This Weekend In History…

The Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe October 7, 1849 The 40-year-old American poet and horror writer Edgar Allan Poe dies mysteriously in a Baltimore hospital. His cause of death is still a mystery. He was found delirious wandering the streets of Baltimore, Maryland wearing someone else’s clothes and was taken to a hospital where he died…

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James Bond – Dr. No October 6, 1962 Dr. No, first in the James Bond series, makes its world premiere in London. It starred Sean Connery as 007.It was based on the 1958 novel by Ian Fleming. Produced on a budget of $1.1 million, it took in over $59 million at the box office.Connery wasn’t the first choice…

Dad Joke Of The Day!

I got fired from my job at the bank yesterday…a woman came in and asked me to check her balance, so I pushed her over…

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“Grizzly Man” Comes to a Grizzly End October 5, 2003 American environmentalist Timothy Treadwell, known as the “Grizzly Man,” and his girlfriend are killed and eaten by a bear while camping among the grizzlies. He had lived among the grizzly bears of Katmai National Park in Alaska for 13 summers. This was the first fatal bear…

Dad Joke Of The Day!

What do you call a person with a briefcase sitting in a tree? A branch manager!

This Weekend In History…

James Dean Killed in Car Crash September 30, 1955 The 24-year-old actor James Dean is killed when his speeding Porsche crashes into another vehicle. He had recently filmed a public service announcement on the dangers of speeding stating, “The life you might save might be mine.” Me and Bobby McGee October 1, 1970 Janis Joplin finishes recording her…

Dad Joke Of The Day!

Which rock group has four guys who can’t sing or play instruments?Mount Rushmore!

Dad Joke Of The Day!

Where do you take someone who’s been injured in a Peek-A-Boo accident? To the I.C.U.!

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Warren Commission Report September 27, 1964 The controversial Warren Commission Report is made public. It concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. It also concluded that Jack Ruby also acted alone when he killed Oswald two days later.