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Started by Brother Mythos, December 09, 2023, 11:09:47 AM

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April 6, 1963 - The Kingsmen Recorded Their Cover of "Louie Louie"

American Songwriter magazine, whatever that is, wrote about this song, "It might be the best-known rock song of all time. It might be the most important rock song of all time." And, the Kingsmen's cover is by far its best-known version.

"Louie Louie" has been covered by literally thousands of noted artists. It inspired International Louie Louie Day, in honor of its writer, Richard Berry. And, it inspired the infamous Louie Louie Parade held annually in Philadelphia, until it was eventually canceled due to "excessive rowdiness."

The Establishment of the 1960s really freaked-out over "Louie Louie" being played on the radio. J. Edgar Hoover actually assigned FBI agents to follow the Kingsmen around from performance to performance, to investigate suspected obscenities in the song's lyrics. Now, that in itself was truly indicative of just how popular and influential this song was to ultimately become.

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April 17, 1938 - Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst a.k.a. Kerry Wendell Thornley Was Born

The exalted co-founder of Discordianism, was a revered member of the infamous 1960s Counterculture.

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April 23, 2020 - TFG Told the World to Inject "Bleach" and "Insert" UV Lights in Our Bodies to Fight COVID-19

I had totally forgotten about TFG's legendary medical cure speech until I read this article this morning:

"Happy 'Inject Bleach To Fight Covid' Day!"

Here's the link to this article:      TFG's COVID-19 Medical Cure Disseminated

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April 30, 2011 - Obama made fun of TFG at the White House Correspondents' Dinner

President Obama thus confirmed that some people just can't take a joke.

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May 1, 1776 - The Ancient Illuminated Seers of Bavaria (A.I.S.B.) Was Reformed

Brother Spartacus thus continued the world's oldest and most successful conspiracy, in Ingolstadt, Electorate of Bavaria.

And, of course, it is only the merest of coincidences that the U.S. of A. declared independence that same year, and that International Workers' Day is also celebrated on May 1st.

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May 11, 1997 - Deep Blue Beat World Champion Chess Grand Master Garry Kasparov

Kasparov resigns after 19 moves in a game against Deep Blue, a chess-playing computer developed by scientists at IBM. This was the sixth and final game of their match, which Kasparov lost two games to one, with three draws.

AI has come a long way against MBI (Meat-based Intelligence) since 1997.

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May 21, 1941 - Malaclypse the Younger, a.k.a. Mal-2, and Gregory H. Hill Was Born

Our Lady of Discord personally inspired the author of our sacred Principia Discordia, the other exalted co-founder of Discordianism, who was also a revered member of the infamous 1960s Counterculture.

Hail Eris!

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May 29, 1953 - First Confirmed Successful Ascent and Decent of Mount Everest

Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first confirmed humans to stand on the highest point of planet Earth, and return to tell about it.

The peak of Mount Everest has since become a high priced tourist attraction, high altitude graveyard, and a garbage dump. But, that first successful ascent was looked upon as an act of exploration.

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May 30, 2024 - First Time a U.S. President Was Convicted of Committing Felonies

TSF, a former U.S. president, was convicted of committing thirty-four (34) felonies in New York, New York. These felonies were committed to cover up hush money payments to both a porn star and a Playboy model prior to the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

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June 17, 1972 - The Watergate Break-in

In a case of Republicans just being Republicans, minions of the Nixon administration burglarized the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee. And, of course, 'Tricky Dick' Nixon, the sitting Republican POTUS at the time, did his best to cover it up.

But, fear not! The Republican Party has learned a thing or two from its past mistakes. Since then, they have closed ranks, and pack the courts with even more of their 'party over country' believing minions. And so, the possibility of a future Republican president ever being forced from office for committing mere felonies has been put to rest.