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This day in history. 1780. John Hancock was elected the first governor of Massachusetts after campaigning with his signature flamboyance.
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This day in history. 1911. Churchill named First Lord of the Admiralty after annihilating the competition on the pond at Kensington Palace.
This day in history. 1642. 2 sides claimed victory in the battle of Edgehill but the real winner was my ancestor PT Bottle the T-shirt king.
This day in history. 1877. The Blantyre Scotland mine explosion killed 207 and the conscience stricken owner evicted the widows and orphans.
This day in history. 1971. Pablo Neruda won the Nobel Prize for Literature for his erotically charged collection "Odes on a Jaunty Cap".
I say give the Elgin Marbles back as soon as the Greeks admit that retsina is a vile practical joke they play on foreigners.
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