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Thursday, June 23, 2016

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Today in History

William Penn signs a friendship treaty with the Lenni Lenape Indians in Pennsylvania.
Russia gives up its Black Sea fleet as part of a truce with the Ottoman Empire.
British and Hanoverian armies defeat the French at Krefeld in Germany.
Austrian forces defeat the Prussians at Landshut, Germany.
A bloody insurrection of workers erupts in Paris.
The U.S. Secret Service is created to arrest counterfeiters and protect the president.
Confederate forces overwhelm a Union garrison at the Battle of Brashear City in Louisiana.
Confederate General Stand Watie surrenders his army at Fort Towson, in the Oklahoma Territory.
A Chinese Army defeats the French at Bac Le, Indochina.
Former general and pretender Ulysses S. Grant dies at the age of 63.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy renew the Triple Alliance for a 12-year duration.
Italy gains the right to colonize Albania after defeating the country.
In one of the largest air strikes of the war, the U.S. Fifteenth Air Force sends 761 bombers against the oil refineries at Ploesti, Romania.
Soviet U.N. delegate Jacob Malik proposes cease-fire discussions in the Korean War.
The U.S. Air Force bombs power plants on Yalu River, Korea.
Henry Cabot Lodge resigns as the U.S. envoy to Vietnam and is succeeded by Maxwell Taylor.
Civil Rights marchers in Mississippi are dispersed by tear gas.

Ohio girl whose state title was given to a boy invited to national event — thanks to the Internet

Shania Clifford was the first girl to win her state’s masonry competition and hoped to test her abilities at the SkillsUSA national competition — but she saw a Facebook post by the third-prize winner announcing that he would go instead.

How what you eat affects your brain

Burger King’s new ‘Mac ‘n Cheetos’ sticks leave the world gasping in horror

Every year, fast food companies push the limits of what human beings will willingly eat, but Burger King’s new “Mac ‘n’ Cheetos” snack might put humanity’s appetite for junk food to the ultimate test.

The Ultimate Guide to Dumpster Diving

Why stress is more likely to cause depression in men than in women

North Carolina school district embraces transgender rights

North Carolina school district embraces transgender rights
In a big FU to the teabagging wingnut moron McCrony, Charlotte/Mecklenburg Schools says NO to discrimination!

Insane Lunatic Creationist Ken Ham makes unmarried Noah's Ark employees sign chastity vows before hiring them

That is why NOBODY will work there.

How scientists found a link between being in the closet and being homophobic

New Film Takes You on a Psychedelic 'Trip' to Meet Psychonauts Around the World

Underage Sex Scandal Explodes at Oakland Police Department and Mayor Fires Succession of Interim Chiefs

Americans Are the Most Unhappy Parents Among Developed Countries

Your Car’s Exhaust Could Be Hurting Children’s Mental Health

How Big Pharma is buying influence with doctors

Rape victim flees naked into store screaming for help — but workers tell her to leave

A woman who ran naked into the street screaming for help in Lawrence, Massachusetts said no one would come to her aid.

69-year-old Florida man riddles woman’s home with bullets after she refuses to have sex with him

Deputies said that Sparber fired dozens of gunshots to gain entry to the house, but the woman turned out not to be home at the time.

Pastor Who Prayed For Deaths Of Orlando Survivors Just Got Kicked Out Of His Building

Sweet schadenfreude!

Bicycle-riding man arrested for stealing a large amount of country sausage

A man from Goldsboro, North Carolina, was arrested on Saturday night after being stopped while pedaling away with a large amount of allegedly stolen country sausage.
According to police, officers attempted to make contact with a man seen riding a biycle and carrying a large bag. That man, Roger Raynor, 55, was arrested at approximately 11:50pm.
Officers found that he was in possession of a large amount of frozen Neese’s Country Sausage. Police said Raynor stole the meat from the business, which is located nearby to where he was apprehended. Officers responded to the business and found that vehicles had been broken in to.
Raynor has been charged with four counts of felony breaking and entering a motor vehicle; one count of misdemeanor resist, delay, obstruct; one count of misdemeanor larceny; and one count of misdemeanor first-degree trespassing. He was booked into the Wayne County Jail under a $9,500 secured bond.

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