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DAY TWO-HUNDRED-AND-TWELVE OF THE BIDEN REGIME
231. TODAY IN HISTORY—THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 2021:
National Aviation Day
President William “Bill” Jefferson Clinton; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices William Strong and Tom C. Clark; U.S. Secretary of State Jeremiah S. Black; “All You Need is Love” by the Beatles, Blossom Toes featuring Brian Godding, Canned Heat featuring Larry “The Mole” Taylor, the Climax Blues Band featuring George Newsome, Cream featuring Ginger Baker, Deep Purple featuring Ian Gillan, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass featuring Pat Senatore, H.P. Lovecraft featuring Charles Ethan Kenning, “My Sharona” by the Knack, and Queen featuring John Deacon:
- 14 Tuesday: Caesar Augustus, Rome’s first emperor, died at age 76 after a reign lasting four decades; his stepson, the demented Tiberius succeeded him.
- 440 Sunday: St. Sixtus III ends his reign as the 44th Roman Catholic Pope of all Christendom. Sixtus began serving on July 31, 432.
- 1399 Monday: King Richard II of England surrenders to his cousin, Henry.
- 1477 Sunday: Maximilian I, son of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III weds Mary of Burgundy and acquires possessions in the Netherlands and France.
- 1561 Saturday: Mary Queen of Scots arrives in Leigh, Scotland, to assume the throne after 13 years of living in exile.
- 1587 Wednesday: Sigismund III becomes king of Poland.
- 1692 Tuesday: At Salem, Massachusetts, the authorities execute five women convicted of witchcraft charges.
- 1698 Tuesday: Russian Czar Peter the Great begins his reign.
- 1812 Wednesday: The USS Constitution defeated the British frigate HMS Guerriere off Nova Scotia during the War of 1812 earning the nickname, “Old Ironsides.”
- 1814 Friday: During the War of 1812, British forces landed at Benedict, Maryland, with the objective of capturing Washington, D.C., which they did and burnt to the ground.
- 1848 Saturday: The New York Herald reported the discovery of gold in California.
- 1856 Tuesday: Gail Borden received a patent for his process of condensing milk by vacuum.
- 1893 Saturday: In York, Pennsylvania, the 23rd U.S. Secretary of State Jeremiah S. Black died. The Democrat served under President James Buchanan from December 17, 1860, to March 05, 1861.
- 1895 Monday: The 40th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice William Strong, died on this date in Lake Minnewaska, NY. President Ulysses S. Grant nominated the Democrat-turned- Republican to fill the seat of Associate Justice Robert Grier. Strong served from 02-18-1870 to 12-14-1880.
- 1909 Thursday: The first car race upon which, the racing cars drove on a brick speedway took place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The winner of the inaugural event was auto engineer Louis Schweitzer, who drove a Stoddard-Dayton touring car twice around the 2.5-mile track at an average speed of 57.4 mph.
- 1914 Wednesday: During World War I, the German High Seas Fleet begins the bombardment of the English coast. Meanwhile, in Belgium, German troops execute 150 Belgian citizens by firing squad.
- 1917 Sunday: For breaking New York City’s blue laws, police arrested team managers, John McGraw and Christy Mathewson with their crime being that their teams were playing baseball on a Sunday.
- 1919 Tuesday: Afghanistan declares its independence from Great Britain.
- 1921 Friday: Ty Cobb is the fourth to get 3,000 hits in the Majors.
- 1929 Monday: The radio program, “Amos and Andy,” starring Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll, made its debut on NBC Radio on this date.
- 1934 Sunday: A plebiscite in Germany approved the vesting of sole executive power in Adolf Hitler; the numbers in favor of Hitler were 95.7-percent.
- 1935 Monday: Future bassist with the famed Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass,[i] Pat Senatore, is born in Newark, New Jersey, on this date.
- 1936 Wednesday: The first of a series of show trials orchestrated by Soviet leader Josef Stalin began in Moscow as sixteen defendants faced charges of conspiring against the government. The court convicted all of the poor bastards and then executed them.
- 1939 Saturday: Future expert drummer well known for playing in the British band, Cream[ii], was born in Lewisham, England on this date.
- 1940 Monday: The new Civil Aeronautics Administration awarded honorary license #1 to Orville Wright.
- 1942 Wednesday: During World War II, about 6,000 Canadian and British soldiers launched a disastrous raid against the Germans at Dieppe, France, suffering more than 50 percent casualties. Meanwhile, German troops under the command of General Friedrich Paulus begin the conquest of Stalingrad. Little did the general know that his slow-moving envelopment of the city on the Volga River- city named for Soviet dictator Josef Stalin- would end in disaster in early 1942.
- 1943 Thursday: Future psychedelic rock guitarist with the rock band, H.P. Lovecraft[iii]—Charles Ethan Kenning—is born in Chicago on this date.
- 1944 Saturday: As things begin to collapse for the Nazi occupiers in France, the German general in charge of the city cedes parts of it to the French Resistance.
- 1945 Sunday: Future vocalist with the British rock band, Deep Purple[iv], Ian Gillan, was born on this date in Chiswick, London, England, as was future guitarist with Blossom Toe[v]s, Brian Godding- he was born in Monmouth, Monmouthshire, UK.
- 1946 Monday: Future 42nd president of the United States—William “Bill” Jefferson Clinton—is born in the United States in Hope, Arkansas, on this date. He served from 1993-2001 and was a Democrat.
- 1947 Tuesday: Future drummer with the Climax Blues Band[vi], George Newsome, was born in England on this date.
- 1949 Friday: The 86th U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Tom C. Clark assumed his position on the high court on this date. President Harry S. Truman nominated his fellow Democrat to fill the seat of fellow Democrat Associate Justice Frank Murphy. Clark would serve from today until June 12, 1967.
- 1951 Sunday: The owner of the St. Louis Browns, Bill Veeck, sent in 3-foot-7 Eddie Gaedel to pinch-hit in a game against Detroit. In his only major league-at-bat, Gaedel walked on four pitches and then his coach replaced him at first base with a pinch runner. Elsewhere, future bassist/vocalist with the British rock band, Queen[vii]—John Deacon—is born on this date in the town of Oadby, England.
- 1960 Friday: A tribunal in Moscow convicted American U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers of espionage. Although sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment, the Soviets returned Powers to the United States in 1962 as part of a prisoner exchange. Meanwhile, the Soviet Union launched two dogs within a satellite into Earth’s orbit.
- 1962 Sunday: Homero Blancas shot a 55 at the Premier Invitational Golf Tournament held in Longview, Texas. It was the lowest score in U.S. competitive golf history.
- 1964 Wednesday: The Beatles[viii] opened their first full-fledged U.S. tour as they performed at San Francisco’s Cow Palace.
- 1965 Thursday: The trial of Auschwitz camp guards and officers ends with six life sentences.
- 1967 Saturday: “All You Need is Love[ix]” by the Beatles goes #1. This was one of the great tunes of all time, one hopeful that love would conquer, and the world would be one. By 1969, the dream vanished.
- 1974 Monday: During an anti-American protest in Nicosia, Cyprus, a bullet fatally wounded U.S. Ambassador Rodger P. Davies while he was inside the embassy.
- 1976 Thursday: At the Republican National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri, President Gerald R. Ford wins the nomination.
- 1979 Sunday: “My Sharona” by the Knack[x] hits #1 and remains there for 42 days.
- 1980 Tuesday: Three-hundred-and-one people aboard a Saudi L-1011 died as the jetliner made a fiery emergency return to the Riyadh airport.
- 1981 Wednesday: Two U.S. Navy F-14 fighter aircraft shot down two Libyan SU-22s over the Gulf of Sidra.
- 1982 Thursday: Soviet Cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya became the second woman to launch into space.
- 1984 Sunday: At the Republican National Convention in Houston, Texas, the delegates nominated Ronald Reagan for a second term as president of the United States.
- 1987 Wednesday: A gun collector ran through Hungerford, England, sixty miles west of London, killing sixteen people, including his mother, before turning the gun on himself.
- 1990 Sunday: Leonard Bernstein conducted what turned out to be the last concert of his career at Tanglewood in Lenox, Mass., with the Boston Symphony Orchestra; the program ended with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7.
- 1991 Monday: Soviet hardliners made the stunning announcement that they had removed President Mikhail S. Gorbachev from power; however, the coup attempt collapsed two days later.
- 1995 Saturday: Bruce Seldon scores a TKO over Joe Hipp in the 10th round to win the heavyweight boxing title of the world.
- 1998 Wednesday: The first piece of the 351-foot bronze statue of Christopher Columbus arrived at San Juan, Puerto Rico. Surely, the citizens of the U.S. territory now demand that the people tear down his statue because—according to bigots—he was a ‘racist.’
- 1999 Thursday: In Belgrade, thousands of Serbs attended a rally to demand the resignation of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. Elsewhere, Lorne Michaels received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on this date.
- 2003 Tuesday: A suicide truck bomb struck U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, killing twenty-two, including the top U.N. envoy, Sergio Vieira de Mello. A suicide bombing of a bus in Jerusalem killed twenty-two people.
- 2004 Thursday: Google Inc. stock began selling on the NASDAQ Stock Market. The initial price was set at $85 and ended the day at $100.34 with more than twenty-two million shares traded.
- 2008 Tuesday: Tropical Storm Fay rolled ashore in Florida short of hurricane strength but mysteriously gained speed as it headed over land. Elsewhere, heavily armed Muslim extremists in Afghanistan killed 10 French soldiers in a mountain ambush and then sent a squad of suicide bombers in a failed assault on a U.S. base near the Pakistani border.
- 2009 Wednesday: Army Lieutenant William Calley publicly apologizes for the massacre at My Lai during the Vietnam War.
- 2010 Thursday: The city of Jakarta, Indonesia, launches all-female train cars to cut down on sexual harassment.
- 2011 Friday: A team of divers discovers the wreck of a Swedish warship, possibly the Mars, the flagship of the fleet of King Erik XIV, which sank in the Baltic Sea in 1564.
- 2012 Sunday: In Talodi, Sudan, thirty-two people lose their lives in a plane mishap.
- 2013 Monday: Thanks to the passage in New Zealand of the Marriage Equality Bill in April of the same year, the first same-sex marriages begin taking place.
- 2014 Tuesday: Google announces it plans to release a new paid-subscription music service that will feature YouTube musical videos; the new system will be different from the one it already has.
- 2015 Wednesday: According to Brainy History, the U.S. Navy announces that it will allow women to undergo its intensive 6-month SEAL training; female candidates who pass the course will be able to serve on SEAL teams.
- 2016 Friday: U.S. Department of Justice under Attorney-General Loretta Lynch issues directives mandating the end of the federal government using private prisons for prisoners and illegal aliens. Meanwhile, Director of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson visits Louisiana promising aid for victims of the massive flood. Finally, candidate Donald Trump remarks that ‘unbelievably, he regrets some remarks.’
- 2017 Saturday: Following violent clashes between leftist mobs and White Supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, mourners honor Heather Heyer, a young woman killed when a car piloted by Nazi sympathizer James Alex Fields plowed through a crowd demanding Confederate States of America statues taken down. Meanwhile, President Donald J. Trump disbands an advisory council after some members quit over his misreported remarks concerning the Charlottesville incident.
- 2018 Sunday: In a New York Times article, the author claims that one of Jeffrey Epstein’s many accusers- in this case, Asia Argento- assaulted a 17-year-old minor. Say it ain’t so! Meanwhile, in an interview between President Donald J. Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and NBC’s Chuck Todd that ‘truth isn’t truth.’
- 2019 Monday: The U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan in charge of the peace talks- Zalmay Khalilzad- says that in the wake of a major suicide bombing ISIS conducted at a wedding in Kabul that left at least sixty-three people dead, and hundreds injured, the peace negotiations must speed up in order that the country does not implode before concluded. Elsewhere, candidate Bernie Sanders, seeking the 2020 Democratic Party’s presidential nomination unveils his criminal justice reform plan. It will end privatized prisons, cash bail, funding for more public defenders, and a stop to civil assets forfeiture. He also proposes a “Prisoner’s Bill of Rights.” You go, you damn commie, you go! Finally, famed lifelong bassist with the L.A.-based rock band, Canned Heat- Larry “The Mole” Taylor- died in Lake Balboa, California, at age 77 from terminal cancer.
- 2020 Wednesday: In Grand Prairie, Texas, a downed power line lights up a major plastics manufacturer’s plant. As the plastic burns, a cloud of toxic smoke roils upward as firefighters fight to put it out; authorities say the blaze could continue for days. Next, TV ratings for Monday’s first night of the Democratic Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, are down 28-percent and on the Big Three Networks, ratings are down an astounding 40-percent. Talk about a boring bitch-fest! There is a growing anger among Americans watching this snooze-fest that the Democrats WON’T mention the mob violence and massive uptick in violent crime around the country, violence for which, they bear sole responsibility.
- 2020 Wednesday A: Due to a spike in new Xi Jinping Bat Flu cases in just nine days, Notre Dame (150 new Wuhan Virus cases) announces the closure of its campus while the University of North Carolina, faced with 222 new cases, an upward tick of 17.2-percent, also announces it closure for the immediate future. In Europe, Spain reports 3,700 new cases of the Kung Flu after keeping their country on lockdown for three months. Seeing this number of new cases on the first day the country opened is astounding. So much for doing business with the Chi-Coms.
- 2020 Wednesday B: Economic news for today is great: Target reports profits are up by an astounding 80-percent while Apple becomes the first U.S. company to hit a market cap of $2 trillion. It took Apple 38 years to hit $1 trillion and then just 2 years to attain the astoundingly high number of $2 trillion. And people thought Tim Cook, Apple CEO, lacked what it took to continue the work of Steve Jobs.
- 2020 Wednesday C: Following U.S. tire manufacturer Goodyear Tires banning its employees from wearing MAGA hats, President Donald J. Trump sends out a Tweet urging people not to buy the company’s tires and other products. Goodyear backtracks really quick and tries to clarify what it said. It looks like employees can wear MAGA hats if they so choose. Speaking of the Trump administration, Chief of Staff Mark Meadows echoes statements made by Dr. Tony Fauci and other medical professionals that ‘if it’s okay to protest in the streets, it’s okay to vote in person.’ We wholeheartedly agree with this view. Finally, U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr reports more than 1,000 arrests in Operation Legend in which, the federal government partners with local law enforcement officers to take down violent scumbags. Meanwhile, the dragnet is on for Marquise Love, a BLM supporter who stoved in the head of a passing motorist whose only crime is that he tried to come to the aid of a tranny in Portland, Oregon, whom thugs were beating and robbing on Sunday night in the 80th straight night of violent protests and riots. Find this POS and beat his ass.
- 2020 Wednesday D: Here is the lineup of NOTABLE speakers at the Democratic Convention in Milwaukee, WI, albeit, most of them virtual: (1) former first lady, senator, and secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton; (2) former President Barack Hussein Obama; (3) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi; (4) Sen. Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren, D-MA; (5) former Rep. Gabby Giffords, D-AZ; (6) Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, D-NM; (7) Gov. Tony Evers, D-WI; and Sen. Kamala Harris, VP nominee, D-CA. It looks to be ‘another exciting night.’ Speaking of Democrats, former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith pleaded guilty in federal court today for tampering with evidence. He is the first member of the communist Chinese-Democratic Party coup against Donald J. Trump. Prison for you and loss of the right to practice law. Stay tuned for more…
- 2020 Wednesday E: President Donald J. Trump has suspended or canceled three bilateral agreements with Hong Kong since the Chi-Coms on the mainland have reneged on the guarantees they made with the citizens of the former British Crown Colony. Some of the agreements deal with tax exemptions from international shipping and extradition treaties, making the Beijing bullies angry yet again. Speaking of the Chi-Coms and their criminality, here are today’s stats for the novel coronavirus they purposely sent around the planet:
- 2020 Wednesday F: Here are today’s Xi Jinping Bat Flu Statistics for the globe: 22,218,441 confirmed cases, UP by 244,048 cases, 782,883 confirmed deaths, UP by 6,726 deaths, and 14,156,538 confirmed recoveries, UP by 222,006 recoveries. Here are the numbers for the United States: 5,605,858 confirmed cases, UP by 42,212 new cases, 174,963 confirmed deaths, UP by 1,250 new deaths, and 2,852,221 confirmed recoveries, UP by 35,753 new recoveries. (The number of recoveries would be even greater if Blue State governors would report them but alas, we know they will not- corrupt MF-ers).
- 2020 Wednesday G: Next, in the three states in which, the world-famous American Institute of Culinary Politics-The Elemental News of the Day employs chef-authors, California, Hawaii, and Washington, here are the stats, Golden State first: 638,831 confirmed cases, 11,523 confirmed deaths, but as is the norm, NO mention of confirmed recoveries. Next, here are the stats for the Aloha State: 5,349 confirmed cases, forty-one confirmed deaths, and 1,921 confirmed recoveries. Finally, in the Ever-Red, uh, we mean, the Evergreen State, here are the stats: 68,264 confirmed cases, 1,801 confirmed deaths, but like California, the palooka-faced governor, Jay Inslee, will not share the number of confirmed recoveries. Shame on these flipping Democrats. Let us take a look at one more state, Colorado: 53,901 confirmed number of cases, 1,900 confirmed number of deaths, but like other Blue State locales, NO mention of recoveries in the mile-high state.
- 2020 Wednesday H: Here are today’s Stock Market closes: DOW Jones Industrial Average: 27,692.88, DOWN 85.19 points (-0.31%). Next, the NASDAQ: 11,146.46, DOWN 64.38 points (-0.57%). Finally, here are the stats for the S&P 500: 3,374.85, DOWN 14.93 points (-0.44%). The price of GOLD is $1,943.70 per troy oz., -26.60 (-1.35%) while the price of SILVER is $26.96 per troy ounce, -0.38 (-1.39%). The price of PLATINUM is $947.40 per troy oz, -8.90 (-0.93%) while the price of COPPER is $3.00 per pound, -0.0255 (-0.84%). The price of Light Sweet Crude Oil is $42.78 per barrel, -0.15 (-0.35%). Currently, one-dollar U.S. = 6.92 Chi-Com yuan. Meanwhile, one-dollar U.S. = 0.84 euros.
- 2021 Thursday: Let us pray today is a better day…
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Ian Anderson released yet another album in the vein of “Thick as a Brick” and “Thick as a Brick 2,” this one being “Homo Erraticus” which hit the shelves of record stores on April 14, 2014. The band featured Ian Anderson on numerous instruments but also Florian Opahle (guitars, acoustic and electric), David Goodier (bass and glockenspiel), John O’Hara (all keyboards including accordion), Scott Haymond (drums and percussion), and Ryan O’Donnell (additional vocals). This is a wonderful album that puts an entirely new spin on the stellar compositions by this phenomenal band. We hope you will investigate this one to the fullest as it is a worthy addition. Enjoy.
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TODAY IN HISTORY, THURSDAY AUGUST 19, 2021, #4,109
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Thursday, August 19, 2021:
[i] We hope to do the music of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, as well as Alpert’s solo career, somewhere around 2035. We hope you will remain with us.
[ii] We began offering music by the supergroup Cream on Friday, 17-January-2014 through Monday, 03-February-2014. Please seek out their albums by visiting posts on those corresponding dates. You will be glad you did. Sadly, at the time, we also should have presented the solo catalogs of Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, and Ginger Baker. We hope to do so at some point within the next decade or so.
[iii] We promoted the music of HP Lovecraft beginning on Friday, 07-June-2013 through Monday, 10-June-2013. We hope you will seek the music of this wild acid rock band out and consider adding it to your collection. You will be glad you did.
[iv] We shared the music of Deep Purple, Ian Gillan, Captain Beyond, Elf, and Rainbow beginning on Tuesday, 20-March-2018 and concluded this massive offering on Sunday, 14-October-2018. Please seek out the music by all of these phenomenal bands. All are fabulous.
[v] We promoted the music of Blossom Toes beginning on Monday, 01-June-2015 through Sunday, 07-June-2015. We hope you will seek them out and add them to your growing music collection.
[vi] We began promoting the music of the greatest British blues rock band, the Climax Blues Band, beginning on Monday, 16-September-2019 through Sunday, 27-October-2019. This included the solo efforts of Pete Haycock and Colin Cooper. We hope you will check them out and add them to your collection.
[vii] We began promoting the music of Queen- as well as its individual members (Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon)- on Monday, 14-January-2019 through Monday, 01-April-2019. We hope you will seek them out and consider adding them to your collection.
[viii] We began promoting the music of both the Beatles and the band’s individual components on Friday, 04-November-2016 through Sunday, 11-June-2018. Besides the Beatles, we also promoted the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison as well as the Traveling Wilburys.
[ix] The single “All You Need is Love” appeared on the album, “Magical Mystery Tour” on the B side with other singles. We presented the album originally at the OLD blog, the one murdered by Sundar Pichai and his legions of gay boys on Tuesday, 22-November-2016. As for the complete Beatles and their members discography, please seek out this massive offering by visiting the blog posts between those dates. You will be glad you did.
[x] As to WHEN we will promote the music of the Knack, we are not sure but it won’t be a lengthy presentation, that’s for sure.
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