What’s Going on Tomorrow…11/04/2019

Dad Joke of the Day: Why should you never trust a train? Because they have loco motives.

Today in History:
1922
– The tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen was discovered by British archaeologist Howard Carter
1943
– In just 4 months of battle, the combined casualties of Russian and German military reached 2,700, 000 men.
1970
– The US announces plans to withdraw from the Korean demilitarized zone.
1973
– Fierce fighting was reported between North and South Vietnamese troops along the Cambodian border.

November 4th is National…
Chicken Lady Day – Honoring Dr. Marathenia “Tina” Dupree for her work as the Community Relations and Training Director for the second largest chicken restraint chain in the world. http://goldenmouseaward.com/meet-dr-marthenia-tina-dupree-chicken-lady/
-Candy Day
-Color the World Orange Day (first Monday)
Job Action Day (first Monday)
Traffic Directors Day

NOVEMBER is also NATIONAL…

Adopt A Senior Pet Month
Aviation History Month
Banana Pudding Lovers Month
Diabetic Eye Disease Month
Epilepsy Awareness Month
Family Stories Month
Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month
Historic Bridge Awareness Month
Lung Cancer Awareness Month
Movember
MADD’s Tie One On For Safety Holiday Campaign (11/16-12/31)
Military Family Month
National Adoption Month
National Alzheimer’s Disease Month
National COPD Month
National Diabetes Month
National Family Caregivers Month
National Fun with Fondue Month
National Gratitude Month
National Home Care & Hospice Month
National Impotency Month
National Inspirational Role Models Month
National Life Writing Month

What’s Going on Tomorrow…11/03/2019

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Dad Joke of the Day: Want to hear a pizza joke? Never mind, it’s too cheesy.
Quote of the Day: “Some of the mightiest river started as a small of streams.”

November 3rd in History:
1941
– Germany’s Reich rejected a US request of $2, 967,092 for the torpedoing of the US freighter “Robin Moor”.
1955
– The Cocos Islands in the Indian Ocean were transferred from British to Australian sovereignty.
1998
– China announced the discovery of a previously unknown section of the Great Wall. The 25km section is in the Ning Xin province about 700km from Beijing.
2008
– The US Department of Commerce showed that the sale of new cars and trucks for October had fallen 32% compared to October of 2007.

November 3rd is National…
-Housewife’s Day
-Sandwich Day
-Daylight Savings Time Ends (First Sunday in November)

What’s Going on Tomorrow…11/02/2019

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Dad Joke of the Day: Did you hear that the Energizer bunny got arrested?… He was charged with battery.
Quote of the Day: “The cooler you think you are, the dumber your kids will think you look”

November 2nd in History:
1962
– President John F. Kennedy stated that aerial photographs showed that Soviet missiles and bases in Cuba were being dismantled.
1978
– Soviet cosmonauts Vladimir Kovlenok and Alexsadr Ivanchenkov returned to Earth after setting a new space endurance record of 139 days and 14 hrs.
1983
– South African white voters approved a new constitution that gave ‘Coloureds’ and ‘Asians’ a limited voice in government.
1983
– Ronald Reagan signed the bill declaring the 3rd Monday in January as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, making it a US National Holiday.

November 2nd is National…
-Deviled Egg Day
-Ohio Day
-Bison Day (First Saturday in November)

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)

What’s Going on Tomorrow…10/30/2019

Dad Joke of the Day:
What’s it called when you have too many aliens? Extraterrestrial
Quote of the Day:
“Most people know where it is they want to go but a wise man remembers where he has been.”

Today in History: 1974 – “I float like a butterfly and sting like a bee” – Mohammid Ali, born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. knocked out George Foreman to regain his heavyweight boxing championship.

Born on This Day: 1896 – Ruth Gordon Jones, screen name Ruth Gordon – American writer and Oscar winning actress. Ruth Gordon performed on stage in movies and won an Emmy for her supporting role in the television situation comedy ‘Taxi’.
Died on This Day: 1919 – Short Beach, CT – Ella Wheeler Wilcox – American poet and journalist, perhaps best known for her book of poetry ‘Poems of Passion’ which had been previously rejected as immoral.

National…
Speak Up For Service Day recognizes the importance of young people to be actively involved in community service. Too often, the good deeds of young people go unnoticed by their communities. Speak Up For Service Day gives recognition to the overlooked. It serves as a reminder to tell others about the contributions of young people to their communities.
• Candy Corn Day – No explanation needed.

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