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The A/C is, for now, unclogged. Kurt will be back next week to clean it and give it an annual check-up.
Meanwhile, the door to the A/C closet has been re-latched. It's a difficult door to open and shut.
Li'l Tee Boudreaux usta done have him a hard time wit' the latch on de door, too. One day, he be tryin' an' tryin', an' he jes' cain't get him dat hook latch to do right, an' along come his Grand-mère Boudreaux.
An' Li'l Tee say, "Grand-mère, I cain't get me dis door!"
An' Grand-mère say, "Mais, you do like dis," an' she get him a li'l stool to step up on an' she show him how do it. "Take de latch, an' de point go down in de eye, an' you done hooked de door."
An' Li'l Tee say, "Grand-mère, dat be jes' right! You be de bestes' hooker in de whole world!"
Air Conditioning Appreciation Days begin -- Northern Hemisphere (around here, they last until Thanksgiving!)
Compliment Your Mirror Day -- remind your mirror how great it is to have an owner like you, and look at other mirrors to meet to see if they greet you with a smile
Dipolieia -- Ancient Greek Calendar (festival of Zeus as god of the city)
Disobedience Day -- internet generated, but if you have a bone to pick, use your civil disobedience today to let it be known!
Distressed Elves' Creditors' Pets' Day -- Fairy Calendar
Dog Days of Summer begin (according to the almanac, but not in all cultures)
Ducktona 500 Family Festival & Car Show-- Sheboygan Falls, WI, US (lots of fun for everyone, culminating in the annual plastic duck race)
Eat Beans Day -- bring the humble legume up to main dish status!
Fiesta del Fuego -- Santiago, Cuba (festival of fire, through the 9th)
Independence Day -- Belarus(1944)
International Plastic Bag Free Day -- working toward a plastic bag free world
National Chocolate Wafer Day
Punxsutawney Ground Hog Festival -- Punxsutawney, PA, US (through Saturday; because the groundhog is worth more than just one cold day in February!)
Shab-e-Qadar -- Bangladesh (Night of Destiny)
Stay Out of the Sun Day -- sponsored by Wellcat Holidays; for health's sake, give your skin a break!
St. Thomas the Apostle's Day (Patron of architects, blind people, builders, carpenters, construction workers, geometricians, masons, people in doubt, stonecutters, surveyors, theologians; against blindness, doubt; Certaldo, Italy; Ceylon/Sri Lanka; East Indies; India; Pakistan)
Vardavar -- Armenia (continuation of an ancient pagan festival that encourages people to pull pranks, especially dousing everyone, friend and stranger, with water)
Virgin Islands Emancipation Day -- US Virgin Islands
Prince Alois of Liechtenstein marries Duchess Sophie of Bavaria, 1993
Ted Kennedy marries Victoria Anne Reggie, 1992
Idaho becomes the 43rd US State, 1890
Moises Alou, 1966
Thomas Gibson, 1962
Tom Cruise, 1962
Montel Williams, 1956
Alan Autry, 1952
Betty Buckley, 1947
Dave Barry, 1947
Kurtwood Smith, 1942
Tom Stoppard, 1937
Pete Fountain, 1930
Ken Russell, 1927
Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher, 1908
Franz Kafka, 1883
George M. Cohan, 1878
Richard Bedford Bennett, 1st Viscount Bennett, 1870
Samuel Huntington, 1731(O.S. date)
"ITV News at Ten"(TV), 1967
"Mister Peepers"(TV), 1952
Today in History
Hugh Capet is crowned King of France, the first of the Capetian dynasty that would rule France till the French Revolution in 1792, 987
Québec City is founded by Samuel de Champlain, 1608
Pitcairn Island is discovered by Midshipman Robert Pitcairn on an expeditionary voyage commanded by Philip Carteret, 1767
Norway's oldest newspaper still in print, Adresseavisen, is founded and the first edition is published, 1767
George Washington takes command of the Continental Army at Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1775
The Bank of Savings in New York City, the first savings bank in the United States, opens, 1819
The last pair of Great Auks is killed, 1844
Slaves are freed in the Danish West Indies (now U.S. Virgin Islands) by Peter von Scholten in the culmination of a year-long plot by enslaved Africans, 1848
Dow Jones and Company publishes its first stock average, 1884
Karl Benz officially unveils the Benz Patent Motorwagen – the first purpose-built automobile, 1886
The New York Tribune becomes the first newspaper to use a linotype machine, eliminating typesetting by hand, 1886
World speed record for a steam railway locomotive is set in England, by the Mallard, which reaches a speed of 126 miles per hour (203 km/h), 1938
The biggest explosion in the history of rocketry occurs when the Soviet N1 rocket explodes and subsequently destroys its launchpad, 1969
First mention in the New York Times of a disease that would later be called AIDS, 1981
The Stone of Scone is returned to Scotland, 1996
Asteroid 2004 XP14 flies within 432,308 kilometres (268,624 mi) of Earth, 2006
New Zealand sustains a major earthquake, with minor damage reported, 2012
In El Paraiso, Peru, property developers destroy a 4,000-year old pyramid, 2013
In Belgium, King Albert II abdicates his throne to son, Prince Philippe, Duke of Brabant, due to health reasons, 2013