Apr 4, 2020

Saturday Morning Post.

Saturday Morning Post.

April 4. In 1789, the first US Congress began regular sessions. In 1828, Casparus van Wooden patented chocolate milk powder.  In 1841, President Harrison died of pneumonia, becoming the first President to die in office and setting the record for the briefest administration (if only--yes, I said it). In 1887, Susanna M. Salter became the first female American mayor in Argonia, Kansas. IIn 1896, gold was discovered in the Yukon. In 1917, the US Senate voted to enter World War I. In 1932, Vitamin C was first isolated. In 1958, the first march against nuclear weapons was held in Aldermaston, England. In 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated in Memphis. In 1969, Dr. Denton Cooley implanted the first artificial heart. In 1972, the first electric power plant fueled by garbage began operation near St. Louis. In 1973, the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center were dedicated. In 1975, Microsoft was founded. On the same day, Steve Miller was arrested for burning his girlfriend's clothes. In 1981, Henry Cisneros became the first Mexican-American mayor in San Antonio. Happy Birthday, Dorothea Dix, Marguerite Duras, Maya Angelou, Edith Masai, Jill Scott. It's Children's Day in Hong Kong, Peace Day in Angola and Independence Day in Senegal. Mission: WE HAVE TO STOP THIS DEMONIC, MORONIC WASTREL FROM DESTROYING EVERYTHING . . . for the children, for America, for humanity. GET HIM OUT.

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