What your coffee knew in September 2015.
The first photographs of a live giant squid were taken on this date in 2004.
Your coffee wants to post on Instagram the largest photo of fried calamari ever.
On this date in 1966, the first Chevrolet Camaro went on sale.
Your coffee wants a 7-liter V8 powerplant in a GM F-body platform.
The first color telecast of a World Series baseball game took place on this date in 1955.
Your coffee wants to see Dodger Blue uniforms rendered in 4K high-def.
On this date in 1911, the ground-breaking for Fenway Park in Boston took place.
Your coffee has nightmares about a green monster.
The first steam-engine-powered airship traveled from Paris to Élancourt on this date in 1852.
Your coffee wants to ride in a Giffard dirigible.
On this date in 1999, the first Celebrate Bisexuality Day was celebrated.
Your coffee appreciates more dating options.
The Duke of York’s Picture House opened in Brighton, England, on this date in 1910.
Your coffee wants a front-row balcony seat.
On this date in 2003, the Galileo spacecraft ended its eight-year exploration of the Jupiter system by hurtling into the giant planet’s atmosphere.
Your coffee wants to be free of forward contamination.
Scotland voted against independence from the United Kingdom on this date in 2014.
Your coffee wants a Dundee cake.
On this date in 2011, the Occupy Wall Street Movement began in New York City’s Zuccotti Park.
Your coffee wants to blame Canada.
The Cherokee Strip Land Run was held on this date in 1893.
Your coffee wants to homestead on Maui.
On this date in 2008, Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy.
Your coffee’s got nuthin’.
Francis Scott Key wrote “Defence of Fort M’Henry” on this date in 1814.
Your coffee wants you to have a banner day.
On this date in 1847, Stephen Foster’s song “Oh! Susanna” had its first public performance.
Your coffee wants to wear a banjo on its knee.
Rabbi Jacob Frankel became the first Jewish chaplain in the United States Army on this date in 1862.
Your coffee wants kosher K-rations.
On this date in 1543, nine-month-old Mary Stuart was crowned Queen of Scots.
Your coffee wants a Skye terrier.
3M began marketing Scotch transparent tape on this date in 1930.
Your coffee tries to avoid sticky situations.
On this date in 1953, Nikita Khrushchev was elected First President of the Soviet Union’s Communist Party.
Your coffee wants to go to Disneyland!
George Eastman registered the trademark Kodak on this date in 1888.
Your coffee wants a brownie.
On this date in 301, the nation of San Marino was founded.
Your coffee is most serene.
The United States Department of the Treasury was established on this date in 1789.
Your coffee wants a mint.
On this date in 1998, J.K. Rowling’s novel Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was released in the United States.
Your coffee wants a holly wand with a phoenix-feather core.