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Xmas card sending frenzy drove to forget yesterday's factoid. So happily for my followers, you get two.

December 8, 2013: Metallica preformed a show in Antarctica, becoming the first band to perform on all seven continents.

December 9, 1851: The first YMCA in North America opened in Montreal, Canada.
December 7th 1972: Apollo 17, the last Apollo lunar landing mission, was launched.
December 6,, 1912: German archaeologist Ludwig Borchardt and his team fround the Nefertiti Bust in Amarna, Egypt.
December 5, 63 BCE: Cicero gave the fourth and final of the Catiline Orations, a series of speeches accusing senator Lucius Sergius Catiline of trying to overthrow the Roman Senate. ( I don't blame him if all they did was speechify.)
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Luckily, they didn't have Twitter or he'd had continued on and on and on... *Laugh*
December 4, 1909: The Montreal Canadiens, the world's oldest surviving professional hockey franchise, was founded.

Even better than that,at least from my viewpoint, it's my birthday and I'm 70 years young.
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December 3. 1947: Tennessee Williams' play A Streetcar Named Desire, debuted on Broadway.
December 2, 1697: St. Paul's Cathedral, rebuilt after the Great Fire of London, was consecrated.
December 1st 1955: Rosa Parks was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man, in an incident that spearheaded the civil rights movement.
November 30, 1872: The first-ever international soccer match took place at Hamilton Crescent in Glasgow, between Scotland and England.
November 29th 1929: U.S. Admiral Richard E. Byrd and three companions made the first flight over the South Pole.
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*Cool* No pun intended... *Laugh*
November 28, 1925: The Grande Ole Opry began broadcasting in Nashville, Tennessee, under the name: WSM Barn Dance.
Novermber 27, 2006: The House of Commons of Canada approved a motion introduced by then Prime Minister Stephen Harper recognizing the Quebecois as a nation within Canada. (Maybe he should have done the same to the Indigenous population as well)
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