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Permit me to take a moment to point out what a significant day the 14th of December is. For on this day:

-George Washington died at Mount Vernon (1799)

-Stock car racing was organized (1947)

National Velvet opened (1944)

-Amundsen reached the South Pole (1911)

-USSR expelled from the League of Nations (1939)

AND…

-Our own dear leader RET was born. (Not going there)

Happy birthday, dear sir. And many, many more….

(Please feel free to leave your birthday greeting for RET in the comment section…)

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