Sunday, June 5, 2016

Silly Sunday: Playing with fire.

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"Hey, girls, come on out here and meet Sharon's brother!" the owner of the bakery called to a couple of my co-workers, both of whom are unmarried and in college.  Sharon is around their age and works at the front bakery counter.

"He's young and good looking and has a great job!" she continued, and she proceeded to bring them up front to meet the young man, much to Sharon's surprise as she had no clue what the owner was up to.

While i don't know if anything will come of the introductions, i do know you have to be very careful because you never know where such things will lead.

Look where bein' introduce to Clothile all dem year ago done got Boudreaux.  Dey be havin' dem a big fam'ly reunion las' week, an' all de chillen an' gran'chillen an' even de great gran'chillen be dere.

De younges' great gran'son, dey call him Li'l Boo, well he lookin' 'roun' at all de people gather, an' he climb up in Boudreaux lap, an' he say, "Great Gran'pere Boudreaux, jes' look what you done started!"





Today is:

15th Khordad National Uprising -- Iran (1963)

Apple II Day -- the Apple II first went on sale today in 1977
     note that some historians say it went on sale June 10, others say the first models were shipped out that day
 
Arbor Day -- New Zealand

Celebration of the Arts -- Community Center, Yorba Linda, CA, US (fine arts and music festival for all ages)

Children's Awareness Memorial Day -- a day to remember children who have died from violence

Day of the Rice God -- Chiyoda, Japan (rice transplanting festival to honor Wbai-sama, the Shinto rice god)

English Riviera International Dance Festival -- Torquay, Devon, England (learn ballroom dance, or take a master class, all levels are welcome, with Gala Evenings where you can dance the night away; through the 10th)

Father's Day -- Lithuania; Switzerland

Festival of Popular Delusions Day -- begun as this was the last day before D-Day that the Germans could delude themselves that they could win; thus a day to question your own assumptions and try to align your beliefs with facts and reality

Grunklovsdag -- Denmark and the Faroe Island (Constitution Day)

Indian Arrival Day -- Suriname (marking the arrival of indentured laborers from the Indian subcontinent)

Judgement Day -- Fairy Calendar (Nosegays)

Liberation Day -- Seychelles

Natalicio de Oblang Nguema Mbasogo -- Equatorial Guinea (President's Day)

National Attitude Day -- if this is really a day to celebrate, try to have a positive one

National Cancer Survivors Day -- US (National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation)
 
National Gingerbread Day
 
Nones of June -- Ancient Roman Calendar; related observance
     Festival of Semo Sancus -- god of loyalty, honesty and oaths (one of the oldest Roman cults, probably Etruscan or Oscan originally)

Ramadan begins -- Islam (at sunset, through the evening of July 5)

Shirone Takogassen -- along the Nakanokuchi river bank in Shirone, Japan (kite flying and kite fighting; through the 9th)

St. Boniface's Day (Patron of brewers, file cutters, tailors; Fulda, Germany; Germamy; Saint-Boniface, Manitoba, Canada)

World Environment Day -- UN

Yom Yerushalayim -- Israel (Jerusalem Day; began sunset yesterday, ends sunset today)


Birthdays Today:

Chad Allen, 1974
Mark Wahlberg, 1971
Brian McKnight, 1969
Kenny G, 1956
Jill Biden, 1951
Suze Orman, 1951
Ken Follett, 1949
Spalding Gray, 1941
Margaret Drabble, 1939
Bill Moyers, 1934
Tony Richardson, 1928
Richard Mcclure Scarry, 1919
William "Hopalong Cassidy" Boyd, 1895
Panco Villa, 1878
Adam Smith, 1723 (O.S. Date)
Thomas Chippendale, 1718
Pu Songling, 1640


Today in History:

Traditional date for the sinking of Atlantis, 8498BC
Titus and his Roman legions breach the middle wall of Jerusalem  in the Siege of Jerusalem, 70
Kraków, Poland  receives city  rights, 1257
The first Great Lakes steamer, the Frontenac, is launched, 1817
Houston, Texas is incorporated by the Republic of Texas, 1837
Denmark  becomes a constitutional monarchy, 1849
Harriet Beecher Stowe's anti-slavery serial, Uncle Tom's Cabin or, Life Among the Lowly starts a ten-month run in the National Era abolitionist newspaper, 1851
Denmark  amends its constitution to allow women's suffrage, 1915
Elvis Presley introduces his new single, "Hound Dog", on The Milton Berle Show, scandalizing the audience with his suggestive hip movements, 1956
The first government of the State of Singapore is sworn in, 1959
The Apple II, the first practical personal computer, goes on sale, 1977
Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi orders an attack on the Golden Temple, the holiest site of the Sikh religion, 1984
A severe heat wave across Pakistan  and India  reaches its peak, as temperatures exceed 50°C (122°F) in the region, 2003
The planet Venus makes its last transit of the 21st century beginning at 22:09 UTC June 5, and ending 4:49 UTC June 6, 2012

7 comments:

  1. Lil'Boo don d\fall far from the Boudreaux tree.

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  2. Joeh beat me to it. Hope you're having a great weekend.

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  3. Joe nailed it for sure. I love these jokes.

    Have a fabulous Silly Sunday. ☺

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  4. LOL and I love the name Lil'Boo haha!

    Have a tanfastic Sunday :-)

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  5. Ok, that joke just made me smile...!
    Cat

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  6. LOL! My grandparents had 11 children and I really hope that at one of our big reunions one of my 30 or so cousins, said that!

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