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Pharaoh RutinTutin

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  1. Story, Wednesday, Jun 20, 2018

    Seven Deadly Virtues?
  2. Story Monday June 18, 2018

    As far as the American government is concerned (and I don't need to trouble them with alternative facts) Winchester Cathedral was the number one song in America the week I was born. At least according to Billboard.
  3. Story Monday June 18, 2018

    If I wanted an avatar based on my age, I would have put up a picture of Winchester Cathedral.
  4. NP Wednesday Jun 20, 2018

    If Justin and Nanase are suppose to be Trainers, shouldn't they have trained their monsters to fight before it got to this point?
  5. Things That Make You Happy

    Is that even possible?
  6. This Day In History

    June 20 451 – Battle of Chalons: Flavius Aetius' battles Attila the Hun. After the battle, which was inconclusive, Attila retreats, causing the Romans to interpret it as a victory. Julius Caesar or Hadrian would not have called a stalemate where the enemy leader escapes a "Victory". Things just aren't what they used to be in the old legion. 1837 – Queen Victoria succeeds to the British throne. Rumor has it that King William IV hated Victoria's mother, Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, so much that he refused to die until after Alexandra Victoria turned eighteen. Just so Princes Victoria could not make herself Regent for her daughter even briefly. 1893 – Lizzie Borden is acquitted of the murders of her father and stepmother. Let this be a lesson to future prosecutors, you need more than a snappy poem to make a jury convict. Also, Lizzie Borden's defense attorney was the former Governor of Massachusetts who had earlier appointed the judge who presided over the case. 1895 – The Kiel Canal, crossing the base of the Jutland peninsula and the busiest artificial waterway in the world, is officially opened. Because who really wants to deal with Norway, Sweden, and Denmark just to go in and out of the Baltic? 1931 – Birth of Olympia Dukakis, American actress. In 1988, she would be nominated for an Oscar and her cousin would be nominated for the Presidency of the United States. Only one would win. 1944 – The experimental MW 18014 V-2 rocket reaches an altitude of 176 km, becoming the first man-made object to reach outer space. This was followed by... 1945 – The United States Secretary of State approves the transfer of Wernher von Braun and his team of Nazi rocket scientists to the U.S. under Operation Paperclip. So much could be said, but Tom Lehrer said it best. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjDEsGZLbio 1975 – The film Jaws is released in the United States, becoming the highest-grossing film of that time and starting the trend of films known as "summer blockbusters". The movie only made so much money because people were afraid to go to the beaches for completely unrelated reasons. 2003 – The Wikimedia Foundation is founded in St. Petersburg, Florida. Among other things, they make it possible for frustrated comedians to look passably clever when posting items to This Date In History threads.
  7. Story, Wednesday, Jun 20, 2018

    So everybody did the wrong thing. But they did it with good intentions, or honestly had no idea what to do, so it's all ok. That sounds very nice. Almost a Disney or Sit-Com ending. And all things considered, it wouldn't do much good for Ellen to remain resentful or angry at her friends, neighbors, and relatives for being confused and clumsy back then. However... Next comic - Ellen doesn't just drop the other shoe. She drops the entire Prada werehouse.
  8. NP Wed June 13th 2018

    If my memory serves, the same child actor played both René and young Jean-Luc in different episodes.
  9. Planetary Beverage Container 2018

    Russia is into the knockout round before anyone else. Columbia got a Red Card while losing to Japan. And Poland lost to Senegal. I'm not sure what I expected at this year's World Cup. But I'm pretty sure it wasn't any of these.
  10. What Are You Watching?

    NOW Krakatoa is a small island just West of Java. But what about BEFORE the volcano blew it there?
  11. This Day In History

    June 19 325 – The original Nicene Creed was presented at the First Council of Nicaea. This is what Christians believe. Case closed. No need to argue the details after this. 1269 – King Louis IX of France orders all Jews found in public without an identifying yellow badge to be fined ten livres of silver. Is this supposed to be historical precedent to justify certain actions of a later Austrian Corporal? 1865 – Over two years after the Emancipation Proclamation, slaves in Galveston, Texas, United States, are finally informed of their freedom. The anniversary is still officially celebrated in Texas and 41 other contiguous states as Juneteenth. More than two years to deliver a message? It's almost like the government and newspapers in the seceding states were deliberately avoiding getting Lincoln's message to the public. 1867 – Maximilian I of the Second Mexican Empire is executed by a firing squad in Querétaro, Querétaro. Ask any Caesar or Augustus you might meet. This sort of thing is an occupational hazard for Emperors. 1903 – Benito Mussolini, then a radical Socialist, arrested by Bern police for advocating a violent general strike. WHY DID THEY LET HIM GO? 1978 – Garfield, holder of the Guinness World Record for the world's most widely syndicated comic strip, makes its debut. Of course it is on a Monday. 1979 – W.T. Rabe, at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan, creates World Sauntering Day. This is in response to the growing insanity/popularity of jogging. 1991 – The Soviet occupation of Hungary ends. It is difficult for one country to occupy a second country when the first country itself no longer exists.
  12. This Day In History

    I know. But the historical note just screamed "Tom Lehrer's Lobachevsky" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQHaGhC7C2E
  13. This Day In History

    June 18 618 – Li Yuan becomes Emperor Gaozu of Tang, initiating three centuries of Tang dynasty rule over China. The Soviets may have launched Sputnik. The Americans may have gone to the Moon. But this much Tang means China was the real early leader of the Space Race. 1178 – Five Canterbury monks see what is possibly the Giordano Bruno crater being formed. It is believed that the current oscillations of the Moon's distance from the Earth (on the order of meters) are a result of this collision. Amazing that the monks at Canterbury were able to see something happen on the moon, yet no one at Canterbury was able to tell if the 1170 assassination of Thomas à Becket was actually ordered by King Henry II. 1778 – American Revolutionary War: British troops abandon Philadelphia. They got in one little fight and mom got scared. She said 'You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel Air'. 1815 – Napoleonic Wars: The Battle of Waterloo results in the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte by the Duke of Wellington and Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher forcing him to abdicate the throne of France for the second and last time. Just an example of the unfairness of politics. Louis Capet stuck his neck out for France, and he never got a second chance at the throne. 1858 – Charles Darwin receives a paper from Alfred Russel Wallace that includes nearly identical conclusions about evolution as Darwin's own, prompting Darwin to publish his theory. Nice theory, Alfred. Amazing how it matches a theory I already had on my own but had not yet published. 1900 – Empress Dowager Cixi of China orders all foreigners killed, including foreign diplomats and their families. Later politicians in many countries attempt to make the same populist appeal, but their attempts seem half hearted at best.
  14. Story Monday June 18, 2018

    Mr Dunkel obviously has the Dick Clark curse where an adult male must put great effort into his appearance each day to look mature. Otherwise, he looks like he never outgrew adolescence. Many men live with a similar curse where they may physically look their age, but must expend great effort to keep from acting like they never outgrew adolescence.
  15. Story Monday June 18, 2018

    Another awkward moment?