I got time
You got the heat
I think we should meet
I’ll bring the method
Smooth as silk
Just one question
1862: First pasteurization test completed by Frenchmen Louis Pasteur and Claude Bernard
Much like parents
With an unruly child
The Curies nurtured
(that took years off their lives, making them suffer to the point they wished they were dead)
1902: Marie and Pierre Curie isolate the radioactive compound radium chloride
What makes us human
If you believe
Is the we
In the absence of the I
one loses how to be
With a single act
society is brought to its knees
1999: Columbine High School massacre: Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold kill 13 people and injure 24 others before committing suicide at Columbine High School, Colorado
Sisters, weird in a wayward way,
With incarnations of destiny
King hereafter you say
Maybe it’s just me
But I would read the fine print either way
1611: first known performance of Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth at the Globe Theatre, London, recorded by Simon Forman
1889: Adolf Hitler is Born!
Much is in a name.
I often wonder if Adolf’s family name hadn’t changed, would he have risen to power.
Schicklgruber doesn’t instill a sense of dread,
And Heil Schicklgruber! Doesn’t really roll off the tongue.
(that being said, Hitler is derived from one who lives in a hut, so…)
From the studios that brought you, The Curse of Frankenstein, and the oozing dread of Revenge of the Swamp Thing.
Now returns with a horrifying masterpiece of shocks and thrills.
Terror will be riding beside you in a little row boat with no paddle.
The Curse of the Swamp Rabbit!
Beware, this is one bad bunny, doc.
1979: President Jimmy Carter is attacked by a swamp rabbit which swam up to his fishing boat in Plains, Georgia
11.8.1847 ~ 4.20.1912
Author of Dracula died, or did he?
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