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Everything You Do is Right Day

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Everything You Do is Right Day

When : Always March 16th

Everything You Do is Right Day just might be a perfect day. Life is filled with ups and downs. Some days are good days. Some days are bad days. Most often, there's both good and bad in any given day. You take lifes ups and downs with a grain of salt. Every once in a while, a day comes along where everything you do goes well.....the perfect day!

Today is just the opposite of yesterday- - Everything you Think is Wrong Day. Sure, there is more than subtle differences in interpretation and meaning of the two days. But, you get the picture. Today is going to be your day... a good, errr make that great day!

We hope everything you do goes right today and every day.

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This Day in History March 16th

Babylonians capture Jerusalem, and replace Jehoiachin with Zedekiah as king. (597 BC)

Massacre of Jews at Clifford's Tower, York. (1190)

Ferdinand Magellan reaches the Philippines. (1521)

Samoset, a Mohegan, visited the settlers of Plymouth Colony and greets them, "Welcome, Englishmen! My name is Samoset." (1621)

American Revolutionary War: Spanish troops capture the British-held island of Roatán. (1782)

The Army Corps of Engineers is established to found and operate the United States Military Academy at West Point. (1802)

Edward Clark becomes Governor of Texas, replacing Sam Houston, who has been evicted from the office for refusing to take an oath of loyalty to the Confederacy. (1861)

American Civil War: During the Red River Campaign, Union troops reach Alexandria, Louisiana. (1864)

American Civil War: The Battle of Averasborough began as Confederate forces suffer irreplaceable casualties in the final months of the war. (1865)

Lawrence Oates, an ill member of Robert Falcon Scott's South Pole expedition, left his tent to die, saying: "I am just going outside and may be some time." (1912)

The 7th and 10th US cavalry regiments under John J. Pershing cross the US-Mexico border to join the hunt for Pancho Villa. (1916)

History of Rocketry: Robert Goddard launches the first liquid-fueled rocket, at Auburn, Massachusetts. (1926)

Adolf Hitler orders Germany to rearm herself in violation of the Treaty of Versailles. Conscription is reintroduced to form the Wehrmacht. (1935)

Warmer-than-normal temperatures rapidly melt snow and ice on the upper Allegheny and Monongahela rivers and lead to a major flood in Pittsburgh. (1936)

From Prague Castle, Hitler proclaims Bohemia and Moravia a German protectorate. (1939)

First person killed in a German bombing raid on the UK in World War II during a raid on Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands, James Isbister. (1940)

The first V-2 rocket test launch. It exploded at lift-off. (1942)

World War II: The Battle of Iwo Jima ended, but small pockets of Japanese resistance persisted. (1945)

Ninety percent of Würzburg, Germany is destroyed in only 20 minutes by British bombers. 5,000 are killed. (1945)

The Ford Motor Company produces its 50 millionth automobile, the Thunderbird, averaging almost a million cars a year since the company's founding. (1958)

Launch of Gemini 8, the 12th manned American space flight and first space docking with the Agena Target Vehicle. (1966)

Vietnam War: In the My Lai massacre, between 347 and 500 Vietnamese villagers (men, women, and children) are killed by American troops. (1968)

General Motors produces its 100 millionth automobile, the Oldsmobile Toronado. (1968)

British Prime Minister Harold Wilson resigns, citing personal reasons. (1976)

Former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro is kidnapped and later killed by his captors. (1978)

Supertanker Amoco Cadiz splits in two after running aground on the Portsall Rocks, three miles off the coast of Brittany, resulting in the 5th-largest oil spill in history. (1978)

William Buckley, the CIA station chief in Beirut, Lebanon, is kidnapped by Islamic fundamentalists and later died in captivity. (1984)

Associated Press newsman Terry Anderson is taken hostage in Beirut. He is released on December 4, 1991. (1985)

Iran-Contra Affair: Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North and Vice Admiral John Poindexter are indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States. (1988)

Halabja poison gas attack: The Kurdish town of Halabjah in Iraq is attacked with a mix of poison gas and nerve agents on the orders of Saddam Hussein, killing 5000 people and injuring about 10000 people. (1988)

Mississippi formally ratifies the Thirteenth Amendment, becoming the last state to approve the abolition of slavery. The Thirteenth Amendment was officially ratified in 1865. (1995)

Rachel Corrie, a 23-year-old American woman involved with the International Solidarity Movement, is killed trying to prevent a Palestinian home from being destroyed by a bulldozer in Rafah. (2003)

Israel officially hands over Jericho to Palestinian control. (2005)
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