Tuesday, April 21, 2009

April 21st

On this day, in 753 BC, the legendary Romulus and Remus founded the eternal city of Rome. In fact, there are huge celebrations for it.
It's also Queen Elizabeth II's birthday. It must be gratifying to live through one's eighties thereby destroying one's useless son's chances at being king.
It is also the birthday of Charlotte Bronte.
It was on this day in 1918 that the infamous "Red Baron" was shot down, but not by Snoopy.
If you lived in Texas, you would celebrate San Jacinto Day.
It is also the birthday of V.P. (you know who you are!). Many happy returns!


Anonymous said...

The entire monarchy is useless, so there is no sense in singling out her son. At least he isn't a mason.

~Your Brother~

Anonymous said...

Ewan McGregor is better suited for a movie adapted from a Charlotte Bronte novel, don't you think?