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Blame Someone Else Day

Friday, June 13, 2014

Blame Someone Else Day



When : The first Friday the 13th of the year.


What a great time you can have on this day. Imagine all the problems, errors, and mistakes you could heap on someone else today. On this day you don't have to take responsibility, or the blame, for any faux pas on your part. On the downside, this day comes as a double edged sword. While you are busy putting the blame elsewhere, someone might just be putting the blame on you!





So.......if the is somethin wrong whif the spellin of this artickle, it's not my fallt.....its' yours.



Blame Someone Else Day could just be your day. But, watch out..... any blame you place today, can come back to bite you tomorrow. After all...what comes around goes around.

Origin of Blame Someone Else Day:
We discovered no substantial information about the origin of this day. In the spirit of the day, we will tell you that it wasn't us. We'll put the blame on someone else for starting this day.

We put the blame on Anne Moeller of Clio, Michigan for creating this day. On the first Friday the 13th of 1982, Anne's alarm clock did not go off, and she over slept. As a result, she was late for appointments all day long. According to the story, she spent the day spreading the blame, and making excuses for being late.

This Day in History June 13th

Martin Luther marries Katharina von Bora, against the celibacy rule decreed by the Roman Catholic Church for priests and nuns. (1525)

Georgia provincial governor James Oglethorpe begins an unsuccessful attempt to take Spanish Florida during the Siege of St. Augustine. (1740)

Rhode Island becomes the first of Britain's North American colonies to ban the importation of slaves. (1774)

American Revolutionary War: Marquis de Lafayette lands near Charleston, South Carolina, in order to help the Continental Congress to train its army. (1777)

Lewis and Clark Expedition: scouting ahead of the expedition, Meriwether Lewis and four companions sight the Great Falls of the Missouri River. (1805)

Grover Cleveland notices a rough spot in his mouth and on July 1 undergoes secret, successful surgery to remove a large, cancerous portion of his jaw; operation not revealed to US public until 1917, nine years after the president's death. (1893)

Yukon Territory is formed, with Dawson chosen as its capital. (1898)

World War I: the deadliest German air raid on London during World War I is carried out by Gotha G bombers and results in 162 deaths, including 46 children, and 432 injuries. (1917)

Aviator Charles Lindbergh receives a ticker-tape parade down 5th Avenue in New York City. (1927)

World War II: German combat elements - reinforced by the 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division - launch a counterattack on American forces near Carentan. (1944)

World War II: Germany launches a V1 Flying Bomb attack on England. Only four of the eleven bombs actually hit their targets. (1944)

The United States Supreme Court rules in Miranda v. Arizona that the police must inform suspects of their rights before questioning them. (1966)

U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson nominates Solicitor-General Thurgood Marshall to become the first black justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. (1967)

Governor of Texas Preston Smith signs a bill into law converting the former Southwest Center for Advanced Studies, originally founded as a research arm of Texas Instruments, into the University of Texas at Dallas. (1969)

"The Long and Winding Road" becomes the Beatles' last US Number 1 song. (1970)

Convicted Martin Luther King Jr. assassin James Earl Ray is recaptured after escaping from prison three days before. (1977)

Pioneer 10 becomes the first man-made object to leave the central Solar System when it passes beyond the orbit of Neptune (the furthest planet from the Sun at the time). (1983)

A jury in Anchorage, Alaska, blames recklessness by Exxon and Captain Joseph Hazelwood for the Exxon Valdez disaster, allowing victims of the oil spill to seek $15 billion in damages. (1994)

A jury sentences Timothy McVeigh to death for his part in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. (1997)

The United States withdraws from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. (2002)

A jury in Santa Maria, California acquits pop singer Michael Jackson of molesting 13-year-old Gavin Arvizo at his Neverland Ranch. (2005)

A series of bombings across Iraq, including Baghdad, Hillah and Kirkuk, kills at least 93 people and wounds over 300 others. (2012)

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