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What is the History of Every Day? It is a discussion, podcast, video-blog, and overall link to information on the history that surrounds us every day.

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On This Day in History: April 26
<p>Thursday April 26, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history</p>
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On This Day in History: April 25
<p>Wednesday April 25, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history</p>
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What is the History of Toilet Paper?
<p>Have you ever thought of what it would be like without toilet paper? What did they do before this modern invention was created?  Here is the history of toilet paper.</p>
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On This Day in History: April 24
<p>Tuesday April 24, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history</p>
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On This Day in History: April 23
<p>Monday April 23, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history</p>
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On This Day in History: April 22
<p>Sunday April 22, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history</p>
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On This Day in History: April 21
<p>Saturday April 21, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history.</p>
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On This Day in History: April 20
<p>Friday April 20, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 19
<p>Thursday April 19, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 18
<p>Wednesday April 18, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 17
<p>Tuesday April 17, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 16
<p>Monday April 16, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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From the Archives: History of McDonalds and the Cheeseburger
<p>In honor of April 15th, the day McDonalds opened the first franchise, here is on my my first podcasts from a few years ago. </p> <p>Where did the cheeseburger come from and how did McDonalds get started?</p>
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On This Day in History: April 15
<p>Sunday April 15, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 14
<p>Saturday, April 14 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 13
<p>Friday, April 13 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 12
<p>Thursday April 12, 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 11
<p>Wednesday, April 11 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 10
<p>Tuesday, April 10 2018: Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 9
<p>Monday, April 9 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 8
<p>Sunday, April 8 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 7
<p>Saturday, April 7 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 6, 2018
<p>Friday, April 6 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 5, 2018
<p>Thursday, April 5 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 4, 2018
<p>Wednesday, April 4 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 3, 2018
<p>Tuesday, April 3 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 2, 2018
<p>Monday, April 2 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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On This Day in History: April 1 2018
<p>Sunday, April 1 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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History on this day: Saturday, March 31 2018
<p>Saturday, March 31 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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History on this day: Friday, March 30 2018
<p>Friday, March 30 2018 - Wake up with a little of what happened on this day in history. </p>
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Basketball
<p>March means March Madness for college basketball fans. In today’s podcast, I explore the history of basketball.</p> <p> </p>
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Bra’s on Television
<p>Here is a history audio moment celebrating the first showing of a woman in a bra on television!</p>
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St. Patrick’s Day
<p><span style="font-size:12pt;font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">St. Patrick’s Day occurs annually on March 17 in observance of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. What began as a religious feast day in the 17th century has evolved into a variety of festivals across the globe celebrating Irish culture with parades, special foods, music, dancing, and a whole lot of green.</span></p>
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Valentines Day
<p>Today is February 14th, that holiday some people love and some people hate.  Let’s explore a brief history of Valentines Day!</p>
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John Lennon and Jesus
<p>In 1966, John Lennon of the Beatles made a comment about the Beatles being bigger or more popular than the Jesus.  For today’s history audio moment, here is John Lennon defending his comments in August of 1966.</p>
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Groundhog Day
<p>It’s Groundhog Day! Unfortunately, you do not get the day off to watch Bill Murray in Groundhog Day.  Why do we think a little animal can predict the weather?  Today I explore the history of Groundhog Day!</p>
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Accidental History
<p>Many of the things we enjoy today were invented by accident.  Much of history happens by accident.  In this podcast, I explore some of the accidental inventions we enjoy today. </p>
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I am not a crook!
<p>Presidents are often accused of many things but income tax evasion should not be one of them.  Here is your history audio moment from November 17, 1973 with President Richard M. Nixon answering the question about cheating on his income taxes.</p>
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Blue Jeans
<p>Have a trusty pair of blue jeans that make help you face the day? Where did those trusty blue jeans come from?</p>
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Cop Rock
<p>If you were watching TV in 1990, chances are you did not watch this show….most people did not. It was one of the most bizarre ideas for a television show. It was not ahead of it’s time, it was simply awful!  Here is a history audio moment from the one season of Cop Rock.</p>
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Mr. Microphone
<p>Hey good looking, I’ll be back to pick you up later!  Remember this audio moment from 1978?</p>
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Pitfall
<p>It was 1982 and a new video game for the Atari 2600 revolutionized gaming as we know it today.  Here is a history audio moment from Pitfall Harry.</p>
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January
<p>Lets discover January, the first month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the second month of winter.</p>
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Bacon
<p>It’s national bacon day! Enjoy your bacon and listen to the history of bacon!</p>
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Smoking and Cartoons
<p>It is hard to imagine a time when cartoons advertised smoking cigarettes. Here is an audio moment with Fred Flintstone pitching his favorite brand…Winstons. </p>
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Christmas Truce 1914
<p>During World War I, on and around Christmas Day 1914, the sounds of rifles firing and shells exploding faded in a number of places along the Western Front in favor of holiday celebrations in the trenches and gestures of goodwill between enemies.</p>
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A Visit from St. Nicholas
<p><span style="font-family:'Times New Roman';font-size:medium;"> Scott Cooper reads from the original printing of A Visit from St. Nicholas or The Night Before Christmas….</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin:0in 0in 10pt;"><span style="font-family:Calibri;"><span style="font-size:medium;">According to legend</span><span style="font-size:medium;">, Clement Clarke Moore wrote his immortal poem, </span><em><span style="font-size:medium;">A Visit from St. Nicholas</span></em><span style="font-size:medium;">, also known as </span><em><span style="font-size:medium;">The Night Before Christmas</span></em><span style="font-size:medium;">, for his family on Christmas Eve 1822. He never intended that it be published, but a family friend, Miss Harriet Butler, learned of the poem sometime later from Moore’s children. She copied it into her album, and submitted it to the editor of the </span><em><span style="font-size:medium;">Troy</span></em><span style="font-size:medium;"> [...]</span></span></p>
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Wedding Ring
<p>60 million Americans are married but do you know why we wear a wedding ring as the symbol of our marriage?  Let’s explore the history of the wedding ring. </p>
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Super Chicken
<p>Here is a history audio moment that will take some of you back to your youth in front of the television after school…</p>
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History Audio Moment
<p>Here is a history audio moment from October 20th, 1944….</p>
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Thanksgiving
<p>In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies. For more than two centuries, days of thanksgiving were celebrated by individual colonies and states. It wasn’t until 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, that President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national Thanksgiving Day to be held each November. Let’s explore the history of Thanksgiving.</p>
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Deodorant
<p>Does your daily routine involve spraying or rolling deodorant under your arm? Where did this all begin? Today we explore the history of deodorant.</p>
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What is the history of Bacon?
<p>Now that McDonald’s is offering the bacon egg and cheese biscuit all day, why not explore that food we have loved for centuries….bacon! </p>
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Jumping the Shark
<p>I heard this term used the other day and thought it would be interesting to explore.  If you come from my generation, you might remember where jumping the shark came from but did you know it has evolved into a phrase we use every day to replace the last hurrah? </p>
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Computer Mouse
<p>Ever wonder where that computer mouse attached to your computer came from? Today, I explore the history of the computer mouse….</p>
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Opening doors and other traditions
<p>Where does the tradition of men opening doors come from? In today’s podcast, I explore the history of some traditions like opening doors for women, not wearing white after Labor Day, clinking your glasses after a toast and a few others.</p>
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European Union
<p><font face="Times New Roman" size="3"></font></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin:0in 0in 10pt;"><span style="line-height:115%;">Last week, Brittan voted to leave the European Union in a referendum called Brexit. I have seen many opinions about it in the media and although you might have heard about this in the news, you might not know anything about the European union. </span></p> <p><font face="Times New Roman" size="3"></font></p> <p> </p>
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The month of July
<p>July is the seventh month of the year and is one of seven months with the length of 31 days!  What else is going on with July? </p>
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Happy Dance Remixed
<p>The Dancing Plague of 1518 was a case of dancing mania that resulted in 400 people dancing for days without rest for a period of one month. It might not be considered a happy dance but what was it all about? Remixed from the original podcast in July 2015. </p>
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Father’s Day
<p>Honoring your father and mother have been a tradition for thousands of years but Father’s Day is a recent invention. Since the turn of the century, Father’s Day has grown from humble origins to a merchandise day that rivals Mother’s Day.  So, where did this holiday come from?</p>
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