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Friday, May 25

Kellogg’s is adding a new flavor to its “Froot Loops” mix.  It’s in the shape of a purple star and is
called “Wild Berry.”
 ***  They’re also planning to add a black star and call it “Chuck Berry.”

The mayor of West Hollywood, John Duran, declared May 23rd “Stormy Daniels Day,” and presented
Ms. Daniels with a key to the city.
 ***  He also gave her the keys to his condo, his ski lodge and his beach

On this date in history:  May 25, 1922 – Babe Ruth is suspended for one day and fined $200 for
throwing dirt on an umpire.
 ***  What happens when you throw dirt depends on who you are—If you’re a
baseball player, you get fined; if you’re a politician, you get elected.

On this date in history:  May 25, 1962 – The Isley Brothers release "Twist & Shout."  ***   In those days
that was the teenage version of multi-tasking.

On this date in history:  May 25, 1968 – The Rolling Stones release "Jumpin’ Jack Flash."  ***  They’re
now planning to record an updated version: “Jumpin’ Jack Flash Drive.”
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