On This Day: National Go for Broke Day

Go For Broke DayIf you’ve been thinking of testing your luck or giving something your best try, April 5th is your day.  Today is National Go for Broke Day.  Did you hold back on your NCAA bracket?  Not give your last relationship a chance?   Are you unsure about switching careers?  Today is your day to “go for broke”!  What’s the worst that can happen?  You’ll never know if you don’t give it an honest try.  How do you think DCP was started?

A Day Without ShoesOther Holidays:

Also On This Day:

  • PocahontasPocahontas married John Rolfe (1614)
  • The Mayflower left Plymouth, MA to return for Britain (1621)
  • President George Washington exercised the 1st presidential veto (1792)
  • Ghandi broke British law when he marched to the sea and made salt (1930)
  • Winston Churchill resigned as Prime Minister (1955)
  • Fox made its TV debut (1987)

Kurt CobainBirthdays & Remembrances:

  • Pharrell (38)
  • Colin Powell (74)
  • Bette Davis (1908-1989)
  • Booker T. Washington (1856-1915)
  • RIP Howard Hughs (1905-1976)
  • RIP Sam Walton (1918-1992)
  • RIP Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)

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