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On this date in history:  1968
Candidate for President, Robert F. Kennedy was shot at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles by Sirhan Sirhan. He died the next day.



Who sang the Battle Hymn of the Republic at Robert F. Kennedy's Funeral?
a.  Rosemary Clooney
b.  Frank Sinatra
c.  Andy Williams
*answer below

Julia Ward Howe wrote the lyrics to the Battle Hymn of the Republic and it was first published in 1862.  Here she is at the age of 89.

Song for the Day:

Today's Cliche:

                   Have a nice day!

*c. Andy Williams



Shoe on the Wall

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WACKY WEDNESDAY ...

Quote for the Day:

“It all began with a shoe on the wall. A shoe on the wall 

shouldn't be there at all.” 




Song for the Day:


Did you know?   
May 22 is National Maritime Day. 

Observed on May 22, the date that the American steamship 

Savannah set sail from Savannah, Georgia on the first ever 

transoceanic voyage under steam power. The holiday was 

created by the United States Congress on May 20, 1933.


This week is also National Safe Boating Week.


Woah there ... maybe someone needs to take a safe boating course!


Today's Cliche:


Fun Fact:
ToTo was paid $125 per week
during the filming of
The Wizard of Oz.




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On this date in History:  1862

US Department of Agriculture was established.

Birthday Pick:  1905
Actor Joseph Cotton

Died on this Date:  2003
June Carter Cash

Song for the Day:

Today's Cliche:

Today's Quote:

Success is having to worry about every damn thing in the world, except money.


JOHNNY CASH

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Today's Birthday Pick:
American Treasure Johnny Cash was born on this date in 1932

Did you know???
He was given the name "J.R." because his parents Ray Cash and Carrie Cash couldn't agree on a name, only on initials. He adopted "John R. Cash" when he joined the Air Force, which did not accept initials.
Once had his truck catch on fire and burn down half of a national forest, when the judge asked him why he did it, he said, "I didn't do it, my truck did, and it's dead."
His album "Bitter Tears" contains original songs told from the viewpoint of Native Americans.
He suffered from a fear of flying and snakes.
His older brother (the sibling Johnny was closest to as a child) died in a horrible accident involving a buzz saw when Johnny was young, and it was never clear whether it was accidental, suicide, or even murder. Wracked with guilt, Johnny, by most accounts, never got over the death (it was a little-known, personal obsession of his to investigate the incident) and it is widely thought that his dark world view was shaped by it.
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Song for the Day:  HURT by Johnny Cash
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Quote for the Day:

The things that have always been important: to be a good man, to try to live my life the way God would have me, to turn it over to Him that His will might be worked in my life, to do my work without looking back, to give it all I've got, and to take pride in my work as an honest performer.  
~Johnny Cash
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