On This Day: Snoopy Learned to Walk!

On this day in 1956, much to the surprise of everyone, Snoopy learned to walk on 2 legs!  Snoopy is known as the most dynamic character in the Peanuts series and there is no doubt his ability to walk on 2 legs separates him from just any other dog.

Also On This Day:

  • National Whipped Cream Day – we were going to post a little scene from a movie called Varsity Blues, but it didn’t pass our censors!
  • National Bird Day
  • Bean Day
  • Twelfth Day of Christmashangovers!
  • (1914) Ford Motor Company announces the 8-hour work day & $5 minimum daily wage
  • (1933) Construction begins on the Golden Gate Bridge
  • (1970) The soap opera “All My Children” premiered on ABC
  • (1993) Washington State hangs Westley Allan Dodd in the last legal hanging in America
  • (2004) Pete Rose finally admitted to betting on baseball

Birthdays and Remembrances:

Bradley Cooper (36)

Marilyn Manson (42)

George “Superman” Reeves (1914-1959)

Kristin Cavallari (24)

RIP Amelia Earheart (1897-1939)

Shah Jahan (1592-1666) – Emperor of India; Built the Taj Mahal

King Camp Gillette (1855-1932) – Invented modern razor & blade system

 

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