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On This Day: April 15th

Courtesy of flickr user A National Acrobat

It is the day of reckoning. Time to pay the piper. It is April 15th. Somewhere, Willie Nelson is keeping a low profile. On this day in 1755, Samuel Johnson’s “A Dictionary of the English Language” was published. Good Lord, how many dictionaries were there? Aren’t they all the same words? In 1896, closing ceremonies for the first Olympiad took place in Athens, Greece. Back then, the high dive was a trash can and a kiddie pool. And 15 years ago today, the #1 song was…

“No News” by Lonestar.

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