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*[[1783]] - The American Revolutionary War comes to an end with the Treaty of Paris. While America wins, it concedes that Britain is still better than France.
 
*[[1783]] - The American Revolutionary War comes to an end with the Treaty of Paris. While America wins, it concedes that Britain is still better than France.
 
*[[1939]] - Adolf Hitler embarks on his global tour, performing to a sold-out crowd in Warsaw.
 
*[[1939]] - Adolf Hitler embarks on his global tour, performing to a sold-out crowd in Warsaw.
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*[[1945]] - [[Spoon]]s were acquired by the known company, [[Tupperware]].
 
* [[1974]] - [[William Shatner]] discovers the world's largest known deposits of tiberium in his back garden.
 
* [[1974]] - [[William Shatner]] discovers the world's largest known deposits of tiberium in his back garden.
 
*[[1971]] - The day my Daddy died.
 
*[[1971]] - The day my Daddy died.

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September 3: International Festival of Frowning at Cows (Saskatchewan)

  • 447 B.C. - The word “fabulous” is invented by Plato.
  • 1189 - Richard the Lionhearted is crowned King of England at Westminster, followed by a successful reign consisting chiefly of lazing in the sun and ridding the British Isles of zebras.
  • 1783 - The American Revolutionary War comes to an end with the Treaty of Paris. While America wins, it concedes that Britain is still better than France.
  • 1939 - Adolf Hitler embarks on his global tour, performing to a sold-out crowd in Warsaw.
  • 1945 - Spoons were acquired by the known company, Tupperware.
  • 1974 - William Shatner discovers the world's largest known deposits of tiberium in his back garden.
  • 1971 - The day my Daddy died.
  • 2005 - Bob sits down for dinner, frowns at his overcooked steak.
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