This Day in History: Earthquakes, Cuba, and Cher

May 2oth

  • 526- A huge earthquake kills around 300,000 in Syria and Antiochia.
  • 1609- Shakespeare’s sonnets are originally published.
  • 1896- The six ton chandelier of the Palais Garnier falls and crushes a human.
  • 1902- Cuba gains independence from the U.S.
  • 1980- Quebec fails to gain independence from Canada.
  • 1990- Romania holds it’s first election after the fall of communism in the nation.
  • 1995- Quebec fails to gain independence from Canada.  Again.

Birthday Shoutouts

  • English singer Joe Coker, 65.
  • My personal favorite ultra-liberal and Hollywood communist Cher, 63.
  • Wife of the maverick Cindy McCain, 55.
  • Son of da bomb dot com Prez Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan Jr., 51.

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Thanks for reading!

Rick

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