September 18, 2014 Day 241 of the Sixth Year - History

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10:00AM THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
Oval Office

10:45AM THE PRESIDENT participates in an Ambassador Credentialing Ceremony

Oval Office
His Excellency Mohammad Ziauddin, Ambassador of Bangladesh
His Excellency Eerik Marmei, Ambassador of Estonia
His Excellency Francisco Roberto Altschul Fuentes, Ambassador of El Salvador
His Excellency Emanuel Arturo Gonzalez Revilla Lince, Ambassador of Panama
His Excellency Roman Macaya Hayes, Ambassador of Costa Rica
His Excellency Gerard Araud, Ambassador of France
His Excellency Igor Alberto Pangrazio Vera, Ambassador of Paraguay

2:00PM THE PRESIDENT holds a bilateral meeting with President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine; THE VICE PRESIDENT also attends

3:55PM THE PRESIDENT attends a DNC roundtable
Capital Hilton Hotel


Derek Hough

From 2007 to 2016, Hough was a professional dancer on the ABC dance-competition series Dancing with the Stars, winning the show a record-breaking six times with his celebrity partners. For his work on Dancing with the Stars, Hough received nine nominations for the Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Choreography, winning the award twice. Hough later became a judge on the series beginning with its 29th season. [4] [5]

Hough has also appeared as an actor on stage, appearing in the West End premiere of Footloose: The Musical at the Novello Theatre and as well as the 2015 New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. In film and television, he has starred in the film Make Your Move and had a recurring role in the ABC musical-drama Nashville. In 2016, he appeared as Corny Collins in NBC's live musical TV-production of Hairspray Live! [6]

From 2017-2020, Hough served as a judge on the NBC dance competition series World of Dance. [7]


September 18, 2014 Day 241 of the Sixth Year - History

“Taxation without representation!” was the battle cry in America’s 13 Colonies, which were forced to pay taxes to England’s King George III despite having no representation in the British Parliament. As dissatisfaction grew, British troops were sent in to quell the early movement toward rebellion. Repeated attempts by the Colonists to resolve the crisis without military conflict proved fruitless.

On June 11, 1776, the Colonies’ Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia and formed a committee whose express purpose was drafting a document that would formally sever their ties with Great Britain. The committee included Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman and Robert R. Livingston. Jefferson, who was considered the strongest and most eloquent writer, crafted the original draft document (as seen above). A total of 86 changes were made to his draft and the Continental Congress officially adopted the final version on July 4, 1776.

The following day, copies of the Declaration of Independence were distributed, and on July 6, The Pennsylvania Evening Post became the first newspaper to print the extraordinary document. The Declaration of Independence has since become our nation’s most cherished symbol of liberty.

Bonfires and Illuminations

On July 8, 1776, the first public readings of the Declaration were held in Philadelphia’s Independence Square to the ringing of bells and band music. One year later, on July 4, 1777, Philadelphia marked Independence Day by adjourning Congress and celebrating with bonfires, bells and fireworks.

The custom eventually spread to other towns, both large and small, where the day was marked with processions, oratory, picnics, contests, games, military displays and fireworks. Observations throughout the nation became even more common at the end of the War of 1812 with Great Britain.

In June of 1826, Thomas Jefferson sent a letter to Roger C. Weightman, declining an invitation to come to Washington, D.C. to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. It was the last letter that Jefferson, who was gravely ill, ever wrote. In it, Jefferson says of the document:

“May it be to the world, what I believe it will be … the signal of arousing men to burst the chains … and to assume the blessings and security of self-government. That form, which we have substituted, restores the free right to the unbounded exercise of reason and freedom of opinion. All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. …For ourselves, let the annual return of this day forever refresh our recollections of these rights, and an undiminished devotion to them.”

– Thomas Jefferson
June 24, 1826 Monticello

Congress established Independence Day as a holiday in 1870, and in 1938 Congress reaffirmed it as a paid holiday for federal employees. Today, communities across the nation mark this major midsummer holiday with parades, firework displays, picnics and performances of “The Star-Spangled Banner” and marches by John Philip Sousa.

Photo of the “original Rough draught” of the Declaration of Independence courtesy of the Library of Congress.


September 18, 2014 Day 241 of the Sixth Year - History

TEXT OF PART V OF SUBTITLE A (3001 ET SEQ.), EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2022, CURRENTLY SET OUT AS A PREVIEW

§241. Conspiracy against rights

If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same or

If two or more persons go in disguise on the highway, or on the premises of another, with intent to prevent or hinder his free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege so secured-

They shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both and if death results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, they shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both, or may be sentenced to death.

Historical and Revision Notes

Clause making conspirator ineligible to hold office was omitted as incongruous because it attaches ineligibility to hold office to a person who may be a private citizen and who was convicted of conspiracy to violate a specific statute. There seems to be no reason for imposing such a penalty in the case of one individual crime, in view of the fact that other crimes do not carry such a severe consequence. The experience of the Department of Justice is that this unusual penalty has been an obstacle to successful prosecutions for violations of the act.

Mandatory punishment provision was rephrased in the alternative.

Minor changes in phraseology were made.

Editorial Notes

Amendments

§607(a), substituted "any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District" for "any State, Territory, or District" in first par.

§320103(a)(1). See 1994 Amendment note below.

§330016(1)(L), substituted "They shall be fined under this title" for "They shall be fined not more than $10,000" in third par.

§320201(a), substituted "person in any State" for "inhabitant of any State" in first par.

§320103(a)(2)&ndash(4), in third par., substituted "results from the acts committed in violation of this section or if such acts include kidnapping or an attempt to kidnap, aggravated sexual abuse or an attempt to commit aggravated sexual abuse, or an attempt to kill, they shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for any term of years or for life, or both" for "results, they shall be subject to imprisonment for any term of years or for life".

§320103(a)(1), which provided for amendment identical to

§330016(1)(L), above, was repealed by

§60006(a), substituted ", or may be sentenced to death." for period at end of third par.

struck out "of citizens" after "rights" in section catchline and substituted "inhabitant of any State, Territory, or District" for "citizen" in text.

increased limitation on fines from $5,000 to $10,000 and provided for imprisonment for any term of years or for life when death results.

Statutory Notes and Related Subsidiaries

Effective Date of 1996 Amendment

Amendment by section 604(b)(14)(A) of

effective Sept. 13, 1994, see section 604(d) of

set out as a note under section 13 of this title .

Short Title of 1996 Amendment

§1, July 3, 1996, 110 Stat. 1392 , provided that: "This Act [amending section 247 of this title and section 10602 of Title 42 , The Public Health and Welfare, enacting provisions set out as a note under section 247 of this title , and amending provisions set out as a note under section 534 of Title 28 , Judiciary and Judicial Procedure] may be cited as the 'Church Arson Prevention Act of 1996'."


September 18, 2014 Day 241 of the Sixth Year - History

''Our Digital Future'' - capacity development workshop series focused on digital transformation and cybersecurity.

Stakeholders can apply to host a networking session at the IGF 2021.

List of received IGF 2021 session proposals.

The IGF Secretariat/UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) and the Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Technology kindly invite all stakeholders to join the briefing update on the proposed approach for implementation of the IGF Multistakeholder High-level Body (MHLB) on 14 June at 13:00 UTC.

IGF 2021 Call for Session Proposals was open until 26 May, inviting all stakeholders to consider applying for the type(s) of session that best fit their interests. Please note that IGF 2021 will have a hybrid format, so you can apply for a session even if at the moment you do not plan to be present onsite in Katowice.

Applications for the IGF 2021 Village Booths are open. Deadline to apply is 1 July.

Stakeholders can register their IGF 2021 Remote Hubs. Deadline to apply is 20 September.

The MAG identified main focus areas and is working on developing concrete IGF 2021 (sub)themes. The IGF 2021 Guide to Issues and Policy Questions is also available.

Summary of inputs received in a response to the consultations on para 93(a) of the Roadmap for Digital Cooperation.

Call for NRIs to apply for financial grants open until 15 March.

Summary Report from Consultations on para 93(a) of the Roadmap for Digital Cooperation hosted during the First Open Consultations and MAG Meeting.

Consultations on para 93(a) of the Roadmap for Digital Cooperation. List of inputs received.

MAG Virtual Meeting III Open to All Stakeholders 9 Feb 13:00 UTC.

Launch of a new intersessional work activity: Policy Network on Environment and Digitalisation (PNE)

IGF 2021 Call for Thematic Inputs closed on 31 January. The list of received inputs and an analysis are available.

Call to Take Stock of IGF 2020 and Suggest Improvements for IGF 2021 was open until 20 January. The synthesis output document is available.

MAG 2021 Appointed to plan the 16th Annual IGF Meeting.

The IGF 2020 Outputs and Infographics are available.


Lauren Bacall

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Lauren Bacall, original name Betty Joan Perske, (born September 16, 1924, New York, New York, U.S.—died August 12, 2014, New York, New York), American actress known for her portrayals of provocative women who hid their soft core underneath a layer of hard-edged pragmatism.

Bacall started modeling in 1941 and supplemented her income with jobs as a theatre usher and as a hostess at the Stage Door Canteen, which kept her next to the Broadway theatre scene that she loved. In 1942 she appeared as an ingénue in the George S. Kaufman-directed Franklin Street, but the play closed before reaching New York. Bacall’s photo on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar in 1943 caught the attention of the wife of film director Howard Hawks. Cast in Hawks’s To Have and Have Not (1944) as the leggy sardonic beauty who gives Humphrey Bogart a famous lesson in whistling, the 19-year-old Bacall was an overnight sensation. Nervous throughout the shooting, Bacall kept her head low to keep it from shaking this, combined with her bedroom eyes and husky voice, resulted in a sultry aura that was touted in promotional campaigns as “The Look.” She and Bogart fell in love during the filming and were married in 1945 they subsequently costarred in the successful thrillers The Big Sleep (1946), Dark Passage (1947), and Key Largo (1948). Bacall’s other successful films include Young Man with a Horn (1950), How to Marry a Millionaire (1953), and Designing Woman (1957).

After Bogart’s death in 1957, Bacall worked sporadically, appearing in one Broadway flop (Goodbye Charlie, 1959) and one hit (Cactus Flower, 1965) and in such films as Sex and the Single Girl (1964) and Harper (1966). In 1961 she married actor Jason Robards (divorced 1969). Bacall made a stunning comeback in the Broadway musical Applause (1970), for which she won a Tony Award as best actress. Her career revitalized, she went on to essay memorable roles in such films as Murder on the Orient Express (1974), The Shootist (1976), and The Fan (1981). She returned to Broadway in 1981 and won a second Tony Award for Woman of the Year.

Bacall’s performances of the 1990s, most of which capitalized on her brash-but-endearing personality, are among her most respected. She received good notices for supporting roles in Misery (1990), The Portrait (1993 made for television), My Fellow Americans (1996), and Diamonds (1999). For her performance in The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996), Bacall received her first Academy Award nomination, for best supporting actress. Her later films include Dogville (2003) and Birth (2004), both of which also featured Nicole Kidman, and The Walker (2007). In 1999 she scored another Broadway triumph in a revival of Noël Coward’s Waiting in the Wings. Bacall wrote three autobiographies—By Myself (1978), Now (1994), and And Then Some (2005).


FUT 12

Ten Years of FIFA Ultimate Team – From September 2011 to September 2012

The year of 2011 marked the FUT history. That was the year it actually stood out. Different to what happened in the previous years, this time it came out integrated with FIFA 12 itself. For the first time, in order to play Ultimate Team it wasn’t necessary for you to download any extra content at all. It became part of the game. That was an important step so that many new players would try it out. But EA Sports wanted more. They introduced Ultimate Team for PC, hitting an outstanding 6,7 million total amount of people playing Ultimate Team all over the world.

One of the keys to success had to do with EA knowing how to addict their audience. They realised that Ultimate Team players weren’t normal players. They were all about bringing their knowledge and passion to real life football together in the game. That’s why the developer decided to introduced new In Form cards. In fact, not just a few. Several. First came the TOTY, blue cards, highlighting the best players of the year. Then they came up with TOTS, also blue cards, dedicated to the best players of the season. Six teams of these. They divided Europe in north and south, gave each region two in form teams of the most consistent players and the other two featured players from the Spanish and English leagues. Soon enough we were presented orange cards. Messi, who had already earned one of these MOTM before, still received the best card in the FUT history. Once again blue, but featuring unbeatable stats. After all, it’s for charity purposes so it’s okay. FUT needed even more colour, and before FIFA 13 came out another type of cards was introduced: the iMOTM. The Euro 2012 hosted their debut, being once purple and then green but they disappeared in FIFA 15. The famous UP cards showed themselves for the first time, bringing virtual and real life football even closer together.

With so many new cards, the game became even more complex. The producer Marcel Kuhn himself admitted, “everybody knows what career mode is about, but explaining Ultimate Team in a sentence is almost impossible”. That was the ideal moment for specialized websites to emerge, just like our FIFAUTeam or the popular database FUTHead, which although already existed previously gained a much more professional appearance during the period of FIFA 12. Also that year for the first time it was possible to participate more than one tournament at a time and receive instantaneous notifications concerning auction results.

Video introducing Ultimate Team for FIFA 12


October 2021 Monthly Holidays

Adopt A Dog Month Link Link
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AIDS Awareness Month (President Reagan) Link (also December)
American Pharmacists Month Link
Antidepressant Death Awareness Month
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Month Link
Apple Month Link
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Black Speculative Fiction Month Link
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Bullying Prevention Month Link
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Caffeine Addiction Recovery Month
Celiac Disease Awareness Month
Celebrating The Bilingual Child Month
Children's Magazine Month
Christmas Seal Campaign (10/1-12/31)
Church Library Month
Church Safety and Security Month
Class Reunion Month Link
Contact Lens Safety Month
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Cut Out Dissection Month
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Employee Ownership Month Link
Energy Management is a Family Affair-Improve Your Home Month (10/1-3/31/13)
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October 2021 Weekly Holidays

October 2021 Daily Holidays

*CD Player Day: 1
*Fire Pup Day: 1
*International Coffee Day: 1 Link
*International Day of Older Persons: 1
*International Music Day: 1 Link
Kids Music Day: 1 (1st Friday)
Lee's National Denim Day: 1 (First Friday)
Manufacturing Day: 1 (First Friday) Link
*Model T Day: 1
National Body Language Day: 1 (First Friday) Link
National Diversity Day: 1 (First Friday)
*National Black Dog Day: 1 Link
*National Book It! Day: 1
*National Hair Day: 1 Link
*National Lace Day: 1 Link
*National Walk Your Dog Day: 1
*Vegan Baking Day: 1
*Willy Wonka Day: 1 Link
World Smile Day: 1 (First Friday) Link
*World Vegetarian Day: 1

Bed & Breakfast Inn Mascot Day: 2 (First Saturday)
Chowder Days: 2-3
Cephalopod Awareness Day: 2 (First Saturday)
Frugal Fun Day: 2
(First Saturday)
*Guardian Angels Day: 2
Inter-American Water Day: 2 (First Saturday) Link
*International Day of Non-violence: 2
*Name Your Car Day: 2 Link
*National Custodial Workers Day: 2
National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Day: 2-3 Link (Watch It Live at Website!)
National Play Outside Day: 2
Link (First Saturday)
*National Produce Misting Day: 2 Link
*Peanuts (Cartoon) Day: 2
*Phileas Fogg's Wager Day: 2
Walk A Mile In Her Shoes Day: 2 Link (First Saturday to register your walk. Actual date of a walk can vary. See website.)
World Card Making Day: 2 (First Saturday)
*World Farm Animals Day: 2

Change A Light Day: 3 Link (First Sunday)
National G.O.E. (Growth, Overcome, Empower) Day: 3 (Sunday of the First Full Weekend)
Intergeneration Day:3 (First Sunday)
International African Diaspora Day: 3 (First Sunday)
International Blessings of The Fishing Fleet Day: 3 (South Africa) (First Sunday) (Note: US Fishing villages do this on different dates.)
Country Inn Bed & Breakfast Day: 3 (First Sunday)
Pickle Day: 3 Link ( First Sunday) (See also Nov. 15)
*Techies Day: 3 Link
World Communion Day: 3 (First Sunday)

*Blessing of The Animals Day (aka Blessing of the Pets Day, World Pet Day) : 4 Link
Blue Shirt Day/World Day of Bullying Prevention : 4 (First Monday)
Child Health Day: 4 (First Monday)
*Dick Tracy Day: 4
*Improve Your Office Day: 4
*International Ship in A Bottle Day: 4
*Kanelbullens Dag (Cinnamon Roll Day) : 4 Link
National Consignment Day: 4 (First Monday) Link
*National Taco Day: 4 Link
Supreme Court Opening Day: 4 Link (First Monday)
*Ten-Four Day: 4
*Vodka Day: 4 Link
*World Child Development Day: 4
*World Child Health Day: 4
*World Animal Day: 4 Link Link
World Day of Architecture: 4 Link (First Monday)
World Day of Bullying Prevention: 4 ( First Monday)
World Habitat Day: 4 (First Monday)


*Chic Spy Day: 5
*Dupuytren Disease Awareness Day: 5
*Get Funky Day: 5 Link
*International Day of No Prostitution: 5
Link
National Fruit At Work Day: 5 Link (First Tuesday)
*The Victims of Marijuana Prohibition Day: 5 Link
*World Teachers Day: 5 Link

*American Libraries Day: 6
Balloons Around The World Day: 6 (First Wednesday)
Coffee With A Cop Day: 6 (First Wednesday) Link

International Walk To School Day: 6
*Jackie Mayer Rehab Day: 6
*Mad Hatter Day: 6 Link
*National Badger Day: 6
National Eat Fruit At Work Day: 6 Link (First Tuesday)
*National German-American Day: 6
*National Noodle Day: 6
*National Orange Wine Day: 6 Link
*National Plus Size Appreciation Day: 6 Link
National Pumpkin Seed Day: 6 (First Wednesday) Link
Rabi'I: 6 (at Sunset)
Random Acts of Poetry Day 6 (First Wednesday)
Walk To School Day: 6 (First Wednesday) Link

Bring Your Bible To School Day: 7 Link (First Thursday)
Data Innovation Day: 7-8 Link (moved from March)
*LED Light Day: 7 Link
*National Chocolate Covered Pretzel Day: 7 Link
National Depression Screening Day: 7 (Thursday of Mental Illness Awareness Week)
*National Forgiveness Day: 7
*National Inner Beauty Day: 7 Link
*Pick A Tune Day: 7 Link
*You Matter To Me Day: 7 Link
World Cotton Day: 7 Link

*Alvin C. York Day: 8
National Family Bowling Day (or Kids Bowl Free Day): 8 Link (2nd Friday)
*National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day: 8
*National Pierogy Day: 8
*National Salmon Day: 8
World Egg Day: 8 Link (2nd Friday)
*World Octopus Day: 8 Link


Costume Swap Day: 9 (2nd Saturday) Link
Fall Astronomy Day: 9 (Saturday Nearest 1st Qtr. Moon) Link
I Love Yarn Day: 9 Link (2nd Saturday)
International African Penguin Awareness Day: 9 Link (2nd Saturday)
*International Beer and Pizza Day: 9 Link
International Migratory Bird Day: 9 (2nd Saturday)
*Leif Erikson Day: 9
National Chess Day: 9 Link (2nd Saturday)
*National Nanotechnology Day: 9 (Honors the Naonometer Scale 10-9 meters) Link
*National Pro-Life Cupcake Day: 9
*Nautilus Night (Cephalopods): 9 Link
Universal Music Day: 9 (2nd Saturday)
World Porridge Day: 9 Link (Saturday of first full week)
*World Post Card Day: 9 Link


Clergy Appreciation Day (or Pastor Appreciation Day or Ministry Appreciation Day)
(No official sponsor. Always 2nd Sunday) : 10
Father-Daughter Day: 10 (2nd Sunday)
*Hug A Drummer Day: 10 Link Link
*International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction: 10
*International Newspaper Carrier Day: 10
*International Stage Mangement Day: 10 Link
*Motorsports Memorial Day: 10
*National Cake Decorating Day: 10

*National Handbag Day: 10 Link
*Naval Academy Day: 10
*Squid & Cuttlefish Day: 10 Link
*US Naval Academy Day: 10
*World Day Against The Death Penalty: 10 Link
*World Homeless Day: 10 Link
*World Mental Health Day: 10


Columbus Day: 11 L ink Link Observed
*General Pulaski Memorial Day: 11 (President) Link (Note: See also March 7)
Indigenous Peoples' Day: 11 (2nd Monday )
*International Day of The Girl Child: 11 Link
*Myths & Legends Day For All Fantasy Movie, Books and Legends Cephalopods: 11 Link
*National Coming Out Day: 11
National Kick Butt Day: 11 (2nd Monday)
National Online Banking Day: 11 Link (2nd Monday)
Native American Day: 11 (2nd Monday )
*Southern Food Heritage Day: 11

Ada Lovelace Day: 12 (2nd Tuesday)
*Columbus Day: 12 LINK Link (Traditional but always observed on 2nd Monday)
*Day of the Six Billion: 12 Link
*Drink Local Wine Day: 12
*Free Thought Day: 12
*International Day Against DRM: 12 Link
International Face Your Fears Day: 12 (2nd Tuesday)
*International Moment of Frustration Scream Day: 12
*National Farmer's Day: 12 Link
*National Savings Day: 12 Link
*Stem Cell Awareness Day: 12 Link
*World Arthritis Day: 12 Link
World Child Development Day: 12 (2nd Tuesday)

Bullying Prevention Day: 13 (2nd Wednesday)
Emergency Nurses Day: 13 (2nd Wednesday) Link
*English Language Day: 13 Link
*International Day for Disaster Reduction: 13
*International Day for Failure: 13 Link
International Top Spinning Day: 13 (2nd Wednesday)
*Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day: 13 Link
National Bring Your Teddy Bear To Work & School Day: 13 (2nd Wednesday)
*National Chess Day: 13
Link (See also 9th)
National Curves Day: 13 Link (2nd Wednesday)
National Depression Screening Day: 13 Link (2nd Thursday)
National Fossil Day: 13 Link (On Wednesday of Earth Science Week)
*National No Bra Day: 13 Link (Also July 8)
National Take Your Parents To Lunch Day: 13 (2nd Wednesday)
*Navy Birthday: 13 Link
National Pet Obesity Awareness Day: 13 Link
S.A.V.E. (Stop America's Violence Everywhere) : 13 Link (2nd Wednesday)
*Silly Sayings Day: 13
*World Thrombosis Day: 13 Link

*Be Bald and Be Free Day: 14
*Spider-Man Day: 14 Link (See also Aug. 1)
World Sight Day: 14 Link (2nd Thursday)
*World Standards Day: 14 Link


*Blind Americans Equality Day: 15
Global Champagne Day: 15 (Third Friday) Link
*Global Handwashing Day: 15 Link

*International Day of Rural Women: 15
*I Love Lucy Day: 15
Mammography Day: 15 (Third Friday)
*National Aesthetician Day: 15 Link
*National Boss's Day (or Boss's Day) : 15 Link (Annually Oct. 16. Unless if falls on a weekend. Then it's the closest workday.
*National Cake Decorating Day: 15
*National Cheese Curd Day: 15 Link
* National Grouch Day: 15
*National Latino AIDS Awareness Day: 15 Link
*National Shawarma Day: 15 Link
*National White Cane Safety Day: 15 Link
*National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day: 15 Link

American Frog Day: 16 Link (3rd Saturday)
Bridge Day: 16 Link (3rd Saturday)
*Department Store Day: 16
*Dictionary Day: 16 (Noah Webster's Birthday. Different than one in April)
*Global Cat Day: 16
*National Feral Cat Day: 16
Link
Peace Officer Memorial Day: 16 Link Link (Moved from May 15)
Sloth International Day: 16 Link (3rd Saturday)
Sweetest Day: 16 (3rd Saturday)
US Oyster Day: 16-17
*World Anesthesia Day: 16 Link

*World Food Day: 16
*World Spine Day: 16 Link


*Black Poetry Day: 17
*International Day for the Eradication of Poverty: 17
*Mulligan Day: 17
*National Edge Day: 17 Link
*National Pasta Day: 17 Link
*National Playing Card Collectors Day: 17
National Sunday School Teacher Appreciation Day: 17 (3rd Sunday)
*National Vehophobia Awareness Day: 17 Link

*Wear Something Gaudy Day: 17
World Toy Camera Day: 17 (Third Sunday)


*Hard Boiled Guy/Girl Day: 18 Link
*International Legging Day: 18 Link
*International Necktie Day: 18 Link
Lung Health Day: 18 (Monday of Respiratory Care Week.)
Mawlid Al Nabi: 18 (at Sundown)
*Meatloaf Appreciation Day: 18 Link
*National Chocolate Cupcake Day: 18
National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day: 18 (3rd Monday)
*National Exascale Day: 18 Link
*Newpaper Comic Strip Appreciation Day: 18
Rabi'i: 18
*World Menopause Day: 18


*Evaluate Your Life Day: 19
*LGBT Center Awareness Day: 19 (Used to be 9/15)
Milad un Nabi (Shia): 19
National Pharmacy Technician Day: 19 Link (3rd Tuesday)
Pay Back A Friend Day: 19 Link
(3rd Tuesday)
Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity: 19 Link (
3rd Tuesday)
Rabi'-al-Awwal: 19 Link

BRA Day USA: 20 Link (breast reconstruction) (3rd Wednesday)
Hagfish Day: 20 Link (3rd Wednesday)
Information Overload Day: 20 Link (3rd Wednesday)
*International Chefs Day: 20 Link
*International Kissing Day: 20-21 Link
International Print Day: 20 Link (3rd Wednesday)
Medical Assistants Recognition Day:20 Link (Wednesday of Third Full Week)
Milad Un Nabi: 20 (at Sundown)
*Miss American Rose Day: 20
Sukkot: 20-27 (at Sundown)
Support Your Local Chamber of Commerce: 20 (3rd Wednesday)
Unity Day: 20 Link (3rd or 4th Wednesday)
*World Statistics Day: 20 (Observed every 5 years. Next one 2025)

*Celebration of The Mind Day: 21 Link
Conflict Resolution Day: 21 Link (3rd Thursday)
Get Smart About Credit Day: 21
(3rd Thursday)
Get to Know Your Customers Day: 21 ( January 21, April 15, July 15 and October 21 = 3rd Thurs. of Each Quarter)
*Global Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) Prevention Day: 21
International Credit Union Day: 21 (3rd Thursday) Link
*Reptile Awareness Day: 21 Link
Thank Your Cleaner Day: 21 Link
Spirit Day: 21 Link (3rd Thursday)

*Caps Locks Day: 22 Verification Link removed due to profanity
*International Stuttering Awareness Day: 22
*Kof Awareness Day: 22 Link
*Make A Dog's Day Day: 22 Link
*National Nut Day: 22 Link
*Smart is Cool Day: 22

*IPod Day: 23
Kiwanis One Day: 23 Link (4th Saturday)
Make A Difference Day:23
(4th Saturday)
*Mole Day: 23 Link
*National Mole Day: 23 Link (Avogadro number)
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day: 23 Link
Pit Bull Awareness Day: 23 Link (4th Saturday)
*Swallows Depart from San Juan Capistrano Day: 23
*TV Talk Show Host Day: 23 (Always on Johnny Carson's birthday)


*Food Day: 24 Link
Mother-in-Law Day: 24 (Always 4th Sunday)
Reformation Sunday: 24 (Last Sunday.)
*Recycle Your Mercury Thermostat Day: 24
*United Nations Day: 24
Visit A Cemetery Day: 24 (Last Sunday)
*World Development Information Day: 24
Xterra World Championships: 24 ?

Accountant's Day or Accounting Day: 25 (International Accounting Day is in November)
*International Artists Day: 25
Link
*Chucky, The Notorious Killer Doll Day: 25 Link
*Sourest Day: 25
*St. Crispin's Day: 25 Link
*World Pasta Day: 25 Link

*Howl at The Moon Night: 26 Link
*Intersex Awareness Day: 26 Link
*Mule Day: 26 (Historical, not celebration.)
Honors the importation of the first Spanish Jacks to the US which were a gift from King Charles III of Spain delivered October 26, 1785 in Boston.George Washington then began breeding them in the US. For the celebration, go to March 31 or Columbia, TN )
*National Chicken Fried Steak Day: 26 Link
*National Day of The Deployed: 26
*National Financial Crime Fighter Day: 26 Link

*Black Cat Day: 27 Link
*Cranky Co-workers Day: 27
*Navy Day: 27 Link
*World Day for Audiovisual Heritage: 27 Link


*Champagne Day: 28 (US Champagne Bureau. Different than one on Dec. 28) Link
*National Chocolate Day: 28 Link
*National Internal Medicine Day: 28 Link
*St. Jude's Day: 28

Frankenstein Friday: 29 (Last Friday
*Internet Day: 29 Link
International Bandanna Day: 29 Link (Last Friday)
National Breadstix (Bread Sticks) Day: 29 (Last Friday)
*National Cat Day: 29 Link
*National Hermit Day: 29 Link
National Pharmacy Buyer Day: 29 Link (Friday of Last Full Week)
*Read for The Record Day: 29 Link
*World Psoriasis Day: 29 Link
*World Stroke Day: 29 Link

Allantide: 30 (Closest Saturday to Halloween) Link
*Checklist Day: 30
*Create A Great Funeral Day: 30 Link
*Devil's Night or Mischief Night: 30
*Haunted Refrigerator Night: 30
*National Candy Corn Day: 30 Link
*National Publicist Day: 30 Link
*Speak Up For Service Day: 30 Link
*World Audio Drama Day: 30

*Beggars' Night: 31
*Books For Treats Day: 31
*Day of the Seven Billion: 31 Link
*Girl Scout Founder's Day: 31 Link
* Halloween or All Hallows Eve: 31
*Magic Day: 31
*National Caramel Apple Day: 31 Link
*National Doorbell Day: 31 Link
*National Knock-Knock Jokes Day: 31
*National Magic Day: 31
*National UNICEF Day: 31
*Samhain: 31 Link
*World Cities Day: 31
*World Savings Day: 31 Link

The full moon on the 20th this year is also the "Harvest Moon" because it is the full moon that is nearest the autumnal equinox extends the hours of light into evening and helps the harvester with a long day's work.

Full Moon on the 20th is called "Hunter's Moon" by Native Americans of New England and the Great Lakes because at this time of the year the deer are fattened and it's time to hunt (as well as many other animals.) Since all the crops are harvested, it's now time to gather food by hunting animals.

On October 7th, there will be the Draconids Meteor Shower.
On October 21st, there will be the Orionids Meteor Shower.


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What ever became of Microsoft's $150 million investment in Apple?

In August of 1997, Apple and Microsoft decided to put the past behind them and focus on the future. At that year's Macworld event, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates announced that the two companies had entered into a historic agreement. In addition to agreeing to a broad patent cross-licensing agreement, Microsoft promised to support Microsoft Office for the Mac for 5 years while Apple agreed to make Internet Explorer the default web browser on the Mac.

Microsoft also promised to invest approximately $150 million for shares of Apple non-voting preferred stock. Though the Mac faithful at the time were wary of Microsoft, Steve Jobs at the time famously explained that "we have to let go of this notion that for Apple to win, Microsoft has to lose."

The deal between the two companies was mutually beneficial from every angle. Apple got some much needed cash while Microsoft was able to keep a weakened competitor afloat, thereby alleviating concerns about the company's monopolistic power.

Since then, Apple has enjoyed an unparalleled resurgence, ascending from the brink of bankruptcy to one of the most valuable companies on the planet.

That being the case, one can only wonder: What ever became of Microsoft's $150 million investment?

Microsoft's $150 million investment netted the company 150,000 shares of preferred stock, convertable to common shares of Apple stock at a price of $8.25, redeemable after a three year period. By 2001, Microsoft had converted all of its shares into common stock, netting the company approximately 18.1 million shares.

But by 2003, Microsoft had sold its entire stake in Apple.

But what if the folks at Redmond decided to hold on to their Apple shares? How much would they be worth today?

Well, Apple stock split on a 2-for-1 basis twice since the agreement, once in June of 2000 and again in 2005. At the time of the first split, the three year window had not yet passed so let's just assume that Microsoft's shares would have split only once. That would have given the company 36.2 million shares.

At the close of trading on Monday, shares of Apple were trading at $604.59. If Microsoft still had their shares, they'd be worth $21.86 billion, a hell of a return for the initial outlay of $150 million.

Note that this isn't meant to disparage Microsoft, but rather to point out how incredibly high Apple's share price has been. And besides, the influx of cash was never about Microsoft pursuing an investment opportunity.


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