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March 7th-The Telephone was introduced and teenage girls rejoiced.  Plus corn flakes were first used.

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1876 – ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL received a patent for his TELEPHONE.

1897 – DR. JOHN KELLOGG served the world’s first “CORNFLAKES” to his patients at a mental hospital in Battle Creek, Michigan.

1911 – The United States sent 20,000 TROOPS TO THE MEXICAN BORDER as a precaution in the wake of the Mexican Revolution.


1933 MONOPOLY was invented.

1964 – Capitol Records was bombarded with requests for heavyweight boxing champ CASSIUS CLAY’S ALBUM, “I AM THE GREATEST”.

(It was in big demand because of Clay’s defeat of SONNY LISTON the month before.  Cassius Clay’s humble quote about his musical accomplishment:  “I’m better and prettier than Chubby Checker.”)

1973 – “DUELING BANJOS”, from the film “DELIVERANCE” went Gold!

1981 The FIRST HOMICIDE at DISNEYLAND occurred when an 18-year-old  was stabbed to death near the old Skyway.  The guy might not have died, but Disneyland nurses refused to call an ambulance with those “scary” attention-getting red lights.

(–Instead, a Disneyland van drove through traffic to a nearby hospital  but by that time, the guy had bled to death.  It’s the Happiest Place on Earth!)

1983 – TNN (The Nashville Network) went on the air!  Since August of 2003, it’s been called Spike TV.  Now it’s known for pro wrestling and mixed martial arts.  So it has totally distanced itself from its redneck past.


1987 MIKE TYSON defeated James “Bonecrusher” Smith to win the second leg of the Undisputed Heavyweight Championship.  Mike Tyson is quite the movie expert, ya know.

1993 “Diff’rent Strokes” superstar TODD BRIDGES was arrested for stabbing a fellow apartment tenant.

1994 AXL ROSE’S then-wife, Erin Everly, sued him for assault.

1994 The U.S. Navy issued its first permanent orders assigning WOMEN to regular duty on a COMBAT SHIP the U.S.S. Eisenhower.

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1999 – STANLEY KUBRICK died in England of natural causes, at age 70.

2000 – Country legend FRANK “PEE WEE” KING died in Louisville, Kentucky, at age 86.

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