I had to do some homework, research really, because it’s important that all this stuff meshes together. And really quite frankly, I can type anything in here that I want knowing that you’ll never really read it. Except maybe hotspur; that fucker is always looking to bust on typos and grammer and wahtnot.
A little music to set the mood for today’s beauty, you go click and enjoy!
Her bra size is said to be 102ZZZ, and each of her breasts weigh around 56 pounds. Her stage name is a word-play on the phrase “enormous tits”. Please give a one-handed welcome to our Big Brown Beefy Big Boob Friday model, Annie Hawkins-Turner, better known by the pseudonym Norma Stitz!
Hands on your pencils, people, it’s time for some learnin':
- 1620 – The Pilgrims left on the Mayflower from Plymouth, England to settle in the New World.
- 1837 – The Oberlin Collegiate Institute of Ohio went co-educational.
- 1876 – The Southern Pacific rail line from Los Angeles to San Francisco was completed.
- 1899 – Carnation processed its first can of evaporated milk.
- 1909 – Robert Peary, American explorer, sent word that he had reached the North Pole. He had reached his goal five months earlier.
- 1943 – The youngest player to appear in an American League baseball game was pitcher Carl Scheib of the Philadelphia Athletics. Scheib was 16 years, eight months and five days old.
- 1944 – During World War II, the British government relaxed blackout restrictions and suspended compulsory training for the Home Guard.
- 1948 – Queen Juliana of the Netherlands was crowned.
- 1952 – In Montreal, Canadian television began broadcasting.
- 1959 – The first Barbie Doll was sold by Mattel Toy Corporation.
- 1975 – Martina Navratilova requested political asylum while in New York for the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament.
- 1978 – James Wickwire and Louis Reichardt reached the top of the world’s second largest mountain, Pakistan’s K-2. They were the first Americans to reach the summit.
- 1991 – The State Council of the Soviet Union recognized the independence of the Baltic states.
- 1995 – U.S. Senator Bob Packwood was expelled by the Senate Ethics Committee.
- 1996 – Eddie Murray (Baltimore Orioles) hit his 500th career home run during a game against the Detroit Tigers. He was only the third person to have at least 3,000 hits and 500 home runs.
- 2000 – The U.N. Millennium Summit began in New York. It was the largest gathering of world leaders in history with more than 150 present.
- 2002 – At the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibition “George Catlin and His Indian Gallery” went on view. The exhibit contained over 400 objects.
Please put that soiled sock in the hamper when you’re done.
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