What your coffee knows.

June 14
The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Boston Celtics to win the NBA championship on this date in 1987.
Your coffee wants a parquet floor.

June 13
On this date in 1525, Catholic priest Martin Luther broke the Church’s celibacy rule by marrying Katharina von Bora.
Your coffee wants to know where they were registered.

June 12
The most expensive film made up to that time, “Cleopatra”, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, was released in US theaters on this date in 1963.
Your coffee wants a share of the gross.

June 11
On this date in 2008, the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope was launched.
Your coffee is our favorite dark matter.

June 10
The Mars Spirit rover was launched on this date in 2003.
Your coffee wants you to avoid sand traps.

June 7
On this date in 1776, Richard Henry Lee, Virginia delegate to the second Continental Congress, introduced a resolution that led to the Declaration of Independence.
Your coffee wants life, liberty, and free refills.

June 6
Walter Chrysler founded the Chrysler Corporation on this date in 1925.
Your coffee suggests that you should dodge any rams coming at you.

June 5
On this date in 1998, C-SPAN erroneously reported that Bob Hope had died.
Your coffee wants to watch “The Road to Retractions.”

June 4
The U.S. Senate approved the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and sent it to the states for ratification on this date in 1919.
Your coffee wants your vote!

June 3
On this date in 1943, the Zoot Suit Riots began in Los Angeles, California.
Your coffee wants a reet pleat!

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