Mar 2, 2019

Saturday Morning Post.

Saturday Morning Post.

March 2. In 1127, Charles the Good was assassinated (and it's been downhill ever since). In 1807, Congress passed an act prohibiting the importation of slaves from any foreign country. In 1836, Texas declared independence from Mexico. In 1859, the Great Slave Auction (largest in US history) began. In 1877, although Samuel Tilden won the popular vote, Rutherford Hayes was declared President. (Argggghhh) In 1908, three-dimensional color photography was introduced in Paris. In 1917, the Russian Revolution began. On the same day, citizens of Puerto Rico were granted US citizenship. In 1933, "King Kong" premiered.In 1946, Ho Chi Minh was elected President of North Vietnam. In 1962, Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points against the Knicks. In 1963, CDs were released for the first time in the US. In 1985, the US approved a screening test for AIDS, keeping contaminated blood out of the blood supply. In 1990, Nelson Mandela was elected deputy President of the African National Congress. In 2017, Moscovium, Tennessine and Oganesson were officially added to the periodic table. Happy birthday, Susanna M. Salter, Theodor Seuss Geisel, Tamara Toumanova, Lou Reed, Karen Carpenter. It's Peasants' Day in Myanmar. Mission: Let's get rid of all this contamination by the greedy.

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