Mar 9, 2019

Saturday  Morning Post.

Saturday Morning Post.

March 9. In 1496, Jews were expelled from Carintha, Austria. In 1497, Copernicus recorded the first astronomical observation. In 1562, kissing in public was banned in Nipples, I mean, Naples. In 1689, Thomas Shadwell became the English Poet Laureate after John Dryden refused to swear an oath of allegiance. In 1745, the first carillon bells were shipped to America. In 1822, the first artifical teeth were patented. In 1841, the Supreme Court ruled the kidnapped slaves from the Spanish schooner Amistad were free. In 1842, gold was discovered at Rancho San Francisco. In 1918, the Jews of Seredino Buda were massacred by Ukrainian mobs. In 1926, Bertha Landes became the first female mayor of Seattle. In 1936, the German press warned all Jews who voted would be arrested. In 1959, the first radar contact was made with Venus. On the same day, Barbie made her debut at the American Toy Fair. In 1960, the first shunt was implanted.  In 1964, the first Ford Mustang was produced. In 1986, the remains of the Challenger astronauts were found. In 1997, Notorious B.I.G. was killed in LA. Happy Birthday, Vita Sackville-West, Keely Smith, Raul Julia, Keri Hulme, Juliette Binoche. It's Teachers' Day in Lebanon. Mission: Don't sign oaths of allegiance to anything but kindness and generosity and art. And leave the Jews alone, for Christ's sake.

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