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09/20/20 Just Care

Sunday, September 20, 2020



"To make a difference in someone's life, you don't have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful, or perfect. You just have to care."



"I've gone wireless."









from NEW-CAZ
A man and his clone were walking along the rim of the Grand Canyon. 
The man and his clone were identical except for one thing - the clone loved to use foul language. 
The man didn't want to listen to his clone ranting all day, every day, using that kind of language, so he pushed his clone over the rim. 
That resulted in the first obscene clone-fall. 



It's National Pepperoni Pizza Day! Polls have shown pepperoni to be the most favorite topping over the years. There goes my calorie count for the day!
--International Doodle Dog Day: originally was scheduled for May 2nd but was postponed till today; today is to celebrate all the poodle-mix breeds around the world.
--National Back to Church Day: observed on the 3rd Sunday of September; today is a grassroots movement to encourage people to go to church.
--National Fried Rice Day: started in 2018 by Benihana by cooking their signature rice for 42 hours in an attempt to break the Guinness World Records for cooking marathons; there are many restaurants trying this weekend, so check your local listings.
--National Gibberish Day: today is a tongue-in-cheek celebration; gibberish refers to informal speech which can be in the form of random speech sounds or specific jargon that understood by a select few; gibberish refers to informal speech, while gobbledygook refers to the formal writing or speech that is so technical and convoluted that it can't be easily understood.
--National Punch Day: today is a salute to a sweet drink that sometimes has alcohol; the word punch comes from the Hindi word "panch" meaning 5; the original punch was made in India with 5 ingredients of spirits, lemons, sugar, water, and tea or spices; the British East India Company brought punch from India to Britain in the 17th century.
--National Queso Day: originally from Chihuahua of Mexico; chili con queso is a cheese dish that is a big part of the Tex-Mex cuisine.
--National String Cheese Day: a salute to a fun snack of mozzarella cheese; there has been different forms of string cheese through the centuries but the snack form we know was created by Frank or Francis Baker in 1976 (father/son and there's different versions as to who gets the credit); the cheese was created in response to customers' demand for a snacking cheese while waiting for their pizzas; Baker first molded the string cheese into ropes but then a few years later into the cylindrical version.
--National Wife Appreciation Day: observed the 3rd Sunday of September; today is a day to treat your wife and really think about everything she does for you to keep your day going smooth.
--National Women's Friendship Day: observed on the 3rd Sunday of September; today is a salute to the special bond between women; get together and have a good afternoon together.
--In 1973, Billie Jean King won the Battle of the Sexes. From timeanddate: "The mixed gender tennis match between top tennis player Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King was held in Houston, Texas after Riggs won another mixed gender match against Margaret Court earlier in the year. The matches were prompted by Riggs’ comments that even at an age of 55, he could beat any female tennis player. King beat Riggs and took home the $100,000 prize money. The match was and still is one of the most viewed tennis matches on television - it was watched by about 90 million people around the world."
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