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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

The Daily Drift

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Today in History


The Theresian Military Academy is founded in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.
George Washington dies on his Mount Vernon estate.
Alabama is admitted as the 22nd state, making 11 slave states and 11 free states.
Prince Albert of England, one of the Union’s strongest advocates, dies.
Confederate General James Longstreet attacks Union troops at Bean’s Station, Tenn.
Max Planck presents the quantum theory at the Physics Society in Berlin.
The first U1 submarine is brought into service in Germany.
The first truly representative Turkish Parliament opens.
The Labor Conference in Pittsburgh ends with a “declaration of war” on U.S. Steel.
Ronald Amundsen and four others discover the South Pole.
The League of Nations creates a credit system to aid Europe.
The League of Nations drops the Soviet Union from its membership.
German Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel orders the construction of defensive positions along the European coastline.
The United Nations adopt a disarmament resolution prohibiting the A-Bomb.
Bulgarian ex-Premier Traicho Kostov is sentenced to die for treason in Sofia.
A U.S. Boeing B-52 bomber sets a 10,000-mile non-stop record without refueling.
NATO warns the Soviets to stay out of the internal affairs of Poland, saying that intervention would effectively destroy the détente between the East and West.
Israel’s Knesset passes the Golan Heights Law, extending Israeli law to the Golan Heights area.
Construction begins on China’s Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River.
The Dayton Agreement is signed in Paris establishing a general framework for ending the Bosnian War between Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Tens of thousands die as a result of flash floods caused by torrential rains in Vargas, Venezuela.
Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan, narrowly escapes an assassination attempt.
The Millau Viaduct, the world’s tallest bridge, official opens near Millau, France.
Iraqi broadcast journalist Muntadhar al-Zaidi throws his shoes at US President George W. Bush during a press conference in Baghdad.
At Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, Conn., 20 children and six adults are shot to death by a 20-year-old gunman who then commits suicide.

Can Your Back Handle This Bizarre New Kids’ Toy?

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Can Your Back Handle This Bizarre New Kids’ Toy?
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Women Share the Weirdest Ways They've Been Asked Out

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6 Women Share the Weirdest Ways They've Been Asked Out
"I dialed the wrong number and he picked up."

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Bernie Sanders convinces a Dumbass Trump voter she voted for the wrong person

Watch Bernie Sanders convince a Dumbass Trump voter she voted for the wrong person — in less than 2 minutes

Why Do People Fall for Fake News?

Racist Banned For Life

After she was refused entry and barred from a club called The Loft for being too drunk, 44-year-old Deborah Smith went on a racist Facebook rant about the man who would not allow her to enter.

The More Accurate Term for 'Extremist' We Should All Consider Adopting

Will America Wake up to Outsourcing, Corporate Bribes and Stock Buybacks?

Amazon under fire after staff found ‘camping’ near site ‘to make ends meet’

The company attracted controversy last month after local activists claimed that agency workers are working up to 60 hours per week for little more than the minimum wage.

Texas Pastor Angers Parents, Tells Children That Santa Isn’t Real While Trying To Indoctrinate Them At A Mall

Texas Pastor Angers Parents, Tells Children That Santa Isn’t Real While Trying To Indoctrinate Them At A Mall
Religio-wingnut pastors are the ones really waging war on Xmas.

More Random Photos

Family tried to help wealthy man cover up brutal rape and murder of 7-year-old refugee

Protests erupted last week in the poor neighborhood of Bogotá, Colombia over the brutal rape and murder of a seven-year-old indigenous girl in a country where as many as 40 children are sexually abused every day.

Couple arrested for ‘worst case of child abuse’ after nurses found maggots in daughter’s genitalia

They told police that they were “new parents” with little experience caring for babies.

Bald Guy Busted For Running Rogaine Theft Ring

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Bald Guy Busted For Running Rogaine Theft Ring
Keeping your hair isn’t worth the prison time

How We Can Actually Do Something Useful About the Opiate Overdose Epidemic

In this new era for marijuana, let's examine its medical uses

'Magic Mushroom' Drug Eases Cancer Patient Anxiety

Animal Pictures