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Wednesday, Feb 14
According to former Trump assistant Omarosa, Vice President Mike Pence claims that Jesus tells him
to say things. *** Determined to stay ahead of this story, White House lawyers immediately launched a
background check on Jesus.
CNN announced it is undergoing a restructuring and cutting several dozen jobs. *** To reduce
expenses, network officials said they’re eliminating the entire fake news department.
On this date in history: Feb 14, 1929 – The St. Valentine's Day massacre takes place on Chicago’s
North Side. *** The seven victims were the only men in Chicago with an acceptable excuse for not bringing ho
me flowers and a card that night.
On this date in history: Feb 14, 1978 –Texas Instruments patents the first "micro chip." *** It was the
most important invention since the chocolate chip.
On this date in history: Feb 14, 1988 – At 50 years old, Bobby Allison becomes oldest driver to win the
Daytona 500. *** He drove really well, but for the entire race he had his left turn signal on.
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