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May The Turd Be With You

Tomorrow is May 4th, which means everybody that you hate will be saying “May the Fourth be with you” all day, as if they are somehow funny or creative for saying something that is stupid and they didn’t come up with. 191 more words

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Constitutions — The People’s Rights

Stanczyk,

has written about Constitution Day (May 3rd 1791 and continuing) before. Poland’s constitution was second, after only the United States Constitution. I think we should celebrate Constitution Day in the USA (like they do in Poland), perhaps on a shared day like May 3rd. 113 more words

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Today in History, May 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli born; The U.S. Supreme Court rules racial covenants in real estate are unenforceable; Joe DiMaggio makes his baseball debut; Singers Pete Seeger and James Brown born. 13 more words

Today in History, May 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli born; The U.S. Supreme Court rules racial covenants in real estate are unenforceable; Joe DiMaggio makes his baseball debut; Singers Pete Seeger and James Brown born. 13 more words

Today in History, May 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli born; The U.S. Supreme Court rules racial covenants in real estate are unenforceable; Joe DiMaggio makes his baseball debut; Singers Pete Seeger and James Brown born. 13 more words

Today in History, May 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli born; The U.S. Supreme Court rules racial covenants in real estate are unenforceable; Joe DiMaggio makes his baseball debut; Singers Pete Seeger and James Brown born. 14 more words

Today In History

Today in History, May 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli born; The U.S. Supreme Court rules racial covenants in real estate are unenforceable; Joe DiMaggio makes his baseball debut; Singers Pete Seeger and James Brown born. 14 more words

Today In History