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Grandma had me run her on errands yesterday. There are certain specific things she likes to get at specific stores, so running her on errands can take time. If you get to a store and they are out of the specific thing she wants, well, let's just hope you never have to know what happens then.
Boudreaux be knowin' how dat be. Clothile done get to likin' a certain kind o' ham when dey was on vacation, an' now, when Boudreaux be on de road an' be going pass de place where dey sell it, he gots to stop an' get some.
One time, he be runnin' late an' he know de place wit' dat ham be goin' close soon, so he be goin' just a li'l too fas' on de highway. Right across from de shop de police done pull him over, an' he say, "Please, can you give me de ticket in de parkin' lot dere? I got's to go buy my wife a ham! I can't go back home wit'out a ham!"
An' de police say, "What be wrong? Don't dey got ham where you come from?"
An' Boudreaux say, "Mais oui, dey gots ham, but do you got a wife?"
Blue and Pink Day -- Fairy Calendar
Bubblegum Sculpture Day -- commonly listed on ecard sites, and not to be confused with National Bubble Gum Day, coming in February
Carnation Day -- in honor of William McKinley; also on the date of his assassination each year, Sept. 14
Curmudgeons' Day -- W.C. Field's birth anniversary
Ka Moloka'i Makahiki -- Molokai, Hawaii (traditional ceremonial end of the harvest festival, a time of peace; still celebrated with ceremonies and sporting events)
Lowcountry Oyster Festival -- Mt. Pleasant, SC, US (80,000lbs. of oysters, come have some fun!)
National Corn Chip Day
National Puzzle Day -- because puzzles are just fun
Sahid Diwash -- Nepal (Martyrs' Day)
St. Constantius of Perugia (Patron of Perugia, Italy)
St. Gildas the Wise's Day (one of the earliest British historians)
Thomas Paine Day/Freethinkers' Day -- birth anniversary of Thomas Paine
World Leprosy Day -- International
Establishment of The Seeing Eye, 1929 (first US guide dog school)
Kansas becomes the 34th US state, 1861
Adam Lambert, 1982
Jonny Lang, 1981
Andrew Keegan, 1979
Sara Gilbert, 1975
Heather Graham, 1970
Bobby Phillips, 1968
Nick Turturro, 1962
Greg Louganis, 1960
Oprah Winfrey, 1954
Teresa Teng, 1953
Ann Jillian, 1950
Tom Selleck, 1945
Katharine Ross, 1942
Germaine Greer, 1939
John Forsythe, 1918
Victor Mature, 1913
Huddie William "Leadbelly" Ledbetter, 1885
W.C. Fields, 1880
Anton Chekhov, 1860
William McKinley, 1843
Henry Morton Stanley, 1841
Thomas Paine, 1737
Emanuel Swedenborg, 1688
"Sweet Charity"(Musical), 1966
Dr. Strangelove(Film), 1964
Sleeping Beauty(Disney cartoon movie), 1959
"The Potting Shed"(Play), 1957
"All My Sons"(Play), 1947
"The Raven"(publication date), 1845
"Idomeneo"(Mozart Opera), 1781
"The Beggar's Opera"(Gay Ballad Opera), 1728
Today in History:
The first performance of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, 1595
John Beckley of Virginia is appointed the first Librarian of Congress, 1802
Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven" is first published, 1845
The Victoria Cross is established to acknowledge bravery, 1856
Karl Benz patents the first successful gasoline-driven automobile, 1886
Liliuokalani is proclaimed Queen of Hawaii, its last monarch, 1891
Walt Disney starts his first job as an artist, earning $40/week with the KC Slide Co, 1920
North America's first guide dog school, The Seeing Eye, is incorporated in Nashville, Tennessee, 1929
The first inductees into the Baseball Hall of Fame are announced, 1936
The first inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame are announced, 1963
Hungary establishes diplomatic relations with South Korea, making it the first Eastern Bloc nation to do so, 1989
President Jacques Chirac announces a "definitive end" to French nuclear weapons testing, 1996
La Fenice, Venice's opera house, is destroyed by fire, 1996
The first direct commercial flights from mainland China (from Guangzhou) to Taiwan since 1949 arrived in Taipei. Shortly afterwards, a China Airlines flight lands in Beijing, 2005