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DAY ONE-HUNDRED-AND-TWELVE OF THE BIDEN REGIME
131. TODAY IN HISTORY—TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2021:
Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks; U.S. Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer; Floyd Patterson; the Allman Brothers Band featuring Butch Trucks, Bob Marley, Eric Burdon and the Animals, Foreigner featuring Ed Gagliardi, the Jimi Hendrix Experience featuring Noel Redding, John Lennon, “Rikki Don’t Lose that Number” by Steely Dan, and UFO featuring Neil Carter:
- 330 Sunday: Constantinople (Byzantium) becomes the capital of the Roman Empire.
- 1189 Thursday: Emperor Frederik I Barbarossa and 100,000 Crusaders depart Regensburg, Germany for the East.
- 1310 Sunday: Accused of the hideous crime of heresy, church officials send 54 members of the Knights Templar to meet their end burned at the stake.
- 1421 Friday: The city of Styria, Austria, expels its Jewish population.
- 1502 Sunday: Christopher Columbus begins his fourth and final trip to the New World.
- 1647 Saturday: Peter Stuyvesant arrived in New Amsterdam to become governor of New Netherland.
- 1812 Monday: Dancers introduce the waltz into English ballrooms; according to Brainy History, ‘most observers considered it disgusting and immoral—no wonder it caught on!’
- 1852 Tuesday: Future 26th vice president of the United States—Republican, Charles W. Fairbanks—is born in Unionville Center, Ohio, on this date. He served 03-04-1905-to 03-04-1909 under President Theodore Roosevelt.
- 1858 Tuesday: Minnesota became the 32nd state of the Union.
- 1862 Sunday: During the Civil War, the crew of the Confederate Ironclad CSS Virginia scuttles her off Craney Island, Virginia, to prevent it from falling into Union hands.
- 1864 Wednesday: At the Battle of Yellow Tavern, Virginia, General J. E. B. Stuart suffers a mortal wound.
- 1865 Thursday: Brigadier General Meriwether Jeff Thompson, Confederate States of America, surrenders his forces to Union troops at Jacksonport, Arkansas, one of the final Rebel officers of the Civil War to hand over his sword.
- 1888 Friday: Songwriter Irving Berlin was born Israel Baline in Temun, Russia.
- 1889 Saturday: Major Joseph Washington Wham takes charge of $28,000 in gold and silver to pay troops at various points in the Arizona Territory. However, train robbers stole the precious metals and absconded with them, never seen or heard from again.
- 1891 Monday: The future Czar Nicholas II of Russia- Prince Nicholas- while on a state visit to Japan survives an assassination attempt, known as the Otsu Scandal.
- 1900 Friday: In the 23rd round of their heavyweight-boxing match, James J. Jeffries knocks out John J. Corbett.
- 1904 Wednesday: American industrialist Andrew Carnegie donates $1.5 million in an anti-war effort to fund the building of the Peace Palace at the Hague.
- 1910 Wednesday: Glacier National Park underwent establishment in Montana on this date.
- 1921 Wednesday: Tel Aviv becomes the first ALL-Jewish municipality.
- 1927 Wednesday: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences undergoes founding during a banquet at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, California.
- 1934 Friday: A severe two-day dust storm stripped the topsoil from the Great Plains of the United States and created a “Dust Bowl.” This storm became one of many that would lead to the exodus out of the Midwest to other parts of the country, most notably California.
- 1935 Saturday: The Rural Electrification Administration undergoes creation as one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal Programs.
- 1936 Monday: The nation’s 50th U.S. Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer dies at age 64. A Democrat, he served under President Woodrow Wilson from 03-05-1919 to 03-04-1921.
- 1941 Sunday: Eric Burdon, future lead vocalist with both the Animals[i] and War[ii] was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, on this date.
- 1943 Tuesday: During World War II, U.S. forces landed on the Aleutian Island of Attu, which the Japanese had taken control of; the Americans took the island 19 days later. Meanwhile, in Tunisia, the Herman Goering Division surrenders to the Allies.
- 1944 Thursday: During World War II, Allied forces launched a major offensive against Axis lines in Italy.
- 1947 Sunday: Butch Trucks—future drummer with the Allman Brothers Band[iii]—is born in Jacksonville, Florida, on this date. Elsewhere, B.F. Goodrich Company announced the creation of the tubeless tire.
- 1949 Wednesday: By a vote of 37-12, Israel becomes the 59th member of the United Nations. Elsewhere, Siam changed its name to Thailand.
- 1950 Thursday: President Harry S. Truman formally dedicated the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington State.
- 1953 Monday: A tornado devastated Waco, Texas, claiming 114 lives.
- 1954 Tuesday: In Bedfont, Middlesex, England, future keyboardist with the British rock band, UFO[iv]– Neil Carter- is born. He would play with the group from 1981 to 1983.
- 1960 Wednesday: Israeli agents captured Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- 1963 Saturday: White extremists begin bombings against black citizens in Birmingham, Alabama.
- 1968 Saturday: In the National Hockey League Stanley Cup Finals, the Montreal Canadiens sweep the St. Louis Blues in four games.
- 1972 Thursday: In the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, the Boston Bruins beat the New York Rangers 4 games to 2. Elsewhere, John Lennon[v] tells the host of “The Dick Cavett Show” that the FBI is tapping his phones.
- 1973 Friday: The espionage trial of Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo in the “Pentagon Papers” case came to an end as Judge William M. Byrne dismissed all charges, citing government misconduct.
- 1974 Saturday: Steely Dan[vi] releases their biggest single to date, “Rikki Don’t Lose that Number,” a monster tune if ever one existed.
- 1981 Monday: Legendary reggae artist Bob Marley[vii] died in a Miami hospital at age 36. The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical “Cats” opened in London, England.
- 1984 Friday: Fighting as a middleweight, Sugar Ray Leonard improves his record to 33-1 after scoring a TKO over Kevin Howard at 2:27 of the 9th round of a 10-round bout.
- 1985 Saturday: 56 people died when a flash fire swept a packed soccer stadium in Bradford, England.
- 1987 Monday: Doctors in Baltimore transplanted the heart and lungs of an auto accident victim to a patient who gave up his own heart to another recipient. Clinton House, the nation’s first living heart donor, died 14 months later.
- 1989 Thursday: President George H. W. Bush orders 2,000 U.S. troops into Panama. Meanwhile, the final first-run episode of “Dynasty” aired on ABC-TV.
- 1994 Wednesday: Arkansas put to death convicted murderer Jonas Whitmore and Edward Charles Pickens; it was the first time a state executed two people on the same day since the Supreme Court let states restored the death penalty in 1976.
- 1995 Thursday: In New York City, more than 170 countries decide to extend the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty indefinitely and without conditions.
- 1996 Saturday: An Atlanta-bound ValuJet DC-9 caught fire shortly after takeoff from Miami and crashed into the Florida Everglades, killing all 110 people aboard.
- 1997 Sunday: Garry Kasparov, world chess champion, lost his first ever, multigame match. He lost to the IBM-created chess computer, Deep Blue. This was the first time in the history of the game that a computer beat a world-class champion chess player.
- 1998 Monday: India set off three underground atomic blasts, its first nuclear tests in 24 years. Elsewhere, a French mint produced the first coins of Europe’s single currency, the euro, on this date.
- 2003 Sunday: The United States declared Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein’s Baath Party dead. Meanwhile, elsewhere in the world, Lithuania became the first ex-Soviet republic to approve entry into the European Union as voters completed a weekend referendum. Finally, Noel Redding, original bass player with the Jimi Hendrix Experience[viii] as well as Fat Mattress, Road, the Noel Redding Band, and later with Mountain[ix] died at age 57 in Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland, due to complications of cirrhosis of the liver.
- 2004 Tuesday: A grisly video on an al-Qaida-linked website showed the beheading of businessperson Nick Berg, an American who jihadists kidnapped in Iraq. Meanwhile, NBA star Kobe Bryant pleaded not guilty in a Colorado court to a rape charge. However, prosecutors later dropped the charges.
- 2006 Thursday: Lawmakers demanded answers after a USA Today report that the National Security Agency was secretly collecting records of millions of ordinary Americans phone calls; President George W. Bush sought to assure Americans their civil liberties were being “fiercely protected.” Meanwhile, famed heavyweight champion boxer Floyd Patterson died in New Paltz, N.Y. on this date at age 71 from complications associated with prostate cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. His professional career featured 64 pro bouts with a record of 55 wins (40 by KO), 8 losses, and 1 draw.
- 2009 Monday: President Obama fired the top U.S. general in Afghanistan, replacing General David McKiernan with Lt. General Stanley McChrystal. Meanwhile, five U.S. troops were shot and killed at a mental health clinic on a Baghdad base; the shooter, Sgt. John Russell, was later sentenced to life without parole. Elsewhere, the space shuttle Atlantis blasted off on a mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.
- 2010 Tuesday: Due to the blowout of the Deepwater Horizon BP Oil drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico, oil begins hitting sensitive wetlands across the area. The Obama Administration appoints Admiral Thad Allan to manage the Federal government’s response to the disaster. Elsewhere, Conservative leader David Cameron, at age 43, became Britain’s youngest prime minister in almost 200 years after Gordon Brown stepped down and ended 13 years of Labour government.
- 2013 Saturday: Cairo, Egypt conducts a retrial of its former President Hosni Mubarak over his alleged role and complicity in the deaths of protestors during the 2011 Egyptian revolution.
- 2014 Sunday: Edward John “Ed” Gagliardi, bassist with the British-American rock band, Foreigner[x], lost his battle with cancer in New York City; he was age 62. Elsewhere, pro-Russian insurgents in eastern Ukraine said voters overwhelmingly favored sovereignty in balloting that the Ukraine central government and the West denounced as a load of crap, crap caused by Vladimir Putin.
- 2015 Monday: At Christies Auction House in New York City, Pablo Picasso’s “The Women of Algiers” (Version ‘O’) sets the record for an artwork at auction, bringing in $179.3 million U.S. Wow.
- 2016 Wednesday: Brazilian politics continue being problematic for the people as the senate votes to suspend President Dilma Rousseff and to put her on trial for financial shenanigans damaging to the nation. She was manipulating the budget for her own personal gain- or so they say.
- 2017 Thursday: Iraqi military authorities announce that within days, the Battle for Mosul will end and that the ISIS defenders clinging to positions within the historic city will be decimated. God bless you guys!
- 2018 Friday: According to On This Day, at Margaret River in Australia, a grandfather shoots six members of his family and then takes his own life.
- 2019 Saturday: According to the Mauna Loa Observatory on the Big Island of Hawaii report that carbon dioxide levels in the earth’s atmosphere- at 415 parts per million- surpass levels not seen in 3 million years. What they don’t tell you is that the Sun is the driving force for climate throughout the Solar System- on planets possessing climates- through solar flares, sunspots, and the solar wind. Take this information with a grain of salt.
- 2020 Monday: The Chi-Vi, aka the ‘VID, has claimed the lives of more than 80,000 people in the United States while the Chi-Coms admit to new ‘clusters’ of the disease they created in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Still, they are going to reopen the Shanghai Disneyland (what a disgrace for Disney to be in a communist country) but social distancing will be required. Elsewhere, Major League Baseball owners held a meeting and have come to an agreement that the MLB 2020 Season can start sometime in July due to the Xi Jinping Bat Flu running amok around the country.
- 2021 Tuesday: You know the drill…
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ALBUM OF THE DAY AT THE AICPENDBLOG.COM:
Badfinger featuring Tom Evans (bass and vocals) and Joey Molland (guitars, pianos, and vocals) recruited new members Tony Kaye (keyboards), Glenn Sherba (guitars), and Richard Bryans (drums) and on January 17, 1981, released their next album, “Say No More.” Say what you will about this eclectic power-pop band, over the years they created some wonderful music although most of the members were afflicted with personal tragedies. The loss of Pete Ham to suicide always cast a dark pall over the group as would the upcoming suicide of Tom Evans. This band could have been one of the all-time greats but beginning with their mistreatment at Apple Records through various managers and a Yoko Ono-like wife and one can see as to why their glorious musical future that might have been instead became very dark and morose. Still, this album is an excellent one and we hope that everyone will seek it out and add it to their collections
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TODAY IN HISTORY, TUESDAY MAY 11, 2021 #3,910
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Tuesday, May 11, 2021:
[i] We began presenting the music of the Animals, of Eric Burdon and the Animals, of Eric Burdon, Eric Burdon and War, and War beginning on Monday, 08-June-2015 and the presentation ran through Sunday, 02-August-2015. We hope you will seek them out and consider making them a part of your listening pleasure.
[ii] See previous footnote.
[iii] We look forward to presenting the music of the Allman Brothers Band as well as of the individual members and expect to do it sometime after we conclude the rest of the notable British bands first.
[iv] We began offering the music of UFO and its various members’ solo efforts beginning on January 11, 2021 through Sunday, May 02, 2021. We hope you will seek out the music of this amazing band.
[v] 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.
[vi] We look forward to doing the music of Steely Dan at some point within the next 10-15 years. Please stay with us.
[vii] Not sure when we will promote the music of either Bob or his son, Ziggy, Marley but we hope to do so at some point within the next 10-15 years.
[viii] We promoted the music of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and of Jimi Hendrix, beginning on Sunday, 22-December-2013 through Thursday, 16-January-2014. Look for them and add them to your collection.
[ix] We began promoting the music of Mountain beginning on Friday, 14-December-2012 through Sunday, 20-January-2013. This also included West, Bruce & Laing but sadly, we overlooked Leslie West’s solo career so please stay tuned for his discography sometime in the next 8-12 years.
[x] We definitely look forward to promoting the music of Foreigner one of these days, perhaps in 2020?
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