What your coffee knew in December 2019.
On this date in 1983, Benjamin Ward became New York City’s first black police commissioner.
Your coffee wants to watch a very special episode of “Black and Blue Bloods.”
Bo Diddley was born on this date in 1928.
Your coffee weighs sixteen tons.
On this date in 1978, Spain became a democracy after forty years of fascist dictatorship.
Your coffee thinks three years of fascism is more than enough for this country.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a Congressional joint resolution establishing Thanksgiving as the fourth Thursday in November on this date in 1941.
Your coffee wants gravy and a reduction in presidential paperwork.
On this date in 1013, Danish invader Sweyn Forkbeard was proclaimed King of England.
Your coffee wants to unpair a Bluetooth device.
The original Ku Klux Klan was founded on this date in 1865.
Your coffee wants to baffle public curiosity.
On this date in 1815, Emma by Jane Austen was published
Your coffee wants to be handsome, clever, and rich.
The world’s first website went live on this date in 1990.
Your coffee wants to mirror it on a Mac mini.
On this date in 1995, the U.S. government restored federal recognition to the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi.
Your coffee wants to cure snakebite.
Kellingley Colliery, the last deep coal mine in Great Britain, was closed on this date in 2015.
Your coffee wants to carry a clinker to Newcastle.
On this date in 1892, the first issue of Vogue was published.
Your coffee wants to attract a débutante sage.
The Second Vatican Council finally revoked the Edict on the Expulsion of Jews from Spain on this date in 1968.
Your coffee wants to see the arc of the moral universe bend toward justice a little faster.
On this date in 1769, Reverend Eleazar Wheelock founded Dartmouth College.
Your coffee wants a miniature ivy.
Harvard professor and dentist Dr. George F. Grant received a patent for the wooden golf tee on this date in 1899.
Your coffee wants a mashie niblick.
On this date in 1964, Che Guevara spoke before the United Nations General Assembly.
Your coffee needs an allen wrench to finish the assembly.
King Edward VIII of England signed the Instrument of Abdication on this date in 1936.
Your coffee wants an a cappella abdication.
On this date in 1996, Gwen Jacob was acquitted of indecency for appearing topless in public in Ontario, Canada.
Your coffee wants a bottomless cup.
The Vanguard Test Vehicle 3 exploded on the launch pad on this date in 1957.
Your coffee wants to lift you higher than 4 feet.
On this date in 1998, James P. Hoffa, son of the union’s former leader, was elected General President of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Your coffee wants to be digitally de-aged by Martin Scorsese.