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GhostDancer last won the day on October 10 2015

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  1. On this day in 1908, Nicholas Kurti was born. This Hungarian-born British physicist, who loved cooking, advocated applying scientific knowledge to the kitchen and coined the term "molecular gastronomy."
  2. Not all heroes wear capes. On this date in 1842, Danish botanist Emil Christian Hansen was born. He developed new sanitary methods to culture yeast and refused to patent the method, but instead made it available for free to other brewers. Cheers!
  3. 1958- The Battle of Hayes Pond or Maxton Riot was an armed confrontation between members of the Ku Klux Klan and the Lumbee Native Americans at a Klan rally near Maxton, North Carolina, on the night of January 18, 1958. Grand Dragon James W. "Catfish" Cole was the organizer of the Klan rally. Wikipedia Location: Maxton, NC Resulted in: Lumbee victory; Klan ceases activity in area Arrested: 1 Klansman arrested by police https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lumbee#/media/File%3ALumbee_Tribe_of_North_Car
  4. I just sent Mr. Bennie another note. Keep it up, please. 😍
  5. Scott Ruggles, my first acquaintance with you and Scott Bennie is a bit like yours, given that my Secret Identity is Will "Suffice" Geiger.
  6. I know little about Mr. Bennie's health. He publicly stated he's had several falls, and he suffers anxiety and depression in a continuing care facility, where service is not always up to par. He has other health issues that I am not familiar with.
  7. YOU’VE GOT MAIL! You’ve Got Mail is an email greeting service for patients at Abbotsford Regional Hospital. Provided by: The ARH Volunteer Resources Department Thank you for using the “You've Got Mail!” service at Abbotsford Regional Hospital. This program is designed for well wishes only. All messages are received and handled confidentially. Please note: This auto reply does not confirm the delivery of your greeting and does not confirm the presence of the intended recipient at ARH. Important: All email greetings must contain the full legal name of t
  8. From: Sean Patrick Fannon For those among my friends and followers who know Scott Bennie - or who know his work - I have the difficult news that he has been hospitalized and undergone surgery. I do not know what his current condition is, but according to his sister, he is undergoing significant rehab. He has no access to a computer or the Internet and is very much cut off. As I understand it, you can send him an email address to the following address, using the following information to ensure a message is hand-delivered to him by the Volunteer Resource team. This will be the only w
  9. In the comics, Iron Fist often struck two goons simultaneously. As such, I would build him with 2 Penalty Skill Levels with K'un Lun Kung Fu. He could use these levels to decrease his OCV and/or DCV penalty for certain Sweep Attacks, or decrease the penalty for a called shot. For example: Iron Fist has learned that Shu-Hu ("Lightning") is superhumanly tough. Therefore, he gathers his chi. His fist glows. He uses a high shot strike with both PSLs* to reduce the hit location penalty to zero. *Pumpkin Spice Lattes
  10. Is Ah Sahm the northeast U.S. pronunciation of "awesome"?
  11. 1965, Lost in Space debuted. https://linksharing.samsungcloud.com/6WZiTFHzmPei
  12. August 20, 1920 when WWJ first went on the air, becoming the first radio station in the world to broadcast regularly scheduled daily programs. Then owned and operated by The Detroit News, the station began broadcasting under experimental license with the call letters 8MK, later changing to WBL and finally to WWJ. The first broadcast went on the air at 8:15 p.m. in a makeshift “radio phone room” on the second floor of the Detroit News Building. Using a borrowed phonograph from the Edison Shop, Howard Trumbo, manager of the shop, placed a record on a turntable and waited for the signal to spin i
  13. Repost: in memory of Tom Tyler, aka Vincent Markowski, of Hamtramck, Michigan, whose birthday was today, 1903. His family was Lithuanian. One of his film roles was the World's Mightiest Mortal, Captain Marvel, widely regarded as one of the finest serials ever produced. He also starred as The Phantom, and appeared in more than 150 movies. A champion weightlifter, he qualified for the 1928 Olympics, the same year that he won the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) heavyweight weightlifting championship, lifting 760 pounds (340 kg)—a record that stood for fourteen years. Tom developed a rare disease, sc
  14. 1936 – Summer Olympic Games: Games of the XI Olympiad: Jesse Owens wins his fourth gold medal at the games.
  15. On this day August 6 Mushroom cloud over Hiroshima after the Little Boy explosion 1777 – The Battle of Oriskany, one of the bloodiest battles of the American Revolutionary War, was fought about 6 mi (10 km) east of Fort Stanwix, New York. 1945 – World War II: The U.S. Army Air Force bomber Enola Gay dropped the Little Boy atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan (mushroom cloud pictured), killing about 70,000 people instantly. 1996 – A team of researchers announced that the meteorite ALH84001, discovered in the Allan Hills of Antarctica, may
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