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January 6, 1681

On January 6, 1681, the 2nd Duke of Albemarle of Britain, Christopher Monck, put on the first recorded boxing match in history. He ‘convinced’ his butler and his butcher to fight. It did take the promise and actual payment of … Continue reading

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January 5, 2010

On January 5, 2010 the medical professionals at Southampton General Hospital in Hampshire, England encountered a medical emergency they’d never experienced before. A fourtyish year-old man was brought into the emergency room with his penis stuck into a stainless-steel pipe. … Continue reading

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January 4, 1854

On January 4, 1854, Captain William McDonald discovered the McDonald Islands. They are halfway between Madagascar and Antarctica and are currently owned by Australia. The islands are mostly barren, cold and volcanic. Australia stated that the islands are perfect for … Continue reading

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January 3, 1871

On January 3, 1871, Henry W. Bradley patented oleomargarine. This was just one of the many steps that the Illuminati have used to take over the world. Oleomargarine, also called margarine, also called oleo, also called marge, also called “that … Continue reading

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January 2, 1906

On January 2, 1906, Willis Carrier received a US patent for the world’s first air conditioner. Soon afterward, the cult of Willis Carrier began in Jesup, Georgia. Acolytes were easily identified as they were usually smiling and saying, “It’s not … Continue reading

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January 1, 2011

On January 1, 2011, Robert Freund, age 31, died because he thought he had the skill of a native Alabamian. He was igniting a large firework at his home of 4918 Country Oaks Drive, Johnsburg, Illinois, when it exploded, causing … Continue reading

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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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