What’s Going on Tomorrow…11/01/2019

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Dad Joke of the Day: How was Rome split in two? With a pair of Ceasars.
Quote of the Day: “Well done is always better than well said.”
Today in History:
1952
– Marshall Islands – The United States tested the first thermonuclear weapon, code named “Ivy Mike” at the Enewetak Atoll. The blast was equivalent to 10.4 megatons of TNT and created a crater 1.9km wide by 50m deep.
1959
– After receiving a cut during a hockey game, Jacques Plante becomes the first National Hockey League goaltender to wear a protective face mask. Other goalies soon follow suit.
1966
– Vietcong bomb Saigon. US President General Dwight D Eisenhower called for more troops to be sent to Vietnam to bring about a ‘swift end’ to the conflict.

November 1st is National…
-Cinnamon Day
-Authors Day
-Family Literacy Day
-Calzone Day
-Cook for Your Pets Day
-Vinegar Day
-Deep Fried Clams Day
-Brush Day
-Jersey Friday (first Friday in November)

8 thoughts on “What’s Going on Tomorrow…11/01/2019

  1. What a great day!!! A snort-y Dad joke, a wise quote!
    Cinnamon!!!
    Authors!!!
    Literacy!!!
    Calzones!!!
    ETC!!! 😀
    Cooper said I should cook him some steak, some carrots and toss in a few hot dogs today! Ha! 😀 Smart-alec dog! 😉 😛
    HUGS and Have a Happy Nov 1st!!! 🙂

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