Lost and Found – October 9th Edition

What to remember about October 9th…

  • 1635  Religious dissident Roger Williams is banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony; he and his followers go on to found Rhode Island and the 1st Baptist church in America
  • 1701  Collegiate School of Connecticut is chartered in Old Saybrook; later renamed later as Yale University
  • 1888  Washington Monument opens to the public for the 1st time; construction began in 1848
  • 1936  Hoover Dam begins generating electricity for California
  • 1967  Communist rebel and murderer Ernesto “Che” Guevara de la Serna is executed by the Bolivian army
  • 2001  Second mailing of letters in the Anthrax Attacks
  • 2009  Awards committee announces that President Barack Hussein Obama has won the Nobel Peace Prize

UPDATE:  Due to popular demand, the above pic is now available as a shirt, hat, or button to make it easier to torment the commie-loving hipsters in your life.  Go to cafepress.com to check it out.

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