Okay, Father Time, head's up!
There's some explaining to do.
The month of January is over already!?
Yes, i admit it did have the usual compliment of 31 days.
And, yes, last i checked, each one was 24 hours -- although while i was asleep, you could have subtracted a couple, i really don't feel like i'm getting enough sleep.
Yes, you are right, the people who have day while we have night would have noticed.
But, still. This is really way, way too soon.
You are bringing tax time around way too fast.
Oh, you have nothing to do with that, i need to complain to the government.
Well, it's hard to find intelligent life there to converse with, so that's probably a lost cause.
Okay, so how about you slow things down a bit in February.
Nothing you can do? What do you mean, nothing you can do? Aren't you in charge of time?
Um, well, yes, i guess you would answer to a higher Authority, too.
So this is it? Good-bye to January?
Excuse me, i think i need another cup of coffee. Maybe it will speed me up so i can catch up to how fast the time is passing.
Backward Day -- no info on the origin, but if you want to do something backward, go ahead
Eat Brussels Sprouts Day -- saute in olive oil with some garlic, they are worth it!
Eve of Brigantia -- Ireland (St. Bridget's Eve, the night when she crosses the countryside and bestows blessings)
Feast of Great Typos -- another that no one will claim inventing, but since we've all made them, we may as well celebrate them
H&ll is Freezing Over Day -- internet generated day to review the list of things you said you would do when h*ll freezes over
Independence Day -- Nauru
Inspire Your Heart with Art Day
National Brandy Alexander Day
National Gorilla Suit Day -- Mad Magazine's Maddest Artist, Don Martin, says this is the day to pull that gorilla suit out of the closet and step out in style.
Phlegm-Green, Moldy-Grey, and Gazzard Day -- Fairy Calendar (don't ask what color Gazzard is, it doesn't exist in the human world, and you don't want it to)
Play An Old Game You Haven’t Played in Years Night -- internet generated, and a great idea
Scotch Tape Day -- born this day in 1928
St. John Bosco's Day (Patron of editors, apprentices)
Up-Helly-AA Day -- Lerwick, Shetland (fire festival)
Justin Timberlake, 1981
Kerry Washington, 1977
Minnie Driver, 1971
Kelly Lynch, 1959
Nolan Ryan, 1947
Charlie Musselwhite, 1944
Richard Gephardt, 1941
suzanne Pleshette, 1937
James Franciscus, 1934
Ernie Banks, 1931
Jean Simmons, 1929
Carol Channing, 1923
Norman Mailer, 1923
Mario Lanza, 1921
Jackie Robinson, 1919
Thomas Merton, 1915
Garry Moore, 1915
Tallulah Bankhead, 1903
Eddie Cantor, 1892
Zane Grey, 1872
Tokugawa Ieyasu, Shogun of Japan, 1543
Today in History:
Guy Fawkes is executed for his plotting against Parliament and James I of England, 1606
The first venereal diseases clinic opens at London Lock Hospital, 1747
The Corn Laws (tariffs on imported grains) are abolished in Britain, paving the way for more free trade, 1849
The United States orders all Native Americans to move into reservations, 1876
The Bulletin of Sydney is founded, publishes for 128 years, 1880
An automobile exceeds 100 mph (161 kph) for the first time, at Daytona Beach, driven by A. G. MacDonald, 1905
The Soviet Union exiles Leon Trotsky, 1929
Scotch tape is first marketed by the 3M Company, 1930
President Harry S. Truman announces a program to develop the hydrogen bomb, 1950
A North Sea flood causes over 1,800 deaths in the Netherlands, 1953
Explorer 1 – The first successful launch of an American satellite into orbit, 1958
James Van Allen discovers the Van Allen radiation belt, 1958
Mercury-Redstone 2 – Ham the Chimp travels into outer space, 1961
The Soviet Union launches the unmanned Luna 9 spacecraft as part of the Luna program, 1966
Astronauts Alan Shepard, Stuart Roosa, and Edgar Mitchell, aboard a Saturn V, lift off for a mission to the Fra Mauro Highlands on the Moon, 1971
The first McDonald's in the Soviet Union opens in Moscow, 1990
Comet Hyakutake is discovered by Japanese amateur astronomer Yuji Hyakutake, 1996
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