 1818, the alignment of the stars was perfect and “Silent Night” was performed for the first time at St Nicholas parish church in Oberndorf, Austria. Father Joseph Mohr brought his poem “Stille Nacht”, which he’d written two … Continue reading

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December 23, 1880

On December 23, 1880, Thomas Edison incorporated the Edison Electric Light Company of Europe. He said it was time for Europe to experience the strange magic of electricity, including that evil woman, Queen Victoria, who really shouldn’t be trying to … Continue reading

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December 22, 1731

On December 22, 1731, the Dutch people revolted against their government because of a tax imposed on meat. They were very upset, as the Dutch people were the apex predators in the Netherland’s environmental and economic systems and if they … Continue reading

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