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This day in history. 1945. Russians took Berlin after 12 strenuous days of being forced by German women to clean their boots at every house.
He started a sentence "Allow me to demonstrate", constable. I couldn't let him finish.
This day in history. 1958. US president Eisenhower proclaimed Law Day a day to enjoy the beating and jailing of workers celebrating May Day.
This day in history. 1993. In Hamburg fan Günter Parche stabbed tennis star Monica Seles. He wasn't jailed. Quaint customs the Germans have.
I call this particular tweet "Insouciance Redux".
This day in history. 1946. 28 Japanese were indicted for war crimes including mass murder, pillaging, torture and poking pandas with sticks.
This day in history. 1999. 33 concertgoers were arrested after Marilyn Manson fled in terror from the stage at the sight of a smiley face.
Yes I'm watching videos of stuff being crushed by a hydraulic press. If I don't study I won't learn.
This day in history. 1938. American typist Geraldine Apponyi married King Zog to become queen of Albania or a Marx Brothers movie character.
People who think Canada doesn't have ruins haven't been to L'Anse aux Meadows or met me.
This day in history. 1998. 3 Guatemalan officers objected to a report on army atrocities by dropping a concrete block on the author's face.
This day in history. 1900. A Royal Canadian Regiment battalion menaced Boers at Israel's Poort by running out of a ravine shouting peekaboo.
From the 12 winded sky. That photo is 40+. Follow friends of the month @jimmy_sharpe @JoParkerBear @RichHarris2 Remembering @OutOfLeftField_
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