On This Day: National Be Nasty Day

National Be Nasty DayThere have been a lot of mushy, gushy, selfless holidays over the past couple weeks.  March 8th is an opportunity to throw that all aside and celebrate National Be Nasty Day.  Don’t hold the door or help an old lady across the street.  If you woke up on the wrong side of the bed, keep it that way!  Today may be the only day all year that you can get away with it.  Want to tell your boss how you really feel?  Go for it!  On second thought, you may be to refrain from celebrating around your boss.  Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

International Women's DayOther Holidays:

  • International (Working) Women’s Day – a worldwide celebration of political, economic, and social achievements
  • Girls Write Now Day (Girls Write Everywhere Day) – a day for girls everywhere to put pen to paper and show your creativity
  • Day for Women’s Rights & International Peace
  • Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday – it’s 12 o’clock somewhere!
  • http://www.pancakeday.net/International Pancake Day – celebrated with road races and other events, you better believe there’s an official website!  IHOP celebrated its National Pancake Day last Monday, March 1st, so the celebration did not interfere with Mardi Gras.
  • Organize Your Home Office Day – don’t have a home office? Here are some tips to get you started!
  • Unique Names Day – suddenly strange isn’t so strange
  • Paczki Day – indulge in these deep fried, Polish, pastries
  • National Peanut Cluster Day

http://www.nyse.com/Also On This Day:

  • The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was founded (1817)
  • International Women’s Day was 1st observed (1911)
  • Mahatma Ghandi initiated civil disobedience in India (1930)
  • The 1st commercial helicopter licensed was issued; New York City (1946)
  • Goodyear BlimpBR Walters became the 1st female medical officer assigned to a naval vessel (1950)
  • The Goodyear Blimp had its 1st flight (1972)
  • Paul & Linda McCartney were fined 100 pounds for growing marijuana (1973)
  • Charles de Gaulle Airport opened in Paris, France (1974)
  • Philips made the 1st public demonstration of the compact disc (1979)


James Van Der Beek

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Birthdays & Remembrances:

  • http://www.katvond.net/Kat Von D (29)
  • James Van Der Beek (34)
  • Freddie Prinze, Jr. (35) – so ’90s!
  • Cheryl “Salt” James, Salt-n-Peppa (47) – even MORE ’90’s!
  • Kathy Ireland (48)
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes (1841-1935)
  • RIP Joe DiMaggio (1914-1999)


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