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Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk Day

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk Day

When : Always February 11th

Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk Day is in recognition that everyone spills a little milk now and then. It's a day to be optimistic, think positive, look on the bright side, and to find something good in everything that happens. As the song says: Don't Worry, be Happy!

Today is a day to recognize that s_ _ _ happens. And, when it does, Don't worry, or fret, or cry over it. Rather, take a positive attitude and fix it, or get past it.

We all know the concept of the question: Is the glass half full or half empty? The pessimist sees it as half empty. The optimist sees it as half full. It's all an attitude towards life.

You should participate in "Don't Cry over Spilled Milk Day" with an optimistic attitude and a smile on your face.!

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This Day in History February 11th

Tiberius Claudius Caesar Britannicus, heir to the Roman emperorship, dies under mysterious circumstances in Rome. This clears the way for Nero to become Emperor. (55)

Henry VIII of England is recognized as supreme head of the Church of England. (1531)

Pennsylvania Hospital, the first hospital in the United States, is opened by Benjamin Franklin. (1752)

The Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, petitions U.S. Congress for abolition of slavery. (1790)

First session of United States Senate opens to the public. (1794)

Jesse Fell burns anthracite on an open grate as an experiment in heating homes with coal. (1808)

Massachusetts governor Elbridge Gerry "gerrymanders" for the first time. (1812)

American Civil War: United States House of Representatives unanimously passes a resolution guaranteeing noninterference with slavery in any state. (1861)

Emma Goldman is arrested for lecturing on birth control. (1916)

A sit-down strike ends when General Motors recognizes the United Auto Workers. (1937)

BBC Television produces the world's first ever science fiction television program, an adaptation of a section of the Karel Čapek play R.U.R., that coined the term "robot". (1938)

A Lockheed P-38 Lightning flies from California to New York in 7 hours 2 minutes. (1939)

World War II: The Battle of Bukit Timah is fought in Singapore. (1942)

World War II: General Dwight D. Eisenhower is selected to command the allied armies in Europe. (1943)

U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower refuses a clemency appeal for Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. (1953)

The Soviet Union breaks off diplomatic relations with Israel. (1953)

The Federation of Arab Emirates of the South, which will later become South Yemen, is created as a protectorate of the United Kingdom. (1959)

Israeli–Jordanian border clashes rage. (1968)

87 countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, and Soviet Union, sign the Seabed Arms Control Treaty outlawing nuclear weapons on the ocean floor in international waters. (1971)

Vietnam War: First release of American prisoners of war from Vietnam takes place. (1973)

Censorship: China lifts a ban on works by Aristotle, William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens. (1978)

100,000 US gallons (380 m3) of radioactive coolant leak into the containment building of TVA Sequoyah 1 nuclear plant in Tennessee, contaminating 8 workers. (1981)

Nelson Mandela is released from Victor Verster Prison outside Cape Town, South Africa after 27 years as a political prisoner. (1990)

Space Shuttle Discovery is launched on a mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope. (1997)

The first wave of the Egyptian revolution culminates in the resignation of Hosni Mubarak and the transfer of power to the Supreme Military Council after 18 days of protests. (2011)
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