Nov 3, 2018
Saturday Morning Post. November 3. In 1507, Leonardo DaVinci was commissioned by Lisa Gherardini to paint her portrait, which became the Mona Lisa. In 1631, the Rev John Eliot arrived at the Massachusetts Bay Colony to convert Native Americans to Christianity. In 1793, French playwright, journalist and feminist Olympe de Gouge was guillotined. In 1900, the first car show opened at Madison Square Garden. In 1952, frozen bread was offered for sale for the first time. In 1992, Carol Moseley-Braun became the first African-American woman senator. Happy Birthday, Lois Mailou Jones, Annapurna Maharana, Mazie Hirono, Lulu, Jeanette J. Epps. It's Culture Day in Japan, Independence Day in Panama, Dominica, Micronesia, Ecuador and Victory Day in Maldives. Mission: Oh, PLEASE release us. Let Tuesday be the beginning of our independence from Mendacity, Idiocy, Greed, Corruption, Hatred and frightening and fucked-up Backwardness and Bullshit. Oh, PLEASE.