What your coffee knew in December 2014.
The BBC first broadcast the chimes of Big Ben on this date in 1923.
Your coffee wants a timer with a double three-legged gravity escapement.
On this date in 1896, Ernie McClea of the Montreal Victorias scored the first hat-trick in Stanley Cup play.
Your coffee wants a power-play.
Sheb Wooley recorded the first commercial record made in Nashville, Tennessee, on this date in 1945.
Your coffee wants a one-eyed one-horned flying purple people eater.
On this date in 1871, “Thespis,” the first collaboration between Gilbert and Sullivan, premiered at the Gaiety Theatre in London.
Your coffee wants to go climbing over rocky mountain with the little maid of Arcadee.
Today is Isaac Newton’s 372nd birthday.
Your coffee is aware both of the optics and the gravity of the situation.
On this date in 1906 Reginald Fessenden transmitted the first wireless audio broadcast.
Your coffee wants a bare-point electrolytic rectifying detector.
“A Visit from St. Nicholas” was first published on this date in 1823.
Your coffee wants to meet a right jolly old elf.
On this date in 1937 the Lincoln Tunnel between Manhattan and New Jersey first opened to traffic.
Your coffee wants to spend the solstice in Weehawken.
Rolls-Royce sold its last Silver Ghost in London, England, on this date in 1924.
Your coffee wants a carafe with an open-top Roi-des-Belges body.
On this date in 1987 Larry Wall released the first version of his Perl programming language.
Your coffee just GREPed it in the comp.sources.misc archives.
Schubert’s “Unfinished Symphony” had its first performance on this date in 1865.
Your coffee wants a coda.
On this date in 1951, in a special preview, NBC debuted the television series “Dragnet.”
Your coffee wants a mugshot.
The Soviet spacecraft Venera 7 landed on Venus, the first soft-landing by a human-built spacecraft on another planet, on this date in 1970.
Your coffee never wanted to leave Cosmos 359 behind.
On this date in 1951, Paula Ackerman became the first woman in the United States to perform rabbinical functions for a congregation.
Your coffee recommends the babka following Shabbat services at Beth Israel.
North Carolina established the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on this date in 1789.
Your coffee was brewed with water from the Old Well.
On this date in 1684, Edmund Halley read Isaac Newton’s “De motu corporum in gyrum,” which derived Kepler’s Laws from Newton’s theory of gravity, to the Royal Society.
Your coffee believes that what goes around comes around.
The first episode of “Coronation Street” was broadcast by ITV in Britain on this date in 1960.
Your coffee wants a pint at The Rovers Return pub.
On this date in 1998, the United States Supreme Court ruled that police could not search a car after issuing a routine traffic citation without the driver’s consent.
Your coffee wants a ticket to ride and a Get Out of Jail Free card.