Feb 15, 2020

Saturday Morning Post.

Saturday Morning Post.

February 15. In 1758, mustard was advertised for the first time in America. In 1842, adhesive postage stamps were used for the first time in America. In 1879, President Hayes signed a bill allowing female attorney to argue cases before the US Supreme Court. In 1903, the teddy bear was introduced in America by Russian immigrants. In 1933, FDR survived an assassination attempt in Miami, which killed Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak. In 1953, Tenley Albright became the first American woman to win the world figure skating championships. In 1958, "The Dick Clark Show" debuted with Connie Francis, Pat Boone and Jerry Lee Lewis. In 1992, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer was sentenced to life in prison, but was killed by a fellow prisoner two years later. In 2001, the first draft of the complete human genome was published in NATURE. In 2013, an unexpected meteor exploded over Russia, injuring 1500. Happy Birthday, Mary S.B. Shindler, Susan B. Anthony, Miep Gies, Irena Sendler, Susan Brownmiller. It's Susan B. Anthony Day and Singles Awareness Day. Mission: VOTE YOUR ASS OFF.

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