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It Got Very Dusty In the Midwest

May 11th, brought us Irving Berlin as well at the 32nd state, Bob Marley died and the first Birth Control Pill was available.

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Tomato was Deemed a Fruit Not a Vegetable in a Supreme Court Battle

May 10th, America had it's first transcontinental railroad, Seal and Heidi got married, and the Killer Clown was executed.

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The Loch Ness Monster First Seen

May 2nd, Wonderful Tonight was recorded, J. Edgar Hoover died, and more.

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Muhamed Ali Stripped of His Titles and Barbara Streisand Tried to Change Her Image

April 28th, Ali refused to be inducted into the Army, Mutiny on the Bounty, Boy George went to jail and more!

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Pampers Were Patented-Mothers Rejoiced Disposable Diapers

April 27th, a patent for a hearing aid,  Keith Richards falls out of a tree, construction on the One World Trade Center begins and more.

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The Legendary Lucille Ball Died

April 26th, John Wilkes Booth was killed, Arnold married Maria, Chernobyl happened, and we met a real runaway bride.

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If it Wasn’t For Marconi, I Wouldn’t Have a Job

April 25th, Seamstresses of the world rejoice when the thimble was patented, the first seeing eye dog, the bride of Jim Morrison died and so did 1/3 of TLC.

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The Great Samuel Clemens Died on This Day or was it Mark Twain?

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Don't go around saying the world owes you a living.  The world owes you nothing.  It was here first."

Hulton Archive/Getty Images GENIUS MARK TWAIN, who died on this day back in 1910.  He was 74.

~He Also Left Us This Wonderful Wisdom~

"It is better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than to open it and remove all doubt."

"When in doubt, tell the truth."

"Always do right.  That will gratify some of the people, and astonish the rest."

Find out what else happened on this day.

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A Tragedy in a High School Left the Country In Disbelief

April 20th,

1999 - The COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL MASSACRE occurred in Littleton, Colorado, when 18-year-old  ERIC HARRIS and 17-year-old  DYLAN KLEBOLD shot and killed one teacher and 12 of their classmates as well as wounding 26 others before taking their own miserable, pathetic lives.

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An American Destroyed the Heart of OKC in One of the Biggest Terrorist Attacks On American Soil

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The British are Coming, The British Are Coming

April 18th, the first Laundromat opened, clean clothes for everyone, we got the Disney Channel, and Katie had Suri

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The First McDonald’s Opened

April 15th, the nation lost its first President to assassination, America got its first McDonald's,  Ivory Soap was born,

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