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March 15: Julius Caesar's Birthday, Ironic Birthday Day (Italy)

  • 35,000 BC - An unkown homo sapien pens Diary of a Caveman, a revealing look into caveman culture, fashion, and etiquette.
  • 1895 - Oscar Wilde is convicted of gross indecency and sentenced to two years hard labor. He beats charges of assault and battery using rapier wit.
  • 1952 - John Cage composes 4'33" and becomes widely known as "that douche who didn't play any music."
  • 1967 - The first computer game is introduced, when Grandmaster Gary Chekov loses a game of chess to a large supercomputer.
  • 2000 - The first Y2K doomsayers quietly come out of their caves and begin attempting to live normal lives; most fail and are ridiculed.
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