What your coffee knows.
The first image of a black hole was announced on this date in 2019.
Your coffee appreciates the gravity of the announcement.
On this date in 1991, Georgia declared its independence from the Soviet Union.
Your coffee remembers the celebrations in Atlanta!
Midtown Manhattan’s Longacre Square was renamed as Times Square on this date in 1904.
Your coffee claims it is a “fake square.”
On this date in 1827, British druggist John Walker sold the first box of his newly invented friction matches.
Your coffee did not start the fire.
The Dover Straits Earthquake occurred on this date in 1580.
Your coffee blames bad acting and poor scripts.
On this date in 2000, Microsoft Corporation was found to have violated the Sherman Antitrust Act.
Your coffee wants to play Monopoly.
Mafia boss John Gotti was convicted of murder and racketeering on this date in 1992.
Your coffee wants a non-stick carafe.
On this date in 1854, the first serialized installment of Charles Dickens’ novel Hard Times was published.
Your coffee wants to draw a picture of a horse for Mr. Gradgrind.
A performance of modernist music conducted by Arnold Schoenberg incited a riot in Vienna on this date in 1913.
Your coffee wants to be stirred with a taser-enhanced baton.
Nothing earlier in April, yet. . .