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  1. This Day In History

    I believe that was the point being made, yes. Along with a large initial volume of air, usually quickly supplemented by new air pouring through the places where the stained glass windows used to be.
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    I once saw a fascinating documentary about arson and arsonists that made the observation that churches in general are essentially built the same way one lays a campfire--a hollow space arched over with firewood.
  3. This Day In History

    Shortly thereafter,John Marshall is declared Judo Champion of North America. Also, the principle of emergent properties is discovered.
  4. This Day In History

    Sadly, they were, but her manager ran off with the barrel and hired a younger, prettier woman to pretend to be Annie.
  5. To the forum at large

    I can only echo the hopes that you get better and my very best wishes.
  6. Things You Find Amusing

    It couldn't happen to a nicer gang of thugs. Once upon a time, back before the first Mayor Daley's doze became permanent, a friend had his car towed from a space he was legally entitled to park in. His complaints were ignored, and he ended up paying for both the original tow and a few days of "storage" in their heavily-fortified lot. A number of us spent a good deal of time talking him out of using some of the skills he learned as a Marine in response.
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    14 September 1814 – British forces fail to batter Ft. McHenry into submission. This inspires a lawyer named Key to write a poem. It is fairly successful, as poems set to the tune of old drinking songs go.
  8. This Day In History

    Dude, it was totally on sale, think how much money we saved. Besides, that jerk, George was sniffing around it. Couldn't let him have it, he was still making a nuisance of himself in the Northwest Territories.
  9. Things You Find Amusing

    My wristwatch just texted me to tell me it was time to take a walk. This is not quite the 21st century I was expecting.
  10. This Day In History

    April 14 in history: John Wilkes Booth gives a performance at Ford's Theater so legendarily bad that people still talk about it.
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    1726 - Benjamin Harrison V, signer of the American Declaration of Independence, father of President William Henry Harrison and great-grandfather of President Benjamin Harrison, is born in His Majesty's Colony of Virginia.
  12. This Day In History

    Didn't want to go there with the MLK reference. I remember what happened one day later.
  13. This Day In History

    Only a little... my... time machine's on the fritz, yeah, that's it. Speaking of time: April 3 in history: 1693 - John Harrison, inventor of the first really good marine clock, is born.
  14. This Day In History

    April 4 in History: 1841--Old Tippecanoe dies after being President of the USA for just 1 month. Tyler Too takes over, giving the Whigs an early lead in the Unluckiest Major American Political Party Ever contest.
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    April 4 in History: Old Tippecanoe dies after being President of the USA for just 1 month. Tyler Too takes over, giving the Whigs an early lead in the Unluckiest Major American Political Party Ever contest.