What your coffee knew in February 2009.
People magazine first went on sale on this day in 1974.
Your coffee read about it in Us magazine.
The first traffic lights were installed in Manhattan on this day in 1930.
The red light on your coffeemaker means “go”.
On this day in 1836, Samuel Colt patented the revolver.
Your coffee carries a Walther PPK.
Elton John was knighted on this day in 1998.
But, oh, how your coffee tastes so real.
On this day in 1896, Leo Hirshfield introduced the Tootsie Roll.
Your coffee is neither choc-choc-chocolatey nor chew-chew-chewy.
The United States Post Office was established on this day in 1792.
Your coffee wants to know how many stamps to put on a two-page email.
Thomas Edison patented the phonograph on this day in 1878.
Your coffee thinks that must be some kind of a record.
The first 3-D movie opened on this day in 1953.
Your coffee looks silly in these glasses.
Blondie Boopadoop married Dagwood Bumstead on this day in 1933.
Don’t let Mr. Dithers find out that you’re on a coffee break.
On this day in 1923, Howard Carter opened King Tutankhamun’s tomb.
Your coffee is vacuum-packed for freshness.
The Dow Jones average closed above 7,000 points for the first time on this day in 1997.
Your coffee is a stimulus package.
On this day in 2004, Mattel announced that Ken and Barbie were breaking up.
Your coffee is dating Malibu Stacy.
The "Archie Comics" comic book debuted on this day in 1942.
Jughead’s hat is not a coffee beanie.
The Deep Blue supercomputer defeated chess champion Garry Kasparov in a game for the first time on this day in 1996.
Your coffee is just a pawn in the game of life.
William G. Morgan invented volleyball on this day in 1895.
Your coffee was served, then spiked.
Today is the birthday of Bob Marley.
Your coffee did not shoot the deputy.
“The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour” premiered on CBS on this day in 1967.
Your coffee always liked you best.
On this day in 1998, Bill Gates was hit by a pie in the face in Flanders, Belgium.
Your coffee goes well with pie.
On this day in 1967, Jimi Hendrix recorded “Purple Haze.”
Whatever it is, that coffee put a spell on me.
Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, observed its first Groundhog Day on this date in 1887.
Your coffee celebrates Marmot Day.