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Friday, Dec 15
An article published in the scientific journal “Joule” says that Greek yogurt could be used to power jet
planes. *** So, you’ll know we might be gearing up for war if you see a lot of Air Force uniforms in the dairy aisle.
Mike Hughes, a limousine driver and amateur rocket hobbyist, has built a manned rocket that he plans
to fly to 1,800 feet to take a picture proving that the earth is flat. *** Rocket experts say that although the
Earth is not flat, there’s a good chance that Mr. Hughes will be.
On this date in history: Dec 15, 1891 – James Naismith invents basketball in Canada. *** Of course, that
was the Canadian version, which was played with a ball, a hoop and hockey sticks.
On this date in history: Dec 15, 1985 – Sylvester Stallone and Brigitte Nielson wed. *** When the
minister asked the traditional questions, Bridget answered, “I do” and Sly answered, “Yo.”
On this date in history: Dec 15, 1995 – Playboy goes back on sale after 36 year ban in Ireland. *** It
was a special edition for Ireland—the centerfold was a nude leprechaun.
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