Infobrew Archives

What your coffee knew in July 2018.

July 31
On this date in 781, the earliest recorded eruption of Mount Fuji took place.
Your coffee wants a roll of Fujifilm Fujicolor Superia X-TRA400.

July 30
The Apollo Lunar Module “Falcon,” carrying the first lunar rover, landed on the Moon on this date in 1971.
Your coffee wants a pintle injector using Aerozine 50 fuel and N2O4 oxidizer.

July 27
On this date in 2016, Donald Trump publicly appealed to Russia to find and release private emails from Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton.
Your covfefe wants to collude.

July 26
U.S. President Truman signed Executive Order 9981, abolishing racial discrimination in the United States Armed Forces, on this date in 1948.
Your coffee wants equality of treatment and opportunity.

July 25
On this date in 1909, French aviator Louis Blériot became the first person to fly a heavier-than-air craft across the English Channel.
Your coffee wants a Type XI monoplane with powerful headlights.

July 24
Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, formerly Tsar Simeon II, was elected Prime Minister of Bulgaria on this date in 2001.
Your coffee wants a second serving.

July 23
On this date in 1972, NASA launched Landsat-1, the first Earth resources satellite.
Your coffee wants to place a satellite call to RCA tech support services.

July 20
After five decades, the United States and Cuba resumed full diplomatic relations on this date in 2015.
Your coffee wants a cigar.

July 19
On this date in 1977, the first Global Position System satellite signal was successfully received on the ground.
Your coffee wants to know where this will end…and would like turn-by-turn directions.

July 18
In the United Kingdom, the Ballot Act established the requirement for secret ballots in local and parliamentary elections on this date in 1872.
Your coffee doesn’t want to know for whom you voted, it just wants you to vote.

July 17
On this date in 1962, the United States conducted its last near-ground atmospheric nuclear test.
Your coffee wants a glowing report.

July 16
New York City-born author Henry James became a British subject on this date in 1915.
Your coffee, after, not to put too fine a point upon it, careful, and, as it were, dispassionate consideration, wants to be heavily subordinated to the Crown.

July 13
On this date in 1972, the owners of the Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams football franchises traded teams.
Your coffee wants to be fair trade and shade grown.

July 12
Henry David Thoreau was born on this date in 1817.
Your coffee wants to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life.

July 11
On this date in 1960, Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird was published in the United States.
Your coffee wants to outperform expectations.

July 10
Erden Eruç began the first solo human-powered circumnavigation of the Earth on this date in 2007.
Your coffee wants a Hitchcock cameo.

July 9
On this date in 1850, Millard Fillmore became the 13th President of the United States.
Your coffee suggests you avoid the raw fruit and iced milk.

July 6
Richard III was crowned King of England on this date in 1483.
Your coffee wants a parking space.

July 5
On this date in 1946, the first bikini bathing suits went on sale.
Your coffee wants extra sunscreen.

July 4
The Mars Pathfinder probe and its robotic rover Sojourner landed on Mars on this date in 1997.
Your coffee wants to be cheaper, faster, and better.

July 3
On this date in 1884, Dow Jones & Company published its first stock average.
Your coffee wants to buy low and sell high.

July 2
Today is the midpoint of the year, with 182 days gone and 182 days to go.
Your coffee wants to wish you all a Happy Mid-Year!!