Reclayhound's Wednesday Morning Ramblings..........Enjoy............

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  1. redclayhound

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    Good morning to all you good hearted, yet deplorable Dawgs…..Wednesday….July 1st……..This year is officially half way over…..I hope the second half is better for our Country than the 1st half…..Anyway, Today is National Gingersnap Day….Put a dab of strawberry flavored cream cheese on a gingersnap, and you’ve got a tasty little sweet treat……

    Today is also Creative Ice Cream Day…..At the time when I left home for college, this ole country boy thought ice cream only came in three flavors (vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry) and there were 2 or 3 fruity sherbets…..A girl friend of mine took me to Lenox Square, my first trip there……She suggested an ice cream, I agreed, and we go into this ice cream store…..Holy Smokes Batman, was I in awe or what….They had every flavor imaginable…..I had a bubble gum scoop and a cotton candy scoop, and I knew right then I had a lot of catching up to do in big city living….

    Take care fellow Dawgs……




    1200 In China, sunglasses are invented

    1656 1st Quakers (Mary Fisher/Ann Austin) arrives in Boston (arrested)

    1776 1st vote on Declaration of Independence

    1845 - Uniform postal rates went into effect throughout the United States. The Act of Congress was passed on March 3, 1845.

    1847 - In New York City, the U.S. Post Office issued its first adhesive stamps. The two stamps available were a 5-cent Benjamin Franklin and a 10-cent George Washington.

    1850 At least 626 ships lie at anchor around San Francisco Bay

    1859 Balloon covers a record 809 miles over St. Louis

    1859 1st intercollegiate baseball game, Amherst beats Williams 66-32

    1860 Charles Goodyear R.I.P. He invented the process named ‘vulcanization’ which made the commercial use of rubber possible. Vulcanized rubber didn’t become brittle in winter and turn gummy in summer as natural rubber did.

    1861 War Department decrees the Kansas and Tennessee are to be canvassed for volunteers

    1861 1st public schoolhouse opens at Washington and Mason St, SF

    1862 - The U.S. Congress established the Bureau of Internal Revenue. Internal Revenue Law imposes 1st federal taxes on inheritance, tobacco and on incomes over $600 (progressive rate)

    1862 Congress outlaws polygamy (1st time); bad news for Utah

    1863 Free city delivery of mail begins in 49 U.S. cities; postage 3 cents per oz

    1863 - During the U.S. Civil War, the first day's fighting at Gettysburg began.


    1867 - Canada became an independent dominion.

    1869 U.S. Mint at Carson City, Nevada opens

    1870 James W Smith of South Carolina is 1st black to enter West Point

    1873 Henry Flipper of Georgia is 2nd black to enter West Point

    1874 The Philadelphia Zoo opened, the first zoological gardens in the U.S.

    1874 1st U.S. kidnapping for ransom, 4-year-old Charles Ross, $20,000

    1874 1st Chamber accept law against child labor

    1875 Universal Postal Union established

    1881 1st international telephone conversation, Calais, ME-St. Stephen, NB

    1889 U.S. Mint at Carson City, Nevada reopens

    1893 - The first bicycle race track in America to be made out of wood was opened in San Francisco, CA.

    1898 Teddy Roosevelt and American troops take San Juan Hill and El Caney, Cuba, from the Spaniards.


    1899 San Francisco City Hall turned over to city, after 29 years of building

    1903 The first Tour de France began, and the race went on to become cycling's most prestigious and difficult event.

    1904 3rd modern Olympic games opens in St. Louis


    1905 - The USDA Forest Service was created within the Department of Agriculture. The agency was given the mission to sustain healthy, diverse, and productive forests and grasslands for present and future generations.

    1907 World's 1st air force established in the U.S. Army

    1908 SOS is adopted as the International Distress Signal

    1909 - Thomas Edison began commercially manufacturing his new "A" type alkaline storage batteries.

    1910 Chicago's Comiskey Park opens - St. Louis Browns beat White Sox 2-0

    1910 Ward Baking Company of Chicago, Illinois opened the first completely automated bread plant in the U.S. Untouched by human hands.

    1916 Dwight Eisenhower marries Mary 'Mamie' Geneva Doud in Denver. Colorado

    1916 Honus Wagner, 42, is oldest to hit an inside-the-park home run


    1916 The Battle of the Somme begins. Approximately 30,000 men are killed on the first day, two-thirds of them British.

    1916 Coca-Cola started using their new contoured bottle to stay ahead of the competition. (Some sources list November 16, 1915)

    1917 Robins (Dodgers) play their 1st Sunday game in Brooklyn

    1917 Reds Fred Toney pitches completes doubleheader victories over Pirates

    1917 Race riots in East St. Louis Illinois (40 to 200 reported killed)

    1917 257cm-mirror for Mount Wilson Observatory mounted


    1919 1st class postage drops from 3 cents to 2 cents

    1924 Light Brigade forms

    1924 Through regular transcontinental airmail service forms, New York City-SF

    1929 U.S. Immigration law of 1924 in effect

    1929 Elzie Segar created Popeye, the spinach eating cartoon character. (Also listed as January 17, and April 11 in some sources).


    1931 Ice vending machines introduced in LA 25 lbs, 15 cents

    1931 US President Herbert Hoover places a one year moratorium on war debt payments

    1932 Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt was selected as the presidential nominee at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

    1934 1st x-ray photo of entire body, Rochester, New York

    1934 - The Federal Communications Commission replaced the Federal Radio Commission as the regulator of broadcasting in the United States.

    1936 Wally Amos, Jr. was born……Creator of ‘Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookies’……He sold the name, and now makes ‘Uncle Noname’ chocolate chip cookies.


    1940 - In Washington, the Tacoma Narrows Bridge was opened to traffic. The bridge collapsed during a wind storm on November 7, 1940.

    1941 Joe Dimaggio on way to 56, ties Willie Keeler's 44 game hit streak

    1941 - Bulova Watch Company sponsored the first TV commercial in New York City, NY. (paid $9 to network)

    1943 - The U.S. Government began automatically withholding federal income tax from paychecks.

    1945 - New York established the New York State Commission Against Discrimination to prevent discrimination in employment because of race, creed or natural origin. It was the first such agency in the U.S.

    1946 - U.S. President Harry Truman signed Public Law 476 that incorporated the Civil Air Patrol as a benevolent, nonprofit organization. The Civil Air Patrol was created on December 1, 1941.

    1946 - The U.S. exploded a 20-kiloton atomic bomb near Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean.

    1948 - The price of a subway ride in New York City was increased from 5 cents to 10.

    1950 - American ground troops (450) arrived in South Korea to stem the tide of the advancing North Korean army.

    1951 - Bob Feller set a major league baseball record as he pitched his third no-hitter for the Cleveland Indians.

    1953 Cheez Whiz was introduced nationwide by Kraft.

    1956 Elvis Presley wearing a tuxedo appears on Steve Allen Show

    1960 U.S.S.R. shoots down U.S. RB-47 reconnaissance plane


    1960 Fidel Castro nationalizes Esso, Shell and Texaco in Cuba

    1961 - The first community air-raid shelter was built. The shelter in Boise, ID had a capacity of 1,000 people and family memberships sold for $100.

    1961 British troops land in Kuwait to aid against Iraqi threats.

    1963 Five digit Zip Codes are introduced for U.S. mail.

    1966 - The Medicare federal insurance program went into effect.

    1966 The U.S. Marines launch Operation Holt in an attempt to finish off a Vietcong battalion in Thua Thien Province in Vietnam.

    1967 Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," goes #1 for 15 weeks

    1967 Bobby Unser wins both races at Mosport, Ontario, Canada, the first Champ Car races ever run outside the United States


    1968 - The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty was signed by 60 countries. It limited the spreading of nuclear material for military purposes. On May 11, 1995, the treaty was extended indefinitely.

    1968 Formal separation of the United Auto Workers from the AFL-CIO.

    1969 Shelby Singleton buys Sun Records from Sam Phillips

    1970 Jimi Hendrix 1st recording session (New York City)

    1971 State of Washington becomes 1st state to ban sex discrimination

    1971 Golden Gate Bridge paid for


    1971 Twenty-sixth Amendment, which lowers the voting age from 21 to 18, is ratified and becomes part of the United States Constitution

    1973 Tom Bradley becomes the 38th Mayor of Los Angeles, the first (and only) African-American to hold that position

    1973 1st U.S. - China basketball game, U.S. collegiates beats Shanghai 96-61

    1974 1st Laura Ashley-store in U.S. opens in San Francisco


    1975 Muhammad Ali beats Joe Bugner in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

    1976 Kenneth Gibson, is 1st black president of U.S. Conference of Mayors

    1978 Former President Nixon makes 1st public speech since resigning in 1974

    1979 - Susan B. Anthony was commemorated on a U.S. coin, the Susan B. Anthony dollar.

    1979 - Sony introduced the Walkman.


    1980 - "O Canada" was proclaimed the national anthem of Canada.

    1980 - U.S. President Jimmy Carter signed legislation that provided for 2 acres of land near the Lincoln Memorial for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

    1981 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that candidates for federal office had an "affirmative right" to go on national television.

    1982 Over 2000 Unification Church couples marry at New York Madison Square Garden

    1982 Cal Ripken's 1st game

    1983 Arbitrator Raymond Goetz rules 43 players who are on Disabled List during 1981 players' strike not entitled to salaries for that period

    1984 US Senior Open Men's Golf, Oak Hill CC: Miller Barber wins by 2 strokes from Arnold Palmer for his second Senior Open title


    1984 The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), which oversees the voluntary rating system for movies, introduces a new rating, PG-13.

    1985 - Robin Yount (Milwaukee Brewers) got the 1,800th hit of his career.

    1987 - John Kevin Hill, at age 11, became the youngest to fly across the U.S. when he landed at National Airport in Washington, DC.

    1987 New York City radio station WFAN-AM becomes 1st 24 hour all sports radio

    1989 NFL owners vote unanimously to form WLAF

    1989 Hugh Hefner (Playboy editor) weds playmate Kimberly Conrad


    1990 In Victoria, Australia, helmetless bike riding becomes illegal

    1990 German Democratic Republic accepts Deutsche Mark as its currency

    1990 Despite Andy Hawkins no-hitting White Sox, Yankees lose 4-0

    1990 11th U.S. Seniors Golf Open: Lee Trevino

    1991 - Court TV began airing.

    1991 - The Warsaw Pact dissolved.

    1992 Fox broadcasting adds Wednesday night TV programming

    1992 6.6 earthquake in Big Bear Valley of Los Angeles

    1993 one second is added to the clock (Greenwic, England)

    1996 NHL Winnipeg Jets officially become the Phoenix Coyotes

    1997 - The sovereignty over Hong Kong was transferred from Great Britain to China. Britain had controlled Hong Kong as a colony for 156 years

    1999 - The U.S. Justice Department released new regulations that granted the attorney general sole power to appoint and oversee special counsels. The 1978 independent-counsel statute expired on June 30.

    1999 Forrest Edward Mars died. Son of Frank C. Mars, he helped him develop the Milky Way candy bar. He founded his own company in Europe and developed the Mars Bar, and also created M&Ms. He merged his company with his father’s in 1964, creating the world’s largest candy manufacturer.

    2000 Vermont's civil unions law went into effect.

    2002 The International Criminal Court (ICC) is established….It is the first international judicial body that has the power to try individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
    2005 The last Thunderbird, Ford Motor Company’s iconic sports car, emerges from a Ford factory in Wixom, Michigan on July 1, 2005


    2010 In volume, BP's Deepwater Horizon oil spill has overtaken Ixtoc I to become the worst oceanic oil spill in U.S. recorded history

    2014 Vice Admiral Michelle Janine Howard is promoted to 4-star admiral, becoming the first woman to achieve the highest rank in the U.S. Navy

    2015 Greek Credit Crisis: Greece becomes 1st developed country to default on debt to the International Monetary Fund (1.7 billion)

    2015 US and Cuba announce agreement to re-open embassies and establish full diplomatic ties

    2018 Canada's retaliatory tariffs against the US's steel tariffs take effect, 25% on some steel, 10% on 250 other goods

    2018 NBA super star LeBron James agrees to a 4-year $154m deal with the LA Lakers, moving from Cleveland Cavaliers

    2019 Japan resumes commercial whaling after a break of more than 30 years

  2. redclayhound

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    I’m gonna mention a Dawg great in the UGA sports spotlight section this morning, just to make sure at least something Dawg is mentioned today in this “DAWGChat” forum…Today the Georgia Bulldog in the spotlight is former Dawg QB and Legendary College Football Official…….Oh the memories of watching an SEC football game on TV with Keith Jackson doing the play by play and Jimmy Harper as the Head Official……..

    Born December 28,1934 in Thomasville, Georgia……

    One of the most respected football officials in the history of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) …… When Harper signed on as SEC official in 1963, there were two prerequisites; you had to have previous officiating experience and you had to have played football……..Harper had played plenty of football…….As quarterback for Thomasville High School, Harper had been All-America, All-State, All-Region and All-South GA in 1951…….He also played baseball (appeared in both football and baseball 1951 All-Star Games), ran track (State Finals in the 100 yard dash and the relay), basketball (he made All-Region in 1951) and tennis (played the State Singles Tournament in 1950)……..

    Staying at home, Harper signed on at Georgia and, playing quarterback and defensive back, was named to the All-SEC Freshman Team…….Zeke Bratkowski was the Bulldog starting quarterback then and when he graduated, Harper moved into the number one spot for the 1954-55 seasons……..

    After his 1956 graduation, Harper went into the Air Force and was stationed at Roswell, New Mexico, but he was never far away from football……..Harper started a touch football league at the airbase and also reffed high school games around the state…….The pay was $17.50 per game for a three man crew…….The driver got the extra $2.50…….

    In 1960, Harper left the Air Force and joined Merrill Lynch as a trainee…….One day, just walking along during a training break, Harper ran into a friend of his, George Gardner……One thing led to another and all of a sudden, Harper was following up his pal's suggestion, becoming a high school official with the Georgia Football Officials Association…….

    Three years later, Harper was accepted as an official by the SEC and a marvelous 33-year career was underway……At first he worked freshman games, worked the field clock, worked his way up the ladder……..Then in 1966 or '67, Harper got his first college varsity game………

    Averaging roughly 12 games a year over a 33 career year span, Jimmy Harper has officiated around 400 college football games…….Of those approximate 400 college games Harper worked, 45 of them were major bowl games…….Harper doesn't know of any other official who can touch that number…….An astounding 20 of them were Senior Bowls…….His 20th Senior Bowl, and the last game he ever officiated, was the 1996 game………

    It's been a long and satisfying run wearing stripes for the Southeastern Conference for this one-time all-star athlete; a career that has honored him with the Outstanding Official Award presented by the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame……..

    Harper served as an SEC official for over three decades (33 years)1963‐1996...He was consistently ranked as the SEC’s top official and chief referee during those years…..

    From1966-1996, Harper worked 20 Senior Bowls, five Peach, four Orange, three Fiesta, two Bluebonnet, two Tangerine, two Cotton and one Sun,Independence,Liberty, Rose and Hall of Fame Bowl game......

    His highlights are many but four stand alone...

    (1) Refereed the legendary 1984 Orange Bowl contest as Miami upset Nebraska for the national championship......

    (2) Called the 1987 Fiesta Bowl as Penn State beat Miami to give Joe Paterno a second national championship .....

    (3) Worked his only Rose Bowl in 1992 as Michigan battled Washington for a share of the national title......

    (4) Arguably his most memorable one occurred when Bear Bryant won his 315th game in the Iron Bowl against arch‐rival Auburn......

    Harper sat on the National Association of Sports Officials Board of Directors from1990‐1994 and served as its chairman from 1993‐1994…….

    Jimmy Harper was awarded the National Football Foundation Outstanding Football Official Award in 2002…..He was inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 2004….


    Going back to his Georgia football days, Harper says the Bulldog record was 6-3-1 and 4-6 his two starting years. When asked what happened with that 4-6 season, Harper quipped, "Bad officiating.”


    Of course, Harper never was an official for a UGA game (his alma mater)......

    Jimmy Harper……..a DGD……..



    1928 Bobby Day, US singer, had the 1958 hit ‘Rockin Robin’, was born on this date, died on July 27, 1990.

    1939 Delaney Bramlett, who co-fronted the early-'70s rock/soul ensemble Delaney & Bonnie with then-wife Bonnie Bramlett, is born in Pontotoc, Mississippi.

    1945 Deborah Ann Harry (lead singer of Blondie) is born in Miami, Florida, but will be raised in Hawthorne, New Jersey.

    1967 The Association had the #1 hit song in America with their classic "Windy"……..

    1967 "Groovin'" by the Young Rascals was the #2 hit song in America…….

    1967 "Little Bit O' Soul" by the Music Explosion was the #3 hit song in America…….

    1967 Scott McKenzie's "San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)," written by John Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas, reaches its chart peak of #4 in America, where it galvanizes the Flower Power movement.

    1968 The Band released their debut album Music From Big Pink. The album, which features their first hit single 'The Weight……

    1972 Neil Diamond went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Song Sung Blue', his second US No.1.

    1974 Eric Clapton's "I Shot The Sheriff" was released on this date……..

    1981 Rushton Moreve (original bass guitarist for Steppenwolf) dies in an automobile accident at age 32…..Moreve and Steppenwolf’s lead singer John Kay co-wrote “Magic Carpet Ride” which peaked at number three in the US, and remained in the charts for 16 weeks, longer than any other Steppenwolf song…….

    1995 Legendary DJ Wolfman Jack, who famously spun rock and roll records from a border blaster station in Mexico throughout the '60s, dies of a heart attack at age 57.



    1896 Harriet Beecher Stowe, U.S. author (Uncle Tom's Cabin), dies at 85

    1991 Michael Landon, actor (Bonanza, Hwy to Heaven), dies of cancer at 54

    1995 Wolfman Jack, disc jockey (Midnight Special), dies at 57

    1997 Robert Mitchum, actor, Winds of War, dies at 79

    1999 Forrest Edward Mars died. Son of Frank C. Mars, he helped him develop the Milky Way candy bar. He founded his own company in Europe and developed the Mars Bar, and also created M&Ms. He merged his company with his father’s in 1964, creating the world’s largest candy manufacturer.

    2000 Walter Matthau, actor, The Odd Couple movie version, dies at 79

    2004 Marlon Brando, actor, The Godfather, dies at 80



    1908 Estee Lauder, CEO, Estee Lauder's cosmetics

    1916 Olivia de Havilland, born in Tokyo, Japan, actress, Adventures of Robin Hood

    1931 Tab Hunter, actor, Tab Hunter Show, Lust in the Dust

    1932 Bobby Day, Robert Byrd, Fort Worth, Texas, rock vocalist, Rockin' Robin

    1934 Jamie Farr, born in Toledo, Ohio, actor, Klinger-M*A*S*H, AfterMASH

    1936 Wally Amos, born in Tallahassee, Florida, actor, speaker, co-wrote, 'The Power in You', founder, 'Famous Amos' chocolate chip cookie brand, first African-American talent agent, represented Diana Ross & the Supremes, Simon & Garfunkel

    1939 Delaney Bramlett, born in Oklahoma, rocker, Shindogs, Delaney and Bonnie

    1945 Debbie Harry, American Musician, Rock Star, former Playmate

    1952 Dan Aykroyd, born in Ottawa, Canada, comedian/actor, SNL, Dragnet, Blues Brothers

    1955 Keith Whitley, Sandy Hook, Kentucky, country singer, Don't Close Your Eyes

    1961 Carl Lewis, born in Birmingham, Alabama, American Athlete

    1961 Diana, Princess of Wales, born in Park House, England, first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, mother of Princes William and Harry, noted for philanthropy

    1967 Pamela Anderson, born in Ladysmith, Canada, actress, model, producer, former showgirl, famous role, C.J. Parker on 'Baywatch' television show



    OK Chris Cuomo, your turn…..this honor is long overdue for you………For those that don’t know, Chris Cuomo is a CNN news anchor, which ought to tell you all you need to know about the lesser Cuomo……

    I say lesser Cuomo because his dad is a former Governor of New York, his brother is the current Governor of New York, and Chris is a CNN anchor…….Wow, what a differential that is…….


    Chris has a very quick and hot temper…..his buddies call it his famous temper…..Here are a few exanples……

    (1) Cuomo flew into a rage on Shelter Island when a man called him “Fredo,” a reference to Fredo Corleone, the ineffective son of Vito Corleone in “The Godfather.”

    “Don’t f–king insult me like that,” Cuomo said during the interaction caught on video.

    “You call me ‘Fredo,’ it’s like I call you punk bitch.” And he fumed, “I’ll f–king throw you down these stairs like a f–king punk … take a f–king swing! I’ll f–king wreck your s–t.”

    (2) A source, who used to play hoops with Cuomo, says Cuomo was known by fellow players to be a “tool,” “jerk,” “cry baby” and an “a--hole.” it was ridiculous what a baby he is on the basketball court……

    (3) Then Cuomo said on his SiriusXM show that “I don’t want some jackass, loser, fat-tire biker being able to pull over and get in my space and talk bulls–t to me, I don’t want to hear it.”

    Cuomo added that he also regretted his job as a high-profile news anchor prevents him from getting into fights. “That matters to me more than making millions of dollars a year … I want to be able to tell you to go to hell, to shut your mouth.”

    Talk about an @$$, Chris Cuomo fits the bill…….There’s much much more, but you get the picture…….


    Step up on the podium Chris “Mike Tyson” Cuomo…..put on that crown of shame on your hot tempered head…..I now anoint you @$$Hole of the Day…..And you can KMA too……..


    As always folks, I hope each of you have a Great Bulldawg Day.......GATA.....THWGT......MAGA......Go Dawgs......God Bless.......

    That’s All Folks………………

  3. 911DAWG

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  4. JudgeLarryDawg

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    Thank you for the terrific ramblings. The daily music from back in the day is a great morning trip down memory lane. As I listened to "If you're going to San Francisco" I recalled listening to that and not thinking of SF as a s**thole. Times have certainly changed.
  5. ibdawg78

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    Great choice for AOTD. Fredo is a perfect moniker for that POS.
  6. EufaulaDawg

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    Great ramblings this AM rch, as usual.
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  7. Vandydog

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    Another fine read and an appropriate Ahole in Chris Cuomo! The SEC officiating hasn't been near as good since Jimmy Harper retired. Thanks RCH, keep up the great work..
  8. deadduckdawg

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    Suburbs of Sodom and Gomorrah
    Really good and interesting Ramblings this morning, rch. I enjoyed them.
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  9. redclayhound

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    Dear Aunt Larisa.
    Yesterday. We learned that the Chinese invented the tooth brush. Today we learned the Chinese invented sun glasses. This trend is disturbing to me. Should I continue to alert DawgChat with their difference making inventions I mean it could be something like a comb or a toothpick. This type info, if it continues, could be harmful to the security of joe Bidens campaign. What do I do. Riddleville redneck
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