TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 23, 2020

2019: With the signing of Xi Jinping- Chinese dictator- and Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio, Italy signs onto China’s Belt and Road Initiative. A year later, the Italian people are wondering why they are Ground Zero for China’s Wuhan Virus outbreak in Europe. Meanwhile, with the raising of Syrian Democratic Forces flag over the Syrian city of Baghuz, civilized people proclaim the vanquishing of the ISIS caliphate. The terrorist scum had held the area for five bloody years.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 23, 2020:

Vice President Schulyer Colfax; U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Morrison Waite; U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson; the Cars featuring Ric Ocasek, and Uriah Heep featuring Phil Lanzon:

 

  1. 1066: Astronomers record the 18th recorded perihelion passage of Haley’s Comet on this date.
  2. 1657: England and France sign a treaty against Spain; England receives Dunkirk.
  3. 1708: English pretender to the throne, James III, lands at Firth of Forth.
  4. 1775: Patrick Henry delivered an address to the Virginia Provincial Convention in which he is to have declared, “Give me liberty, or give me death!”
  5. 1792: Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 94 in G Major (the “Surprise” Symphony) had its first public performance in London.
  6. 1794: Josiah G. Pierson patented a rivet machine.
  7. 1806: Explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, having reached the Pacific coast, began their journey back east.
  8. 1808: Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother, Joseph, becomes the king of Spain.
  9. 1823: Future Republican 17th vice president of the United States—Schuyler Colfax—is born on this date.   Vice President Colfax served 1869-1873.
  10. 1839: The first recorded use of “OK” (oll korrect), appears in the Boston Morning Post.
  11. 1840: An unnamed photographer captured the first successful photo of the moon.
  12. 1857: Elisha Otis installed the first modern passenger elevator in a public building. It was in a building at the corner of Broome Street and Broadway in New York City.
  13. 1858: Eleazer A. Gardner patented the cable streetcar on this date.
  14. 1861: London’s first tramcars began operation on this date.
  15. 1867: Congress passes the Second Reconstruction Act over President Andrew Johnson’s veto.
  16. 1868: Educators and state officials found the University of California system.
  17. 1880: John Stevens patented the grain-crushing mill, which increased flour production by 70 percent.
  18. 1881: Great Britain and the Boers sign a treaty ending the First Boer War.
  19. 1888: In Washington, D.C., the 43rdS. Supreme Court Associate Justice Morrison Waite, died. First a Whig and then a Republican, President Ulysses S. Grant nominated him to fill the seat of Associate Justice Salmon P. Chase, Democrat. Waite served from 01-21-1874 to 03-23-1888.
  20. 1889: President Benjamin Harrison opens Oklahoma for white colonization.
  21. 1901: Dame Nellie Melba revealed the secret of her now famous toast.
  22. 1902: In Italy, the minimum legal working age rose from nine to 12 for boys and from 11 to 15 for girls.
  23. 1913: Five days of heavy rain began falling in the Ohio River Valley; Dayton, Ohio, saw catastrophic flooding as the rising Great Miami River breached its levees. The authorities blamed hundreds of deaths in the region on the weather.
  24. 1914: The first installment of “The Perils of Pauline,” the legendary silent film serial starring Pearl White, premiered at theaters in the greater New York City area, including movie houses in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.
  25. 1919: Benito Mussolini founded the Fascist Party of Italy in Milan, Italy.
  26. 1932: In the United States, the Norris-LaGuardia Act established the right of workers to strike.
  27. 1933: The German Reichstag adopted the Enabling Act, which effectively granted Adolf Hitler dictatorial powers.
  28. 1942: The first Japanese-Americans evacuated by the U.S. Army during World War II, arrived at the internment camp in Manzanar, California. Meanwhile, in Lublin, Poland, the Nazis massacre and/or deport 2,500 Jewish citizens.
  29. 1944: Russian pilot Nicolas Alkemade falls 5,500 feet without a parachute and lives.
  30. 1945: In the largest naval operation in the Pacific Theater in World War II, 1,500 U.S. Navy warships pound Japanese positions on the island of Okinawa.
  31. 1949: Future bassist/vocalist with the Boston band, the Cars[i]–Ric Ocasek–is born in Baltimore, Maryland, on this date.
  32. 1950: Future keyboardist/vocalist Phil Lanzon who performs with the British rock band, Uriah Heep[ii], 1986-present—is born on this date.
  33. 1952: In Wichita Falls, Texas, future Republican U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is born. He would serve under President Donald J. Trump from 02-01-2017 to until the president fired him on 03-31-2018.
  34. 1956: Pakistan became an Islamic republic on this date in history.
  35. 1965: America’s first two-person space flight began as Gemini 3 blasted off with astronauts Virgil I. Grissom and John W. Young aboard for a nearly five-hour flight. Meanwhile in Morocco, authorities fire on demonstrators killing about 100 people.
  36. 1966: For the first time in 400 years, official representatives of the Catholic and Anglican Churches meet.
  37. 1973: Before sentencing, a group of Watergate break-in defendants, Chief U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica read aloud a letter to him from James W. McCord Jr., which said there had been “political pressure” to “plead guilty and remain silent.”
  38. 1979: In the 7th Round of their heavyweight-boxing match, Larry Holmes scores a TKO of Osvaldo Ocasio.
  39. 1980: After Islamists overrunning Iran drive the Shah out of the country, the Shah and his family arrive in Egypt seeking exile status.
  40. 1981: The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) rules that states could require some sort of parental notification before teenage girls acquire abortions.
  41. 1983: President Ronald W. Reagan first proposed developing technology to intercept incoming enemy missiles—an idea that came to be known as the Strategic Defense Initiative. Dr. Barney Clark, recipient of a Jarvik permanent artificial heart, died at the University of Utah Medical Center after 112 days with the device.
  42. 1990: Buena Vista Pictures released the romantic comedy “Pretty Woman,” starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, on this date.
  43. 1993: Scientists announced they had found the renegade gene that causes Huntington’s disease.
  44. 1994: Aeroflot Flight 593, an Airbus A310, crashed in Siberia with the loss of all 75 people aboard it; it turned out that the one of the pilots allowed his teenage son to sit at the controls accidentally disengaged the autopilot, causing the jetliner to plunge to the ground. Elsewhere, the leading presidential candidate of Mexico dies in an assassination during a rally in Tijuana. Finally, Wayne Gretzky broke Gordie Howe’s National Hockey League career record of with his 802nd
  45. 1998: “Titanic” tied an Academy Awards record by winning 11 Oscars, including best picture, director (James Cameron) and song (“My Heart Will Go On”).
  46. 2003: During the Iraq War, a U.S. Army maintenance convoy was ambushed in Nasiriyah; 11 soldiers were killed including Pfc. Lori Ann Piestewa; six were captured, including Pfc. Jessica Lynch, who was rescued on April 1, 2003.
  47. 2009: The Obama administration unveiled a plan to take over up to $1 trillion in sour mortgage securities with the help of private investors; Wall Street responded by hurtling the Dow Jones industrials upward nearly 500 points.
  48. 2010: In Washington, D.C., Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells lobbyists that “Israel is not a settlement” and that it has a “right” to build wherever it so chooses to do so. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama signed a $938 billion health care overhaul, declaring “a new season in America!”
  49. 2011: Academy Award-winning actress Elizabeth Taylor died in Los Angeles, California, at age 79.
  50. 2012: Pope Benedict XVI tells Cuba that it has to ‘move beyond communism’ and that he will help the island nation find a peaceful way in which, it can accomplish this task.
  51. 2013: For the first time in FOUR years, by a vote of 50-49, the U.S. Senate passes a budget. Meanwhile, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir announces that he will step down after 25 years in power sometime in 2015.
  52. 2014: In the NCAA basketball tournament, Kentucky beat undefeated Wichita State, which ended their historic 35-0 record in the finals. Meanwhile, French satellite images confirm China’s detection of potential debris from missing jetliner Malaysian Air Flight 370, which had disappeared on March 08 of this year.
  53. 2015: After combatting the effects of pneumonia for several weeks, Lee Kuan Yew—91-year-old founder of the nation of Singapore and its leader for 31 years—died.
  54. 2016: Researchers using GPR imaging determine that the skull of William Shakespeare most likely has been stolen from his tomb at the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford, United Kingdom.
  55. 2017: American singer and actress Lola Albright dies at age 92.
  56. 2018: President Donald J. Trump released an order banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under “limited circumstances.” Meanwhile, the online classified ads site Craigslist removed its personals section; the action came after the U.S. Senate passed an anti-sex-trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity. Elsewhere in Sochi, Russia, in one of the largest transfers of desert sand ever, a sandstorm in the Sahara transforms the snow from white to orange.
  57. 2019: With the signing of Xi Jinping- Chinese dictator- and Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio, Italy signs onto China’s Belt and Road Initiative. A year later, the Italian people are wondering why they are Ground Zero for China’s Wuhan Virus outbreak in Europe. Meanwhile, with the raising of Syrian Democratic Forces flag over the Syrian city of Baghuz, civilized people proclaim the vanquishing of the ISIS caliphate. The terrorist scum had held the area for five bloody years.
  58. 2020: Due to illness and self-quarantine, the Republican-controlled Senate is not in control with only 48 members present. The Democrats under Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, at the behest of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, will NOT pass a bill designed to protect the country’s economy while providing support to the afflicted unless Republicans sign on to more Obamacare-like government-run medical claptrap as well as all manner of identity politics desires, Green New Deal insanity, increased protections for illegal aliens, and additional Pro-Death protections. As of the time of this publishing, the GOP was still holding out, hoping the Dems would regain their senses and stop with the insanity but oh, no, they simply won’t surrender their partisan politics. COVID-19 statistics: earlier in the day, there were 354,677 known cases of the Chinese Virus what with the number of infections up in previous 24 hours standing at 21,115; total known deaths are 15,430, up 940 in 24 hours. In the United States, total known cases are 35,345 what with 473 deaths, up by 56 in past 24 hours. This does not account for the stats for the second part of the day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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00047 Water Hole 8 x 10 (400)

 

 

This artwork is #0047 an 8” x 10” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Water Hole.” It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale. You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page. At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.” Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks. Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty. We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work. It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor! You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY! Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

 

 

 

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Roxy Music released its next ‘blast from the past’ offering on November 11, 2001, the astonishing “Vintage.” Recording engineers put this show on tape around the same time as they did “Valentine,” and it features partial show recordings from a German soundstage. We know that fans of the original band proclaim the music the “BEST,” whereas we here at the AICP-END Blog tend to like all their music without bitching and moaning about it. Anyhow, we want YOU to be the judge so please, use the link we provide you here to go to Amazon.com. Once there, you can pick it up in the format, the condition, and the price that works best for you—you will be glad you did as will our accountants. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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[i] We are not sure when we will present the music of the Cars but if you are still with us when we celebrate our second decade of activity, you may see them then so please, stay with us. We thank you.

[ii] Not sure as to when we will get around to doing the music of Uriah Heep but we hope to do it at the same time we promote the music of Hawkwind. We hope you will remain alert as to the day that we do.

 

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 28, 2020

F. 1844: As the ship was sailing on the Potomac River, a 12-inch gun aboard the USS Princeton exploded and killed Secretary of State Abel P. Upshur, Navy Secretary Thomas W. Gilmer, and several others.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 28, 2020:

U.S. Secretaries of State Abel P. Upshur and William M. Evarts; Electric Light Orchestra featuring Wilfred Gibson, the Rolling Stones featuring Brian Jones, and Uriah Heep featuring Dave Byron:

  1. 1066: Westminster Abbey opens to the public.
  2. 1677: The Dutch take control of the English colony at Suriname.
  3. 1749: The first edition of author Henry Fielding’s novel, “Tom Jones” goes into publication.
  4. 1759: Pope Clement XIII allows the printing of the Bible into various languages.
  5. 1827: The first commercial railroad in the United States, the Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) receives its charter.
  6. 1844: As the ship was sailing on the Potomac River, a 12-inch gun aboard the USS Princeton exploded and killed Secretary of State Abel P. Upshur, Navy Secretary Thomas W. Gilmer, and several others.
  7. 1849: The first boatload of gold prospectors arrives in San Francisco from the East Coast. The SS California left New York Harbor on October 06, 1848.  It sailed from there around Cape Horn and up to California in a trip that took 4 months and 21 days.
  8. 1854: At Ripon, Wisconsin, politicians organize the Republican Party. About 50 anti-slavery supporters began the new political group.
  9. 1859: The Arkansas legislature passes a bill ordering free blacks to choose between returning to slavery and leaving the state in exile.
  10. 1861: The Federal government creates the territories of Nevada and Colorado.
  11. 1863: The Union Navy sinks the Confederate raider, CSS Nashville, near Ft. McAllister, Georgia.
  12. 1884: In Potomac River, Maryland, the 15thS. Secretary of State Abel P. Upshur dies. He served under President John Tyler from 06-24-1843 to 02-28-1844.
  13. 1885: AT&T (American Telephone and Telegraph) incorporated on this date.
  14. 1901: In New York City, the 27thS. Secretary of State William M. Evarts died. He served under President Rutherford B. Hayes and from 03-12-1877 to 03-07-1881.
  15. 1911: President William Howard Taft nominated the first black American to be the assistant attorney general of the United States on this date, William H. Lewis.
  16. 1917: The AP reports that Mexico and Japan will ally with Germany if the United States enters World War I. The information reportedly came from a German diplomatic communication from German Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmerman to a German official in Mexico.  Outrage over the fact that our southern neighbor might ally with the Central Powers is one of the events that propelled the United States into the global conflict.
  17. 1922: Although British troops remain on its sovereign soil, Egypt gains its independence from Great Britain.
  18. 1924: The U.S. begins a lengthy intervention in the Honduras to support plantation owners.
  19. 1933: In Germany, two things occur on this date: (1) President Paul von Hindenburg abolishes freedom of opinion, while (2) Chancellor Adolf Hitler orders the dissolution of the German Communist Party. Meanwhile, Frances Perkins becomes the first female Cabinet minister in the United States in the Franklin Delano Roosevelt administration.
  20. 1939: Great Britain recognizes the Spanish government in the control of Generalissimo Francisco Franco.
  21. 1940: Richard Wright’s “Native Son[i]” is published on this date. Elsewhere, the first televised basketball game took place on this date.  The game featured Fordham University and the University of Pittsburgh from Madison Square Garden in New York.
  22. 1941: During the month of February, 39 German U-Boats are sunk for a total of 197,000 tons.
  23. 1942: Brian Jones, future founding member of the Rolling Stones[ii] was born on this date. Brian was a talented musician who play a wide variety of musical instruments and sadly, was never given the due he so deserved.  Elsewhere in England, future violinist with Electric Light Orchestra[iii]—Wilfred Gibson—was born.  Meanwhile, in Java, the last bastion in the Dutch East Indies, Japanese troops begin landing on Java.   Elsewhere, in the Battle of the Sunda Strait, the Japanese navy attacked the U.S. heavy cruiser USS Houston and the Australian light cruiser HMAS Perth, both of which sunk shortly after midnight with a combined loss of more than 1,000 sailors.
  24. 1943: During the month of February, 63 German U-Boats are sunk by the allies for a total loss of 359,300 tons.
  25. 1947: In Taiwan, the authorities put down civil disorder; however, 30,000 people die in the process of them doing it.
  26. 1951: A Senate committee reports that in the U.S. at least TWO major crime syndicates exist and possibly more.
  27. 1953: Scientists James D. Watson and Francis H. C. Crick announced the discovery of the double-helix structure of DNA, a fundamental building block of life.
  28. 1954: The U.S. performs an atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island.
  29. 1959: The Chicago Cardinals trade Ollie Matson to the Los Angeles Rams for nine players.
  30. 1960: A day after defeating the Soviets at the Winter Games in Squaw Valley, California, the United States won its first Olympic Hockey Gold Medal by defeating Czechoslovakia’s team 9-4.
  31. 1961: President John F. Kennedy names Henry Kissinger as a special adviser.
  32. 1962: A group of Las Vegas republicans formed the John Glenn for President club on this date.
  33. 1972: President Richard M. Nixon ends his historic weeklong visit to Communist China.
  34. 1974: After a gap of seven years, the United States and Egypt reestablish diplomatic relations.
  35. 1976: Spain begins pulling its troops out of the Western Sahara.
  36. 1979: Mr. Ed, the talking horse from the TV show, “Mr. Ed,” died.
  37. 1982: AT&T loses a record $7 billion for the fiscal year.
  38. 1983: The final TV episode of “M*A*S*H” airs on CBS-TV, a record 125 million people watch it.
  39. 1985: Dave Byron, lead vocalist for the British rock band, Uriah Heep[iv], lost his battle with chronic alcoholism on this date and died.
  40. 1986: Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme suffered assassination in Stockholm.
  41. 1991: United Nations troops move into Kuwait City while Saddam Hussein orders his troops out of Kuwait; Iraqi soldiers set ablaze Kuwaiti oil fields during their arduous retreat.
  42. 1993: A gun battle erupted near Waco, Texas, when Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (and Explosives) or ATF agents tried to arrest Branch Davidian leader David Koresh on weapons charges; however, it did not go well, and four agents and six Davidians lost their lives leading to a 51-day standoff. The siege ended on April 19 as fire erupted while federal agents smashed their way (or attempted to) into the compound leading to the deaths of Mr. Koresh and 78 other Davidians including many children. President Bill Clinton and his Attorney General, Janet Reno, were never charged for the crimes of killing American citizens on home soil and for using tanks, gas, and other means of murder and assault.  To this day, neither has been charged with the crime of murder but this display of tyranny later led Timothy McVeigh to bomb the federal building in Oklahoma City.
  43. 1994: The so-called, “Brady Law,” goes into effect, which imposes a waiting period for the purchase of handguns. Elsewhere, NATO conducted its first military strike when U.S. F-16 fighters shot down four Bosnian Serb warplanes in violation of a no-fly zone over central Bosnia.
  44. 1997: Smokers must show identification that shows they are 18 years of age or older if they wish to purchase tobacco products.
  45. 2001: The Northwest region of the U.S. including the state of Washington was hit by an earthquake that measured 6.9 on the Richter scale. However, the authorities reported not a single death.
  46. 2002: ABC Sports announced that John Madden would replace Dennis Miller on “Monday Night Football.” Madden signed a four-year, $20 million deal with ABC.
  47. 2003: UN Chief Weapons Inspector Hans Blix announces that there is ‘no evidence that Iraq possesses any weapons of mass destruction.’
  48. 2007: NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made a gravitational slingshot against Jupiter to change the planned trajectory toward the planet Pluto.
  49. 2011: In Egypt, the government imposes a travel ban on former President Hosni Mubarak and his sons in anticipation of trying them on a variety of charges. Elsewhere, the last surviving veteran of World War I, Frank Buckles, dies in Charles Town, West Virginia, at age 110.
  50. 2012: IBM announces it is on the brink of developing the world’s first quantum computer.
  51. 2013: According to Brainy History, in North Carolina, a neuroscientist at Duke University announces he has successfully connected the brains of two rats in such a way that they share information. Elsewhere, Pope Benedict XVI resigned as the pontiff.  He became the first pope since Gregory XII in 1415 to resign his post and the first to resign voluntarily since Celestine V in 1294.
  52. 2014: New Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announces plans to cut government spending and use the funds to decrease taxes on individuals and regional businesses; Italy’s unemployment rate increased 0.2 percent in January to 12.9 percent. Meanwhile, in order to protect its ‘interests,’ Moscow sends troops into the Crimea.
  53. 2015: The vice president of the African nation of Sierra Leone, Samuel Sam-Sumana, announces he is going to undergo a voluntary 21-day quarantine after one of his bodyguards dies of Ebola; although the disease is slowing, there is still good reason for the precautionary measures.
  54. 2016: In the 36th Annual Razzles Awards, the chick flick, “Fifty Shades of Gray,” wins Worst Picture Award, Worst Actor Award, and Worst Actress Award.   What a load of crap.
  55. 2018: The ‘humanitarian’ government of Rwanda shutters the doors of 700 ‘illegal churches,’ claiming they were ‘too noisy’ and that they lacked the appropriate building permits.
  56. 2019: A summit meeting between the United States’ President Donald J. Trump and the overweight dictator of North Korea- Kim Jong Un- collapses with nothing to show for it. Meanwhile, YouTube announces it will no longer permit comments on videos featuring children as pedophiles are the ones leaving most of the comments.[v]

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

00023 Calistoga Gold 16 x 20 (400)

 

This artwork is #0023 a 16” x 20” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Calistoga Gold.”  It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale.  You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page.  At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.”  Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks.  Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty.  We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work.  It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor!  You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY!  Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

 

 

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#RM01.1l The Atlantic Years 1973-1980 #12 03-06-2015 (400)

 

In 1983, Roxy Music released a ‘best of’ package entitled, “The Atlantic Years 1973-1980,” which left out “Avalon” as the band had moved to a different record company.  Still, if you have failed to get in the ground floor of the band and its memorable music, this is one hell of a way in which, to do it so we do hope you will search for it at your favorite haunt for the absolute best in rock music- you will enjoy this stunning collection.  Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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[i] “Native Son” by Richard Wright is a book every American should read.

[ii] We shared the music of the Stones beginning Tuesday, 22-March-2016 through Sunday, 28-August-2016.  This included the members’ solo projects.  We sure as heck hope you check out the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richard, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Mick Taylor.  Ronnie Wood you can find during the presentation of the Faces.  Sadly, we should have been clairvoyant and presented the music of Marianne Faithful, too.  Perhaps one day we will.

[iii] We are not sure as to when we will begin promoting the music of Electric Light Orchestra but we hope to do it soon just as we hope to do the music of Pink Floyd, Supertramp, Jethro Tull, and some other famous British rock bands.  Please remain vigilant for the day when we do.  We thank you.

[iv] Not sure as to when we will get around to doing the music of Uriah Heep but we hope to do it at the same time we promote the music of Hawkwind.  We hope you will remain alert as to the day that we do.

[v] Many civilized Americans believe we need to construct a Devil’s Island of sorts and leave the pedophiles to contend with one another.  Others believe that as the liberal Democrats continue searching for new sources of cash infusions for their campaigns, they will try to legalize this blasphemous behavior.  Shame.

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 21, 2020

YY. 2013: Scientists discover that honeybees could sense electric fields around flowers, enabling them to identify specific flowers for pollination. Meanwhile, Egypt’s government announces it will hold parliamentary elections later in the year. Finally, 83 people die and 250 suffer injuries in a series of bombings across the Syrian city of Damascus.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 21, 2020:

Maha Shivaratri (Hindu holiday)

Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels; Alice Cooper featuring Tommy Henricksen, the Grateful Dead featuring Vince Welnick, the Jackson Five, Love featuring Johnny Echols, the Monkees featuring Peter Tork, Starship featuring Cathy Richardson, Talking Heads featuring Jerry Harrison, Evangelist Billy Graham, and Uriah Heep featuring Paul Newton:

  1. 1173: Pope Alexander III canonizes Thomas Beckett archbishop of Canterbury.
  2. 1431: England commences its trial against Joan of Arc.
  3. 1613: The Russian National Assembly unanimously chooses Mikhail Romanov, age 16, to be the next czar, who, begins a dynasty that would last for three centuries until World War I and the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 toppled it.
  4. 1792: The U.S. Congress passes the Presidential Succession Act.
  5. 1795: Under the new French constitution, the people have the right to freedom of religion.
  6. 1804: In Wales, engineers demonstrated the first self-propelled locomotive on rails to an admiring public.
  7. 1842: In the United States, John Greenough receives a patent from the federal government for the first known sewing machine.
  8. 1848: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published the worst book in the history of the world, one that has caused more than 120,000,000 deaths wherever its philosophy has used, The Communist Manifesto, on this date. Currently, the two authors burn in the fiery pits of hell for their perfidy.
  9. 1857: The U.S. Congress outlaws the use of foreign currency as legal tender in the U.S.
  10. 1858: In Boston, Massachusetts, engineers installed the first electric burglar alarm.
  11. 1862: In Val Verde, New Mexico, Texas Rangers win the battle for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Elsewhere, the CSA declares the Confederate Constitution and the presidency as permanent.
  12. 1864: First U.S. Catholic Parish for blacks is dedicated in Baltimore, Maryland.
  13. 1866: Lucy B. Hobbs became the first woman to graduate from a dental school with the college being the Ohio College of Dental Surgery in Cincinnati.
  14. 1874: The Oakland Daily Tribune begins publication.
  15. 1878: The first telephone directories in the U.S. went to residents of New Haven, Connecticut—it was single page with ONLY 50 entries.
  16. 1885: The Washington Monument undergoes dedication on this date.
  17. 1887: Oregon becomes the first U.S. state to make Labor Day a holiday.
  18. 1902: Dr. Harvey Cushing, the first U.S. brain surgeon, performs his first operation.
  19. 1912: The Great Fifth Ward Fire broke out in Houston; although property losses topped $3 million, no one died in the fire.
  20. 1915: The World’s Fair opens in San Francisco, California.
  21. 1916: During World War I in France, the Battle of Verdun commenced, and it eventually ended with France beating Germany on December 18, 1916.
  22. 1922: Great Britain grants Egypt
  23. 1925: The New Yorker magazine made its debut.
  24. 1931: The stomach acid remedy, Alka Seltzer hits the market.
  25. 1940: John Louis, future U.S. Congressman from Georgia 1987-present, is born in the city of Troy.
  26. 1945: During the World War II Battle of Iwo Jima, sustained kamikaze attacks sank the escort carrier, USS Bismarck Sea, a devastation, which ultimately claimed the lives of 318 U.S. Navy sailors.
  27. 1947: Edwin H. Land publicly demonstrated his Polaroid Land Camera, which could produce black-and-white photographs in 60 seconds of taking. He did so to the Optical Society of America in New York City. Elsewhere, future lead guitarist with the Los Angeles, CA, rock band, Love[i]—Johnny Echols—was born in the USA.
  28. 1948: Future member of the British hard rock band, Uriah Heep[ii]– Paul Newton (bass/backing vocals 1969-1971)- is born on this date in the UK.
  29. 1949: Future member of the New York City rock band, Talking Heads[iii]—Jerry Harrison (guitars/keyboards)—is born on this date.
  30. 1951: Vince Welnick, future keyboardist and vocalist with both the Tubes[iv] and the Grateful Dead[v] was born on this date; after the Dead disbanded due to the death of Jerry Garcia, he formed his own band, Missing Man Formation, in honor of Garcia.
  31. 1952: Dick Button performs the first figure skating triple jump in competition.
  32. 1953: Francis Crick and James Watson discover the structure of the DNA molecule.
  33. 1964: Future member of Alice Cooper[vi]— Tommy Henricksen (guitars 2011-present)—is born on this date.
  34. 1965: Assassins identified as members of the Nation of Islam shot Black Muslim leader and civil rights activist, Malcolm X, 39, to death inside New York’s Audubon Ballroom. Many believe that the Minister Louis Farrakhan orchestrated the hit. We believe him to be the prime culprit. Three men took the rap, however, and were convicted of murder and sent to prison; all eventually were paroled.
  35. 1968: An agreement between baseball players and club owners increased the minimum salary for major league players to $10,000 per year.
  36. 1969: Future vocalist with Starship[vii] (2008-present)—Cathy Richardson—is born on this date.
  37. 1970: The Jackson Five[viii] make their television debut on “American Bandstand.”
  38. 1972: Richard Nixon becomes the first U.S. president to visit the People’s Republic of China.
  39. 1973: Israeli jets shoot down a Libyan airliner, killing 108 people aboard it. Meanwhile, the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks record their 262nd game without another team scoring a shut out on them.
  40. 1975: Former Nixon cabinet members and aides, John Mitchell, H. R. Haldeman, and John D. Ehrlichman receive sentences of 2-8 years in a federal prison.
  41. 1981: In the United Kingdom, the authorities finally catch Peter Sutcliffe, the so-called “Yorkshire Ripper,” murderer of 13 women and put him in jail.
  42. 1983: The NBA’s San Diego Clippers begin a 29-game road-losing streak.
  43. 1987: The Syrian army marches into Beirut, Lebanon.
  44. 1988: Televangelist Jimmy Swaggert confesses his sins to his congregation.
  45. 1991: The USSR announces that Iraq has accepted a peace plan it brokered; however, the U.S. calls the plan, “unacceptable.”
  46. 1992: Kristi Yamaguchi of the United States won the gold medal in ladies’ figure skating at the Albertville Olympics; Midori Ito of Japan won the silver, and Nancy Kerrigan of the U.S. won the bronze.
  47. 1995: Chicago stockbroker Steve Fossett became the first person to fly solo across the Pacific Ocean in a balloon. He landed in Leader, Saskatchewan.
  48. 2003: Bill Maher’s political talk show “Real Time with Bill Maher” debuts on HBO.
  49. 2010: The Chinese Ministry of Commerce announces foreign direct investment into China has risen for the sixth consecutive month, $8.3 billion year-on-year.
  50. 2012: European Zone finance ministers announce a second bailout for cash-strapped Greece.
  51. 2013: Scientists discover that honeybees could sense electric fields around flowers, enabling them to identify specific flowers for pollination. Meanwhile, Egypt’s government announces it will hold parliamentary elections later in the year. Finally, 83 people die and 250 suffer injuries in a series of bombings across the Syrian city of Damascus.
  52. 2014: According to Brainy History, G-20 nations discuss ending stimulus efforts in economically advanced nations while planning ways to increase global trade and employment opportunities to achieve global GDP growth.
  53. 2015: Also, according to Brainy History, Turkey sends troops to Syria to rescue 40 guards and relocate remains from the tomb of Suleiman Shah, which ISIS militants now surround; the international community recognizes the site as Turkish territory.
  54. 2016: ISIS, a member of the so-called ‘religion of peace,’ carries out suicide bombings in Homs and Damascus, killing at least 140 people.
  55. 2017: Along the coastline of Zawiya, Libya, the bodies of 87 African migrants wash ashore. They were the lucky ones as ISIS was selling other Sub-Saharan Africans as slaves in various marketplaces.
  56. 2018: Famed televangelist Billy Graham, a man who provided counseling and support to every president from Harry S. Truman to George W. Bush, passed away in his sleep at age 99.
  57. 2019: Multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Peter Tork, member of the Monkees[ix], passed away at age 77 on this date.
  58. 2020: On Fox News Channel, Democratic candidate Tom “Green Jeans” Steyer swears on the Bill Hemmer program that he ‘will be on the upcoming Tuesday night debate stage.’ He also promises that he is the only one who can defeat President Trump in November which is delusional. His fellow Democrats want him and his best bud, “Tiny Mikey” Bloomberg as much as they want anal herpes. We expect him either to drop out soon or go third party and contest for the Green Party (or Peace and Freedom Party) nomination. Meanwhile, the Democrats are claiming that ‘Russia is going to help Trump steal the 2020 Election.’ Here we go again. Question for Democrats: IF you so fear foreign involvement in U.S. presidential elections then why the f**k are you not demanding for ALL illegal aliens to be rounded up and deported immediately? Finally, it looks like the jurors in the Harvey Weinstein multiple rape trial are going to find the POS guilty. Elections have consequences, folks. Had Hillary Rodham Clinton won in 2016, Harvey would still be raping young starlets.

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING OF THE DAY:

 

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This artwork is #0016 a 20” x 24” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Evening in Red Rock Country.” It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale. You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page. At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclees, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.” Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks. Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty. We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work. It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor! You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY! Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

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ALBUM OF THE DAY AT THE AICPENDBLOG.COM:

 

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Phil Manzanera released his third solo album, “K-Scope,” in 1978, and this one is a gem. We have always enjoyed the guitarist as his style is one many listeners find unique. From the minimalist approach he uses on Roxy Music albums to full-blown efforts here where he puts his chops on display, the guitarist NEVER fails to please.  This is a delightful addition to our ever-growing collection of the greatest rock bands in the history of the world. You will enjoy it so please seek it out and add it to your record shelves, you will love it.

 

 

 

 

 

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Original Beverly Carrick Artworks, Beverly Carrick—World Famous Artist, Love, Johnny Echols, Vince Welnick, The Tubes, the Grateful Dead, Starship, Cathy Richardson, The Jackson Five, “American Bandstand”, Alice Cooper, Tommy Henricksen, Talking Heads, Jerry Harrison, Uriah Heep, Paul Newton, Just the Facts, Peter Tork, The Monkees, Phil Manzanera,

[i] We began promoting the music of Love, the famed Los Angeles, California, rock band on Wednesday, 24-October-2012 through Friday, 16-November-2012. Please seek out the music of this awesome band. This group was among the best of the 1960s.

[ii] Not sure as to when we will get around to doing the music of Uriah Heep but we hope to do it at the same time we promote the music of Hawkwind. We hope you will remain alert as to the day that we do.

[iii] Not sure as to when the AICPENDBLOG.COM will promote the music of the Talking Heads but when we do, you will also see the music of Blondie and Aerosmith shared as well. Please, keep your eyes open for the day this magnificent event occurs.

[iv] No clue as to when the music of the Tubes will occur. We will keep the readership posted.

[v] We began promoting the music of the Grateful Dead- including Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Phil Lesh- beginning on Tuesday, 30-August-2011 through Wednesday, 11-January-2012. Then, we did a second series featuring more albums by this fabled San Francisco band beginning on Friday, 09-August-2013 through Monday, 19-August-2013. At some point, we will have to do a third series as the music from this band never ends. Please, seek them out and consider adding them to your collection.

[vi] We hope to offer the music of Alice Cooper one day so please keep posted until we do. We think you will appreciate them, especially the original band.

[vii] We promoted the music of the Jefferson Airplane, the Jefferson Starship, Starship, and of the various bands’ members beginning on Tuesday, 05-April-2011 through Sunday, 22-May-2011. Please look for them and enjoy.

[viii] We expect to present the music of the Jackson Five and Michael Jackson sometime in 2025-2026 so please stay tuned for future developments.

[ix] Not sure when we will begin presenting the music of this famed American band- the Monkees- but when we do, we also do the solo catalogs of Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork. Please stay tuned for more information.

 

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