What your coffee knows.
On this date in 1943, Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt concluded their Casablanca Conference.
Your coffee wants to play it again.
After a hiatus of more than a decade, François Rabelais published the Tiers Livre of Gargantua and Pantagruel on this date in 1546.
Your coffee is too good to be banned by the Sorbonne.
On this date in 1901, Edward VII became the King of the United Kingdom.
Your coffee never can, or shall, look at the current state of British politics without a shudder.
The Women’s March in protest of Donald Trump’s inauguration took place on this date in 2017.
Your coffee wants to send a bold message to the world that women’s rights are human rights.
On this date in 1937, Franklin Roosevelt became the first President to be sworn in on January 20.
Your coffee reserves the right to swear at the President on any date.
The United Nations Security Council held its first meeting on this date in 1946.
Your coffee wonders why it doesn’t feel more secure.
On this date in 1412, the Medici family became the Papacy’s official bankers.
Your coffee wants free personalized checks and a complimentary toaster.
The Great Molasses Flood took place in Boston on this date in 1919.
Your coffee does not require any sweetener.
On this date in 83 BC, Roman general Mark Antony was born.
Your coffee wants to lend him an ear and then kick him in the asp.
Michael Jordan announced his retirement from professional basketball on this date in 1999.
Your coffee wants a three-peat.
On this date in 1927, Fritz Lang’s movie “Metropolis” premiered in Germany.
Your coffee wants a documentary tour of Superman’s adopted home town.
The discovery of the first extra-solar planets was announced on this date in 1992.
Your coffee says, “They’re here!”
On this date in 1963, Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa made its first public appearance in the United States.
Your coffee wants a musical introduction by Nat King Cole.
While in pursuit of a UFO, Kentucky Air National Guard pilot Thomas Mantell crashed his plane on this date in 1948.
Your coffee wants to believe.
On this date in 1839, Ireland experienced the Night of the Big Wind.
Your coffee wants a more gentle Epiphany.
Pope Leo X excommunicated Martin Luther on this date in 1521.
Your coffee wants to be reheated at the Elster Gate in Wittenburg.
On this date in 1921, KDKA Radio in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, made the first religious radio broadcast.
Your coffee wants a 50,000-watt clear-channel hymnal.
At midnight on this date in 1970, time began for all Unix computers.
Your coffee wants to take leap seconds into account.